Tottenham Hotspur @SpursOfficial 1 minute ago
#THFC: Lloris (C), Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Dembele, Eriksen, Son, Kane.
Aurier for Trippier. I can live with that.
The word ‘Yid’ was adopted over 30 years ago by Spurs fans to combat racist abuse aimed towards them at football by opposing fans.
“It developed into a strong identity status that brought Jewish and non-Jewish Spurs fans together in an incredible show of unity that is admired worldwide. That is what fighting racism within football should be about.”
Its usage will die out eventually but as long as it's being directed at the Spurs faithful as a slur they will continue to own it.
Sep 22, 2017 -- 7:30PM, ufcdan wrote:
At 60+ years of age you're way to old to be an internet troll. sofaking you're never to pick up a new skill, I'm still down with the kids as for being semi-literate not much hope for improvement there
Ok, if it helps keep dementia and Alzheimers at bay then I'm ok with you being a troll here.
Sep 26, 2017 -- 4:32PM, Mealiff wrote:
imho lacking serious cutting edge tonight in Cyprus .No flair or creativity with Eriksen ,Ali & Dembele out at 1.43 looks a reasonable lay ... draw
Laying Spurs away from home is a quick way to the poorhouse. Lay them at Wembley all you like though.
Real Madrid are preparing a 200m euro (£177m) bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane. The Spanish and European champions are not put off by the huge asking price for the 24-year-old. (Don Balon - in Spanish) - 4 October
If they want him, they'll get him (Bale's on £350,000 per week after tax so there's no competing with their wage structure) but Neymar sold for €222 million so Levy needs to hold out for at least €225 million for Kane.
Oct 4, 2017 -- 8:59PM, bigH wrote:
what happened to all the posts since mid September??
Nothing. They're all there.
Janssen: I left Tottenham to win trophies.
Fenerbahce striker Vincent Janssen has revealed the main reason he left Tottenham was to win trophies.
The Dutchman joined Spurs for £17million from AZ Alkmaar in July 2016 but only managed two Premier League goals last season and six in all competitions.
With playing time looking increasingly limited, Janssen decided to join Fenerbahce on a season-long loan deal over the summer transfer window.
The striker has already scored two goals in his first two starts for the Turkish side, including one in a derby day victory over arch-rivals Besiktas.
A signing ceremony was held at the Sukru Saracoglu stadium on Friday and Janssen revealed his reasons for moving to Fenerbahce.
“I left Tottenham to win trophies here, that is my main drive,” Janssen told reporters.
“I have never won a trophy in my career so that is my goal.
“I really want to win a trophy here, the whole team is driven for success.”
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