Spurs Youth - 2019/20

chinaman

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#41
Wasn't there talk of Lo Celso going back to Spain to pack his bags after watching the game against Villa? So he must be at least on the bench against Shitty after a full week's training.
 
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#42
Dennis Cirkin has been pictured on J’Niel Bennett’s Snapchat story wearing a walking boot for an injured right leg, with the caption ‘get well soon’. It appears Cirkin will be sidelined for some time, so this could be an opportunity for Jeremy Kyezu to step up for the Under-18s.
 

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#43
Dennis Cirkin has been pictured on J’Niel Bennett’s Snapchat story wearing a walking boot for an injured right leg, with the caption ‘get well soon’. It appears Cirkin will be sidelined for some time, so this could be an opportunity for Jeremy Kyezu to step up for the Under-18s.
Such a shame he has been a one of our best youth players over the last year or so.
 
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#46
CCV played 90 minutes as Stoke beat Wigan 1-0
Hopefully he can have a nice productive year and boost his price...

Still only 21, but with Tanganga and Eyoma, Foyth too, it’s really hard to see where CCV fits into the future picture. Always seemed to have the potential physically but lacks a certain something.

I might be proven wrong and he may be a late bloomer, but if he can have a good year and we pocket up to £10m-£15m for him then it’s all good! Home grown, young and physical, in this market, not irrational to think he could be worth that!
 

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#47
Hopefully he can have a nice productive year and boost his price...

Still only 21, but with Tanganga and Eyoma, Foyth too, it’s really hard to see where CCV fits into the future picture. Always seemed to have the potential physically but lacks a certain something.

I might be proven wrong and he may be a late bloomer, but if he can have a good year and we pocket up to £10m-£15m for him then it’s all good! Home grown, young and physical, in this market, not irrational to think he could be worth that!
Except he'll only have a year left on his contract, which once again will leave us in a poor bargaining position.
 

Montalbano

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#49
What do you expect the club to do ? The club cannot force players to move whilst their contract is still running.
I expect the club to eventually sell him, and likely next summer. They'll probably tell him he doesn't have a future at Spurs, and put him in the shop window and listen to offers from interested clubs. I was responding to @MattPhilpott 's post that we could get 10-15m for him, which I don't expect we could get due to the fact he'll have one year left on his contract, leaving us in a poor bargaining position similar to situation of Eriksen, Toby, Jan, etc.
I'd love for CCV to have a future here, but it seems like others may have leapfrogged him (Foyth, Tanganga, etc.) and it's unlikely he'll be in Poch's plans.
 

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I expect the club to eventually sell him, and likely next summer. They'll probably tell him he doesn't have a future at Spurs, and put him in the shop window and listen to offers from interested clubs. I was responding to @MattPhilpott 's post that we could get 10-15m for him, which I don't expect we could get due to the fact he'll have one year left on his contract, leaving us in a poor bargaining position similar to situation of Eriksen, Toby, Jan, etc.
I'd love for CCV to have a future here, but it seems like others may have leapfrogged him (Foyth, Tanganga, etc.) and it's unlikely he'll be in Poch's plans.
The club has a 'poor bargaining position' because the player has the power not the club. We may want to sell and even have a policy on selling players who won't sign a new contract but we cannot force a sale.
 

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#53
It’s more than likely Alderweireld will be gone next summer and possibly Vertonghen as well. I’d be surprised if we don’t buy a more experienced top draw CB next summer. So likely you’ll have Tanganga Eyoma Ccv BLF and a few other youths fighting out for 4th spot. That’s without possibility of Dier moving back.
 

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#56
Kelman looks like an absolute gem. I hope whoever gets him doesn't just lose him in the shuffle because he is the sort of kid that needs to be playing. He's got that burning hunger that you don't see in enough lads.
 

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Re: Charlie Kelman. I'm a Southend boy through and through as you may tell from my name. The lad is 17 and although born just up the road in Basildon he spent a few years in the States playing for Dallas. Kelman made headlines last season by scorer from his own half against Plymouth at Roots Hall. A youth level he was prolific, scoring over 60 times in one season two years ago. He scored both goals in Southends 1-2"win against Stevenage in the League Cup on Tuesday. David Pieat was watching, having been tipped off by Shrimpers boss Kevin Bond. West Ham have been watching him regularly too and so have several other Prem clubs. He's eligible to play for the States which he did at junior level and is the talk of the town down here.
 

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#60
U23 match looks almost sold out to the 10k capacity.

Appears they were holding some back lol. Bit odd the day before. Tanganga also still with seniors. Limited pictures today nobody else to spot.
 
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