Date: 7th April 2019 at 8:11am
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Sonny has become a phenomenon at Tottenham. Initially brought as the the 8th man from the ‘Magnificent 7’ negotiations, yet the South Korean has ended up being the most valued member of those deals.

This season alone the 26 year old has scored 12 Premier League goals, 3 in our domestic cup competitions, and once in the Champions League.

Keen as a Korean butcher’s dog, Son has to date only incurred one injury (calf shin injury) during the 2018/19 season.

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  • Aside from cerebrospinal fluid, what's on your mind?

  • IsGascoignegonnahavkneweacrac April 10, 2019 at 10:58 am

    Knew Arse would drop points today. Levy absolutely lives in blag city.

    John McGinn scored 4th in 4 yesterday for Villa. Terrific goal, go look, this lad needs to be got. But Levy don’t do transfers, just relays on uncle Joes clout and the NWO stadium to get “assurances”.

  • MiT April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Mikespurs –

    He’s not given any sort of reason for Spurs fans to see it any other way. Unfortunate.

  • Mikespurs April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    I would like to think your hypothetical would make sense. Your worth 5-6 billion, why not give 500-600 mil & leave a name on a club you’ve owned for 20 years. Prob being he doesnt give a shit about us & his legacy is his children. He made his money betting against the pound then ran to the Caribbean. To be fair if I had that kind of money I wouldnt mine living on a gorgeous beach in a multi-mil home. But point being he isnt spending a penny on his home country (charitable contributions) & has not spent a penny since he bought the club for 21 mil from sugar. His legacy is with his kids, not Tottenham. Everyone complains about billion dollar owners ruining the game. We have one………he just doesnt give a shit

  • Mikespurs April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Response to mit

  • Paul April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Harry i can barely read the comments (especially the first few) as when i scroll down the ads above seem to be constantly updating and forcing the page in directions away from where i’m trying to navigate to.

    • Harry Hotspur April 10, 2019 at 10:58 am

      It’s buggered. Should be fixed today.

  • Poch under the cosh April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    The fact that he never got a run after his fantastic performances when Kane was injured cost us a lot

  • East Stand April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Even Gooners are suprised to see them firstly even in the top 4 and even more so almost level on points with us. Woolwich have been ‘let in’ by our wobble, Utd’s Maureen early season form and Chavs usual downing of tools when they don’t fancy their manager.

    Woolwich are in a largely false position…

  • MiT April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Hypothetical question for all of you.

    Joe Lewis is in the stage of life where one’s focus turns to a legacy.

    Wiping 400M of debt off of the new stadium in exchange for the “Joseph Lewis Stadium” moniker to be displayed years after one’s death would be quite a legacy to be left. A lot of upside ‘potential’ on both the London stage and on the World stage. I took care with ‘potential’, to be interpreted within one’s own personal perception.

    How would each of you feel about a “Joseph Lewis Stadium” as opposed to a Google Nike Bank Bowl ?

    I honestly struggle a bit with it. I could live with it, but there would always be great hesitation in my acknowledgement of it.

    I have read a bit about Mr. Lewis, and much of it leaves a lot of questions. He has been involved in a lot of heavily controversial dealings and actions that lend to a very mafioso type of picture. However, there would be no denying the huge level of benefit to the club.

    A huge hypothetical, mind you once again. Something like this would take a huge change in a tiger’s stripes… which generally just does not happen.

    I simply find it to be an interesting way for a man to truly leave a legacy behind. However, which is more palatable between being named for a corporate whore in gaudy makeup, or being named for an individual perceived by many as a greed-driven, currency manipulating land grabber ?

    Hopefully “NWHL” will tend to stick in common conversation regardless of any naming rights.

    James Hoffa School of Ethics and Diplomacy, anyone ?

  • Spurswizard April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Son wasn’t one of the 7

    • Harry Hotspur April 10, 2019 at 10:58 am

      He was the 8th.

  • MrChickenHead April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Someone stole the video.

  • Eddie April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    I agree he was somewhat unfairly treated by Poch when he brought Kane straight back into the side after injury.Son was the main reason we had managed to stay in touch with the top two and since then we have dropped so many points we now look in danger of not making CL qualification.Kane being so single minded has been to our detriment and Poch should have been stronger in managing that situation.

  • Eddie April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    To be honest Arse’s away form is awful and Everton’s has picked so no great surprise.A quick look at the stats and you see the Arse were shit,it could have been a lot worse.Anyway all good for us.

  • MrChickenHead April 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    No wonder they want to leave.

