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20 Oct 2018 09:26:23
Spurs will sign Wilmar Barrios who will join the team in January to replace the departing Wanyama and Dembele if suitors can be found. Dembele is cricked with his recurring knee problems albeit my favourite player by a mile, and Wanyama isn't the force we need.

1.) 20 Oct 2018 20:01:36
All over twitter mate BUT i'll believe it when I see him holding up the shirt.



16 Jan 2018 07:52:08
It seems this window is dead as the scouting team are focussing on younger prospects.

Malcom is the only focus and a potential target, but others are interested and the price is looking prohibitive.

Brereton of Nottingham Forest is a genuine target as future backup for Kane. Potential with a loan back deal, but hardly going to help our charge on three fronts.

Maxwell Cornet of Lyon is a prospect for the future. Offers pace and attacking flair across the forward line, but with Eriksen, Son, Dele Alli, Lamela he is unlikely to get many opportunities.

Our ambition is TOP 4, we are in the Champions League and FA Cup. Sadly Levy wants to invest like a mid table team and this needs to change fast.

1.) 16 Jan 2018 18:57:22
Maxwell is not coming to us Oracle.

2.) 16 Jan 2018 18:57:57
Or Malcom.

3.) 16 Jan 2018 21:42:32
My point is even if they did, they are not the level required to win silverware. One or two of them could sign but they are prospect for the future as much as Winks, Edwards, Carter-Vickers and others already at the Club.



10 Jan 2018 22:56:14
Barkley lost, Zaha priced out, the window starting to look very quiet. Any news you can share as I have heard that Rose is even staying.

1.) 11 Jan 2018 12:55:55
Rose will leave, when a replacement is lined up ie Sessegnon.

2.) 11 Jan 2018 17:20:29
I thought Manchester United had lost interest in Rose. However as we know anything can happen in football.


Would we all be happy with No signings this window.?
Personally I feel we need to add. And add class.

3.) 11 Jan 2018 23:55:58
We need Andre Schurle, Zaha and Mousa Dembele. About as likely as Bale, Sanchez and Messi signing.

We be or two surprise additions must be lined up, as all those we were prioritising seem lost.



16 Dec 2017 09:31:21
Absolutely frenzy going on at HQ. Rumour is that January will see mega transfer activity against our normal nothingness.

Danny Rose is deal is very close with Luke Shaw coming the other way. Levy wants Shaw + £40m with Manchester United wanting to give only £20m. Somewhere between these two values lies the likely outcome.

Dele Alli will stay in January but a summer deal to Real Madrid looks to be agreed in principle. £110m transfer fee with possible player exchanges making up this price. Kovacic, Bale, Ceballos and Isco all offered as potential make weights. I have to say A Bale deal feels perfect if Levy can somehow get Madrid to part with £50m on top.

Mousa Dembele (Celtic) to sign as shock replacement for Llorente. The plan is to keep Llorente until the summer before moving him on.

Lastly and perhaps most unsurprisingly Ross Barkley will joins Spurs with the deal already completed.

Barkley, Shaw and Dembele will add real spark to the squad, and Bale and potentially Sessegnon in the summer will prepare Spurs for our new stadium.

Just surprise everyone and win the Champions League and finish top 4 again and the future will look amazing.

1.) 16 Dec 2017 19:55:13
50m plus bale for Ali. What are you actually smoking lad.

2.) 16 Dec 2017 19:57:29
If you ever want a lesson on how to regurgitate all the absolutely nonsensical lazy journalism then look no further than the article above.

3.) 17 Dec 2017 02:24:57
Spurs won’t spend a fortune in January you have a stadium to pay for! I don’t think anybody will! Maybe only arsenal to appease the fans for the inevitable loss of their two best players for free. Spurs aren’t too far behind the top 4 and are in the middle of a massive investment in the stadium so, as they aren’t in a donor die situation why would they throw money about? Let’s be hoenst when you guys have done it recently it’s not exactly worked out. You just need some of your players to step up and be counted! Ali is quickly looking like a Jack Wilshere without the injuries, a great season, believes his own hype and then runs around with a chip on his shoulder. Kane has a far better attitude and kudos to that man for it. You got sparked by city but it’s hardly the end of the world, they’re spanning most teams.

