Discussion in 'Football' started by Soundburst, Jun 12, 2012.
As i said before,he had Champions league football last year
No he didn't as we were playing in the Europa League last season
Oi spurs. Keep your ****ing hands off Moyes.
Not been setting the world alight in France wasnt good enough for my own team IMO i researched him when there was talk a while ago.
And id personally dont think he is good enough for the Spurs team.
I gave you an explanation, you're still not happy.
Apparently, 32 years isn't enough.
In which case I'll give you the answer I considered giving in the first place.
That being that it's none of your business and I couldn't give a flying rats ass whether you 'approve' or not.
I can't make my mind up about AVB - after what happened at Chelsea, I can't help thinking the spurs playing staff will already have formed their own opinions of him, they'll look at him the same way the Chelsea players did.
Probably very good tactically, probably not so good at actually getting the players to do what he asks.
...oh, and I hope he doesn't say the word "project" as much as 'Arry says "triffic" or Wenger says "quali-tee"...
To be fair that's how some allegiances are born...
When my dad was 8 years old he started getting into football, despite grandad telling him cricket was the way to go
Dads favourite player was the great Alan Ball, who joined Arsenal in '71. Our family then moved to London so my old man, aged 13 at the time, started supporting Arsenal. I cannot deny that Arsenal doing the Double that year wasn't a factor too
I was born 9 years later and the rest, as they say, is history
I reckon he may go to rangers. They both hate paying tax
and what happened to Martinez's plan B
Whatever plan Martinez used to beat Newcastle, arsenal (at the emirates), man utd and Liverpool (at anfield) towards the end of the season worked.
I think Harry only has himself to blame for his sacking to be honest. He's been baiting Levy in the press for the past couple of weeks.
When he started saying that "you don't let a good manager get to the last year of his contract if you want him" then he was basically daring Levy to fire him, thinking it'd get him the contract extension he wanted, but his plan backfired.
I do think Spurs will struggle without him, at least next season. Potentially now he's gone they'll struggle to hold on to Modric, if he hasn't already signed for United that is, and possibly Bale too now Barcelona are sniffing around him. Plus there are probably a few who'll want to leave because they're loyal to Harry.
If you get Moyes, it'll only be a short term solution because i'd put money on him being off to Man United in the next couple of years when Fergie steps down.
What a crock of a post, honestly.
Just how, exactly, could modric have "signed for man utd already"?
Are you aware how contracts work?
Christ on a bike......:-(
oh i'm sorry, i should have said "agreed to sign" - because there are rumours that it's all done and dusted and he'll join United when he comes back from Euro 2012. No idea if it'll actually happen but it's one of the reasons being used for the friction between Levy and Redknapp.
So why couldnt Wigan beat all the lesser teams in the league as well then?
Everyone keeps saying that Harry has "no plan B". I've also heard this said about Wenger. These same people then go on to explain exactly what they would have done in "x" match which Harry failed to do himself. Of course these Keyboard Football managers know better than people who have been in the game for 30-40 years
Oh yeah,how stupid of me.I should have known spurs and the champions league don't go together
What has harry won in those 30 years of management ??
What is Harry transfer record like??
Levy is a shrewd business man he looks at the figures as well as the footy.
Harry transfer record at spurs was woeful.
Sometimes, everyone in the ground knows when a manager has cocked up.
Prime example was the aforementioned villa game.
Must win, 1-1 and you have Defoe on the bench.
How come everyone and their granny can see the required substitution, bar Harry?
With regard to Martinez, most can see his desired style, combined with returning players, started bearing fruit towards the end of the season.
He deserves credit for sticking with his beliefs.
Apologies, it may appear that I am trolling for an argument but I'm just incredulous that none of you Spurs fans are that bothered about Harry going. I've enjoyed watching Spurs play good football the last couple of years and the Premier League will be a lesser place without him.
I agree with you pal. It might not be a surprise that he has left but for the last few years we have all listened to how Spurs play the best football etc and now the Spurs fans can't wait to see the back of him. All because, in a match v Villa, he didn't bring on Defoe.
Be careful what you wish for. He was the best thing since sliced bread not that long ago, now you want rid. Strange.
Loving Adrian Durham's assessment (for the 1st time ever).
Basically saying that Arsenal fans gloating about Spurs today should watch and learn.....Levy won't settle for mediocrity and that's why Harry has gone, whereas Arsenal are content to being an also ran in the league.
Onwards and upswards
You seem to be forgetting that MJ had Spurs in 5th two years in a row with some pretty good football too.
Any decent manager that came in when Harry did would have had a decent chance at achieving, or surpassing, what he did.
I don't remember too many master strokes that Harry pulled off during his tenure but there are plenty of moments for sure!
Don't get me wrong what Spurs have achieved under Harry was great, but it is time for someone new.
Be fair, things change.
Sliced bread goes off ;-)
Everything that happened since Feb has been more than enough to get a manager sacked.
You can't let people prepare for your departure, let results collapse, and then still expect people to kiss your ass when you 'deem' to stay.
He made spurs think, they thought, they acted.
But I think there is a difference between Arsenal and Spurs. Arsenal have always been a top 4 club whereas Spurs are trying to establish themselves as a top 4 club which has become a lot harder with Man City coming on to the scene.
Funny how everyones such an expert on other peoples clubs.
Brought up factories all gone now ready for building work to start by the looks of things.
From whats coming out of Arrys mouth and the club he was a goner no matter what.
Good interview here with ol 'Arry
He's right I guess; if you leave a club in better stead than the day you joined, you've done a good job and can be happy within yourself
I think Spurs are going down the young manager route..which is hardly surprising...note the ages of these top European club managers..
Juve - 42
Milan - 44
Inter - 36
Roma - 42 (before Enrique was sacked)
Barca - 42
Real - 49
Valencia - 40
Ajax - 42
Chelsea - 42
Liverpool - 39
City - 47
Arsenal - 42 (when Guardiola takes over next year!)
At 49, the great Mourinho is the eldest of them all, yet comes in 16 years younger than Redknapp
Football has changed a lot these past 10 years and the above is highly indicative of that
Hearing rumours that the 23rd richest man in the world is discussing possibly purchasing the spurs and wonder if this may have played a role in Harry's departure?
Only rumours tho!
That's the one
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