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Re: Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 2014 / 2015

Post by rosenthal on Sat Aug 02, 2014 9:42 pm

On paper I think Holtby will be considered as a right midfielder under Pochettino.
2 holding midfielders for the team to be raised upon, attacking full backs, a trio behind the lone striker.
That seem to be Pochettino's way. The attacking midfielder on the left seem to link up a triangle with the striker and the support striker - while the one on the right seem to tuck in more and form a trio together with the holding midfielders to create numbers in the middle.

The question is what role Eriksen will take, as we've mostly used our wingers (Townsend and Lennon) in one of the "wide" roles. While Eriksen haven't played that much.
Will Eriksen compete with Lamela, take Holtby's place, or will we drop the wingers and play Eriksen left?

One thing's for sure, there'll be a lot of movement and positional change from the attacking players during the games under Pochettino.

With Lloris and Vertonghen guaranteed their place, and Walker most likely a secure place as well, this is what I'd assume we'll line up with taking the pre season under consideration. Ryan Mason the surprise inclusion.


Soldado
Eriksen - Lamela - Holtby
Capoue - Mason
Rose - Vertonghen - Kaboul - Walker
Lloris
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Post by blutgraetsche on Sun Aug 03, 2014 12:22 am

Do you need a quality fullback? Yes, im selfish, but I really think that Holtby could become an excellent "playmaker like" fullback in the mould of Lahm, who started his career as a midfielder, too (and now plays in midfield again for Bayern). Holtby is intelligent, he is a good passer and he has pace and stamina. Lahm usually has the most ball contacts in his team, no matter where he plays. Someone like him, initiating buildups, overlapping with players like Eriksen. Could work. He'd need to learn positioning and improve his defensive game, but I think he could do that.

If not, just play him on any position in midfield where there is a need.
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Post by Isco Benny on Sun Aug 03, 2014 3:41 am

Not a bad idea in theory, dont think he's strong enough as a tackler though. Not sure about his tactical discipline either, although he hasnt had the opportunity yet to work under a coach who both values tactical nous and him together.

Think Rosenthal is spot on with where he will start the season. Time will tell if he remains there, his usefulness in variety of positions is also his archilles heel currently. As Louis Walsh would say, he needs to make de song his own.


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Post by stinger on Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:45 pm

Based on reports close to Villarreal you will buy Musacchio sooner than later. Yellow Submarine already is looking for replacement.

Edit: or maybe not so easily:

VillarrealUSA wrote:Villarreal don't want to part with Musacchio now, and have made it clear they want €15m themselves for him (based on the idea his release clause is €50m, and Villarreal gets about a third of the proceeds).  The problem is his agent owns some of his rights (about a third) and the remaining third is in dispute between River Plate and Villarreal.

Musacchio would certainly make more salary at Tottenham, but it is really going to be hard for him to move there unless his agent and River Plate are willing to take huge cuts in their payments.   The latest word from London is Spurs owner Daniel Levy is willing to wait and see what happens (on the theory that prices drop as clubs want to move players).

The key question here is whether Musacchio really wants to leave now, or is happy to play in Vila-real another year and see what happens. If he really wants to go to Spurs, he has to put pressure directly on his agent, and indirectly to River, to let him leave. Otherwise, he is pretty much going to stay here until Villarreal and River Plate can agree on how the transfer fee should be shared.

If Mateo leaves, we clearly need a replacement, and Maicon (Porto) has been talked about for the last month or two.
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Post by Jaime on Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:23 pm

Heard you are signing Depay.
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Post by bluenine on Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:31 pm

rosenthal wrote:

Soldado
Eriksen - Lamela - Holtby
Capoue - Mason
Rose - Vertonghen - Kaboul - Walker
Lloris

Doesn't make sense upfront. Lamela has only proven his worth at Roma as a winger, ideally right wing, why play him centrally when Eriksen is a better AM anyways?
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Post by Deluded F*ck™ on Thu Aug 07, 2014 1:22 pm

@ Blue lots of Rotation will be involved (as we've seen in the friendlies) and Lamela is a superior athlete to Eriksen, so being in the middle helps him lead the "1st wave" of the pressure game.
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Post by rosenthal on Sat Aug 09, 2014 3:15 pm

There'll be a lot of positional change in the attacking position, don't think about it so much as who play the most in the middle as who play furthest upfield close to the striker.
Lamela was considered Totti's heir at Roma btw, only reason he played wide was because of Totti.
This is how we've lined up in pre season, but Eriksen wasn't that heavily involved so it remain to be seen how we line up when Eriksen is regulary available for selection.