4.) 17 Dec 2017 22:59:06
I said about a year ago that Kane will be valued at 200m when you factor in Levy. CIES observatory who are unbelievably accurate value him at 160m at the moment and Alli at 155m. I guarantee anyone that neither of these players will be sold as written above.

If Rose does go to Utd which I doubt would happen in January I would expect spurs to want Martial, a long time target, in the deal.

5.) 18 Dec 2017 08:38:48
Johnbarnesleftpeg did you pass maths at O’Level? Rose with Shaw is £20m. Dele Alli in the summer is Bale + £50m. Celtic’s Mousa Dembele and Ross Barkley on the cheap are hardly £70m are they?

So our net spend would be nothing!

I agree with the Martial comment. Perhaps Shaw and Martial for Rose is a great deal for both clubs. Real competition for Son on LAM would bring real fire to the midfield.

Our need for English players would be covered by Shaw, potentially Sessegnon and Barkley.

6.) 18 Dec 2017 12:26:15
How are you going to pay Bales wages within your right structure, he on about £300k a week.

7.) 18 Dec 2017 20:59:56
NO o levels are for old people :) and your numbers you’ve pulled out of your anus, what I said was entirely true and because you randomly post about some ‘frenzy’ at your imaginary HQ, does not make your opinion any more than mine. Mine is however more likely. Anyway enjoy your day I’m sure the HQ is hectic today it’s almost January! Goodluck lads for the CL, one of us English teams can score the cup.

8.) 19 Dec 2017 10:46:24
Oracle, Shaw and martial for rose, you are on the smoke, I would swap Shaw for rose and that would be a good deal, somewhere inside Shaw there's a top lb.

9.) 25 Dec 2017 13:49:27
I couldn't stop laughing at this guys post. I suppose it was a banter post, surely is having a laugh. How about messi plus 40 mill for ali?

10.) 26 Dec 2017 21:20:57
Hey Cfcshak, being a Chelsea fan you would know all about bargains wouldn't you!

11.) 27 Dec 2017 22:32:41
Ellis Azpi £7.5m, Hazard £32m, Christensen free, Kante 32m, do you not call those players bargains?

12.) 29 Dec 2017 22:56:09
Morata, Luiz? Spend spend spend.

13.) 03 Jan 2018 10:36:05
Ellis had you done your research you would realise the following,

Azpi - bargain
Cahill - bargain
Christensen - bargain
Kante - bargain
Hazard - bargain
Pedro - bargain
Willian - bargain
Costa - bargain
Moses - bargain
Alonso - bargain
Courtois - bargain

Sorry to say mate but none of the above broke the bank and are responsonle for winning the league the last two times out of 3.

14.) 03 Jan 2018 17:15:46
Self sufficiency at its finest.

15.) 06 Jan 2018 13:03:34
Am I missing something here? Are you guys talking about the Manchester United martial?

If so lol. lol. lol. lol. 😂.



23 Aug 2017 22:49:30
Transfer frenzy at Spurs is the headline, but let's not forget the facts.

1. We are the bottom spending club over the last 5 years in the Premiership.

2. We sold Walker £45m, Bentaleb £17.1m, N'Jie £6.3m, Fazio £2.88m = £71.68m

3. We are rumoured to be selling Wimmer and Janssen for circa £40m

4. Rose is being touted and it wouldn't surprise me if he left for £50m to someone like Man United.

5. We are rumoured to be selling or loaning Sissoko out. A massive wave off the books.

Superb that we signed Davinson Sanchez for £36m. I have seen stupid figures touted in the media but this was the actual price.

Aurier looks likely to follow for £23m at RB.

Foyth CB is needed for cover with CCV.
Jadon Sancho LAM would bring pace and energy on the left as a squad option. Sessegnon LB £25m is still so young it is a gamble, but he looks the real deal already in my opinion and would be the perfect replacement if Rose left.

