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Press Association Sport Describe Spurs As “Unstable” And Have Asked Harry Kane’s Representatives For Clarity
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Whilst Harry Kane allegedly reiterating to THFC his desire to quit Spurs will be branded as a big claim Sky from Sky Sports, it is in truth quite probably the easiest rumour to call at this stage.

Harry looked dejected for the most part of the Wolves game, which despite the final score it was essentially a futile exercise for all concerned. Spurs might yet qualify for European football, but to be blunt, they aren’t fit to grace the competition in any meaningful capacity. This is the same shower that threw a 2 goal lead against the mighty Dinamo Zagreb.

Jonathan Veal for PA Sport has just described Tottenham this evening as “unstable, without a manager following José Mourinho’s dismissal last month, and the new boss faces a huge rebuilding job in the summer.”

One might add to the list protesting fans singing about the CEO’s death, no stadium sponsor, and more debt than any club in the entire country. Not to mention a caretaker manager who appears to be reading from ENIC authored cue cards whenever he speaks.

My understanding is that Kane is or at least was until very recently being represented by his brother. It will be interesting to see what if anything emerges.

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BrenLong
BrenLong
2 months ago

No quotes and no credible sources to back up the claim.
I suspect this could be a deliberate ploy to distract from the growing ENIC/ESL protests.
On the other hand, the understanders at Sky Sports News love to drive a transfer to one of their darling clubs and generate some headlines and betting revenue in the process. It’s far easier to drive that transfer if Spurs miss out on the Europa League spots and England’s captain faces playing Jagshemash Rovers in the Eurodisney conference, so let’s throw in a bit of unsettling for the rest of the season to get the ball rolling…

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John
John
2 months ago

No surprise H wants out but he’s been living under a rock if he actually said he wants it sorted before the Euros, as if Levy will let him go that quietly! We’ll end up with part-ex with someone & get aguero on a free. Can’t keep our best players & can’t get rid of the rubbish – Rose, Dier. The new manager will bring in his favourites & our team will certainly look different next season, new system, new players.

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mikeyhughes
mikeyhughes
2 months ago

Harry now saying he wants his future sorted “before the euros” according to some sources. Sounds like he means business.
As for the THFC board the less said about those idiots the better.
Levy has presided over a gold plated s h i t show and should be long gone by now. Uncle Joe must be some sort of a living vegetable to allow him to carry on – just how much more embarrassment can this little fool bring down on the club?
Before Levy (who is utterly predictable which is why his transfer business style is now known the world over and no longer works), starts with his “you’ll have to pay top dollar or the lad is going nowhere” nonsense, please think of the lad and his character and dedication to the club his entire playing career. It is in complete contrast to the way Levy has acted as he has lied and cheated his way through his tenure. Levy don’t even think of playing hardball with Harry’s career or believe me you will be lynched from your white elephant stadium.

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SimonSpur
SimonSpur
2 months ago

Kane in 2017:

“Football for me isn’t about money. I’m at Tottenham because I love this club and I see it going in the right direction.
“I feel we are one of the best teams in England and Europe, so I’m excited for the future ahead”

We can thank Levy for what followed and the situation we are now in.

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Bertoliver
Bertoliver
2 months ago

I suspect Harry leaving will prove a bigger catalyst for protest at ENIC than the the ESL fiasco.
The only reason Levy has survived as the longest serving and highest paid chief executive is that his godfather is in charge of the club. In any other organisation with accountability he would have been dismissed years ago due to the lack of football success and the sheer incompetence of the stadium build which will burden the club not ENIC for years.
I look forward to the fans venting their displeasure personally at our chairman.

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

This really is turning into one massive slow motion motorway pileup.

I thought the stadium would probably be another false dawn or whatever but I never envisaged things being this directionless this soon.

SimonSpur
SimonSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

Never underestimate Levy.

Spurs47
Spurs47
2 months ago
Harry needs to go and quite possibly Son. Sad but all stories have a beginning, middle and end. Harry Kane has carried too much for too long in our team and has all too often been used when he should have been rested. All adds up. The guy needs a break and I think we should all thank him and wish him well even though his next destination may not be to our liking. 
Cabspur
Cabspur
2 months ago
Reply to  Spurs47

I like your biddy printer style😁

Graham Towner
Graham Towner
2 months ago

I have been a Spurs supporter for over 50 years, I remember the heady European nights at the Lane watching Steve Perryman, Graham Roberts, Glen Hoddle and our Argentinean contingent. Since then, apart from the odd false dawn, Harry Kane has been a shining star in an otherwise ordinary team. Strange thing is we have some great players but nobody apart from Poch can get them playing as a team? I for one am saying Good Luck to Harry in his next adventure, the man deserves all the success that his Quality can bring.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

Did Mourinho know in advance that Harry Kane was going to ask to leave and then stage managed a row with Levy so he could beat Harry to the exit door, knowing full well that without Harry the game was up for the foreseeable?

