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“Better than Saka” Tottenham new boy attracts plaudits after fine international display
By Bruce Grove -

A number of Tottenham fans have lavished praise on Bryan Gil even though the attacker played just a handful of minutes as Spain ended Italy’s 37-game unbeaten run yesterday.

The tricky youngster is yet to establish himself as a regular at Spurs, but he has continued to be called up to the Spanish national team.

The attacker was a second-half substitute as two goals from Manchester City’s Ferran Torres were enough to help La Roja earn a 2-1 win over their European rivals.

Tottenham updated their fans via Twitter that Gil got 15 minutes of international football in the match and the post gave some of their fans the opportunity to profess their admiration for him.

One fan said he was better than Arsenal man and Euro 2020 finalist, Bukayo Saka, while at least one more asked for him to be played as a right-winger at the club when he returns from the international break. 

Here are some of the best reactions to the post:

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legoverlass
legoverlass
3 months ago

Not one mentioning of “Winning ” Just meaningless sound bites from the ENIC/Levy spin machine of “Long term project”(More jam tomorrow) ” Be competitive” (Pooch is back), “Do the best we can” ( That is the extent of the club’s ambition). ENIC and Levy want to hold the club in this perpetual bubble of a “project” as justification for the lack of investment and lack of success. It is groundhog day extended to a season every time. If Paratici has accepted this mantra then he is already a busted flush in my eyes. He stated he had been at Juve for over a decade and saw this club as a similar appointment. We can expect this verbal bile for many seasons to come as justification for the lack of football success whilst Levy and ENIC will be focusing on all revenue matters non-football-related and THFC becomes insignificant even more so than they are already.

StuSpur
StuSpur
3 months ago
Reply to  legoverlass

Tottenham is what we call in the software world a ‘Sandbox’ environment. Used for testing, changing and demo. Never used for production purposes

Sonificent
Sonificent
3 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

It’s insane that this kid looks great and he sits on the bench behind Lucas who tries hard but is honestly toilet bar one game in 10

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