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Sky Sports’ Michael Bridge Nails Tottenham’s Transfer Situation| video
By Harry Hotspur -

Tottenham’s transfer window activity drew incredibly varied responses. Younger fans were exhilarated by the potential of the younger signings, whereas older fans had heard it all before – and wanted to know such apparently obvious gaps in the current starting XI had been ignored.

I’d be interested in hearing more presenters and pundits, opposed to wafer-thin opinions from ‘one-time’ players which most fans have to Google.

Perhaps if more mainstream broadcasters took the approach of courting the opinions of professionals who get paid in the grown-up world of broadcasting, football media might be somewhat radically improved?

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Legoverlass
Legoverlass
2 months ago

I struggle with this narrative that we have had a successful transfer window. To me it once again reeks of Levy being all over it behind the scenes. When we started the match against Watford three days before the close of the window the team was made up of all last seasons players who failed to qualify for CL football or even EUFA cup competition. How can that be considered progress? Despite the arrival of Paratici I see the same Levy footprint of us being linked with lots of quality players but then once again ending up with punts on young players with no experience of the PL one of which has been loaned back to his club for next season, Romero was the only signing that appeared to be of immediate first team quality and he arrived injured. We still lack an additional striker that we have failed to secure now for multiple transfer windows. We have never replaced the quality of Dembele and Erickson in midfield. The modus operandi is so clearly more of the same ENIC and Levy lack of ambition looking to scrape into a top four slot with 1/0 victories in which it is the oppositions inability to take advantage of their dominant possession rather than our abilities that have counted. Where exactly is the Paratici effect I keep hearing about. It is the Levy effect with Paratici as the shield.

Last edited 2 months ago by Legoverlass
StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago

I like Michael Bridges, he talks sense and doesn’t do sound bites for pops. Jamie O’Hara is a complete embarrassment

Tangangry
Tangangry
2 months ago

I couldn’t agree more, but even this site is guilty of reporting the drivel that comes from the likes of Alan Hutton, Jamie O’Hara, Noel Whealan and the rest on a regular basis.

My pet hate mind you are the “articles” that import half a dozen tweets from complete morons and dressing it up as news.

But there you go, thats modern life innit.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago
Reply to  Tangangry

That’s brilliant. Tweeting doesn’t mean it should be news as it could be, and normally is, the ramblings of complete morons. Mercifully with a limit to how much they can tweet in one go. Made me smile! 😂

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

We’ve certainly got to the point where if a pundit actually nails it rather than trotting out the usual showbiz cliches, it’s almost a liberating experience. Shame we don’t get it now and again from politicians too…

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