2010-2020 Spurs team of the decade

allpaths

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how long was parker at the top of his game, a season, maybe two, that's not long enough to make a decade team imo.
 

ClintEastwould

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And protect the back four like a fucking bloodhound, but no let's be typical spurs fans and be negative about something that isn't even a negative.
I really liked Parker. He was a bit limited outside his remit but he was tenacious and allowed our flair players at the time to be able to surge forward with confidence that they’d be protected. We really don’t have that option at the moment as we have no designated DM. We are a bit too top heavy at the moment with regards to our attacking talent much like his time with us so I feel like he’d fit in perfectly. I was a big fan of Sandro but I always had this odd feeling that he was a bit overhyped by us as he bled passion. Parker on the other hand was no nonsense and I can’t remember him making any glaring mistakes. I feel like we need that kind of character at the moment to shore us up.
 

pangtong

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Still debating:
Dawson, Huddlestone, Gomes, Cudicini
Huddlestone is in my top 5 favourite ever Spurs players, but he doesn't warrant being in there in my opinion. His technique and ability was just fantastic to watch, but he was too inconsistent. Should've scored more screamers than he did too, never seen anyone hit a ball harder!

When Poch said he'd liked to have had Dembele when he was younger, I think of what he'd have done with Huddlestone.
 

Thenewcat

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I know you’ve added Lloris and Son there ( and I wouldn’t disagree), but I think basically if we had just had a peak Kane during Harry’s time we would have won the league or come very close.
If Poch had a peak Modric and Bale we would have won a title without any question.
 
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