The issue is the income from player receipts would massively outweigh the expedlture. Spurs have the cash to get Barkley and Dembele as well as those above and still end up net neutral in player receipts.

1.) 25 Aug 2017 15:26:22
Well CCV has gone on loan, so the cover seems to be Foyth - if he joins - and Dier at CB.

With Serge Aurier coming in, Dier will not be needed at RB and will not get a look in at CM - which I believe may piss him off a Little bit.

TBH I do not doubt Serge's Quality, but his attitude absolutely reeks, he is undoubtedly the reincarnation of Adebayor in that regard - and I can see him kicking up a bigger stink then Walker did when hegets rotated with Trippier/ KWP.

Got a feeling we have cooled off Barkley because of the injury, a January move more likely - and probably would be better value for Money.

Balde Keita - he is still clinging onto the hope of signing for Juventus, but if they will not match Lazio's asking Price and he will not Play for Lazio I think he'll come to Spurs out of necessity in the slim hope of Senegal qualifying for the World Cup.

In regards to Janssen leaving - no Chance. You cannot bin a Striker after one Season - even Soldado was given 2. Maybe a loan deal witht the Option of calling him back would do him the world of good - but we would Need to get someone in to fill his shoes - but to be fair if we get Keita and have Son, I think we'll be okay there.

Wimmer can leave, and if he does at that Money, I do have to applaud Levy - everyone slates him, but they fail to understand it is not his Club, it is not his Money, and he has someone to answer to - could be worse, we could have Mike Ashley.

Dembele will not join us at the Moment - he can garner further interest by continuing to bang in Goals North of the wall and in the CL Group stages.

Sessegnon - Way too early. If we get him we would have to loan him out to Fulham for at least 2 years just so he could get the appropriate game time and experience.




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13 Dec 2018 10:46:37
Firstly let us all smile after Missiom Imoossible in the Champions League. Funny how Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham supporters are now looking stupid after mocking us so much.

Here we are sitting 3rd in The Premiership and now in the final 16 of the Champions League. We have a foundation to dream about a real challenge for the title and dare I even mention winnjng the Champions League. Most will laugh and tell you Manchester City are already home and dry and have too many superstars in every position to possibly drop points and all I will say is 'Leicester City' did it. Most will say Bayern Munich, Man City, Barcelona and Real Madrid are too powerful and we have no chance in the Champions League, but all I will say is remember Liverpool won it in similar circumstances.

What are the foundations missing and can we pull off the impossible in January now we have massive revenues guaranteed from the Champions League.

GK - We probably have the best combination of keepers in the Premiership. Lloris, Gazziniga and Vorm is about as good as it gets.

LB - Rose looked back to his very best against Barcelona and Davies offers a reliable coverage. I would love to see Ryan Sessegnon coming to Spurs and seek Davies. This way Rose and Sessegnon can fight for places if we are to think of the next level.

CB - Alderweireld and Vertonghen offer the best partnership in the league. Add Sanchez and Foyth who is improving and we have a perfect balance. Even Carter Vickers looked half decent on loan and will be improving around world class players like Toby. Nothing needed apart from a new contract signed for Toby.

RB - Trippier was England's best player and Aurier needs a little longer. Walker-Peters has a nightmare at Barcelona. It looks one for the future. I feel we need a world class player like Valencia in this position to challenge Trippier and let Aurier probably go in the summer if things don't work out too well.

CM - Major issues here with the amazing and mercurial Dembele looking to be too injury prone for a top side. Sissoko has really improved in this deeper position and dare I say is looking almost Viera like in his latest performances. I believe his form will be short lived and do not see the atteibutes of a world class player. Youri Tielemans is the player we need and with his club needing money it might be the perfect time to strike with a £35-40m offer. Harry Winks looks average to me regardless of the hype I hear from others.

