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PostPosted: Mon Jun 03, 2019 1:57 pm 
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Guys how far. How are you coping? Although I do not know how it feels to lose a final, because I am a winner, but I was informed that it can be very very tough and sometimes, it could take close to a week to recover. And even after that, there will always be a reminder of "what could have been." Take it easy, guys. IAG, if you can, please send for Cristao and let him spend time with guys this week... eh.. e jo! eh?!

Oga Danfo you are right,i am just recovery now as your curse is deep into North London.But respect to Spurs they hold their own ,so why did you choose to curse both north London club and allow Klopp win it?Thanks for hand Liverpool the victory as it really mark a wonderful season for them.I hope you will not be lifting the curse you put on Pep in CL


No be me curse spurs o! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Na divine curse dem get!

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:01 pm 
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that pajimoh is a loser, bobo is celebrating getting to the CL finals and losing:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

I think UEFA for just start a new competition for two useless losers just for this season

UCL loser vs Europa loser

winner will get auto qualification to emirates cup

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Very anticlimactic ending for the Prince of Serendip. There are moments when the head must hold hegemony and the heart, bow in subservience. In starting Harry Kane, Pochettino showed himself to be more Jimminy Cricket than Geppetto. The Roy of the Rovers script had already been read, in Lucas Moura, a round prior, Spurs had played their Clark Kent turned Superman card. The final called for deep thought not sentimental feeling. To squander a Champions League final berth in such fashion was a shame for football in all its entirety. In the minutes leading up to team selection, Pochettino, MP, showed himself to be just that, a back bencher in Parliament, far from the running for Downing Street.


Starting Kane was the safe call to make but as they say, fortune favors the brave. Moura should’ve started on merit while banking on Kane’s leadership and influence to raise spirits and ginger his team for the final push in the last 25 to 30 minutes of the game. Pooch was afraid of the backlash had Spurs lost without starting Kane. To be successful at the next level, he’s got to overcome his fear of handling big personalities on the team.

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Very anticlimactic ending for the Prince of Serendip. There are moments when the head must hold hegemony and the heart, bow in subservience. In starting Harry Kane, Pochettino showed himself to be more Jimminy Cricket than Geppetto. The Roy of the Rovers script had already been read, in Lucas Moura, a round prior, Spurs had played their Clark Kent turned Superman card. The final called for deep thought not sentimental feeling. To squander a Champions League final berth in such fashion was a shame for football in all its entirety. In the minutes leading up to team selection, Pochettino, MP, showed himself to be just that, a back bencher in Parliament, far from the running for Downing Street.


Starting Kane was the safe call to make but as they say, fortune favors the brave. Moura should’ve started on merit while banking on Kane’s leadership and influence to raise spirits and ginger his team for the final push in the last 25 to 30 minutes of the game. Pooch was afraid of the backlash had Spurs lost without starting Kane. To be successful at the next level, he’s got to overcome his fear of handling big personalities on the team.


It was a terrible call bro, and a cup out! I can understand that some people will say "well, if Kane had scored, you'd have said something different." No, I wouldnt.

1. Moura was in form, while Kane was not in form--hasnt been in form since December 2018, I believe.

2. Moura is fit, Kane is not match fit and didnt run like someone who is physically fit.

3. bringing Kane in would have been more effective than bringing Llorente in.

4. Bringing Kane into the game as a substitute would have been a motivation to Kane. He'd have come in prepared to perform with that mindset. Alternatively, bringing Moura in, would not be at the same motivation as Kane. It will be bringing a player who is disappointed at not starting when he feels he deserves to start.

It was a bad decision.

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danfo driver wrote:
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Very anticlimactic ending for the Prince of Serendip. There are moments when the head must hold hegemony and the heart, bow in subservience. In starting Harry Kane, Pochettino showed himself to be more Jimminy Cricket than Geppetto. The Roy of the Rovers script had already been read, in Lucas Moura, a round prior, Spurs had played their Clark Kent turned Superman card. The final called for deep thought not sentimental feeling. To squander a Champions League final berth in such fashion was a shame for football in all its entirety. In the minutes leading up to team selection, Pochettino, MP, showed himself to be just that, a back bencher in Parliament, far from the running for Downing Street.


Starting Kane was the safe call to make but as they say, fortune favors the brave. Moura should’ve started on merit while banking on Kane’s leadership and influence to raise spirits and ginger his team for the final push in the last 25 to 30 minutes of the game. Pooch was afraid of the backlash had Spurs lost without starting Kane. To be successful at the next level, he’s got to overcome his fear of handling big personalities on the team.


It was a terrible call bro, and a cup out! I can understand that some people will say "well, if Kane had scored, you'd have said something different." No, I wouldnt.