Schalke today at White Hart Lane, kick off 17:30 local time.
Game will be streamed on Spurs TV for those with access, and I know it's on some international tv channels so should be streams out there, haven't checked if english tv sends it.
Spurs will wear the new third kit released today.
From what Pochettino's said, 10 players will be in training to get fit for the season in stead of playing today. Most of them are the World Cup players (except Lloris who go stright into the team, and Bentaleb who made an effort to be back early), guess they will start the season as our Europa League team and play the play off games against AEL Limassol

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Post by rosenthal on Sat Aug 09, 2014 8:52 pm

Spurs - Schalke 2-1 Adebayor, Soldado. Prince Boateng.



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Post by Isco Benny on Thu Aug 14, 2014 12:09 am

From F365. Me likey Ale

Tottenham: Can Pochettino Raise The Runt Of The Elite?
In a club of exactly one, Tottenham are very much the sixth club in the country right now. Mauricio Pochettino is charged with the task of bucking the numbers...

LAST SEASON
Premier League 6th, 69pts, +4 GD Europa League Last 16 FA Cup Third round League Cup Quarter-finals Top league scorer Emmanuel Adebayor 11 Bookings 65 (7th=) with four red cards

Manager Mauricio Pochettino (since May 2014; age 42) Odds on being first out of his job 25-1 (9th=)

Players in Ben Davies (Swansea, £8m plus swap), Michel Vorm (Swansea, £4.5m), Eric Dier (Sporting Lisbon, £4m).

Players out Jake Livermore (Hull, £8m), Iago Falque (Genoa, £4m), Heurelho Gomes (Watford, free), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea, swap), Grant Hall (Birmingham, loan), Alex Pritchard (Brentford, free), Kenny McEvoy (Peterborough, free), Shaquile Coulthirst (Southend, loan), Jordan Archer (Northampton, loan).

Club turnover in 2012-13 £147m, 6th

Wage bill in 2012-13 £96m, 6th

Six, six, six. Not the number of the beast (unless you support Arsenal) but the number, three times, of Tottenham last season. No. 6 was their ranking in terms of turnover, No. 6 their ranking in terms of player wages, No. 6 where they finished in the table.

True, the exact financial figures quoted come from 2012-13, but Spurs are in a category of one: only someone newly armed with an oligarch can overtake them and only someone stripped of their sugar daddy will fall behind. So in one reading, at least, Daniel Levy got what he paid for in a season when he disposed of one manager and one wannabe. And that is the challenge for Mauricio Pochettino.

Of course, one of the big financial five plummeted from first to seventh and Everton exploited the poor show of their former manager at Manchester United and Tottenham's inconsistency. Levy believes that over-performance is possible; he has had it before, with Harry Redknapp's top-four finishes, and the evidence is there of others. As well as Everton rising to fifth on the ninth biggest budget, Liverpool were up to second with the fifth highest wages, having previously underperformed for a few years.

The truth of money at the top is that you need a lot of it to get there but there is a law of diminishing returns: obviously enough, £5m spent to improve a £10m team will have far more effect than the same amount on a £100m team, or a £200m team. You can only field 11 players at a time and 14 in a game; standing firm against any further increase in the number of substitutes is an absolute must for the authorities. Levy and others see that provided you are far enough clear of the middle then you can tilt at the top, or at least at that dotted line under the fourth team that usually offers a Champions League play-off.

Andre Villas-Boas was not sacked just because the table suggested such a challenge was unlikely, but because of the manner of the failure: the embarrassments against Manchester City and Liverpool. Levy was probably rationally sympathetic to the Portuguese, faced with replacing Gareth Bale, but the chairman was emotionally stung by the 11 strikes at his heart in those two games.

Mention of Bale brings to mind the jokes about how Spurs went about the rebuilding job, such as the one about them selling an iPhone and then buying items to perform its different functions. Yet it is worth reflecting that none of last summer's purchases - Torch Soldado, MP3 Player Eriksen, Camera Lamela, Phone Paulinho, Pager Capoue, Fax Machine Chiriches, Diary Chadli - has been sold yet, despite speculation that many of them (and a clutch of others) are available. Integrating so many players into the team at once would have been hard enough had they all been accustomed to the Premier League; all should be sufficiently adjusted now to perform as they would hope. It was also unfortunate for the Portuguese that the signing who shone the brightest, Eriksen, did not play for a month from November 10, injured for the City game and not match-fit to face Liverpool.

