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He would have been a very useful signing for us seeing as we only had one forward for the first half of the season. Seems like a bit of a strange move for him but maybe he just wants to go back home. I think the blueshite were the only Premiership club interested so you can understand why he would rather have gone to Seattle.

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He would have been a very useful signing for us seeing as we only had one forward for the first half of the season. Seems like a bit of a strange move for him but maybe he just wants to go back home. I think the blueshite were the only Premiership club interested so you can understand why he would rather have gone to Seattle.

 

I agree we could've done with him first half of last season but I don't think we'd have got Sturridge if we had got Dempsey so its worked out better in the long run imo

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Luckily Henderson turned down a move involving him plus money for Dempsey. Can't trust anyone's eye for a player who thought that was a good deal.

 

I thought it'd be a poor deal at the time and even more so now but thats a bit of a ridiculous statement considering the same bloke has plucked Coutinho from Inter's bench etc

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I agree we could've done with him first half of last season but I don't think we'd have got Sturridge if we had got Dempsey so its worked out better in the long run imo

 

 

I don't really think that's true to be honest but I suppose we will never know. I'm just glad that we did get Sturridge and Coutinho because I think they could be our two most important players next season.

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I thought it'd be a poor deal at the time and even more so now but thats a bit of a ridiculous statement considering the same bloke has plucked Coutinho from Inter's bench etc

 

There's now5 or 6 blokes keeping an eye on that bloke. He can't just go and buy whoever he wants.

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I think he would have been much better under Rodgers than he has been under AVB, i think the same about Sigurdsson aswell (its only a matter of time before they get rid of him too)

 

Our system gives these kinds of players a chance to flourish as we create space for them to work in.

 

Spurs could really implode under AVB next year (or maybe im just blindly hoping they do) BUT they got hammered last night by monaco, they are losing their best player and AVB has a history of fucking things up in the prem with high profile players (like he did with chelsea)

 

Could happen? Clutching at straws?

 

If your using a pre season freindly to prove a point then its worse than clutching at straws, someone yesterday said Aspas had x amount of goals and assists in x amount of games.

Against teams me dead nan would slot 5 past, turning on a sixpence in her grave.

We are turning into Everton.

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i wanted him badly last summer. always seemed to have a good game against us when he played for fulham. just read he scored 12 goals in 43 games last season for spurs. surprising that, i only thought he scored a few....

 

anyway he is a cock so fuck off back to america you quim

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