1. Moura was in form, while Kane was not in form--hasnt been in form since December 2018, I believe.

2. Moura is fit, Kane is not match fit and didnt run like someone who is physically fit.

3. bringing Kane in would have been more effective than bringing Llorente in.

4. Bringing Kane into the game as a substitute would have been a motivation to Kane. He'd have come in prepared to perform with that mindset. Alternatively, bringing Moura in, would not be at the same motivation as Kane. It will be bringing a player who is disappointed at not starting when he feels he deserves to start.

It was a bad decision.


Agreed. Pooch will regret that decision for a while. He bottled that decision but I feel it's partly a function of the club he was coaching. For instance, had he been coaching ManU or City for instance and Kane was in the same situation, he'd have been less 'afraid' to list him as a sub in such an important game because there are other big personalities in the locker room. At Spurs, Kane's influence overshadows almost the entire club. Spurs fans might disagree but na how I see am.

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RIP Justin Edinburgh. A true legend in the 1990s.


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RIP Justin Edinburgh. A true legend in the 1990s.

Just read it. :shock: RIP.

He suffered CA after the CL final

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RIP Justin. Died young.

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RIP Justin Edinburgh. Really sad to lose such an influential player and manager in the prime of his life. May his soul rest in peace and God give his family left behind the courage to carry on.

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dd, in my pre-CL Final match report I called for the inclusion of Kane as he was the inspirational leader in the locker room and the team's talisman. I don't recall reading your opposition view on it.

The fact is it is hard to drop players of Kane's caliber in such a high profile match when they are fit to play. You don't drop Ronaldo nor Messi when they can play because they are often the difference maker. Even Pep made that call sometime ago when he rushed Kompany back into the defense against us after a long injury layoff. We ended up winning the match but Pep wasn't criticized over the decision as he was the one player they knew who could marshal the defense properly despite his lack of match fitness.

Moura is good but he often goes missing in big matches and against big teams. There is nothing to suggest he would have made the difference on that day. Even if he had started there is no way to say that unfortunate penalty awarded early in the match would have been prevented.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:22 pm 
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dd, in my pre-CL Final match report I called for the inclusion of Kane as he was the inspirational leader in the locker room and the team's talisman. I don't recall reading your opposition view on it.

The fact is it is hard to drop players of Kane's caliber in such a high profile match when they are fit to play. You don't drop Ronaldo nor Messi when they can play because they are often the difference maker. Even Pep made that call sometime ago when he rushed Kompany back into the defense against us after a long injury layoff. We ended up winning the match but Pep wasn't criticized over the decision as he was the one player they knew who could marshal the defense properly despite his lack of match fitness.

Moura is good but he often goes missing in big matches and against big teams. There is nothing to suggest he would have made the difference on that day. Even if he had started there is no way to say that unfortunate penalty awarded early in the match would have been prevented.


I didn't see your post because I don't usually read stuff about Tottenham. I don't support the club.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:37 pm 
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Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

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Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

How do you define close?
Abeg wait for news of confirmed signings. All these, close, in pole position, front runners etc. Better to wait for real news

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 10:12 pm 
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Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

How do you define close?
Abeg wait for news of confirmed signings. All these, close, in pole position, front runners etc. Better to wait for real news


I think you'll be "close" so long as Madrid gets Pogba, otherwise you're gonna be SOL.


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Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

How do you define close?
Abeg wait for news of confirmed signings. All these, close, in pole position, front runners etc. Better to wait for real news

Close because reliable source broke the news.

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Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

How do you define close?
Abeg wait for news of confirmed signings. All these, close, in pole position, front runners etc. Better to wait for real news

Close because reliable source broke the news.

If only I have a Dollar for news broken by reliable sources that never materialized? You're also aware that the news might be genuine and so is Levy's tightfistedness. If they ask for too much he'll walk away

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Utter rubbish if this is what Nike intends to unveil next season.

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Utter rubbish if this is what Nike intends to unveil next season.

Is that a blanket? :shock: or just bigporkhead size, XXXXXXXXL

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Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

Any update on Not-Dembele?

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Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

Any update on Not-Dembele?

NDombele wants to come and is interested in the move.
Lyon is interested in selling and have a set fee in mind.
Levy wants to buy but doesn't want to pay big club fee for him.
At the moment we have signed Nnobody.

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Its a Goal wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Its a Goal wrote:
Hearing we are close to getting Tanguy Ndombele.

Any update on Not-Dembele?

NDombele wants to come and is interested in the move.
Lyon is interested in selling and have a set fee in mind.
Levy wants to buy but doesn't want to pay big club fee for him.
At the moment we have signed Nnobody.


It is the "paying big" that worries me. All the players we've been rumoured to be after will require Spurs breaking their transfer record everytime.
Levy will not buy a player he cannot resell for profit. That is why I'm taking the "siddon" approach with Spurs transfer.

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