Villas-Boas could have, should have played a more cautious game against the leading sides, because his team were not ready to take them on. Now, for Pochettino, those that remain should have reached that stage. Even Erik Lamela, after only three league starts and six games off the bench, will be better prepared. Ben Davies and Michel Vorm come from Swansea and will not have that adjustment to make. Eric Dier, a £4m centre-back from Sporting Lisbon, is the only significant import to date. Loic Remy, a possible signing from QPR with Andros Townsend and Harry Kane wanted by Harry Redknapp, is a proven Premier League goalscorer.

Tottenham start the season with two derbies, initially at West Ham on Saturday before hosting QPR the following Sunday. Seven days later, Liverpool are the visitors. In September, Spurs visit Sunderland and host West Brom before making the short journey to the Emirates. It is a reasonably balanced programme for a club a third of the way down the table: two games against opponents beneath them last season and one above, then a repeat of the pattern. By the end of September, we should have a decent idea of where Spurs stand.

The new stadium in 2017 should help narrow the financial gap. What attracted Levy to Pochettino as a manager to get them there? Despite the substantial investment that separates them from the 14 sides below, Spurs are the lightest heavyweight, the runt of the elite. They need an individual, player or manager, who can lift a side above the level indicated by their wage bill, and after Pochettino took over from Nigel Adkins Southampton came 14th in 2013 with the 18th biggest salary spend, and the latter placing will not have changed too much en route to eighth in May. If the Argentinian can lift Spurs just two places then Levy's eyes, stuck in that stone-cold stare after the Liverpool defeat, will be warm and smiling.

Philip Cornwall
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Post by rosenthal on Thu Aug 14, 2014 12:56 am

DeAndre Yedlin has signed, will join in 2015

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Post by Isco Benny on Sat Aug 16, 2014 12:47 am

Farkin Hell, forgot just how good Fatty was for us. Such a good montage.


Rafael Van Der Vaart's 28 goals for Tottenham... by Nicholas_Middleton

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Post by 110% on Fri Aug 22, 2014 9:26 am

Highlights:
https://vid.me/53p

I'd like to say I called it on harry kane, future England star Wink
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Post by Deluded F*ck™ on Sun Aug 24, 2014 5:01 pm

How the eff have I not seen this before?



lol!  LLama lol!
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Post by Isco Benny on Mon Aug 25, 2014 12:11 am

The 48 pass move for the third.

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Post by Deluded F*ck™ on Tue Aug 26, 2014 7:43 pm

HULL MOVE FOR DAWSON AGREED

Posted by Tottenham Hotspur on 26 August 2014  - 18:45




We have reached agreement with Hull City for the permanent transfer of Michael Dawson.

Michael arrived from Nottingham Forest as a 21-year-old in January, 2005 and went on to make 324 appearances in our colours, scoring 10 goals.

The central defender was the obvious choice to take over as Club Captain following Ledley King's retirement and he also won four caps for England during his time with the Club.

Chairman Daniel Levy said: "Michael has been an outstanding Club representative both on and off the field throughout the nine-and-a-half years he has served our football club.

"He has always given everything for the Spurs shirt - just one of the reasons he is so deservedly popular throughout the Club with teammates, staff and fans alike.

"His contribution cannot be under-estimated. He has been a fantastic individual and personality and a great influence on our younger players, for whom he always found time. We wish him the best of luck in the next chapter of his career."

Michael added: "I have been here for almost a decade and have loved every minute of it.

"I would like to say thank you to everyone at the Club, including the supporters. We have enjoyed some incredible moments together and I hope the Club continues to move forward in the future."

Everybody at the Club wishes Michael every success for the future and he will always be welcome at the Lane.

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Sad, but we had to move on.
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Post by Kimbo on Tue Aug 26, 2014 7:59 pm

We should have bid for him, our CB situation is a joke.
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Post by Deluded F*ck™ on Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:12 pm



We are delighted to announce that we have completed the transfer of Federico Fazio from Sevilla.

The Argentina international has joined us on a four-year contract.

The central defender, who was part of the Argentina sides that won the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in 2007 and Olympic gold in Beijing in 2008, began his career in his homeland with Ferro Carril Oeste before joining Sevilla in 2007.

