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skiathospurs

skiathospurs

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That's the thing that is being unfairly overlooked here. Sissoko seems to be trying his guts out. It's not his fault that we paid stupid money for him.

But he does need to be moved on because he isn't very good.
he is just so devoid of confidence,TBF Bale had a patch the same so its not like amazing things couldnt happen and I agree he does put the effort in just in my eyes when going in for 50/50 balls, or in the air he looks such a pussy especially when compared to the tiny moura who goes in full gusto.
 
Glenjamin

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he is just so devoid of confidence,TBF Bale had a patch the same so its not like amazing things couldnt happen and I agree he does put the effort in just in my eyes when going in for 50/50 balls, or in the air he looks such a pussy especially when compared to the tiny moura who goes in full gusto.
The problem with Sissoko is he just doesn't fit. He can't shoot and his football brain isn't quick enough for the assist in tight spaces like Eriksen or Alli. This doesn't suit our high line style when deployed advanced/wide. Then as you said already he isn't exactly tough in a challenge for midfield and his passing is slow and backwards.

He is an energetic big fella and actually might be handy for a counter attack in a lower team as he is pretty fast when he gets moving, but ultimately for a fast paced passing team he is useless unfortunately..

Think I've been pretty nice there since I've never swore at a player more often throughout a season through the TV.
 
Liam

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That's the thing that is being unfairly overlooked here. Sissoko seems to be trying his guts out. It's not his fault that we paid stupid money for him.

But he does need to be moved on because he isn't very good.
This is bob on in my opinion. He's shit, we all know that, but it isn't for lack of effort.
 
Yid

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This is bob on in my opinion. He's shit, we all know that, but it isn't for lack of effort.
See it can't be just this..... because as a yido, we fucking love a player who tries hard as fuck and leaves it all on the pitch. Someone who doesn't have raw ability but pure commitment fits with us imo.

And I think that's the difference. He puts a lot of effort in but it doesn't quite seem like he lay his arse on the line to win a throw in for us.
 
Glenjamin

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See it can't be just this..... because as a yido, we fucking love a player who tries hard as fuck and leaves it all on the pitch. Someone who doesn't have raw ability but pure commitment fits with us imo.

And I think that's the difference. He puts a lot of effort in but it doesn't quite seem like he lay his arse on the line to win a throw in for us.
Haha I get exactly what you mean. I loved Bobby soldaldo and cheered on Janssen etc but not Sissoko. Reason being I think is I knew he was a turnip before we signed him so he started on a pretty low rung of the ladder in my like-o-meter.
 
Yid

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Theres been loads over the years... Crouchy... worked hard and did well for us but was ultimately a one trick pony... Scotty P... ran like fuck, round in small circles. Willy P... worked like fuck and I loved him. Zamora... ran like fuck, and did next to nothing but we all loved the little cunt.
 
The Cryptkeeper

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See it can't be just this..... because as a yido, we fucking love a player who tries hard as fuck and leaves it all on the pitch. Someone who doesn't have raw ability but pure commitment fits with us imo.

And I think that's the difference. He puts a lot of effort in but it doesn't quite seem like he lay his arse on the line to win a throw in for us.
Does this come from the fact that we finally have a proper team and we no longer accept mediocrity, no matter how well intentioned?

A few years ago we would have loved Sissoko as there wasn't quite as much at stake.
 
Yid

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Does this come from the fact that we finally have a proper team and we no longer accept mediocrity, no matter how well intentioned?

A few years ago we would have loved Sissoko as there wasn't quite as much at stake.
I see what you mean but don't 100% agree... I personally always loved a player at any level that lays his bollox on the line. It seems a good fit when becoming a yid as we've had a decent few of em over the years.
 
J.spurs

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He is an energetic big fella and actually might be handy for a counter attack in a lower team as he is pretty fast when he gets moving, but ultimately for a fast paced passing team he is useless unfortunately..
Like, for example, Newcastle. I think Cryptkeeper is on to something, we've had some bad players, but I don't recall anyone bar maybe Gilberto that looked so much worse than anyone in the squad. He just really stands out. And must've played in upwards of 30 PL games last season.
 
Glenjamin

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Like, for example, Newcastle. I think Cryptkeeper is on to something, we've had some bad players, but I don't recall anyone bar maybe Gilberto that looked so much worse than anyone in the squad. He just really stands out. And must've played in upwards of 30 PL games last season.
I was grasping at straws.....
 
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He was our most capped outfield player last season iirc... maybe not in minutes played but he physically appeared the most games. Scary.

For the record I was talking to Newcastle fans at work the other day and they laughed, said he was always terrible and they laugh at the fact they got £30m for him, and in absolutely no circumstances would ever take him back.
 
skiathospurs

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centre-back Jan Vertonghen has suffered a hamstring tear and will be out injured for at least four weeks
 
skiathospurs

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centre-back Jan Vertonghen has suffered a hamstring tear and will be out injured for at least four weeks
Roberto Martinez says Jan Vertonghen will be out up to November and onwards?


We’ll see because it was not a good injury. I think Jesus can explain properly in English. Of course we’re so disappointed with that but we’ll see if it’s six weeks or less.


