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Levy Must Hire Dominic Cummings
By Harry Hotspur -

Lo Celso ist kaput.

How in the name of god did Tottenham Hotspur Football Club sanction this balsa-wood clown flitting off to play an utterly meaningless game of football for his country, when he’d yet to start a full game for his club?

It was telling in a recent presser that Mauricio Pochhetino spent so much time praising Son Heung-min’s availability for training, despite the player being out on a red card from the tale end of last season.

Wow. A professional on the books, whodathunkit?!

The rather brilliant Alfred Hitchcock famously said “Actors are cattle! They should be treated as such!”

It is increasingly evident that the god-damn genius that is Dominic Cummings has similar attitude towards politicians.

Fans are sick to the back teeth of delicate fairies being indulged.

Giovani Lo Celso has turned out to be yet another close to useless bitch whose rocked up at Hotspur Way with a backstory.

Some waffle about have been on holiday when he ought to have been training. Like a professional.

Harsh? Well riddle me how – after 3 nondescript goes made out of sheer desperation – the Argentine then ends up being ruined for who knows how many weeks?

THFC has an appalling track record with draft dodging, lightweight physio huggers, and it has to stop.

Hitchcock’s dead, and Poch is clearly too busy compromising himself with everyone, perhaps when Dominic Cummings has extricated Great Britain from the gangsters in Brussels, he could manage our payroll of ponces.

ENIC have not just riddled us with time wasters over their two decades of silverware doldrums, they’ve actively encouraged shirking.

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One response to “Levy Must Hire Dominic Cummings”

  1. Spurs est1882 says:

    I meant to write this last night…Personally I think injuries like we get can show a real mental issue. From playing sport, and coaching for many years I find sports people generally approach injury in one of 3 ways, and its ingrained in them as people (I say sport as I have played a number of them, including teams and individual and to a semi pro level in Rugby). The problem is you cant really tell what one of they are.
    1) The slightest niggle and they cant do anything but sit on their arses and cry, straight to the Dr/physio…think Danny Welbeck – These are generally players that drop down leagues into their 30’s adamant they can still compete at the top, but clubs are not willing to gamble on their fitness.
    2) Players that genuinely know their bodies, they know when to run it off, and when to rest, and when to seek medical help. These players are rare, and generally have longer careers, and found a lot more in individual sports (opposed to teams) – Think Ronaldo
    3) Players that you could snap their leg in half and all you get is “its only a flesh wound”. They will play despite injury. They generally have far shorter careers, they are great in a pinch, but will cost you long term as small injuries that could be fixed with a rest turn into long absences. These can be noticed because when they are injured (and admit it) its career threatening or long absences with no real link to an event (i.e no one actually stood on the players ankle and broke it).
    I am not saying that real injury is not the issue, but how they treat injury impacts recovery time. I fear something is happening that has pushed a lot of our team into the third category. This is probably our limited squad depth mixed with the “team” all against us attitude. We don’t seem to have anyone in the 1 category, and very very few in the 2 (if any) but 3, all our players play or are out for months on end. I think we really need to adjust the head space of players and get them to know their bodies better.