Willian hints at Tottenham transfer to reunite with Jose Mourinho

Gb160

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Yes from me.
Exactly this.
Most fans are unable to look at the situation from the outside.
Willian choosing Chelsea and Jose Over us back then with AVB is like having the choice between going to City with Pep or Arsenal with the cone boy.

It's a no brainer, and a choice any non Spurs supporting player would make 99 times out of 100.
Admittedly the whole medical thing was a bit shitty, but I'm saying that as a Spurs fan...any other player at any other club and id probably laugh.
 

C0YS

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I'd be happy with it. A bit of experience and in rotation.
 

archiewasking

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Exactly this.
Most fans are unable to look at the situation from the outside.
Willian choosing Chelsea and Jose Over us back then with AVB is like having the choice between going to City with Pep or Arsenal with the cone boy.

It's a no brainer, and a choice any non Spurs supporting player would make 99 times out of 100.
Admittedly the whole medical thing was a bit shitty, but I'm saying that as a Spurs fan...any other player at any other club and id probably laugh.
Shame on you. Logic is frowned on in here. You're looking at a lifetime ban.
 

Japhet

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We've accepted Mourinho so I really don't give a fuck who wears the shirt now.
 

Freddie

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Always thought he was brilliant and couldn't understand why a lot of Chelsea fans didn't rate him. So I started watching more closely and my word is he frustrating. Would only make sense as a Lamela replacement as he's fit more often and has more end product, but he's already passed his peak. I'd rather we didn't. And he's mugged us off before.
 

SwedishSpurs

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Even if we ignore his history, do we really need a player like him when we have signed Bergwijn?
 

bubble07

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He is a top player but we need to have a level of self respect as a club. Based on that we cant sign him
 

PLTuck

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Not entirely against it if its what Jose wants, but surely we can do better.

Even though its the shitrag, at least there are quotes I guess. From loaded questions no doubt, but quotes nonetheless.
 

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After he took the piss over us paying for his flight to London which he then used to disappear up Chelsea's ****hole?

He can f*** off, jump off a cliff, then go f*** himself and the horse (or plane) he rode in on. I CANNOT stand him.

I'd rather douse myself in petrol and strike a match than see that buck-toothed, microphone-haired shitstain bastard wearing our shirt.

I'd happily fellate a rabid, tuberculotic badger if it ensured that his rank, fetid, arse-water-tasting existence went unassociated with the club.

Sorry, chaps, but I REALLY hate him.

...

That said, if Jose wants him, then who am I to say him nay? I won't ever sing his name, though.
But, but, how do you really feel, don’t be shy we’re all friends here :woot:
 

jolsnogross

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It's an upgrade on the matic and fellaini 'jose reunion' theme, but still pretty shit. Bergwijn was a nice get, more of that profile in other positions would be great. Attacking mid is the least of our needs at the moment. No need to target discards on the downward slope.
 

Ionman34

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No from me. Turns up when he feels like it. If he wasn’t past his sell by date can anyone honestly see Chelsea letting him go to us? They’d renew his contract.

I’m really trying to put the distaste for him to one side and look at this dispassionately, but I’m only human. Dropping us like a stone right after his medical was bad enough, but to then rub our noses in it with that advert?

For that alone I’d never want to see him in a Spurs shirt.

EVER.
 

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After he took the piss over us paying for his flight to London which he then used to disappear up Chelsea's ****hole?

He can f*** off, jump off a cliff, then go f*** himself and the horse (or plane) he rode in on. I CANNOT stand him.

I'd rather douse myself in petrol and strike a match than see that buck-toothed, microphone-haired shitstain bastard wearing our shirt.

I'd happily fellate a rabid, tuberculotic badger if it ensured that his rank, fetid, arse-water-tasting existence went unassociated with the club.

Sorry, chaps, but I REALLY hate him.

...

That said, if Jose wants him, then who am I to say him nay? I won't ever sing his name, though.
Perfectly summarised
 

Spurslove

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No from me. Turns up when he feels like it. If he wasn’t past his sell by date can anyone honestly see Chelsea letting him go to us? They’d renew his contract.

I’m really trying to put the distaste for him to one side and look at this dispassionately, but I’m only human. Dropping us like a stone right after his medical was bad enough, but to then rub our noses in it with that advert?

For that alone I’d never want to see him in a Spurs shirt.

EVER.
Willian is still a superb player, and I'd love us to sign him, but we're getting worked up over something which is never going to happen.

Apparently, we were close to signing Giroud last window but the blue scumbags prevented him from playing for a proper football club. He wanted to leave the club but stay in London. I read that he was keen to make the switch and then suddenly, after being 'spoken to' by his rotten club, he decided to stay on there. Hmm.

This is their modus operandi. They let loads of media speculation build up and just when you think sometthing's gonna happen, BANG.

They really are a vile bunch of arseholes from top to bottom.

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