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Sneeky

Sneeky

VARNA SANKARA
@uired and @Jason Forde
Fit into the higher scale of BOAC as future up and coming CC’s…
If the board allows, I propose “FUCC UP’s” to be considered in the new world order.
 
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ClemFandango

ClemFandango

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As a side bar to this Nuno thread, I have developed a helpfull list that will enable users to easily distinguish between the levels of cunt we all are apportioning to individuals...

Courtesy of @Dorset, we have the lowest level of cunt, Not A Cunt [NAC].

This is the current status of Mr Santa Clause him self, the THFC manager, Nuno Espirito De Santos... othe notable NAC's would be Bradley Walsh, Ant or Dec... (not sure which one became a bit of a cunt by getting shitfaced and driving into people),Ghandi, Mother Theresa and Philip Schofield.

The next category I'd like to propose is Bit Of A Cunt [BOAC].

This is where the majority of individuals will sit... its very much a transient level and you can side up up down the "cuntometer" whilst remaining a Bit Of A Cunt. Good examples of a BOAC could be me, Gareth Bale, the entire Philimonic Orchestra (juts a bit cunty isn't it),Sir Elton John or basically anyone you could think of. The way I see it is we're all (apart from the aforementioned ordained above) cunts, but we are able to tolerate and even like some cunts more than others.

The top level of cunt reserved for the most heinous level of "cuntishness" is the Cock-Cunt [CC].

CC's are easy to Spot. They're usually called Jose Mourinho, Sol Campbell, Donald Trump, Adolf Hitler, whomever decided to call a Marathon Bar a Snickers Bar and Jamie O'Hara's mum for simply not aborting that foetus.

It's considered quite a feat to achieve CC status and once achieved, there is absolutely no way of redeeming yourself. You will forever be a CC.

CC's are a special breed and their ability to continue with their "cuntosity" in the face of pleas for a cessation, verbal abuse, threats of violence or even a distinct lack of any tangible audience, would in any other discipline be applauded. They are and always will be CC's

There is of course a minor sub category that is coined to describe adolescent cunts. The CUNTLING [CNTLNG] is effectively a young cunt in training. Think Justin Beiber (early years, he has now developed into a solid BOAC),that Chav families kid from down the street (if you can't think of one it's your kid and you're the chav family) or Norman from Fireman Sam (That Little Cuntling should have been left to perish numerous times, he cost the Ponty-Pandy taxpayers hundreds of thousands with his cuntosity).

To summarise:

Not A Cunt - NAC
Bit Of A Cunt - BOAC
Cock-Cunt - CC
Cuntling - CNTLNG

Hope this helps.
I'd like to give this the ..

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Dorset

Dorset

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He is still NAC, but Nuno has gone into second favourite position just above Steve Bruce to be the next manager to be sacked in the Premier League.
 
Dorset

Dorset

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He is still NAC, but Nuno has gone into second favourite position just above Steve Bruce to be the next manager to be sacked in the Premier League.
A week ago you could have snapped up tasty odds of 33/1 on Nuno being next for the chop, today you'd be lucky to get 7/2.
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

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It does make you wonder what the line in the sand actually is at the moment.

If we lose 2 or 3 more, that's arguably going to mean that European Qualification through the league will be gone already.
 
Dorset

Dorset

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"I think the Tottenham players loved Mauricio Pochettino. I think he was innovative, he was front foot, proactive, they loved him. Those players look to me as if they want a high-pressing, Pochettino-style coach who plays out from the back rather than one that sits back and plays on the counter-attack."
Well, that's a pickle eh? The players don't want to play how the coach wants them to. Who goes, all the players or the coach? It's not just the players who want Poch style football, I do to and there are probably a few more of us. I can't see Nuno lasting very long, it was really unfair of Levy to hire him and probably a bit naive of Nuno to take the job - still I expect he'll earn a nice quid or two and the eternal search for a manager who is not a manger but a coach - will go on and on and on and on......
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

Player in Training.
The "leaks" are starting to slowly make their way out now that Nuno is already in danger of the sack.

I know a lot of them are just journos writing speculative articles in the hope they get a scoop, but I don't think I'd be hugely shocked if he didn't make it to Christmas.
 
Yid

Yid

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Looks like Nuno may fulfill his ultimate destiny much sooner than he or anyone else actually expected... especially the man who employed him to be the first buffer that protects his arse from questions when we and the footballing world inevitably ask questions.

Let's face it, he was the last man standing when we were trying to recruit a manager... He was all there was left. No one else was willing to work with the club, the players and the reason for that is Levy.

So who realistically is going to take the job next...? After they have seen just how weak the summer investments were in strengthening the squad, just how much the players are not capable of performing at the sharp end of this league, just how toxic the dressing room is, just how much the board are in it for profits and not plaudits...

