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glacierSpurs

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I think big clubs do that most of the time and won't be surprised transfer fees may even cover some non-disclosure in reporting such actions. As long as Kane was not signing the contract, him leaving in a year's time will always be a shackle to Levy and the club.

I wouldn't be surprised too that Levy and club were absolutely disappointed with his meeting with Tuchel and Bayern as well.
 

coys761

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I can live with him being successful at Bayern, but a Ballon d'Or win in 2024 would sting – the banter as a Tottenham supporter would be relentless.
The first season away from our beloved Tottenham, and he claims the most prestigious individual accolade in football—a reality that's hard to reconcile.
That's a banter bomb waiting to explode. As a Spurs fan, it's a weird mix of pride and potential pain.
It's the kind of scenario that makes you question the football gods' sense of humor.

Also the idea that winning the Ballon d'Or in 2024 might send the unintended message, that you have to leave Tottenham to achieve greatness, is disheartening. It adds a layer of sadness, knowing the potential impact on the next generation of players who play for our badge.
 

rossdapep

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I can live with him being successful at Bayern, but a Ballon d'Or win in 2024 would sting – the banter as a Tottenham supporter would be relentless.
The first season away from our beloved Tottenham, and he claims the most prestigious individual accolade in football—a reality that's hard to reconcile.
That's a banter bomb waiting to explode. As a Spurs fan, it's a weird mix of pride and potential pain.
It's the kind of scenario that makes you question the football gods' sense of humor.

Also the idea that winning the Ballon d'Or in 2024 might send the unintended message, that you have to leave Tottenham to achieve greatness, is disheartening. It adds a layer of sadness, knowing the potential impact on the next generation of players who play for our badge.
I think we need to stop giving a shit about what other rival fans think.

I would be happy for him and would say that he is finally getting the accolades he deserves
 

FrankSpencer

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It's hard to believe how ungrateful Harry Kane has become since his move to Bayern. He used to be the heart and soul of Tottenham, and we supported him through thick and thin. But now, he acts like he doesn't care about us anymore.

All he does is gush about Bayern and his new teammates, as if he never played a single game for Spurs. There's no mention of missing Sonny, the fans, or the iconic White Hart Lane. It's like he's erased all the history and loyalty he had with our club.

It's not just disappointing; it's downright disrespectful. We invested so much love and support in him, and now it's as if he's turned his back on us. It's a shame to see a player who once meant so much to us act this way after leaving the club that made him a star.

It's part of the game, I guess. Players move on, clubs change, but it doesn't make it any less disappointing for us Spurs fans. We'll always have the memories, though, even if Harry seems to have moved on completely.
Romario, is that you?
 

WorcesterTHFC

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I can live with him being successful at Bayern, but a Ballon d'Or win in 2024 would sting – the banter as a Tottenham supporter would be relentless.
The first season away from our beloved Tottenham, and he claims the most prestigious individual accolade in football—a reality that's hard to reconcile.
That's a banter bomb waiting to explode. As a Spurs fan, it's a weird mix of pride and potential pain.
It's the kind of scenario that makes you question the football gods' sense of humor.

Also the idea that winning the Ballon d'Or in 2024 might send the unintended message, that you have to leave Tottenham to achieve greatness, is disheartening. It adds a layer of sadness, knowing the potential impact on the next generation of players who play for our badge.
You don't need a Ballon d'Or (or medals or records) in order to achieve greatness.
 

teedee

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I can live with him being successful at Bayern, but a Ballon d'Or win in 2024 would sting – the banter as a Tottenham supporter would be relentless.
The first season away from our beloved Tottenham, and he claims the most prestigious individual accolade in football—a reality that's hard to reconcile.
That's a banter bomb waiting to explode. As a Spurs fan, it's a weird mix of pride and potential pain.
It's the kind of scenario that makes you question the football gods' sense of humor.

Also the idea that winning the Ballon d'Or in 2024 might send the unintended message, that you have to leave Tottenham to achieve greatness, is disheartening. It adds a layer of sadness, knowing the potential impact on the next generation of players who play for our badge.
You are a real bundle of joy!
 

spurs9

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Didn't Bill Nicholson tap up players all the time?
Completely different back then as players didn't have any power compared to now. Prior to the Bosman ruling, clubs could refuse to release players/demand a fee even if their contract had expired. It's why we were never able to sign Bobby Moore, despite him being desperate to join us.
 

Trent Crimm

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I can live with him being successful at Bayern, but a Ballon d'Or win in 2024 would sting – the banter as a Tottenham supporter would be relentless.
The first season away from our beloved Tottenham, and he claims the most prestigious individual accolade in football—a reality that's hard to reconcile.
That's a banter bomb waiting to explode. As a Spurs fan, it's a weird mix of pride and potential pain.
It's the kind of scenario that makes you question the football gods' sense of humor.

Also the idea that winning the Ballon d'Or in 2024 might send the unintended message, that you have to leave Tottenham to achieve greatness, is disheartening. It adds a layer of sadness, knowing the potential impact on the next generation of players who play for our badge.

When I read your posts Eminem’s Stan is in my head.
 

dagraham

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I can live with him being successful at Bayern, but a Ballon d'Or win in 2024 would sting – the banter as a Tottenham supporter would be relentless.
The first season away from our beloved Tottenham, and he claims the most prestigious individual accolade in football—a reality that's hard to reconcile.
That's a banter bomb waiting to explode. As a Spurs fan, it's a weird mix of pride and potential pain.
It's the kind of scenario that makes you question the football gods' sense of humor.

Also the idea that winning the Ballon d'Or in 2024 might send the unintended message, that you have to leave Tottenham to achieve greatness, is disheartening. It adds a layer of sadness, knowing the potential impact on the next generation of players who play for our badge.

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Trent Crimm

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Kane Responds to Coys761 a la Eminem.

yeah obviously I’d like to have written sooner, you moan a lot, are you sure your not a gooner 😂

Why are you so mad? Try to understand that I do want you as a fan, but bro I now play for Bayern

I seen this news and it sorta made me sick, you hate me now cos I play in Munich

Here’s an autograph for your son, I wrote it on a spurs kit, well My bro Charlie did cos I can’t spell for shit.
 

coys761

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At 10:45 u see Harry arriving here and joining the squad with a big FC Bayern Bag…I’m wondering what kind of message he’s trying to send us Spurs Fans with these actions…
it's hard not to feel a pang of disappointment, wondering if he's already moved on completely mentally.
It's natural to feel a sense of disappointment and I’m wondering if he's trying to tell us that he already turned the page on his time with us.
I might be reading too much into this…
 
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coys761

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Nah... this is a wind up now, I'm out.
mate….couple of months ago we were proudly shouting that he’s one of our own and now he’s traveling back to our city with a bag written FC Bayern all over it. Was it intentional ? I don’t know…but he must have known that there are cameras pointing at him once he steps out of the vehicle.
 
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mightyspur

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mate….couple of months ago we were proudly shouting that he’s one of our own and now he’s traveling back to our city with a bag written FC Bayern all over it. Was it intentional ? I don’t know…but he must have known that there are cameras pointing at him once he steps out of the vehicle.
Seriously who gives a fuck about his choice of luggage :LOL:
 
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