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Sources: Harry Kane Is Working On His Tottenham Exit
By Harry Hotspur -

Despite having spent the last few years endlessly warning of the ill-advised nature of the ENIC business model, it is with genuine regret that it has been made clear to Harry Hotspur by sources close to the club, that Harry Kane’s indulgence of Daniel Levy’s brave new, stadium propelled world, is running out of steam.

As has been asked on these pages on countless occasions over time, if you think the whole Daniel Levy brand “jam tomorrow” shtick is tiresome, then imagine being faced with it on the relentless conveyor belt that is working for the old girl, day in, day out.

There have been rumblings, of course, both in and out of the press, however, I am told that Kane’s situation is soon to become one of the worst kept secrets in English football. It took a while, but Harry’s interest in the cause had been waning for some time. Kane is now working on his inevitable exit.

Why “one of our own” would want to quit on us, is now firmly a rhetorical question. Whilst I was uncomplimentary about how I expressed it at the time, there was a truth in the line about “even someone as daft as Kyle Walker saw no point to hang about at Spurs”.

Old Bonzo was proved right, after all, wasn’t he? What good was the magnificent infrastructural investment going to do him? Zero, and so Manchester City not only offered but delivered immediately a colossal pay rise – and a Premier League title winners’ medal.

I am given to understand that a genuine concern of the family, that has two young daughters, is the possible impact on the support network that is enjoyed by both immediate and extended families, if a transfer incurred the onerous business of relocating.

Harry Kane’s commitment to the cause at Spurs has been nothing shy of exemplary, yet his ambitions are not destined to be fulfilled by a football club that has morphed into a profit factory. The collapse of the Pochettino era has divided the fanbase significantly.

Once upon a time, the hue and cry this blog received from former contributors who felt I’d become deranged in my contempt for ENIC. Now, message boards and social media, etc are positively awash with supporters who’ve had enough. People who once did their best to excuse the neglect have quite simply given up trying to defend the thoroughly indefensible.

A footballer’s career is a brief one. If all goes to plan, one can be comfortably retired by 35. Money secures that. Honours distinguish great footballers from the rest of the field. At Tottenham Hotspur, the business model is not geared up to deliver either.

In my opinion, Kane will be sold, and he will succeed elsewhere, as have all the decent players Levy has so diligently dispatched during his tenure. There’s a myopic genius to Levy’s work, to hate or name-call is to miss out on its wonder. It took me several years to work that out. They should name a suite after him. See what I did there?

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13 responses to “Sources: Harry Kane Is Working On His Tottenham Exit”

  1. Mark says:

    People just will not do it, but just stop going. Tell levy to stick his season ticket levy up his arse. An empty stadium to go along with the empty trophy cabinet, if there is one, and the message will get across. Mourinho was a panic buy and levy is tottering on the edge. And as the Joker said, sanity is like gravity, it just needs a little push. Or just keep on going, living on empty promises since ’91.

  2. Pail D says:

    Oh & 2 3rds for Poch

  3. Pail D says:

    To back up my views of what Spurs should achieve with just those final steps. Ie investment in team. Apart from what we have won , & knowing every team has near misses, my research into earlier years & what ive seen since early 70s , we have been league runners up 5 times, 3rd 11 times. CL Euro cup runners up & semis. CWC semis, UEFA cup , runners up & semis FA cup runners up , semi finalists 12 times inc 8 losses in a row, league cup runners up 4 times & 7 more semi final losses. Frustration. Finish the job. Poch alone League& CL 2nd , league cup final & semi , 2 FA cup semis

  4. England Mike says:

    Looking at this from a fan’s viewpoint, IF this is proved correct , I dont see a future for Levy, Harry IS Tottenham, you dont just lose a player , you lose the identity of the club. I cannot see the fans accepting this, its a step too far for Levy to contemplate. Should the situation arise I dont think it’ll be one more season , it’ll be gone in the coming close season , whenever that is.

