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Jack Adams Says… Quantum physics suggests Daniel Levy has blown it
By Harry Hotspur -

The news that the Fermilab particle accelerator has detected a mass anomaly in the W Bosun and indicates our whole physical understanding of the universe is wrong comes as no surprise to Spurs fans. The multiple realities of quantum mechanics is stuff they learnt in primary school when looking at our transfer policy. We all knew alternate realities exist because something has to explain how Daniel Levy does business for players.

Let’s just look at this summer as an example. In our reality, the sane and balanced world of the genuine football fan, one hour after the window opens Spurs announce they have closed the deal on Dejan Kulusevski.
Such an outcome is definitely not rocket science.

Forget the up and down of the situation, from top and bottom this signing has no strangeness and plenty of charm. The player is a star for us, we have months in which to conclude a deal and all that needs to be done is for Daniel to put the cash on the table when the window opens. He has more than justified the price and even looking at the minutiae under a microscope, it’s a fantastic deal.

In our world, the deal is already done and our management team should be far down the road on negotiations for the other players we must have. Yet we all understand the quantum mechanics of the situation and despite the gravity of our position who is going to bet against Daniel haggling over the price? Who is prepared to say that come the last day of the window the deal still hasn’t been done?

This deal is critical to affirming that THFC is actually a serious football club in reality. If the deal is not done as soon as the window opens then we are right to ask just which reality does our chairman inhabit?

But it gets worse.

According to quantum physics, not only are there infinite realities but all of them exist and have already existed. In other words, it is possible that Daniel has already blown the deal. That is according to the Exponential Negative Initiative Causation theory favoured by some cats who are prepared to think outside of the box. According to ENIC, it’s the physical reality of stadiums and training centers which make a football club great.

And somewhere out there in the multiple realities of quantum physics you just know that a bespoke hotel spa facility scores a hatrick in a Champions League final.

The truth is that it is all madness and there is only one reality that matters and that is on the pitch with the players we need. In Dejan Kulusevski
there cannot be a clearer test of THFC as a credible football club. If Dejan is not a fully signed up Spurs player, preferably on a long contract, within 24 hours of the window opening, then Daniel Levy has to be sacked.

That’s our reality, that’s our truth, that’s our challenge and we don’t care which universe Levy is in or from, if he can’t do this deal instantly then he proves beyond all doubt that he is not competent to run our club.

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Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago

Season ticket v Showbiz ticket….Off to the golf love..

Notontheshelf
Notontheshelf
1 month ago

Gazza, this week’s documentary showed Spurs’ training ground in the 1980s. What a dump!
It’s great that the training ground is now one of the best in the country. But is the team really doing any better than the team that Gazza played in?

Dexter
Dexter
1 month ago
Reply to  Notontheshelf

No. It most certainly is not. The best training ground in the world cant make winners out of losers.

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Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Dexter

Hasn’t had much success with Royal has it? Don’t need a multi billion pound training ground when all the happens is Conte says to him; “for gawd’s sake don’t cross the ball mate”.

Urbane Sturgeon
Urbane Sturgeon
1 month ago

That first sentence had me chuckling for some time.

I must, however, take issue with the final notion that any circumstance still exists that will prove or disprove Levy’s competence to run the footballing side of this club.

It’s not so much that, on that issue, the cat is out of the bag; it’s more that the box was long ago opened, and the cat’s long been dead.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago

That’s the problem with quantum mechanics! As any physicist will tell you, it’s conclusions make a mockery of our ideas of reality. According to its conclusions, there is a universe out there where Levy is our star player and Harry Kane is the CEO keeping him at the club against his wishes!!!!!!! I say we should sell Levy to Man Utd!!!

Eddie
Eddie
1 month ago

Dumbelly was subbed off at halftime.I guess that means the sulks and he will be back with us tout suite.

Limerick AL
Limerick AL
1 month ago

West Ham favourites to go on and win the Europa Cup. Let that sink in.

Notontheshelf
Notontheshelf
1 month ago
Reply to  Limerick AL

Perhaps Leicester in the Conference too?

