Alli to be offered improved Tottenham contract

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Tottenham Hotspur have made the first move in trying to secure the future of Dele Alli and are willing to hand the 21-year-old a huge pay rise

Read the full article at Telegraph
 

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Hmm, he getting a reward of improved terms although he hasn’t had a great year thus far.

But I guess this is football nowadays!

I wish they would sort out Toby’s contract, that’s the one that got us nervous.

Wanyama and Toby’s prolonged absence through injury has cost us this season.
 

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Hmm, he getting a reward of improved terms although he hasn’t had a great year thus far.

But I guess this is football nowadays!

I wish they would sort out Toby’s contract, that’s the one that got us nervous.

Wanyama and Toby’s prolonged absence through injury has cost us this season.
The season is barely half way done. Yeah, we won't win the league, but the CL and the FA Cup plus a spot on the podium are very much up for grabs.
Everyone below City could very well say that their season is done.
 

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The season is barely half way done. Yeah, we won't win the league, but the CL and the FA Cup plus a spot on the podium are very much up for grabs.
Everyone below City could very well say that their season is done.
Injury and inconstancy has cost us big this season. That coupled with the fact that all the teams around us have improved, makes things even harder. If I was a betting man I would say that we’ll win nothing and finish fifth, but that would be very disappointing wouldn’t it!
 

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Hmm, he getting a reward of improved terms although he hasn’t had a great year thus far.

But I guess this is football nowadays!

I wish they would sort out Toby’s contract, that’s the one that got us nervous.

Wanyama and Toby’s prolonged absence through injury has cost us this season.
He was brilliant in 2017, don't let a couple of down months of inconsistent form tell you otherwise ;)
 

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Injury and inconstancy has cost us big this season. That coupled with the fact that all the teams around us have improved, makes things even harder. If I was a betting man I would say that we’ll win nothing and finish fifth, but that would be very disappointing wouldn’t it!
Liverpool have just lost their most influential player, yet they'll finish above us?
 

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Injury and inconstancy has cost us big this season. That coupled with the fact that all the teams around us have improved, makes things even harder. If I was a betting man I would say that we’ll win nothing and finish fifth, but that would be very disappointing wouldn’t it!
Pool will fall away, as per. Arse...well, they are Arse. I'm not convinced by United. But, even IF we did finish 5th (I think we'll finish 3rd), that would still be quite impressive considering many people had us down for mid-table/relegation battle given the Wembley factor.
 

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Liverpool have just lost their most influential player, yet they'll finish above us?
We don’t know how Pool will react over the last 16 games, but we’re struggling with certain player’s inconsistency and constant injuries, so they could still finish above us, who knows! Effing Arse could still finish above us! They do tend to finish the season stronger. It would help if we didn’t give up all the points to the sides around us too!

I really hope we do finish in the top four, but we’re certainly not going to do it easily. I wrote off this season because of the Wembely factor, so it’s very annoying to see us overcome that early, only to us scuppered by other factors.
 

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We don’t know how Pool will react over the last 16 games, but we’re struggling with certain player’s inconsistency and constant injuries, so they could still finish above us, who knows! Effing Arse could still finish above us! They do tend to finish the season stronger. It would help if we didn’t give up all the points to the sides around us too!

I really hope we do finish in the top four, but we’re certainly not going to do it easily. I wrote off this season because of the Wembely factor, so it’s very annoying to see us overcome that early, only to us scuppered by other factors.
We have players coming back and rediscovering form (Alli, Lamela going forward, Llorente has scored so should get easier for him, Wanyama to shore up the DM and Toby coming back in February) Whilst not entirely relaxed, obviously, I am very confident of at least a top 4 finish, and fairly confident of silverware this year.
 

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We have players coming back and rediscovering form (Alli, Lamela going forward, Llorente has scored so should get easier for him, Wanyama to shore up the DM and Toby coming back in February) Whilst not entirely relaxed, obviously, I am very confident of at least a top 4 finish, and fairly confident of silverware this year.
I hope you’re right man!
 

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Fk me we have some right fkin doom merchants for fans dont we.
If you dont think Alli is quality and we should be doing all we can to secure him then imo frankly youre a fkin retard and dont know what you're talking about.
Leave the talking to the grown ups.
Knobs :facepalm:
 
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