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We’ll Miss Him When He’s Gone: £80M+ Rated Star Put A Proper Shift In Against The Hammers
By Harry Hotspur -

I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say that Heung-Min Son is a universally loved character within the Tottenham fanbase. Likeable and supremely talented, the South Korean’s entire disposition has people warming to him, whoever you speak to. Transfermarkt currently value Son at £81million, which may not entirely thrill Daniel Levy, however, this is a bed of our illustrious leader’s own making.

A source close to the club recently advised me that both Sonny and Harry Kane were considering their positions at Spurs, in the last 24hours, further depressing news has come my way, namely that Heung-Min Son has been politely declining contract extension talks since before Pochettino left the building. Kane is 28 in July and Sonny is actually 29 in the same month.

Against West Ham, Sonny did well. Here are some examples of the boy’s work against those canny *EastEnder bleeps*.

3 shots assists

3 dribbles

2 crosses

My fear is that Son and Kane have run out of steam, not for football, but for Levy, and the entire time expired nonsense.

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Tappaspur
Tappaspur
3 hours ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

Banters brilliant. It’s when people start getting personal it turns ugly. If a fan wants to “happy clapper” his team he should be allowed to do so. It doesn’t make him “naive waiting for fish” him jus love him club.

Steve
Steve
7 hours ago

Even as a Hammer, I appreciate Son……Completely likeable. Legit.

But if you think he had a good game against us, you’re kiddign yourself. Nothign happened at all down his side of the pitch, Coufal locked him up. Everything of significance the Spurs did was down the right side.

Love him…..but no, this was probably one of the most average games I’ve seen him play.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
10 hours ago

Transfer tavern rehashing your Son and Kane ITK… I never knew Son was refusing to sign. Looking at his contract he’s on 140k a week until he’s 31. So he obviously is… All is not well if he wants out… If Kane decides he also wants out then we are f****ed.

Last edited 4 hours ago by Harry Hotspur
Pablito
Pablito
14 hours ago

You can die of starvation waiting for jam tomorrow. Sonny and Harry have no intention of dying of starvation.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
15 hours ago

He is one of the most popular celebrities in South Korea if not the most popular, probably makes more money from outside interests than he does at Spurs. He owes Levy nothing and can probably walk when he likes.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
15 hours ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

I had to look this up 😆 He came in top ten in Korea, number 9th power celebrity according to forbes.. This is really high though in a country that loves girl pop bands and actors… Some of those Korean girls are proper little firecrackers. Hot.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
16 hours ago

Off topic, anyone see the reaction to the Aus tennis president speaking at the Australian open, when she starting mentioning vaccines and the state of Victoria she was overwhelmed by boos and jeers and had to stop….
THATS why they don’t want fans back in.

Last edited 16 hours ago by Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
16 hours ago

Him leaving will hurt Levy right where it hurts him most. His deep pockets. Attendances will drop significantly a will the match day merch sales without our illustrious Korean. Double whammy if one our own goes at the same time.

Reap what you sow.

Selsey Bill
Selsey Bill
16 hours ago

Gareth has told him what a great feeder club Tottenham are.
p.s. didnt think he was good at all yesterday
watch him turn away from Bowen

Tony Pezzolesi
Tony Pezzolesi
16 hours ago

As a West Ham fan, Son is the player I fear the most from Spurs. Fantastic work rate, pace and finishing. Luckily Coufal managed to keep him relatively quiet yesterday

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
15 hours ago
Reply to  Tony Pezzolesi

Your lot played well man.. Moyes is doing a good job.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
15 hours ago
Reply to  Tony Pezzolesi

When’s your rent due?🌚

Zinchencko
Zinchencko
14 hours ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

Paying less than you xx

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
5 hours ago
Reply to  Zinchencko

For a stadium you’ll never own.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
13 hours ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

😆 When’s ours? What about the Emirates too? If the gooners are still paying… Their stadium is now considered old fashioned, apparently.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
5 hours ago

Tape deck stadium. Analogue.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
3 hours ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

Renting is never good. Especially if you plan on staying there for 100 years +

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
3 hours ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

Oh the other lot. I don’t like their stadium. Plus it can’t earn. Plus plus it’s built on an old Islington rubbish dump. Appt

Paddio
Paddio
17 hours ago

Sonny is a streak player, he works all the time but performances does blow a bit hot and cold a few matches in a row.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
15 hours ago
Reply to  Paddio

Agreed.. He always tries bless him.. He’s world class in a counter attack. Running with the ball directly at goal from deep, or latching on to through balls or balls over the top. He’s formidable when defenders are back peddling or running back towards their own goal. If opponents have a high press then this suits him….. Now when the opposition set up with a mid or low block, and have men behind the ball, then this is when he struggles. When we have to play through a team, playmake, take the ball past people then he’s found wanting. He holds on to the ball for too long and alot of sideways and backwards and no risk, useless balls. He doesn’t have a key pass in him. I know he’s an attacker but he can’t defend at all… To be truely world class then he needs to sort his consistency out, and turn it on in the big games like finals…. I really hope he stays. Selling our best players in their prime is no good at all.

Notontheshelf
Notontheshelf
40 seconds ago

Agreed. Very eye-catching when it works.
Watch his Amazon documentary to understand how his upbringing has stunted his game.