There is no one left...

Patrici was the secondary buffer. He will cop the blame for not recruiting the right players. He will be next if things don't improve. He will obviously get the winter transfer window before he becomes the next buffer to fulfil his destiny...

Like others have said... apathy is my main feeling to it all. We've seen this coming a mile off. It was inevitable...
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

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And the deranged pipsqueak will still insist that the manager's job is one of the most desirable in world football.
 
Havocc

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It’s funny how Fonseca confirmed he was planning for pre-season at Spurs before Paratici convinced Levy we needed a more defensive minded coach. this goes against Levy’s end of season statement

but levy‘s a cunt right…..
 
Style And Glory

Style And Glory

Player in Training.
Nuno seems like a nice guy but definitely not the right fit for Spurs. If it was down to Paratici ditching Fonseca & hiring Nuno, he simply doesn't understand our "DNA". It's like that scene from "The Fly". Fonseca goes into the transporter yet unbeknownst to all, there are remains of Mourinho within. Surprisingly Nuno comes out the other side. Now neither offense or defense is working.

I'm really curious to see what's happening behind the scenes b/c I was commending Paratici for his recent recruitment. He managed to sign the best CB in Serie A; a young & lively winger within the Spain set up; Barca's top RB; & a rising MF star from France. Yet not one of them started yesterday.

As for Kane, it seems quite apparent that he doesn't want to be here. It makes for a good argument to sell for as much as you can when a player wants to leave. We could have done quite well with 120m-130m to rebuild the side. Yes it wasn't the 160m-200m that Levy reportedly wanted but in such a depressed market with plenty of financially troubled clubs with quality players desperate for cash that 120m would have gone quite far. I don't believe his market value will be any higher than it was this past summer.

What is shocking but fortunate for us was Son signing a new deal amidst this sh!t show. Surely he was drugged prior to signing.
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

Player in Training.
They're coming thick and fast now. Although take them with a big pinch of salt I suppose since the source is a Sun "journalist".


 
Dave

Dave

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Give Arry a ring Levy. Get him in till the end of the season and give the club a lift for Fuck sake. This is going nowhere.....You're ruining the club you absolute dick. And bring half the squad with you too.
 
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ClemFandango

ClemFandango

Player in Training.
His press conference was quite telling when he was asked what type of football he wanted to play and he said “We’ve been told”.
 
Yid

Yid

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His press conference was quite telling when he was asked what type of football he wanted to play and he said “We’ve been told”.
If that's the case then he is not the man I thought he was...

I thought he was tough and had integrity...

If he is just another stooge and is happy to be played like a fucking flute... then my "Well of fucks" for him, "wileth have run dryeth".

Time will tell.
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

Player in Training.
Did he really say that? That's incredible.
This is the full quote. I’m on my mobile so I didn’t quite get it completely initially

Have you heard about the Tottenham DNA, the Tottenham Way and does it fit with your way?

I have been told and everybody knows. It’s football. Everybody wants to play good, everybody wants to play offensive, everybody wants to score. This is what we chase. Sometimes it’s not possible but we’re aware that this is what we want to do. But it takes a building process to achieve it. And we’re trying.
 
J.spurs

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This is the full quote. I’m on my mobile so I didn’t quite get it completely initially
Full quote makes a bit more sense I guess. But it really doesn't seem that the players have any idea of how they're meant to be playing.
 
Dorset

Dorset

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Full quote makes a bit more sense I guess. But it really doesn't seem that the players have any idea of how they're meant to be playing.
I read it that they know how they want to play - but it ain't the way Nuno wants them to play, so they compromise and don't bother with either system.
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

Player in Training.
If you're banging on about the "DNA" of the club being open, attacking football then why do you hire a manager known for being pragmatic and defensive and subsequently expect him to implement open, attacking football ?
 
BrooklynYid

BrooklynYid

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In Nuno's defense, the only area where we are well suited to playing open football is up top. Son, Kane, Moura, are built for it. Unfortunately, our midfield and defense are built for holding on for dear life. Neither are good enough for an open, free flowing attack. I think Nunno is complete the wrong guy for the job, but he has a management that doesn't want him to play his system, and players that don't want his system or want to run or tackle. Not sure what exactly a manager does about that.
 
Don Diaz

Don Diaz

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I think in the Villa game where they 'Targetted' Emerson - see what I did there.....and Romero, we did pretty well, at least in the first half. There's promise for the future especially when Mr Royal learns to cross the ball as well. Throw Tanganga into the mix - I think he's excellent, and we have a bit of a defence starting to emerge. Dier for all his failings is at least a leader and Lloris is making a few saves at the moment. If Sanchez ever improves and buy another one as back up we'll be ok.

Definite top 8 finish this year :p
 
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