Match Threads Spurs vs Sheffield United - Match Thread

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 84 77.1%
  • Sheffield United Win

    Votes: 5 4.6%
  • Score Draw

    Votes: 18 16.5%
  • Goal-less Draw

    Votes: 2 1.8%

  • Total voters
    109
  • Poll closed .

Gbspurs

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Money has to be on Kane to score as once we have played Sheff Utd they will become the only PL team he has played but not scored against if he doesn't score.
 

WiganSpur

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I'd love for Tanganga to have a career with us, but he won't be here next season unless we start giving him some games. As it stands, he's out of contract next summer and he's not signing a new contract.
Hopefully we actually try to win the FA Cup this time around so he gets a run in the second half of the season. We'll need to show our commitment to him though by preferring him over Jan and Toby though I agree.
 

Marauder

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Personally, I would have preferred to might as well throw in Sessegnon as well at LB see what he can do (i/o Davies) and Foyth at CB i/o Sánchez and then we are set 👍
 

davidmatzdorf

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Yes, but he should of removed Eriksen from the team weeks ago.

Maybe the term penny dropping is a bit OTT, but it does feel like a monumental moment.
Well it could be the changing of the guard. A new phase. What the manager wanted.
 

mano-obe

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Love the midfield and forward lineup. Apprehensive about the backline but for the first time it feels like months since I've been genuinely excited. It would have been even better if Sessengon started
 

archiewasking

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I'd love for Tanganga to have a career with us, but he won't be here next season unless we start giving him some games. As it stands, he's out of contract next summer and he's not signing a new contract.
Hope he stays. Very excited about his potential.
 

DJS

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Very happy to see Lo Celso and Ndombele starting again as well as Dier and Sanchez at centre back.

Davies also coming back at left back is good, shame Foyth didn’t get another game but Poch does like to rotate his full backs lol.

Probably almost best side he can put out at mo so let’s hope we can put in another good performance, it’s on the players and not poor manager selection today.
 

TEESSIDE1

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Very happy to see Lo Celso and Ndombele starting again as well as Dier and Sanchez at centre back.

Davies also coming back at left back is good, shame Foyth didn’t get another game but Poch does like to rotate his full backs lol.

Probably almost best side he can put out at mo so let’s hope we can put in another good performance, it’s on the players and not poor manager selection today.
Dier had a decent game overall against RSB but what caught my attention was his interviews this week were he said he was finally glad to be over his ill health and glad to be back playing again. The way it was worded implied he kinda knew he was going to be actively involved more often... therefore seeing him in the line up and the inclusion of TND and GLC, and the omittance of Rose, Toby and Eriksen implies the penny has finally dropped with Poch.
 

The Apprentice

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Would love Dier to cement a centre back spot. He’s a leader in this team.

Come on boys, let’s get our league season off and running.
 
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