CDM -Wanyama looked great before his injury. Dier is a solid classy option but perhaps with Tielemans alongside it might be too defensive. I believe Rabiot is the man we should buy as PSG have other plans seemingly without this superstar. £45m well spent in my opinion and alongside Youri Tielemans it could be sensational. Sissoko and Winks would provide good cover and Dembele and Wanyama once fit moved in before their injuries become deal breakers.

LAM - Son looks world class and should be an auto selection. His goals and assists ratio is sensational. If we acquired Sessegnon as above then we would have cover as Ryan could player higher up in this role or Moura, Lamela, Eriksen and even Alli can play anywhere across the line.

CAM - Eriksen is the fulcrum to the team. Sensestinal and dimly world class. His brain unlocks the opposition and must be first choice. Alli for me is second fiddle to Christian Eriksen and must be used as back up for the king.

RAM - Lucas Moura has come alive this season. World class player who will be sensational in the future. Time to make him first choice at RAM with Lanela as his back up.

CF - Kane is simply outstanding but we need something more to back him up. Llorente need to be sold along with Janssen as soon as he is fit. We would be better with Defoe in the bench than some of the names being linked. It is time to buy Arnautovic who has always been class and would give you real confidence he could change a game if introduced alongside Kane.

Dreams have to be big if we want to win something. Davies, Dembele, Wanyama, Llorente and Janssen to leave. Sessegnon, Rabiot, Tielemans and Arnautovic to make the dream a reality.

One thing is certain we are not dreaming about being alive in the CL and Premiership. The question one needs to consider is whether we have the appetite to invest and challenge for glory.

January will be our finest hour. Big money is available and I for one am beginning to believe the dream.

1.) 13 Dec 2018 17:12:10
Fantastic post oracle the raver really enjoyed reading that mate, do you remember when wodbod said spurs are the biggest joke in the champions league and was laughing that we have failed to get out of the group 😃😃 he’s now turned into paul Daniels again and has failed to show his mug on these pages after spurs qualified for the last 16 as the great Paul would say that's MAGIC.

2.) 13 Dec 2018 18:03:13
Love you Raver and COYS we are nearing glory days again after a long sleep.



20 Jul 2018 18:08:53
I have supported Spurs for 35 years, and have to say that Levy has done a fantastic job for our beloved club.

For years we languished in the bottom half and mid table at best. The dreams of Thursday night football were real, and the prospect of a European tour simply amazing.

Today we look forward to quite simply the best stadium in the Premiership by a mile. Arguably the best training facilities in the league, and a financially sound business. Then add the consolidated Top 4 positioning, the fact that even Arsenal fans will admit we have finally surpassed them, and some of the best players in the world in Lloris, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghan, Sanchez, Dembele, Dier, Erisken, Son and Kane.

So why are we all crying and getting so frustrated. It is simple for fans to see the solution. Sell a few players like Vorm, Rose, Sissoko, N'Koudou, Llorente and Janssen, and sell Dembele if the rumour regarding his knees is true and Alderweireld if he isn't committed to the club. Then go and buy some replacements.

When we look at the squad obvious replacements could include Butland, Sessegnon, Maguire, Kovacic and Martial. Surely not hard to get them for a club almost guaranteed Top 4, in the Champions League, has greater wages potential with he new stadium and sponsorship deals and is a genuine title challenger with 4 or 5 top quality additions.

My question is why are Spurs not looking at wider options for those reaching end of contract stages to pad the squad.

Herrera AM - 1 Year left Only 28
Luke Shaw RB - 1 Year left Only 23
Max Meyer CM - No Contract Only 22
Bernard LAM - No Contract Only 25
Diego Reyes CB - No Contract Only 25 (Guided Porto to Champions conceding only 6 goals)

Lets hope the window sets on fire for Spurs, but with Grealish looking the only signing nearing fruition, it doesn't bode well!

Come on Levy give us a big 3 names to make us feel we are serious!

1.) 20 Jul 2018 18:59:16
Not one Arsenal fan would say spurs have surpassed them. you have not won anything, when Arsenal finished above Man United for a couple of seasons and Arsenal actually won trophies in that period did you hear Arsenal fans say they have surpassed Man United?

