Thursday, June 28, 2007
Posted by Yid (Admin) at 18:53
Monday, June 25, 2007
I try my best not to sound cocky or deluded, but then again the excitement breeds the need to mention Tottenham's chances of winning the Premiership. I am so excited about Spurs that as long as they have that mathematical chance of winning the title, I expect them to go for it based on the squad we have.
It is very simple season for Spurs, a shock display is very likely and most people should prepare themselves for it. Spurs will either really be chasing the title, good cup runs or whatever, if not that, they might even find themselves drifting down mid-table. That is how exciting Spurs are, I am really not predicting anything, all I know is that they won't finnish fifth.
Fortunately the chance of a Make season is more likely than a Break season. The scary bit however, if Spurs would fail to make it, then some players might decide to move on. Still Jol, Levy, and Commoli are good enough to find replacements, the problem however is, how much will it affect the team spirit, how will fans and players react.
I personally think, that exciting football must come first. If Tottenham score 3 or 4 goals now and then and have some good cup runs, I am more than pleased. Champions League spot is needed, but I can accept if it is not reached. However the manner on which Spurs miss out on a Champions League spot should be understandable, they should at least show that they have had a go.
What are your thoughts on the up coming Make or Break Season. Do you consider it as an Make or Break Season for Spurs....
Saturday, June 23, 2007
Darren Bent is now ready to complete his signing with Tottenham this week after snubbing a move to Liverpool, and a £75,000 a week offer from Alan Curbishley.
Martin Jol is keen that Bent will be joining Spurs this season. Jol is looking for a striker to replace Berbatov if coming off as a substitute or injured. As Martin Jol is uncertain that Robbie Keane and Jermaine Defoe cannot play with each other up-front.
Bents move may also decide on Defoe's future at Spurs. The England international has 2 years left on his contract, and has already been linked with Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea.
Posted by Yid (Admin) at 17:56
Sunday, June 17, 2007
According to 'The News Of The World', Darren Bent has snubbed a move to Liverpool in favour to join Spurs.
The Charlton Striker has already rejected a £17 million offer to West Ham United and Martin Jol is confident that Charlton will except a £12 million bid for the 23 year old who is expected to sign within the next 24 hours with Tottenham for this season.
Rafa Benitez is keen to strengthen his squad this season with a new striker. Benitez has already been linked with Samuel Eto'o. But, Darren Bent is happy to stay in London.
Posted by Yid (Admin) at 14:29
Saturday, June 16, 2007
Tottenham are still interested in signing Christian Wilhelmsson, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
Wilhelmsson was on loan to Italian giants, Roma from Nantes in 2006, Who were relegated last season from Ligue 1.
The Swedish winger is happy to stay at Roma, But Wilhelmsson's agent has claimed Spurs have shown interest.
"There could be an extension to the loan but there have been several clubs who have shown a real interest," his agent Italian agent Mino Raiola told the Sun.
"One of those clubs is Tottenham. Roma want to keep him but the final decision is for Nantes."
Posted by Yid (Admin) at 13:39
Friday, June 15, 2007
Darren Bent has turned down West Ham. Leaving Tottenham in pole position to bid for the Charlton Athletic striker after the Championship clubs relegation has been confirmed.
Charlton chief executive Peter Varney told his club's official website on Thursday: "We set a valuation for Darren and West Ham were the only club prepared to meet that valuation.
"This morning we gave them permission to speak to Darren, which he did, and he has decided not to join West Ham.
"We therefore look forward to Darren starting with us in the Championship next season, which is a massive boost to our chance of returning to the Premier League."
A West Ham spokesman confirmed the deal was not moving forward, adding: "A fee had been agreed between West Ham and Charlton but it was not possible to reach an agreement with the player.
"West Ham have been considering a number of options in terms of a new striker for the club and will now be pursuing alternatives."
Posted by Yid (Admin) at 07:38
Thursday, June 14, 2007
Spurs will face Championship winners Sunderland on the opening day of the season on the 11th August 2007.
Tom Huddlestone could also feature against his former club 'Derby County' this season who one the playoffs at The New Wembley Stadium against West Bromich Albion.
Tottenham will Also play North London Rivals 'Arsenal' on the 15 September 2007.
Spurs haven't beaten Arsenal since 1999 with a 2-1 win at White Hart Lane. But, will be looking to set the record on track right by a win against the Gunners this season.
Other London derbys with Tottenham's first game against West Ham, will be played on the 24th November 2007. Tottenham will also appear against Chelsea at Stamford bridge in their first premiership game against the blues on 12th January 2008.
Posted by Yid (Admin) at 19:00