By some fans, of course, I mean those that are still in complete denial about the entire ENIC project, and still believe the stadium is some mystical game changing panacea.
A trophy-less Harry Kane is an embarrassment. You get anomalies in football, like Mark Noble, but nothing sticks out quite as uncomfortably as a prolific England captain who is 27-years-of-age, who has never lifted a piece of silverware in his life.
Instead of grumbling at O’Hara, attention must be redirected at the Tottenham business model.
“He is 27, if Spurs don’t win a trophy next season, Kane should move on.”— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) August 4, 2020
“If you just get in the top four and don’t win a trophy, it’s time he moves on.” 🔥@MrJamieOHara1 says Spurs must win a trophy next season to keep Harry Kane. pic.twitter.com/nyAz9RmQRP