2.) 20 Jul 2018 19:00:26
When you have won 9 more league titles more fa cups then Arsenal fans would say they have surpassed us, decades away.

3.) 20 Jul 2018 23:02:14
Trigger happy again oddblod.

Anyway to the rest of the genuine spurs fans. COUMFS. in Ibiza living it Raver style.

4.) 21 Jul 2018 00:14:12
Top man north I hope you’ve got your white gloves and whistle.

5.) 23 Jul 2018 10:59:42
Training facilities are not a patch on Man City and how can you claim that the new stadium is going to be the best? It won't be the biggest and it certainly won't be the loudest, what is it best at?



28 Jan 2018 11:21:10
Silverware is long overdue, and we sit in a fantastic position to win some. The FA Cup is a real possibility, and the Champions League is unlikely but might look possible if we beat Juventus. The Top 4 is certainly a real possibility on top, and yet here we stand with the perfect chance to make a proper challenge and seem reluctant to seize the opportunity.

I accept we have a new stadium to find, but surely winning the FA Cup would make the Spurs new museum a much more attractive place to visit. Just imagine for one second if we won the Champions League, the museam would become a shrine. The revenue from such a possibility are astronomical not to mention the televised rights and success in the competitions.

The question I propose is merely hypothetical, but just stop and ask if we signed 4 players like Malcom, Moura, Dembele and Sessegnon. Would it be impossible to make that challenge, ignoring the point that Poch made about playing in a new club with new ideologies and structures. Great players normally adapt quickly, and I am certain at least two of these of those players will become world class.

We could sell Janssen, Llorente, CCV and really push to sign these stars. Surely if there was ever a January window to really push for glory then it is now. The worst case is it miserably fails and we finish 6th and win nothing. At least we have the squad ready for the summer and can start building 6 months earlier.

1.) 28 Jan 2018 20:01:59
We won't be winning nothing as we will have to face city or Utd in the later rounds and then its the usual bye bye spurs. The new stadium is nothing but a cover up to hide spurs failure's, 27 years since we won any top silverware, very poor in the transfer market and won't pay top dollar for top players, crap managers hired on a regular basis, selling our top players everytime that's what's been happening for many of years. I can guarantee you in 3 years time we will be having the same conversation when we're still waiting to win something and the likes of Kane, Ali, Eriksson will be waring Barcelona and Madrid shirts and we will have another nobody as manager.

2.) 28 Jan 2018 20:18:00
Well said Raver.

3.) 28 Jan 2018 21:14:15
and that numpty Alan Sugar has a lot to answer for Raver. years and years of meddling with the team, purchasing cr@p players and managers.


4.) 28 Jan 2018 22:32:20
If winning the Fa cup or the other mickey mouse cup The Carabao is soo important or prestigious then why are Arsenal fans in total meltdown all the time? Surely they should be content.

5.) 28 Jan 2018 23:35:34
Like I always say to you, why do you change everything to Arsenal?

Goes to show you know nothing about football.

Your team wins nothing, even Raver admits that, but you moan about Arsenal, who at least win things.

At least try to pretend you know something about football.

6.) 28 Jan 2018 23:36:51
And Ellis, you, and only you, are the only person who says Arsenal are in meltdown.

7.) 29 Jan 2018 00:30:12
Hahaha typical gooner. Your lot moan like no other fans, total meltdowns all the time Wenger out blah blah blah but when someone says it to you, you deny it. You sound like Oddbod now, in total denial. Millions of fans rip it out of Arsenal, you can't be that deluded.

8.) 29 Jan 2018 02:48:36
Dags you do talk a lot of sense. Wasted on here. Lol.

9.) 29 Jan 2018 07:50:27
Steve, I know.

I just don't understand why Ellis turns every Spurs post into an Arsenal post.

It amazes me.

10.) 29 Jan 2018 08:13:16
that's not exactly true Dags, I've been saying for long enough that your teams in melt down 😉 and this summer will prove it one way or another.

I worry that your relying on our Ravers posts as an example.

