Player Watch Player Watch: Harry Kane

chinaman

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Great article... Shame I had to use a thesaurus and dictionary for every other word... I fucked up on English literature on school

The article was right though, his all round game is just superb...

By the look of it, you did not only fuck up English literature, but also General English at school.:)
 
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Great article... Shame I had to use a thesaurus and dictionary for every other word... I fucked up on English literature on school

The article was right though, his all round game is just superb...

It was old school match reporting for the upper classes, they talked glowingly about the blustery weather and the price of fish while game was on. But a fun perspective all the same.

Bottom line and I have been saying it, H can produce assists from the half way line, the touch lines, across the diagonals, shots anywhere across the pitch and control the tempo of a game. Not all the time - He ain't Roy of the Rovers yet but I love him
 

King of the Lane

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Harry Kane visited Paradise Wildlife Park today - a place my Dad volunteers at now that he is retired as well as being a full time carer for my terminally ill Mum.

He was due to go in today but unfortunately my Mum was very unwell this morning and he couldnt leave her as my Sister who was due to help out was running late. He is very gutted that he missed Kane's visit as he would have been working on the big Cats station (the one in Kane's twitter video).

He has been a Spurs fan for 60+ years and it has been a very hard few years for my Dad with my Mums health deteriorating rapidly. I'd love to be able to contact someone at the club and see if they could help him meet Kane somehow. No idea if this is even possible but thought I would ask on here and see if anyone had any experience/knowledge about these things.
 

Yid-ol

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HARRY KANE has been identified as Real Madrid’s main transfer target – but Tottenham have put a huge £310million price tag on the striker.


Just came up on a news feed on my phone.
 

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HARRY KANE has been identified as Real Madrid’s main transfer target – but Tottenham have put a huge £310million price tag on the striker.


Just came up on a news feed on my phone.
The mad thing to me is that if we got £310 million for Harry and then even invested that money very well, I still think our club would be worse off.

We might have a better squad and we might be able to win titles, but it would be a very sad day.

I honestly don't know whether I'd rather finish 2nd with Harry or 1st without him, that's how Tottenham he is to me.
 
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Saw that article yesterday and if it's to be believed then £310 million is a pretty low amount if you ask me. Psg stumped up 200 mill for neymar so an extra 110 mill in today's market just doesn't seem that much extra.

Anything north of 500 million should really be more like it.

I think our contracts should start going down the route of Spanish ones with over-inflated release clauses in them as a deliberate attempt to dissuade other clubs.
 
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