Perez: Jan, since he arrived from the World Cup, played all the matches. So we planned last week with Harry Kane, Tripps, Danny Rose to have no competition during the week and prepare with specialist training sessions so he had an unbelievable week. But unfortunately during the game, I think it was 15 minutes into the game, he got a knock in his hamstring with the big striker Depoitre and he was unbalanced and stretched his leg, and in that action he injured the hamstring and then carried on playing for almost half an hour because he thought it was just a kocn. Now we had one scan with him and another scan on Monday to know exactly how severe the injury is at the moment. It could take a while because it’s not a normal injury, like striking the ball or sprinting. It was in a stretch and that kind of injury needs to be assessed properly.


What grade tear is it?


Perez: All the grades have changed and this is why the second scan after almost a week, to have a clear of the image is needed before knowing the timeframe of that kind of injury.
 
Don Diaz

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It’s why we added to depth of the squad over the summer, rather than ripping out poorly manufactured seats at the new stadium.....oh wait.
 
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Tottenham have been alerted to Christian Eriksen's abdominal problem and Denmark coach Age Hareide has said there are fears the issue could become "chronic."

The Spurs midfielder has missed his club's last four matches and is also set to be absent when Denmark visit the Republic of Ireland for Saturday's UEFA Nations League clash.
"Christian has an issue with an abdominal muscle, and Tottenham have tried to say it's a long-term problem," Hareide told Denmark's Canal 9. "It's doubtful that we can bring him to Dublin and get him to play. I don't think Tottenham are very interested in that.

"It's been long-term since he missed the game against Barcelona and [was] out again against Cardiff. It's been over a week and I know he's known about this problem for a while. Such an injury can become chronic, and I think that's what Tottenham are fearing as well.

"Hopefully that won't happen with Christian. We have two important games in November as well. We will take a look at him, but I don't think we will see Christian in Dublin."
 
skiathospurs

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That is frankly a terrifying piece of news
apparently its a bit lost in translation,christian has an abdominal injury which could become chronic if he doesnt get rest&treatment,its not at that stage.Meaning he is unavailable for denmark this week,guess we wont hear news until pochs next presser before west ham next week.
 
skiathospurs

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Christian Eriksen's agent has rubbished reports the Tottenham playmaker has a chronic stomach injury.


The Denmark midfielder has missed the last four Spurs games with an abdominal problem suffered in the 2-1 win at Brighton and on Monday his national boss, Age Hareide, said: “Such an injury can be chronic and it is true that Tottenham also fears that.”


But Eriksen’s agent, Martin Schoots, told Standard Sport that Hareide’s comments had been lost in translation: “Some international media have translated Hareide’s words badly.



“Christian has no chronic injuries — nobody has said that. He just has an injury related to some fatigue and, for that reason, he is having some rest. That is normal because otherwise it would not heal.


“Somebody has not translated well. Christian is doing everything to be back as soon as possible.”
 
BrooklynYid

BrooklynYid

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All Spurs players should be banned from playing with their national teams for the rest of the year, or unless they're for a qualifier. Shit is getting ridiculous. Nations Cup can eat a dick.
 
skiathospurs

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Aurier is in the ivory coast squad and training so looks like he is back.

One down four to go.........

Also Foyth is with the argentina senior squad
 
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skiathospurs

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Roberto Martinez says Jan Vertonghen will be out up to November and onwards?


We’ll see because it was not a good injury. I think Jesus can explain properly in English. Of course we’re so disappointed with that but we’ll see if it’s six weeks or less.


Perez: Jan, since he arrived from the World Cup, played all the matches. So we planned last week with Harry Kane, Tripps, Danny Rose to have no competition during the week and prepare with specialist training sessions so he had an unbelievable week. But unfortunately during the game, I think it was 15 minutes into the game, he got a knock in his hamstring with the big striker Depoitre and he was unbalanced and stretched his leg, and in that action he injured the hamstring and then carried on playing for almost half an hour because he thought it was just a kocn. Now we had one scan with him and another scan on Monday to know exactly how severe the injury is at the moment. It could take a while because it’s not a normal injury, like striking the ball or sprinting. It was in a stretch and that kind of injury needs to be assessed properly.


What grade tear is it?


Perez: All the grades have changed and this is why the second scan after almost a week, to have a clear of the image is needed before knowing the timeframe of that kind of injury.
start training december??:oops:

11 October 2018|Tottenham Hotspur


Jan Vertonghen sustained a hamstring injury against Hudderfield Town on 29 September, which has been monitored closely over the past 12 days.
Further investigation has shown a good initial response to rehabilitation.
The Belgium international defender will now continue his recovery with a view to returning to full training by December.
 
BrooklynYid

BrooklynYid

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I'm sure if Harry, Dele, Eric and Kieran really think about it, they are likely injured as well. Right boys? Time to employ some Fergie tactics.
 
J.spurs

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Vertonghen out till prob January then. FFS. Time for Foyth to step up, at least in some competitions, if he's healthy.
 
Yid

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Nah dont need new players.....!!! What do we need squad depth for......

Decision looks fucking mental from where I'm sitting now.
 
skiathospurs

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wanyama scored for kenya and unconfirmed reports on twatter he went off injured.Marvellous,well I keep saying Skipp will be the man!!
 
Liam

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wanyama scored for kenya and unconfirmed reports on twatter he went off injured.Marvellous,well I keep saying Skipp will be the man!!
Last thing we need us another injury whilst players are on international duty.
 
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