- Aug 14, 2005
Farewell fella. Some good memories and some not so good. Shame you never turned up against the big teams and when it really mattered. But I wish you well.
Goals against Man City, Man United, Chelsea, Real Madrid... Assists against everyone... Let’s not get carried away. He would have gone with best wishes from most of us if not for the fact that he played as though his heart wasn’t in it for the last year. His heart wasn’t in it, but don’t play that way. Other than that he was a fantastic player for years and when he was on the top of his game so were the rest of the team. The orchestrator off the best winning football Spurs have played in many a year.Farewell fella. Some good memories and some not so good. Shame you never turned up against the big teams and when it really mattered. But I wish you well.
Looking back he wasnt awful but he isnt as good as he should or could be, it is testament to him that we expected more because he is such a good and intelligent passer or the ball. I am sure we didnt help him and by always trying to aim for the near post perhaps for a flick on etc - the margin of error is smaller therefore he kept hitting the first man.Actually he was one of the best in the league for assists from indirect free kicks. Corners were the issue but a lot of that was due to his instructions (flat delivery to the near post). Of course at some point they should probably (he or the coaching staff) have considered changing things up, as it really wasn't working. All I'm saying the perception of him being a dead ball specialist is far from a myth.
improve his fitness? But SERIE A is basically walking football lolInter Milan boss Antonio Conte has revealed Christian Eriksen needs time to improve his fitness to Serie A levels after making his first start since leaving Tottenham. The Danish midfielder struggled to make an impact on his first start for the Serie A club since his £17.5 million switch from...www.standard.co.uk