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Watch some of Tottenham Ligue 1 target Martin Terrier’s 21/22 season goals
By Harry Hotspur -

Martin Terrier has been linked with a move to Tottenham, and if the rumored price tag of just £14million or so is to be believed, then this is a player that is likely to attract a fair amount of interest.

21 goals in and 4 assists from 36 appearances is rather respectable form in any division, and here comes the ‘but’ moment. Ligue 1 has been a mixed hunting ground for Premier League sides, and the last thing Spurs need is to get entangled in another Tanguy Ndombele situation where due diligence is bewilderingly overlooked.

As you can see from the tape, the boy’s an assured finisher with a cultured touch on him.

I take a view, there’s a tonne of room for him at Spurs and someone needs to sit down with Harry Kane and tell him he needs to pick his games. The obsession with playing every game is admirable, but it needs to be reigned in. Perhaps there is nobody at Hotspur Way with the required minerals?

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Paddio
Paddio
1 month ago

Is he more Sonny’s cover?

Brick Top
Brick Top
1 month ago

He’s from a joke league. My bet is he’s another Janssen. I’d rather go for Sesko or Scamacca

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago

If we do go for the lad – a loan only please, remember Soldado, Janssen and Vinicious (also a loan). No more outright buys for strikers, too many of them flop in the PL.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago

You can’t buy or loan a player, bench him for months, then moan when they don’t come good.

Soldado in particular came to us with a glowing reputation. We ruined him. Why we never played him and Kane as a strike partnership baffles me to this day. But that was Poch. He over trained and overplayed most of not all his first choices.

Brick Top
Brick Top
1 month ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

Soldado played as a lone striker under AVB, hence why he was ruined. Though he seemed a bit soft, and like Lo Celso, needed too much time on the ball

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Brick Top

So few adapt to our fast, powerful league.

Brick Top
Brick Top
1 month ago

It often boils down to vision and speed of mind. You look at players like Eriksen and David Silva, they weren’t fast or powerful per se, but still managed to dominate in the toughest league.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Brick Top

Yes, good point.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

Soldaldo was never suited to English football. Shevchenko was an unstoppable striker before he came to England but it just didn’t work out. Some players struggle with being closed down so physically compared to where they made their name, Soldaldo might have been prolific in Spain for a while but how much quality did he actually possess?

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

Yep, have to be an initial loan coming from a less competitive league.

Paul
Paul
1 month ago

HH thank you. You do know that last paragraph went over many heads and this is probably the best statement/ comment you have made all season. Kane has not miss a single minute of play since he returned to the fold This is something I have said for years including Erikssen being pounded into the ground by managers who claim they cannot do without them. The repercussions has been, we can not attract any talent at the striker position to play along side or for Harry. Llorente seems a distant memory. No agent in their right mind would advise their talent to go sit and wait for Kane to roll an ankle. Remember when Conte declared he sees the value in keeping Bergwjin under the premiss of backing up Kane. Well, no one has seen a minute at that spot but Kane. A few years ago, I said until we limit Kane to about 8o to 85 minutes per game especially those that are decided either way, then we will open up the avenue to sign a striker. Unless we go get Martinez, I do not see the trended being broken.

eddie
eddie
1 month ago

Your stats do show a respectably level of performance,but if you look at the previous two seasons it was 9 goals in 34 and at Lyon 1 goal in 23 matches.

However from what I have seen of him he is pretty mobile and works hard.He could be an ideal back up for Harry.But beqare the level of Ligue Un,Pepe looked useful before turning up at the arse.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago

Bringing in another striker is only worth it if he gets to play. Our past forays have sat on the bench for months on end, then get slated when they don’t perform. 🤷🏻‍♂️

Elevenstonedidiots
Elevenstonedidiots
1 month ago

We also need to get quality back-up for Son, somebody that Conte can trust. Going forward ‘Do a job for us Moura and Bergwjin’ won’t cut the mustard.

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