11.) 29 Jan 2018 08:48:28
NES, I merely stated that I agree with what Raver said.

12.) 29 Jan 2018 13:04:46
I find it strange to say Arsenal are in melt down, . Whilst they've won the FA Cup back to back. They're not firing on all cylinders and haven't been for a while. We are playing probably the best football in years and won F'ALL.

I'd be happy with an FA Cup win this year wouldn't you.

13.) 29 Jan 2018 13:13:07
DR wow a spud that actually talks sense. Lol.

14.) 29 Jan 2018 14:09:50
Yes DR we all stand corrected, Arsenal are currently a major force in Europe, the Premier League and Champions League. They are currently have one of the best EVER teams I can remember. Do you think that is what their fans believe?

They are a cup team, as recent years have proven, the Spurs of the 80's and 90's relying on cup runs and no serious challenge to a title.

None of the other top 5 teams look at the Gooners as a serious challenge to the league. yes they have the odd game where they play well and win but sustained over a season. blah blah blah. cods wallop

Look at their Banter site, the fans are all in turmoil, even posting that this transfer window has been a success? after loosing a 'world class' player in Sanchez! REALLY! TALK ABOUT BLINDED LOVE AND REALITY. only from a gooner.

Steve, yet another that posts a load of gobble de gook. 'LOL' (Oddbod style) typical blinkers.

Dags comes and goes with the odd (bod) post. but really deep down accepts the transition needed is deep and major and its going to take:

1, a lot of money; salaries, transfers and players in/ out
2, a lot of time

The reality is that the Gooners need major surgery, MAJOR and whilst they are resolving their current situation everyone else (top 5) will be pushing on even further. 5 steps back courtesy of our mate Mr Wenger. thank you very much. please stay a little longer.

And that transition can only commence when Mr Wenger goes or they offer him yet another contract. and wall paper over the cracks.

so yes DR I stand by my initial diagnosis 'Meltdown' major surgery / transplant required.

15.) 29 Jan 2018 14:39:24
One only has to read your own posts on your own pages on this site to know what I say is correct.

Even footballers eg Bolaise of Everton has tweeted 'Arsenal fan tv time' when Arsenal lose. You're a laughing stock. Like I said if the fa cup is soo good then why all the meltdowns, mianing, whingeing?

Dr, you can find it as strange as you want, I really couldn't give a flying

16.) 29 Jan 2018 14:51:04
NES, I say it as it see it. I don't look at their banter site, because I'm really not that interested if I'm honest, In football some people know what there talking about. Some don't.

Football you are judged on winning trophies. Not how good you look on the pitch.
We have won nothing. FACT and if this carries on our bigger players will be leaving you mark my works mate.

Our team won't go down in History will they. FACT - Or are they giving trophies for nearly winning. NO.

If your classing a blip in 20 years of not qualifying for the CL as melt down. Well. You crack on fella, If the sign Aubameyang and add anyone else they could be in with a shout of top 4, Win the league cup, or have you forgot their in the final of that. (Hardly a club in meltdown) Or shall we say it's a shi* cup because we didn't make the final.

So how on earth we can be critical of Arsenal when we've won F'ALL is beyond me.

17.) 29 Jan 2018 14:57:07
Ellis - I also couldn't give a monkies toss what you state. FACT is FACT

They've won trophies we haven't. f**king simple. Even a so called Hedge Fund broker should be able to grasp that.

18.) 29 Jan 2018 15:24:18
DR you have my respect for being truthful and not bowing to fools. You talk sense. Respect.

19.) 29 Jan 2018 17:21:06
so on your analysis DR no clubs fans in the world have a clue except; Madrid, Barca, Man U, Chelsea and Munich.

And just for the record, I've probably p1ssed on better pitches than you've played on. and more trophies than all you gooks and DR has ever won.

ps you refer to 1 year in 20 not qualifying for the CL? then contradict that by saying you get nothing for 2nd place. Really.

And he fact you have that clown Steve's respect just sums it up.