Buffalo Soldier
Buffalo Soldier
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Yes he knew alright. He was part of last Summer’s discussions.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

Multiple reports saying Harry asked to leave over a month ago which would predate Mourinho’s sacking by a few days. Harry is on record as saying he only heard of José’ sacking a few hours before it happened.

I’m just guessing but I think the way Mourinho was treated made up Harry’s mind for him. Remember he and Sonny and Hugo were about the only players to come out early and wish Jose the best.

Maybe the scales dropped from Harry’s eyes and he began to see his loyal team mates in a new light. So this could be payback time.

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

With the greatest of respect do you think Harry would have stayed if Jose had remained in charge? He wants to be competing at the highest level and winning league titles and top European competitions. It’s been evident for a while that this club are in no position to do that for the best years of his playing career.
I suspect he’s been looking for a way out for a couple of seasons

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Spursnutd
Spursnutd
2 months ago

I’m guessing Son will be next. Without Harry and a year older he will not fancy staying just my thoughts

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Spursnutd

Yeah, Sonny is highly sensitive, he won’t be a happy chap.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

Maybe the shysters in the squad should have worked harder to help keep Harry happy. There’ll be a lot of worried players in that squad. No Harry to carry them next season.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

He hasn’t signed that famous contract extension yet as far as I know.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

Dele’s bricking it.

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

On the contrary, with Kane and Son gone, he’ll be finally free to show his excellence as a leading player, probably alongside Bale (who’s back…on loan).

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  CzechSpur

😜👍😀

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  Spursnutd

And just imagine the team without the goals and assists those two provided so far:
Son 17+10
Kane 22+13

SimonSpur
SimonSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  CzechSpur

Yep, relegation is on the cards. Championship football the following season. But it’s at ok, it will be played in one of the world’s most state of the art stadiums with the squad utilising world class training facilities. Well that’s how the club will spin it, anyway.

SimonSpur
SimonSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  Spursnutd

Then I think we can all enjoy the relegation fight next season.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

Harry is twenty eight, next year with money tight it will be a year trying to get back to the top four, so another year will be gone with no Premier League title, so who can blame him.

He has no faith in the project and no time to spare waiting to see if the stadium money can build a team that can win the Premier League in the next three years.

Last edited 2 months ago by James McKevitt
Scott
Scott
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

What stadium money?? There won’t be any from these fraudsters. Levy and Lewis are thieves. No interest in success, the clubs will on the market when it’s been fully rinsed.

White hot
White hot
2 months ago
Reply to  Scott

Agreed. The idea that ‘stadium money’ will be invested in the squad is pure fantasy.

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
2 months ago
Reply to  White hot

Yep jam tomorrow the lies they’ve been pedalling while they enrich themselves at the customers expende

dancingbarber
dancingbarber
2 months ago

With Erikson ,Walker, Trippier all winning their medals this season You can’t blame him

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  dancingbarber

Just reality Harry has maybe 5 years tops, he can’t see Spurs winning a Premier League or Champions League in the next three years.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

David Hytner in The Guardian reporting that Harry would prefer to stay in the Premier League but is open to a switch to Spain.

Spurfect One
Spurfect One
2 months ago

I can just picture it now, Kane goes to United and they loan us Jessie Lingard. Sound familiar?

Paddio
Paddio
2 months ago
Reply to  Spurfect One

Have you not heard Dele is back, so we’ve no need for lingard

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James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

Some sites reporting that Harry wants his future sorted before the Euros, so that’s putting it up to Levy. No stringing it out to the last ten seconds of the final day of the off season. Harry has obviously been watching Levy and learning.

Reports also that Harry met face to face with Levy and believes he has a gentleman’s agreement that he could leave.

Ooh, Harry a gentleman’s agreement, I’d get a top lawyer on my side if you were wise.

Last edited 2 months ago by James McKevitt
Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Is Levy a gentleman?

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

That’s why I advise Harry to get a brief.

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