Player in Training.
I hope we drop the dead donkey that is 343. Bissouma Hojberg and Danjuma to start in a 352 or variant thereof.
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My end of season message to Levy:Levy's end of season message ...
This has been an immensely difficult season. We made footballing decisions over recent seasons based on ambition and a desire to bring success to our Club and they have not delivered what we had hoped. Your frustration has been understandable and all of us at the Club have shared it.
We have undertaken a thorough and rigorous review of our footballing operations. Scott Munn joins us in the summer as our new Chief Football Officer and we look forward to sharing further news with you post-season.
Today, we need to focus on finishing the season as strongly as we can and get behind Ryan Mason and Vicky Jepson and their respective teams. I want to specifically thank Ryan. Not for the first time, Ryan, who has been with us since the age of seven, who has Spurs in his blood, has taken the reins and led the team, supported by Matt Wells, Nigel Gibbs, Perry Suckling and Gianni Vio, through these last few fixtures.
Thanks also to Vicky, supported by Anton Blackwood and Ryan Hudson, who has led the Women’s team for the latter part of the season. Our Women’s team will take on Reading in an historic double-header today.
This was the season when Harry Kane made Club history, breaking Jimmy Greaves’ long-standing record and becoming the Club’s all-time leading goalscorer with number 267 in our game against Manchester City. He then went on to become England’s leading goalscorer. Congratulations Harry. These are amazing achievements with no doubt more to come, made even more special by the fact that Harry is a graduate of our Academy.
And, in regards to the Academy this season, I also want to congratulate our Under-17s and Under-18s who won their respective League Cups with their coaches Stuart Lewis and Bradley Allen. It speaks volumes about our player development at this level. They will take to the field at half-time to enjoy a lap of honour.
Today we say a fond farewell to Lucas Moura. Lucas - we wish you well – you will forever have a place in our history for your remarkable hat-trick against Ajax which took us into the Champions League Final in 2019.
I should like to thank everyone at the Club – all our staff, across all our locations, and our players – for their dedication and hard work during what has been a busy and often challenging season.
The Men’s and Women’s players will take to the pitch after their matches to show their appreciation for your support - and I thank you too. We shall spend the period ahead of next season working relentlessly to position our Club for on-pitch success and football you will love to come and watch. Every element of the Club’s operations is geared toward delivering that.
I wish all of you and your families good health and a wonderful summer.
He's definitely fallen off the pace. To me it looks like a classic case of the opposition figuring a player out over his time in the league.What’s the deal with Kulu? I’m really not sold on that guy if we are gonna spunk £35 mill on him, I maybe in the minority but I think he’s a bit average.
Couldn’t agree more mate. He doesn’t have much pace, so struggles to beat a semi quick LB on the outside, so tends to cut back inside, then invariably over hits crosses. £35 mill is way too much for him.He's definitely fallen off the pace. To me it looks like a classic case of the opposition figuring a player out over his time in the league.
When he's matched up against a fullback that he can boss physically, he can carry a threat, but that was very much not the case against Brentford.
Cheers fella.Spurs have become consistent & reliable.
I have learned not to waste my time over them.
Literally got some much needed sleep & didn't lose any worrying about Spurs.
It's a much healthier lifestyle lol.
@Chavhater01 glad you had a chance to see the stadium.
A shame that it wasn't a better outcome for you.
I wouldn’t call him abused. He is a quite well-paid young man after all. I very much hope he decides to see out his career with the club. I think there is a good chance he will (or at least that he’ll see out his contract.)If this isn't Kane's last home game in our shirt then he's a legit masochist. He's in an abusive relationship and needs to call the authorities. He's still hoping we'll change. We won't. What Part of "Levy is a cunt" does he not get? Make like Luca and be free! We'll miss you.
I wouldn’t call him abused. He is a quite well-paid young man after all. I very much hope he decides to see out his career with the club. I think there is a good chance he will (or at least that he’ll see out his contract.)