Limerick AL
Limerick AL
1 month ago
Reply to  Notontheshelf

They should go on into the Semis, unless they go Spursy, the other 3 sides are weak. You couldn’t make it up.

Notontheshelf
Notontheshelf
1 month ago
Reply to  Limerick AL

Leicester are drawn to play (probably) Mourinho’s Roma. Interesting.

Limerick AL
Limerick AL
1 month ago
Reply to  Notontheshelf

Why not. Another Feather in their Cap.

Sandro
Sandro
1 month ago

I can remember when lots of Spurs fans thought it was a no-brainer to exercise the option to buy Lo Celso – how did that turn out?

Kcaj
Kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  Sandro

Who bought Lo Celso? Who got rid of Lo Celso?

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
1 month ago
Reply to  Sandro

Not seeing y0ur point here Sandra

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Sandro

You are quite right of course, people have short memories. He looked like a very good prospect for the first year or so but the constant d*cking about at the club, management changes, plus some poorly timed injuries left him high and dry. I can’t remember any cries from the supporters that he shouldn’t be signed permanently.

When his form miraculously returned whenever he pulled on an Argentina shirt, there were idiotic cries of “wage feef” etc. The same was said about Romero, this seems to have stopped, strangely. All water under the bridge now of course, as one is one of the first names on our team sheet and the other is about to play in a Champions League semi.

I always thought that whatever happened previously with both him and Romero reflected far more poorly on the club than it ever did on them.

Ok Gio might not be particularly suited to the Premiership but the boy had several obstacles to overcome other than acclimatisation. Namely, Baldy’s utter clusterf*ck he’s made of running the football…

Paddio
Paddio
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

Nothing as potentially as fickle as fans huh, so i do question some people perspectives.
I always feel footballers should be more responsible for their own careers, but the whole system is that they are often sheltered through the development stages, which is why managers used to want them to get married younger to get them to mature.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Paddio

Some need lots of help to focus I suppose, some not so much. Dele had chosen the route of playboy footballer, not sure what it takes to focus some players in this day and age when they’re earning so much money.

Bren Long
Bren Long
1 month ago

In an infinite multiverse, there will be multiple constants – the most widely recognised would include speed of light, gravitational constant, Planck constant, and Daniel Levy’s aversion to completing a smooth, timely or necessary football related deal.

England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  Bren Long

He was exceptionally quick in giving himself that bonus .

Kcaj
Kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  Bren Long

Your credentials as a quantum mechanic cannot be doubted.

SimonSpur
SimonSpur
1 month ago

Could Daniel Levy be sent into an Event Horizon?

Kcaj
Kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  SimonSpur

Maybe an Evertonhorizon?

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

If there’s any uplift on the future fee that Juventus can apply given his form on loan, this could get very messy. Daniel does like to pay market value, for anything…

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

“Daniel does like to pay market value, for anything…” That is one reality we are all familiar with.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  kcaj

Typo of course; doesn’t, not does! 😆

Kcaj
Kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

Actually just took it as appropriate piss taking!

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 month ago

 Exponential Negative Initiative Causation. Very good.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  CowSpurs

Only in your reality. Uncle Joe and Danny Boy don’t get it!

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago

test

Sid+Trotter
Sid+Trotter
1 month ago

We actually signed him on the last day of the summer transfer window 2022. We sold Bentancur as he was too good and Margate offered Daniel all the pickles a boy could eat. Bale came back as a ball boy and Aurier became our new right back. We sold Kane to an engineering firm near Colchester and have Eriksen on hire purchase. Hope that’s cleared evrything up. No need for a blog for a while. Thanks Harold

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  Sid+Trotter

Get back to your mushroom realitea! Brew some for me whilst you are at it!

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Sid+Trotter

Methinks it all hinges on top dollar for Bellyflop!!

Charles Crawford
Charles Crawford
1 month ago

Nonsense. We’re in the quantum universe in which we win the league for the next consecutive 1000 years.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago

I knew I was talking to people who know! But you left out the bit about Man Utd in the Northern Conference Pub League 5th division!

