Maybe the HP Touchpad fire sale taught Daniel Levy something in the last week: if you have stuff that no one wants then you have to practically give it away. If Alan Hutton is the 16 gigabyte version (only available in white) – demanding a mere 3 million pounds for his poor application ecosystem – then […]
In a blog earlier this week I bigged up Tottenham’s chances of netting Niko Kranjcar and Martin Petrov while nervously hoping that we’d avoid an ‘Arry brain-fart and sign David James. Two from three ain’t bad. Kranjcar was signed for a curiously small £2.5m while David James remained at Portsmouth as he was apparently not the […]
You wonder how many seasons Spurs can possibly begin without a left midfielder. There were flirtations with naturally left-sided players like Timothe Atouba and Reto Ziegler but they simply didn’t make the grade. We’ve seen Aaron Lennon, David Bentley and Luka Modric play there without much impact and even Robbie Keane made the odd appearance […]
Hey ‘Arry, rather than chuck away £25m on Defoe and Palacios, why not bid for these guys? Even this one would be an improvement. Don’t worry if you can’t afford to buy the entire first team squad – we can always bargain with any old tat we have lying around.
As explained in the “about” page, I’m a Tottenham fan so occasionally there will be a “Tottenham-focus”. Like right now. Let’s take a peek at the top ten rumours surrounding players coming-and-going from White Hart Lane. Heading for the exit? Younes Kaboul (to Portsmouth, £6m) Kaboul became the fall guy last season – and with […]
TAKING THE FIRST “E” OUT OF ALIADIERE There’s an air of desperation in the, um, air, as middling players leave one middling club for another, revealing a middling gap at the initial middling club. One such example is the Human Pie-shaped gap left by Mark Fooduka at Middlingbrough. But Gareth Southgate is nothing if not […]