Spurs miss the target as Baldini and Levy bury heads in the stands

Discussion in 'Tottenham forum' started by Mattj78, January 25, 2015.

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  1. Felon82 Well-Known Member

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    Still a rip off
     
  2. Tony Guest

    Those two are so slow they couldn't catch a cold. Baldini is a complete waste of time and money and Daniel Levy is as tight as a ducks arse. Two bob nobody's that's who Spurs will sign.
     
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  3. burnt Guest

    If only the bleedin team were as good at reaching their targets .. We,d have nothing to chirp about ... lol
     
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  4. Bazza Guest

    here's a list of some of the two bob nobody's Spurs have signed lately.
    1. Carrick
    2. Berbatov
    3. Modric
    4. Vdv
    5. Erikson
    Did I miss anyone?

    It's not what you pay its how they progress and how they fit in the team. For example it's quite possible for a player to take a massive wage not perform well and completely **** up the squads team mentality. As it's just as possible for a academy player to come through the ranks and outclass a £17 million player. (We have both)

    You could say it a million times and some fans will never see it. Staying in touch with the mega spenders while turning over £100million less is a massive achievement in itself, averaging 5th when there are 5 clubs in the mega spending bracket is incredible. Winning the league when there are 5 teams trying to buy it is damm near impossible.

    Levy's achievements are massively under rated.
     
  5. Ad Rich Guest

    Bazza has explained this perfectly Matt.

    "You could say it a million times and some fans will never see it. Staying in touch with the mega spenders while turning over £100million less is a massive achievement in itself, averaging 5th when there are 5 clubs in the mega spending bracket is incredible. Winning the league when there are 5 teams trying to buy it is damm near impossible."

    We will never know exactly what happened behind the scenes between board and manager.

    But to me it's quite clear how difficult it is in the modern premier league for both manager and chairman to keep the club in the top 5 when 5 other teams have the huge advantage of bigger stadiums and budgets.

    The next manager who is strong enough to handle the dressing room and has the ability to compete on a lower budget will stay for a long time. Keep the faith and get behind Poch - he could be that guy. COYS
     

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