BigStew
BigStew
1 month ago

Come on HH, you’re better than this!
THFC have “got, got, got a ginger from Sweden” & does it really matter if it’s fully completed one day or within the following 90 or so?
(Or even before next summer when the loan deal actually ends, although surely even Mr. Levy would prefer to save £5m?)
For all those that are already chomping at the bit in preparation to slag off Messrs. Levy & Paratici, here’s another hypothetical to ponder….if THFC’s summer budget is say £150m + any ££ from sales & they spend £250m on 4/5 other players, (bearing in mind that is about the going rate of players most think THFC should be buying), so cash is now running out, would delaying the final purchase of ‘our No. 21’ to any time before next summer really be of consequence?

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  BigStew

Ahhhh, I see you reality! You live in a world where being a top club that goes and gets what it needs and is upfront with making a flagship statement about intent is not as important as the balance sheet. Am I right?

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

LOL button pressed 👍

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  BigStew

I give the bald git no more than three days to get it done after the window opens, maximum. Otherwise he’s clearly dragging his heels, over what? Relative pennies that’s what…

Paddio
Paddio
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

He’s on a buy now pay later, its just which repayment terms need to be activated.
Levy needs to let Paratici how much he needs to balance the books though…

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago
Reply to  BigStew

Only if the host club can a) call him back or b) a better club come in for him and c) the club aren’t asked to pay more money for Kulu..
The money has to be found for Bale🤮🤮🤮 and Eriksen (tell him to do one.)

Rob
Rob
1 month ago

So you’ve made up a hypothetical situation and now you’re having a go at Levy for not doing what you want, in your made up world?

By most accounts, Kulusevski’s on a 18month loan with an obligation if certain criteria are met, which looks a forgone conclusion.
Why spend £30m of this years budget when you could just as easily defer for a year and spend that cash on upgrading the wing backs this summer?

Whether you can accept it or not, football is a business and we’re not bank rolled by a country, so we have to be sensible and work within a set budget.

Levy’s no angel, we all know, but using made up scenarios, without any thought, just to ‘have a go’ is an odd approach…

BigStew
BigStew
1 month ago
Reply to  Rob

Ditto

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kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  BigStew

Refer to the previous answers I have given [message from a totally alien reality known as The House of Commons]

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  Rob

Your reality is your own and I know you are a totally good ‘Rob’ making good comments here. But in my reality, and it is only my reality, if I was going to make a statement which keeps Conte believing then sorting this deal immediately starts to do the job. In my reality, we can argue balance sheet objectives but only if I am required to move into Daniel’s reality!

Rob
Rob
1 month ago
Reply to  kcaj

You’re missing the point entirely.
There’s zero point spending £30m of a finite budget on a player that will be here regardless of that money being spent.
In fact, I’d imagine that wasting £30m on Kulusevski when it really doesn’t need to be and could potentially leave us lacking in other areas, is exactly the type of thing that might piss a manager like Conte off, as opposed to get him ‘believing’.

But, as you say, that’s just my reality 😂

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  Rob

“You’re missing the point entirely.”

I have to respectfully fire your own words back at you. You are arguing that the 24 million, not 30, required to secure Dejan is not worth spending as a public statement of intent to the fans, the league, the players and the world that Spurs are a serious side moving to be in contention.

You are arguing that to spend money on Dejan becomming a Spurs player right now is ‘wasting’ money.

I can see your point about the effect on possible other purchases but that is an argument in support of Daniel Levy’s transfer window policy.

As you say, it is your reality and we all have to accept, quantum mechanics aside, that we all have different perspectives. I just do not accept that yours helps us to become serious in contending for any silverware.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago
Reply to  kcaj

Unless you can get an organisation to give you loads of money that THFC not you will have to pay back you cannot enter Daniels reality. Forbes Rich List..

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  Billy Tonsils

The truth straight from the horse’s throat!

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago
Reply to  Rob

What a load of old bollix. THFC is exactly like a country ..it’s massively in debt run by a clown and unless Conte can get us Top4 it isn’t going to get any prettier….get a grip

Rob
Rob
1 month ago
Reply to  Billy Tonsils

Get a grip? 😂
From the guy wetting himself over a hypothetical situation? Classic.
Also, who’s comparing football clubs & countries?