20.) 29 Jan 2018 17:36:18
DR's post was merely stating that Ellis calls every competition "Mickey Mouse", just because Spurs are not in it, so can't win it.

Also, he stated that how can Ellis possibly keep taking the Mickey out of Arsenal for being "Nobodies", when we have won 3 trophies in 4 years, compared to Spurs zero trophies.

The man talks sense.

21.) 29 Jan 2018 17:43:30
Where do you get that from NES? No clubs apart from Barcelona etc etc. What are you talking about. Perhaps it’s just you that doesn’t have a clue

You said Arsenal are in meltdown I clearly pointed out they’re not, just not firing on all cylinders and what the f@@k pissing on pitches has got to do with it, you’ve been on crack the weekend, if you haven’t you f@@king should be

Infact read the post properly. If I need to explain that post perhaps go back to school and piss on a few more pitches

Talk from a football perspective. Not just rubbish.

22.) 29 Jan 2018 18:02:21
DR read you own post. and in specific the final sentence.

speaking of crack, crack on.

23.) 29 Jan 2018 18:24:47
So i'm making up all the Arsenal fans constantly moaning like little girls Wenger this Wenger that, Kroenke out blah vlah blah. All I hear is Arsenal fans moaning. Dr I think you need to get out more fella, your medication ain't working my son.

I honestly couldn't give a hoot about the fa cup. Yes I would take it but it means nothing nowadays. Teams put out weakened teams and there is no wow factor in winning it, if tgere wad Arsenal would be respected for winning it and they aint.

I would rather qualify for the Champions League than win that.

Enjoy your pension.

24.) 29 Jan 2018 19:19:06
And once you qualify for CL and than get knocked out, are you going to say its a Mickey Mouse Cup?

25.) 29 Jan 2018 19:42:22
at least we give it ago DG. fail maybe, but at least try.

but hey, you can always state the FACT that you've only missed out once in 20 years. and failed every single time.

26.) 29 Jan 2018 20:49:22
We haven't been knocked out yet. The Champions League and the Prem is why the fa cup isn't as important nowadays.



03 Jun 2017 13:55:11
Gunnerbod and other Arsenal supporters, how about answering these 4 questions:

1. Do you believe your squad is as strong as Spurs?

2. Apart from the brilliant Sanchez, are there any players in the entire Arsenal squad who you would pick over Spurs players?

3. Do you think you will keep Sanchez?

4. Who are your top 3 players you believe you can sign?

1.) 03 Jun 2017 14:26:49
1) Yes.

2) Kos and Ozil and Cazorla if fit.

3) No. Unless we show early intentions in transfer market.

4) Lacazette (hopefully) . If we get him that will make a massive difference.

PS. You have a good squad, but are too heavily reliant of Kane and Alli. Both World Class btw.

2.) 03 Jun 2017 14:48:23
Oracle my Churchill dog will answer those 4 questions for you, no no no no.

3.) 03 Jun 2017 15:04:43
Spurs won nothing this season.
Arsenal won FA CUP.

Yes, yes, yes Raver.

4.) 03 Jun 2017 19:32:04
Sounds like you are having sex with the raver dags lol.

5.) 03 Jun 2017 20:13:24
I will do anything for a bag of your magic mushrooms 😂.

6.) 04 Jun 2017 10:50:45
1. Yes
3. Yes
3. Maybe
4. World class signings.



28 Oct 2016 13:52:23
Aguero and Kompany are simply irresistible and world class players. Man City seen open to losing the backbone to their team which seems bizarre. Hart, Kompany, Yaya Toure and Aguero all seem surplus.

Whilst we have better players than Yaya Toure and Hart, surely Aguero and Kompany are the ingredients required to compete at the very top.

Harry Kane is an amazing player and an asset to any side, but surely a Pep Guardiola would be interested if we offered him for these two stars.

Kane is undoubtedly world class himself, but surely even the most loyal fans can see Aguero is something of a rare breed. The timing is perfect and Pep would jump at Kane as he fits his team and dynamic.