  5. Pail D says:

    This club should be an absolute monster,

  6. Pail D says:

    No player should need to leave Spurs to win stuff. As fella said we were a whisker from 4 different trophies, most of all what i covet above all. The league title. A couple more top players & stadium can wait. ENIC must go not Harry

  7. DannyG says:

    Hopefully we’ll have one more injury free season from him before selling. There will be no money around this summer and possibly next summer as well. Transfer values are going to get absolutely hammered.

  8. Steve KillerCushion Williams says:

    At least we have a giant american football stadium to console us all…. Note that dana white and the ufc have 3 fight nights coming up from 9th may and then the 13th and 16th. All fighters are being tested daily. Behind closed doors no messing about… The prem should be doing similar surely.

  9. James McKevitt says:

    It’s inevitable, Levy was never going to finance a team that could seriously challenge the City’s and Liverpools year in and year out. He’ll leave that to whoever buys him and Joe out. That’s his choice, and there’s little the average fan can do about it. Unfortunately for us in the Premier League era even failure is richly rewarded and owners like Levy, Kroenke, the Glazers and Mike Ashley have thick enough hides not to worry about fan criticism,and just count the money. Harry leaving will ring down the curtain on the end of an era. Mourinho brought some hope, but fate in the form of a virus has put an end to that. The stadium was going to finance a new world of trophies. Now with no crowds, no big music shows, no American football, no world heavy weight titles fights the dream is on hold, as it always seems to be be at Tottenham Hotspur football club.

  10. CowSpurs says:

    Can’t argue with any of that. I’ve been banging the same drum for years and still, my mates, supporters of other clubs think I’m being stupid for devaluing the best years the club has had in an age. A Newcastle fan said they had a similar period during the Keegan years where they won nothing. I disagreed, one big difference was Sir John Hall backed the club with his own money. Blanchflower said “football’s about the glory” and those words have been made into a joke by the club using them around the stadium. Where is the glory in selling the best homegrown player since Hoddle? Since 2015 we could have won the lot and all it would have taken was a bit of ambition by the charlatans at ENIC. Now, we have to start again.

  11. Billy the yid says:

    I for one won’t hold anything but respect for the man. He’s been a fabulous player, a great example for any young kid to aspire to, and neither of the two currencies that professional players deal in will be available at the shopping centre. Those being his real value in terms of wages and trophies. Do love the fact there’s some deluded people out there think therss some kind of hope here. I’ll always go down the high road for a beer with my mates, but therss not a hope I’ll ever put a penny into those scumbags who have ruined something that was so nearly so good. Winkers

    • Jonathan Hurst says:

      No.1 awesome avoidance of the censorship in the end there!!!

      No.2 every transfer season when the rumours start we could sat no hes one of our own and for most that is true this man is about as loyal as a footballer can be in today’s world!

      This isnt harry leaving spurs! Levy walked him out the door and said leave hoping he was bluffing!

      He said it clearly “as long as the club matches my ambition!” If he has decided to leave anyone who is deluded enough to think levy has any ambition other than financial is kidding themselves

      He got himself a worldclass player with the loyalty of gerrard and has crushed him like he has crushed so many fans hopes

      To dare is too dear for mr levy and it hurts

      • Billy the yid says:

        Win win for the rat. Kane says I’m off he blags it that he tried to keep him. And he bags 150m plus for a lad who cost nothing. He stays which if kane has any sense won’t happen and he keeps the best striker in the world. I find it utterly mind blowing that there are people out there who can’t separate hating enic and loving spurs. It’s not a difficult concept. Anyone who bought a season ticket recently has put more money into the club than enic. Let that sink in. Anything spent has been generated by sales of whatever, no help from them. And now as they all used to cry we don’t want to do a Leeds, is suggest we are a sight closer today than we would have been if we had stayed at home, extended the old girl, and got some quality footballers, namely full backs, and a quality centre forward, not attackers. Ps this phone is crap and the predictive txt changed it for me, that’s how it got on there🤣🤣🤣🇮🇱🇮🇱🇮🇱