The Daily ITK Discussion Thread - 18th June 2013

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HappySpur

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My opinions line was a joke Happy, was quoting verbatim the typical joke about opinions. :)

I used it because it was something people might have seen as potentially inflamatory, but I thought it was a joke. So I had your back (y)
 

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What people assume is that Baldini identified lamela for Roma & think jj is wrong in his his assesment of Baldini but it was Berhand Krausz who has his eye on south American talent for Roma, we don't know the context of what jj has haf DISCUSSIONS about, it could be something trivial over players to accept bids for to raise funds u just dont know ie what if the sales of kaboul or sandro Were raised in a meeting to free up funds .. wouldn't we all think he has'nt a clue about players, Anyway scouts are for identifying players Baldini is more smoocher & plays the game & if end result = players we want.(altough I'd prefer players we need (playmaker) who am I to say & that's the problem with twitter It's unclear
In farming in the old days they would have a hares corner in a field & imo that's what jj needs a place where he can express himself without been restricted, if questions come in he can choose which ones to answere
Thats just. My 2 cents on it .. people were bang out of order 2day if u don't believe it, It's simple ignore it
 

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I think from the response, some are getting emotional but mostly all of us wants the club to change in the right way.

I am more positive than negative bec the supporters are now behind AVB...(y)

So I dont care what those ITK says as long as AVB gets the board backing. I am begining to worry looking at the business done by other clubs.
 

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agree whole heartedly. JJ, don't take any notice of the whinging w***ers.:love: in a manly fashion of course....

A&C you need to hand out salt tablets for a hot steamy summer at the start of every new thread
Hey bro, you from Singapore? Cheers!! :)
 

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/tottenham-hotspur/10128628/Exclusive-Tottenham-Hotspur-head-coach-Andre-Villas-Boas-rejects-lucrative-post-at-Paris-St-Germain.html

New Jason Burt article:

Notes:

-Baldini imminent
-Levy still holds pursestrings
-Andre loyal and happy
-Paulinho offer imminent
-Villa still keen to join

PSG are believed to have offered Villas-Boas a three-year contract, which would have placed him among the three highest-paid managers in world football, as well as unlimited transfers funds.
Baldini’s appointment, a deal that was agreed earlier this week and will be announced imminently, has also helped persuade Villas-Boas to stay as he has a strong relationship with the Italian, who recently left Roma and is regarded as one of the best football administrators in Europe.
Villas-Boas has been urging Spurs to recruit Baldini since he arrived at the club and chairman Daniel Levy has always liked the European model of a head coach and director of football. It remains to be seen how much control over transfers Levy now cedes in the new set-up.
Villas-Boas will now hope that Spurs push ahead with strengthening their squad so that they can challenge for honours next season and that ambition has also made him decide to stay.
According to sources close to Villas-Boas he is extremely grateful to Spurs and Levy for the opportunity they gave him last summer, after he was sacked by Chelsea after only a few months, and does not want to be regarded as a coach who changes clubs every season. He does want to show loyalty to Spurs where he has two more years left on his current deal and where he is settled and happy.
Villas-Boas is, nevertheless, extremely keen for the club to back his judgment in the transfer market having missed out on a series of first-choice targets including Joao Moutinho, Oscar, Willian and Leandro Damiao despite deals appearing to be in place.
The head coach is therefore hoping to make the Brazilian international Paulinho his first signing of what could be an exciting summer of transfer activity for Spurs.
Talks have taken place with Paulinho’s club, Corinthians, and an official offer is expected soon of at least £15 million for the 24-year-old box-to-box midfielder who is currently starring in Brazil’s Confederations Cup campaign.
Villas-Boas is also keen to improve Spurs’ forward line and has held discussions over acquiring David Villa from Barcelona. It is understood that the 31-year-old Spanish international would like to come to the Premier League and is enthusiastic about joining Spurs.
Assuming this report is reasonably accurate and AVB was offered unlimited funds to strengthen the PSG squad it shows conclusively IMO that these monied clubs are just ignoring FFP. PSG's fan base, and other income, will never provide sufficient income for the clubs' expenses to be covered.
 
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