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One Facet Of The Harry Kane Transfer Debate Appears Not To Have Been Discussed… And It’s Crucial

By Harry Hotspur -

So far the debate has established a number of factions, all pushing their own questions and plausible answers. No matter how many times I keep referencing the Modern Slavery Act, there are still those who genuinely believe that Harry Kane can be told ‘you are staying and that’s it’, cue the outro music, and roll the credits.

Then we have the Recommended Retail Price merchants who believe that a price tag is somehow legally binding, and therefore if they read on one website that Kane is worth £120million, then that’s the magic number – and no magic number – then no sale. Obviously, none of these beauts have bought or sold a house.

Then we have the extremely movable feast that was Harry’s interview with Gary Neville; which depending upon which paragraph you might choose to quote, then he’s definitely staying or, definitely leaving.

Each of these viewpoints comes from anyone but the potential buyer.

What if, Pep Guardiola or whoever were to talk to Harry and effectively say, look, here’s the deal. ‘Our club can make the magic happen, we can take you where you want to go and when you’re a grandfather, you can show your grandkids a big box of winners medals… but here’s the thing. We don’t want you when you’re 29, or 30. We don’t want you once you’ve run yourself into the floor for another one or two seasons in return for nothing but Mr. Levy’s face-saving. Not only that, but we want this car, with these many miles on the clock, not this case when it has been driven all over the place by a club that cannot take proper care of it.’

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Buffalo Soldier
Buffalo Soldier
1 year ago

Without any shenanigans/wishful thinking doesn’t it look likely we will finish below The *rse?

Pipespurs
Pipespurs
1 year ago

good If we can’t get 6th I want Levy’s embarrassment to be at a point he can’t hide the cracks

literally want all that’s left or nothing at all

legoverlass
legoverlass
1 year ago

I have been banging on about this in the past. The only meaningful change at THFC is if ENIC and Levy exit stage left or right. The only way they will make that decision is if all roads appear to lead to the time to exit. Any crumb of optimism sprinkled on the table of their Last Supper casts a ray of light for them to hang around and impose more penury upon us all. If all roads appear to lead to armageddon for ENIC then Uncle Joe could pull the plug and jettison Levy at the same time down the waste disposal shute of his gin palace tax domicile. The more pain that ENIC appears to be in will hopefully attract potential purchasers who may be able to leverage that pain into a sensible offer that is accepted. Of course, that statement is caveated by the possibility that the new owners have to be interested in realizing the potential of THFC as a brand and as a football club being successful at the very highest levels of the sport. That may be the only scenario that may make Kane hesitate and reconsider his position at the club going forwards.

Last edited 1 year ago by legoverlass
James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 year ago
Reply to  legoverlass

Wishful thinking I’m afraid.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 year ago

One careful lady owner, not, just hand over the keys.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 year ago

Leicester and Liverpool win and finish on 69 points. Scousers 4th on GD. Chelsea win, Arsenal win and finish on 13 defeats same as ENIC fc. City draw with Everton so ENIC fc finish 9th. That’s how I expect it to go.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 year ago

If Arsenal draw that will be a reprieve from complete disaster.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 year ago

It will be the four biggest spenders in the first four places.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 year ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Textbook.

Coys
Coys
1 year ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Yes I agree.That then makes a mockery of FFP and clubs being self financing.Why bother playing 38 matches,why not just put sealed bids in to central office.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 year ago

Oh. Wolves to beat Utd.

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