    Top Earners Per Week

    Kane – £200,000

    Dele – £150,000
    Son – £140,000

    Lloris – £100,000
    Lamela – £100,000
    Vertonghen – £100,000

    Sissoko – £95,000
    Moura – £75,000
    Alderweireld £75,000
    Llorente £75,000
    Sanchez – £70,000
    Dier £70,000
    Eriksen – £70,00

  • East Stand April 8, 2019 at 9:25 am

    Even Gooners are suprised to see them firstly even in the top 4 and even more so almost level on points with us. Woolwich have been ‘let in’ by our wobble, Utd’s Maureen early season form and Chavs usual downing of tools when they don’t fancy their manager.

    Woolwich are in a largely false position…

  • MiT April 8, 2019 at 5:57 am

    Mikespurs –

    He’s not given any sort of reason for Spurs fans to see it any other way. Unfortunate.

  • Spurswizard April 8, 2019 at 12:48 am

    Son wasn’t one of the 7

    • Harry Hotspur April 8, 2019 at 7:56 am

      He was the 8th.

  • Paul April 8, 2019 at 12:38 am

    Harry i can barely read the comments (especially the first few) as when i scroll down the ads above seem to be constantly updating and forcing the page in directions away from where i’m trying to navigate to.

    • Harry Hotspur April 8, 2019 at 7:57 am

      It’s buggered. Should be fixed today.

  • Mikespurs April 7, 2019 at 10:03 pm

    Response to mit

  • Mikespurs April 7, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    I would like to think your hypothetical would make sense. Your worth 5-6 billion, why not give 500-600 mil & leave a name on a club you’ve owned for 20 years. Prob being he doesnt give a shit about us & his legacy is his children. He made his money betting against the pound then ran to the Caribbean. To be fair if I had that kind of money I wouldnt mine living on a gorgeous beach in a multi-mil home. But point being he isnt spending a penny on his home country (charitable contributions) & has not spent a penny since he bought the club for 21 mil from sugar. His legacy is with his kids, not Tottenham. Everyone complains about billion dollar owners ruining the game. We have one………he just doesnt give a shit

  • MrChickenHead April 7, 2019 at 9:45 pm

    No wonder they want to leave.

    Top Earners Per Week

    Kane – £200,000

    Dele – £150,000
    Son – £140,000

    Lloris – £100,000
    Lamela – £100,000
    Vertonghen – £100,000

    Sissoko – £95,000
    Moura – £75,000
    Alderweireld £75,000
    Llorente £75,000
    Sanchez – £70,000
    Dier £70,000
    Eriksen – £70,00

  • MrChickenHead April 7, 2019 at 9:35 pm

    Someone stole the video.

  • MiT April 7, 2019 at 6:39 pm

    Hypothetical question for all of you.

    Joe Lewis is in the stage of life where one’s focus turns to a legacy.

    Wiping 400M of debt off of the new stadium in exchange for the “Joseph Lewis Stadium” moniker to be displayed years after one’s death would be quite a legacy to be left. A lot of upside ‘potential’ on both the London stage and on the World stage. I took care with ‘potential’, to be interpreted within one’s own personal perception.

    How would each of you feel about a “Joseph Lewis Stadium” as opposed to a Google Nike Bank Bowl ?

    I honestly struggle a bit with it. I could live with it, but there would always be great hesitation in my acknowledgement of it.

    I have read a bit about Mr. Lewis, and much of it leaves a lot of questions. He has been involved in a lot of heavily controversial dealings and actions that lend to a very mafioso type of picture. However, there would be no denying the huge level of benefit to the club.

    A huge hypothetical, mind you once again. Something like this would take a huge change in a tiger’s stripes… which generally just does not happen.

    I simply find it to be an interesting way for a man to truly leave a legacy behind. However, which is more palatable between being named for a corporate whore in gaudy makeup, or being named for an individual perceived by many as a greed-driven, currency manipulating land grabber ?

    Hopefully “NWHL” will tend to stick in common conversation regardless of any naming rights.

    James Hoffa School of Ethics and Diplomacy, anyone ?

  • Eddie April 7, 2019 at 6:05 pm

    To be honest Arse’s away form is awful and Everton’s has picked so no great surprise.A quick look at the stats and you see the Arse were shit,it could have been a lot worse.Anyway all good for us.

  • IsGascoignegonnahavkneweacrac April 7, 2019 at 2:24 pm

    Knew Arse would drop points today. Levy absolutely lives in blag city.

    John McGinn scored 4th in 4 yesterday for Villa. Terrific goal, go look, this lad needs to be got. But Levy don’t do transfers, just relays on uncle Joes clout and the NWO stadium to get “assurances”.

  • Eddie April 7, 2019 at 1:13 pm

    I agree he was somewhat unfairly treated by Poch when he brought Kane straight back into the side after injury.Son was the main reason we had managed to stay in touch with the top two and since then we have dropped so many points we now look in danger of not making CL qualification.Kane being so single minded has been to our detriment and Poch should have been stronger in managing that situation.

  • Poch under the cosh April 7, 2019 at 9:07 am

    The fact that he never got a run after his fantastic performances when Kane was injured cost us a lot