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It’s Levy. My Latest Video Pulls No Punches On The Cristian Romero Transfer
By Harry Hotspur -

With the suggestions currently doing the rounds, that talks for the signature of Cristian Romero have reached an impasse, it was clearly time to take a look at the background to the deal. Without too much critical thought, it was pretty clear where the blockage was most likely to be found.

Tottenham is now two weeks away from the beginning of the Premier League season and with a mountain of work to be done. Too much of the deadweight feels like it is still hanging in for grim death, and the acquisitions to date have only been bit-part players. Talk of a rebuild being underway appears to be an excitable overreaction.

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Paul L
Paul L
1 month ago

Great analysis from HH, thought the briefing was spot on.
15 days till the first game.
I believe there was an open training session today at the stadium.

Polar Per
Polar Per
1 month ago

I have a feeling you will be left looking like a fool in a few days time as we will smash our previous transfer record to secure Romero. Remember that Atalanta does not need to sell, they have excellent finance and a lot of attractive talent and can therefore run a hard bargain. 40 mil plus is a HUGE investment and it is frankly incredibly surprising that we are able/willing to do so after 2 Covid years. I trust in Leevy/Patrici and belive we have the right team in place to secure our targets and sell to refresh our squad. Super exciting winger signed and a keeper to challenge Hugo. Coys

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

Watching our club unravel under the imbecile Levy and you think HH will look a fool if we sign a position we have needed to strengthen for years? Cue would class facility nonsense….

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Baleficent

World

Polar Per
Polar Per
1 month ago
Reply to  Baleficent

Club unraveling? Either you are old enough to have lived trough the glory days when we won the league last time or you are just blind to progress. I’m born in 82 and have been following spurs all my life and NEVER have we been in a better position/condition for success with the exception of the 2-3 year of poch and that nearly went all the way.

we are the best run club in the premier league along with Leicester.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

What utter balderdash that ignores all the facts relating to one measly trophy in 20 years. ENIC have been very successful but THFC have not due to a criminal lack of investment and ambition by the owners. That is beyond debate.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

Haha. That brilliant. That said, getting high this early in the day isn’t a great idea.

Ian
Ian
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

so signing no first team starters with 14 days till the season starts is making him look like a fool? Having deadwood like Dier, Aurier,Sanchez, Docherty, Sissoko, Winks is excellent business by Patrici and Levy? We offloaded our best CH in Toby and still haven’t replaced him. your logic of what is an excellent transfer window is shocking.

Polar Per
Polar Per
1 month ago
Reply to  Ian

Buying and selling players in real life is not like in Football Manager. Our “deadwood” are on heigh wages and a few in their late twenties/early 30ties, not easy finding buys er for those. And In terms of signings, it made sense to wait for a new manager to buy players that fit the system and play style. I honestly believe that by then end of the transfer window we will describe it as one of our best ones ever. And yes, the season starts is 2 weeks time so ideally we would have a settled team but NO team in Premier League have been able to do their business early this year, so we are all in the same boat. Even Liverpool and City is struggling getting their deals over the line.

Signing Son on a new long term contract is worth more than any new transfer in. And Bryan Gil is seriously exciting to watch and could be the next big Spanish player together with Pedri. Gollini is a better keeper that Heart and Gazzaniga and Romero is class! Have some faith!

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

How can you say we are successful when we have the least enviable records in the PL; longest period without signing a player and longest period without finding a manager? Two lamentable farces that should not happen to a competent football club in any league, let alone the Premier. Levy is a dangerous fool standing between us and success on the pitch where it is desperately needed to justify the obscene prices he charges for tickets and merchandise, in both cases the highest in the country, to watch a team that never wins anything due to a perennial failure to strengthen to a high enough level each season.
I bet enic and Levy love mugs like you.

Polar Per
Polar Per
1 month ago

Life was great under Sugar and the owner before that? Yes?

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

More successful.

StuSpur
StuSpur
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

I know it’s encouraged to always ‘play the ball’ on this site but I can’t resist. You are a complete and utter moron

ForzaSpurs
ForzaSpurs
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

Haha,stay of the crack bro seriously.

Ian
Ian
1 month ago

deal has been done.

Don
Don
1 month ago

Tottenham need to start working on what they want in the transfer market and get done. Since ENIC took over it’s all about saving a couple of million pounds and then someone else step and Spurs miss out on a very good player and ending up with fourth best. COYS

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Don

Like going for Dias and ending up with Rodon?

Bergy
Bergy
1 month ago

Don’t agree on the ESL comments. Europe (including the UK for this purpose) isn’t the US, sport without jeopardy is a sub standard product.

Look at European and UK coverage of the NBA during regular season vs the hype there is in post season.

Of course, maybe they change the structure entirely but as it is now, friendly matches labelled ESL before a knock out including same teams, it’s substandard.

BaleUsOut
BaleUsOut
1 month ago

Good thought provoking stuff !

Tony Borg
Tony Borg
1 month ago

Levy does it every transfer window, he leaves deals so late it gives the new recruits no time to settle before we start the season, we’ll be points behind before we even start, and this all to save a few quid. The only way we’ll get change at Spurs is when we out Levy, tight fisted Lewis and ENIC.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Tony Borg

Happy to spend money on NFL facilities but balks at buying decent players. Do one, you horrible midget.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago

I see Gollini’s first interview gushes about the stadium. Glad to see us loading up on that winning mentality. Another one just happy to be there.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

It’s like the scene in Blackadder Goes Forth…….doing exactly what we did twelve times is exactly the last thing they’ll expect us to do this time.

Ian
Ian
1 month ago
Reply to  Baleficent

Imagine buying Buckingham Palace and then filling it with second hand Ikea furniture. Thats our club

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Ian

It’s beyond a joke at this point. Sadly don’t see the greedy b****** ever leaving though.

Tiger Tail
Tiger Tail
1 month ago
Reply to  Ian

Pretty sure Dier is that discarded mattress on the curb at this point. Man wishes he could be Ikea.

Polar Per
Polar Per
1 month ago
Reply to  Baleficent

You prefer players being unhappy to be here? Is it possible to keep two emotions/thoughts at the same time, be happy to be here and also being fiercely ambitious. Gollini played for a high flying Atalanta, who kept punching above their weight owning a lot to their strong mentality and winning spirit.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago
Reply to  Polar Per

He didn’t mention much about winning. Did Allison mention the ground when he signed for Liverpool. ENIC spin as usual. Will win nowt again this year.

at large
at large
1 month ago

Great analysis H as usual. As the old saying goes, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”

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