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More Pressure On Levy And The Timing Couldn’t Be Much Worse
By Harry Hotspur -

Jonathan Woodgate has spoken out ahead of this weekend’s Carabao Cup final, and it’s unlikely that Daniel Levy will appreciate either the subject or the timing.

Having dismissed manager José Mourinho this week, in a dialogue that would have definitely mentioned money, namely José’s compensation. The Spurs supremo was then forced to reverse a decision to join a European Super League, which will have meant forfeiting countless millions of pounds.

Now, the player that won the Carling Cup for Spurs back in 2008 has told Levy via The Sun online that even if Tottenham managed to win the Carabao cup, then the odds are that Harry Kane will want out of Spurs anyway.

“They’ll need more investment for Harry Kane to stay, I’m sure of that. He’s been unbelievable again this season and scored so many goals. He’s evolved as a player by making so many assists. He’s an incredible talent. I’d say Spurs need to invest to try to keep Harry Kane at the club.”

Tottenham have found itself in a right old state this week and only the most hardened optimists can imagine that the club is in for a favourable end to the season. Indeed, one could argue that the Harry Kane transfer rumours have only ebbed away thanks to the complete and utter chaos that has distracted.

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mikeyhughes
mikeyhughes
8 months ago

Levy doesn’t understand the meaning of the word investment. He buys the absolute minimum he can get away with, for as cheap as he can get it. I bet there’s no leftover food in his house. No wonder he’s a midget.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
8 months ago
Reply to  mikeyhughes

Judging the man by how he is at WORK

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
8 months ago

Cundy said “football needs a reset”….there’s that word again, another funny coincidence. This whole ruse must have something to do with the coming financial system shift, lots of people are resigning, scurrying here or there preparing for…..something. when this government is talking about reform and “protection” of our sport, you know it’s time to worry.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
8 months ago

Unless it’s a misdirection piece to appease the “working class people” after a year or so of total destruction at the government’s hand. Also with ongoing private prosecutions against them, they could all be in bother. With any luck.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
8 months ago

Hancock’s on again. Tick tock

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
8 months ago

It matters not to Levy. The new look European Sup…..err, I mean Champions League will ensure that ENIC can finish 7th and still qualify for the tournament of hades. It’ll keep rolling in…..then out, somewhere….but not on football matters.

kwakspur
kwakspur
8 months ago

Never on to football matters, same as at Man.U & Arse.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
8 months ago
Reply to  kwakspur

Arsenal are a window into the future. The only way is down.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
8 months ago

I read somewhere that Harry said he will review his situation after the Euros, that to me opens the door. Before this it was always I’m happy to stay as long as the club match my ambitions.

kwakspur
kwakspur
8 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

So Kane having a say in who the next manager is?

Coz I’m sure Kane didn’t want Jose gone before the final at least, or maybe he did

Last edited 8 months ago by kwakspur
James McKevitt
James McKevitt
8 months ago
Reply to  kwakspur

I read Kane was deeply unimpressed with Jose’s sacking, the way it was done and just before the Cup Final.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
8 months ago
Reply to  kwakspur

Harry must know, he’s a bright lad, that it doesn’t matter one iota who the new manager is, what matters is substantial money for quality players and that Levy stop interfering in football matters.

kwakspur
kwakspur
8 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Two things that have little chance of happening, unfortunately.

Our best shot was with Jose on the weekend, however good the players that have a problem with Jose thought they were.
Levy has Sabotaged our chance.

England Mike
England Mike
8 months ago
Reply to  kwakspur

Sounds like you will be disappointed if we win then.

kwakspur
kwakspur
8 months ago

Tony Cascarino’ latest dig at a new manager I could definitely get behind.

He would have the respect & would sort our defence out & let the attack do its thing

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