Paddio
Paddio
1 month ago

The Kulusevski deal defaults as done based on what was put out about the loan deal. Its just what figure.
Indecision and lack of clarity milaise will strike our chairman if the past is to go but. Think what the choice of cheddar that did for the cheese room?
I’m not expecting the blockbuster signings for the summer but if we must have the 2nd or 3rd choices, I at least hope we would have them in for the start of preseason to give Conte and his team a chance to get some luster.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago
Reply to  Paddio

Bereton Diaz…Spence from Forest home club Boro..James Maddison.. ( it’s us or Arsenal ) . Supposed to be in Europe ..ain’t we..

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago

These two being permanently signed early doors will placate the fanbase somewhat for what follows – weeks of huffing and puffing over the next permanent signing, as in the Traore and Diaz cock-ups. Levy will utilise these virtually done deals to demonstrate his “expertise” in the transfer market whilst stretching the next transfer to incredible levels of delay over a million or two until somebody else steps in and nabs the player from under our noses, no doubt resulting in a last minute scramble for whoever is left that nobody else wants.
Welcome to Levy’s transfer window strategy.

Paddio
Paddio
1 month ago

He will placate chucks of the fanbase but saying Skippy is back so he’s like a new signing.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Paddio

As long as he doesn’t bring Nodbelly and No Show back as new signings…

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago

Alternatively, there is a reality where Deli comes back and wins the Balon D’Or.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  kcaj

Dele is a hot air balloon that’s for sure.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago

Nice

at large
at large
1 month ago
Reply to  Paddio

Levy can placate the fanbase all he wants but he can’t placate Conte and this is all that matters.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  at large

Sporting this deal out straight away will start the process.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  Paddio

There are realities out there in which he is a new signing.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago

Dont think it will placate the fan base signing 2 on loan players isn’t new business , fans are long in the tooth and are aware ..not much point hitting the CL with a p#ss thin squad..LoCelso will hopefully go though we might have to accept Pao Torres as part of the deal. Sanchez will go he can only have a year in his contract…surely…Reg can go but I’m not sure Daniel will accept it ..depreciation and all that.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago

So basically we have a Schrödinger’s cat scenario.

I’m no scientist… But I do watch the Big Bang Theory.

BigStew
BigStew
1 month ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

🤣 but seemingly here, it’s already known/been decided.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  BigStew

Well…. that only depends on what reality you are in!

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

Oh Jimmy, you are both dead and alive and I so much love your comments.

at large
at large
1 month ago

I can’t envision any scenario where Kulu and Romero aren’t signed to permanent deals. Otherwise Conte and Paratici are on the next train to PSG or wherever.

England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  at large

IF the deals are already in place with fees agreed for both, what if another club comes in with a better offer for either player, I wonder where that would leave us.

KingPaul
KingPaul
1 month ago

Daniel Levy has to be sacked by who, exactly?

Isnt Parasitici responsible for this anyway?

Dexter
Dexter
1 month ago
Reply to  KingPaul

Paratici is just the contacts guy. He’s just an extension of Daniel Levy. A prosthesis if you will.
Nothing gets signed off without Levy’s say-so. So it ever has been and ever will be, amen.

kcaj
kcaj
1 month ago
Reply to  KingPaul

According to the quantum physics of the situation, there is an alternate universe in which it is you who has to make the decison about Daniel. In that case, I have to ask, would you sack him?

England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  kcaj

Levy will not sack himself, he answers to no one.

Eddie
Eddie
1 month ago
Reply to  England Mike

Except to uncle Joe.

Dexter
Dexter
1 month ago
Reply to  England Mike

He answers to the club. As much as he would like to think so, this is not a dictatorship. He’s the minority shareholder. There’s nothing that can be done about the fact that he’s part owner, but ‘Chairman’ is an employment post completely separate from his shareholder position, that he can absolutely be sacked from by the board and/or the majority shareholder Joe ‘Permatan’ Lewis.
If any of the above mentioned grew a set.
Sadly, if it was going to happen it would have a long time ago.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago
Reply to  kcaj

Yes.

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