the tired tread of sad biology
- Sep 2, 2013
Just read this myself. Love the bit about hoping to stay until he retires. Seems to have a mature head on his shoulders. What a bonus him coming through has been. It's given the whole place a lift.
Levy: “Five year deal. 7k a week, then, young Japhet.”“I’ve been at Tottenham for a long time, since I was 10, and they’ve helped me a lot,” Tanganga said. “This club means a lot to me. I’d love to stay with them as long as I could and go on until I retire.”
Music to my ears.
I think the main thing is that he gets enough game time to develop as a player. If that means he plays RB or CB hardly matters as all experience is good though as you say it would be useful if he was able to play both positions well.I think we know he's a good CB, time to trial him at RB for the rest of the season because if he's good enough then we may only need one signing there with Japhet covering two positions.
Tanganga looks the business, but that’s ott. Lesley also debuted at nearly two years younger, and by the end of 00/01 playing in midfield looked every bit the legend he became. We’ll be blessed of Tanganga ends up half as good (but half as injured too).It was about time we gave more chances to energetic passionate youngsters. Sick of watching Aurier and Ericksen, give the positions to other players who want it.
Tanganga in my opinion is more developed than King was when he first started, I hope that is a sign of things to come.
Dare I say it...he could become the next Ledley.“I’ve been at Tottenham for a long time, since I was 10, and they’ve helped me a lot,” Tanganga said. “This club means a lot to me. I’d love to stay with them as long as I could and go on until I retire.”
Music to my ears.
King was a midfield rolls Royce from day one
I like tanganga, bags of potential but Ledders was a bit more spesh imo