Capped twice at full international level, Fazio went on to make 194 appearances for the La Liga side and was also a key member of their Europa League winning team last season, beating Benfica on penalties in the final in Turin.
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Post by Jaime on Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:17 pm

Fazio was always a good footballer but he's turned into a pretty good defender. Think he'll be pretty good for you. Big loss for Sevilla. Don't see who they are going to get to replace him at this stage.
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Post by christmasborocooper on Fri Aug 29, 2014 3:15 pm

Ryan Fredericks?
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Post by Deluded F*ck™ on Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:48 am

Net transfer spend in the last 4 years:

Manchester United -£260,150,000
Chelsea -£202,609,000
Manchester City -£178,550,000
Liverpool -£119,950,000
Arsenal -£79,925,000

Spurs +£45,650,000

Add in the wages difference, and you can see the issue here.

Nobody at the club should talk about top 4 or building towards a title until they put their money where their mouth is.

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Post by 110% on Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:59 am

Deluded F*ck™ wrote:Net transfer spend in the last 4 years:

Manchester United -£260,150,000
Chelsea -£202,609,000
Manchester City -£178,550,000
Liverpool -£119,950,000
Arsenal -£79,925,000

Spurs +£45,650,000

Add in the wages difference, and you can see the issue here.

Nobody at the club should talk about top 4 or building towards a title until they put their money where their mouth is.

I think it was just getting rid of Harry that did that to your net spend. Wonder's what QPR's net spend looks like:
http://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/mar/06/qpr-debt-177m-report-premier-league-relegation


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Post by RedDevil on Tue Sep 02, 2014 7:45 pm

Same old spurs.

Players like dier and bentaleb won't cut it.
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Post by Isco Benny on Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:14 pm

RedDevil wrote:Same old spurs.

Players like dier and bentaleb won't cut it.

What?
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Post by Super Progress on Wed Sep 03, 2014 10:14 am

How could you miss out on Welbeck? I don't get it at all. Tottenham should have signed up way before Arsenal even got a sniff at him. Since you were after him I assume there was a recognition that a striker was needed so why wait until the last day and with no back up?
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Post by Deluded F*ck™ on Wed Sep 03, 2014 11:06 am

Because the club could not move Soldado out.

It's clear to me that the club isn't interested in investing serious money in the team (see my above post).

New Stadium is the priority of Levy & the board.

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Post by 110% on Wed Sep 03, 2014 12:01 pm

Maybe Welbeck himself wanted to go to a team in the CL?
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Post by RedDevil on Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:59 pm

Isco Benny wrote:
RedDevil wrote:Same old spurs.

Players like dier and bentaleb won't cut it.

What?

U keep buying crap players. That's why u don't win the league and u get thrashed at home by loserpool.
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Post by Isco Benny on Wed Sep 03, 2014 7:20 pm

RedDevil wrote:
Isco Benny wrote:
RedDevil wrote:Same old spurs.

Players like dier and bentaleb won't cut it.

What?

U keep buying crap players. That's why u don't win the league and u get thrashed at home by loserpool.

We didn't buy Bentaleb, he's a youth prospect. Dier has also been surprisingly good in his short PL career to date, nothing at all to suggest he's crap. So I guess the reason I asked 'what?' was because it seemed like a rather strange choice of players to single out when you could have had say, Nacer Chadli or Paulinho.

I'd also like to expand and respond in more depth to your point, as well thought out as it seems.

1) If we keep buying crap players, how is it that one of those players we bought we sold for a World Record fee? I'd say our problem isn't we keep buying crap players, it's that we keep selling our best ones, hence why we are also in massive profit in terms of purchases VS sales.

2) The reason we don't win the league is because we have the 6th highest revenues in the league, the 6th largest wage bill and the lowest net spend. The teams who win the league haven't dropped below the top 1-3 of each of those key indicators since probably Blackburn in the 90's

3) The reason we get thrashed at home by Liverpool is because they have an excellent manager who has had three seasons to build his team and philosophy, and in that time acquired some excellent players for that philosophy. We've had 3 different managers in less than a year, all contrasting styles, with players who haven't necessarily fitted each style along the way.

So really, I would suggest the right response is 'you keep selling your best players and sacking your managers', with some reference to not being able to compete financially with the very top clubs.
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Post by RedDevil on Wed Sep 03, 2014 7:54 pm

Thanks for the essay dickhead!

According to Wikipedia bentaleb was bought from Dunkirk. Dier was rubbish against Liverpool and just coz he scored against west ham doesn't make him great.

Perhaps you should keep a manager for longer than 1 year?? And perhaps you shouldn't sell your best player and buy 10 mediocre players with that money ?

Financially you can compete with anyone. You're a Jewish club ffs

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