GK Lloris, LB Vertonghen, CB Kompany, CB Alderweireld, RB Walker, CDM Wanyama, CM Dembele, LM Son CAM Dele Alli, RM Eriksen and CF Aguero.

Bench: Vorm, Rose, Wimmer, Dier, Sissoko, Lamela and Jaansen.

This side would challenge the Premiership title and stand a chance in the Champions League.

1.) 28 Oct 2016 14:56:21
That side would be the best in the world, I also agree with you that I would swap Kane for aguero and kompany as well. I think aguero is one of the world's top strikers and city are mad to part company with him.

2.) 28 Oct 2016 14:59:30
Have you been partying with the raver?

Kompany is past his best by date.

Aguero is world class . but I fear our inability to break down defenses would leave him short of goal scoring opportunities also.

And it ain't going to happen anyways - Kane is the future and wants to stay . so why chase the short term?

3.) 28 Oct 2016 16:14:08
Haha might aswell just get Aguero. Imagine Kompany with our track record of injuries. I would rather have Yaya but this is nonsense really. We ain't going to pay their wages for starters unless we give them a massive signing on fee. Getting Kompany wouldn't exactly make Wimmer and Carter-Vickers feel good would it? Pure fantasy.

4.) 28 Oct 2016 16:58:02
At least it gives Oracle something to predict every transfer window until it doesn't happen.

5.) 30 Oct 2016 23:57:59
Yellow Card isn't it time ED gave you a Red Card for bullying?




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22 Nov 2018 01:07:37
Youri Tielemans and Adrien Rabiot both on the radar. Just imagine the thought of both in and Dembele and Sissoko out. Dier and Winks could cover those two obvious frost choice CM and CDM positions.

Sessegnon must be scared at Fulham and is going nowhere. Time he moved to Spurs and we let Rose go enjoy life at another club.

One world class striker to challenge Kane and we will be title contenders.



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11 Nov 2018 15:37:13
Raver get a grip will you. We are flying high in the Premiership after ZERO investment, injuries to star players and a late Workd Cup exposure from so many first XI stars.

Still mathematically in the Champions League albeit slightly dissapointing, but did you expect us to beat Barcelona? Interl Milan was an open game which we deserved a draw a least, and now we have beaten PSV it isn’t all gloom.

Everyone knows we need a few top players to challenge or repacked some the first XI. Sessegnon, Zaha and Martial were players we should have signed but their values are getting silly now.

January will be interesting as it looks increasingly clear Poch is either getting backed or leaving for Real Madrid. I cannot help thinking that Lamela, Moura, Son, Eriksen and Dele Alli desperately want to challenge for their places, and this competition is proving healthy. One top quality striker in January along with Sessegnon who will be wondering about his future after Fulham’s year and Spurs will look like title contenders. Perhaps a CM if real pedigree and class to make this happen.




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06 Sep 2018 07:55:16
Racer please do not be so ridiculous. We simply do not have the depth of squad to win the Premiership or Champions League.

If we could stay in touch until January and then sign 4 world class players then possible to challenge, but with the existing squad it will be almost impossible.



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22 May 2018 18:40:59
Gunnerbod time you went and trolled your competition. Fulham, Crystal Palace and West Ham sites need some humour. no run along good boy!



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22 May 2018 18:39:07
So things are starting to look interesting. Butland, Sessegnon, De Ligt, Kovacic, Zaha, Rashford and Bale all linked.

Sell Vorm, Alderweireld, Rose, Dembele, Janssen, Sissoko and Llorente and this can come true!




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13 Dec 2018 18:03:13
Love you Raver and COYS we are nearing glory days again after a long sleep.



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30 Oct 2016 23:57:59
Yellow Card isn't it time ED gave you a Red Card for bullying?



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10 Nov 2014 12:03:30
Agree we have so many lightweights, and a team full of individuals.



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19 Jul 2014 07:18:08
It was my fault ED so I apologise for the post. I was actually going to add SSS out and MMM in Messi, Mascherano & Maicon but it would have been too obvious.



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15 Jul 2014 07:34:07
You might be right Davo we will see!