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Sunday, 15 December 2013

Tottenham Hotspur desperately seeking Arsene Wenger

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. West Ham fans thought it was all down to Alliardichi's tactics when West Ham rocked up at White Hart Lane and trounced the Baleless Spurs 3-0. But nothing could be further from the truth. Norwich, Sunderland and Stoke City have proved that the present West Ham team is shite. No, it takes Villas Boas to make the Hammers look like World beaters!

So is anybody really surprised that Liverpool slayed this gutless Spurs team today? The truth of the matter is that AVB is out of his depth in the Prem - just like Oneday Ramos, Christian Gross, Jol and Santini. The only manager who has come close to realising Tottenham's potential in recent years is 'Arry Redknapp and he wasn't intellectual enough for the erudite Tottenham fraternity.

4-4-2? Wingers? Big man, small man up top? Honest hard tackling midfielders? English players? All so passé! What's the point of winning games if you have to win them in such a crude, unsophisticated fashion?

So even as we speak, Levy will be looking for his next managerial Messiah. As Judas Redknapp guides QPR back to the Prem, AVB has been dismantling the team 'Arry left behind whilst building a complete shambles.

How much did he blow in the summer and what have Spurs got to show for it? Progress in the Capital One Fan Cup and the Your Ropey League! It's hilarious, so funny that even in this most miserable of seasons, I will be looking forward to watching MOTD tonight.

So who will be the next Spurs manager? George Graham is still alive isn't he? How about Glenn Hoddle? What about Avram Grant? Well he is Jewish! Jol's out of work, of course.  But no, Levy will look abroad, desperately seeking his very own Arsene Wenger. But who ever is appointed, one thing's for certain, Tottenham are destined to remain in Arsenal's shadow for a good few years yet!



13 comments:

  1. Go f your sell

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  2. Go fuck yourself.

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  3. Reasonably erudite for a west ham fan, but what ever manager we pick to replace AVB, and you are right its gonna happen, west ham will be watching from the safety of the championship next season. And you can look forward to the highlights with less trepidation than the big bad prem where you evidently aren't comfortable. BTW be sure to watch Wednesday, why not even make a bet that you can repeat your 3-0 triumph...? sucker

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  4. hate to agree,but your not wrong

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  5. I agree...Fabio Capello at the game...the next replacement?
    I hope not, just like for like another under achieving manager that no true spurs fan would want at the club.
    This side lack teamwork, passion and desire at least Mr Bale was 100% comitted for 90mins and the rest of the team fed off that, now no identify. .yes, true.
    The squad and the new signings were in my opinion too much and unbalanced our playing style and although clearly we have good players its a diluted and toothless end product. AVB has to go before we slip futhur into scrappy relegation battles, beating below average teams in the Europa league and its glory means nothing!

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    1. Fully agree with your views here. There's no game plan, cohesion, commitment & desire to play hard for 90 mins from any of the players yesterday, apart from poor Lloris, who despite having not one of his best games, was let down by his other team members. At this rate, I can certainly see some of the good players requesting a transfer request to get out of AVB's poor selection of team, that has been happening quite frequently.

      Its time to get an experienced Premier League manager who knows how to field the best & strongest unit against other teams, and knows how to blend the talent available within the current Spurs team.

      Hoping that the Spurs players realize that soccer is a team effort rather than an individual game, where some are trying to impress the national coaches to be selected for next year's World Cup.

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  6. I agree...Fabio Capello at the game...the next replacement?
    I hope not, just like for like another under achieving manager that no true spurs fan would want at the club.
    This side lack teamwork, passion and desire at least Mr Bale was 100% comitted for 90mins and the rest of the team fed off that, now no identify. .yes, true.
    The squad and the new signings were in my opinion too much and unbalanced our playing style and although clearly we have good players its a diluted and toothless end product. AVB has to go before we slip futhur into scrappy relegation battles, beating below average teams in the Europa league and its glory means nothing!

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  7. Wednesday will be a battle of who will get the sack first my money is on Fred Flintstone famous for the 4-6-0 formation

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  8. whoever the author is, his article speaks volumes of truth. I have supported AVB since day one, but enough is enough, the man has to go. He will not resign he loses to much money. The players cannot openly criticise him otherwise they are themselves out on the side lines, so Levy has to make a decision. Sad but painfully true, farewell AVB the league has sussed out your tactics, its much to tough for you now.

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  9. Not very nice...

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  10. your shit and you and Levy know you are

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