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    He's traveled with the squad to Germany, but that's no indication he's been called into the "A" squad

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    There's some hope then.

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    On the bench guys!

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    Spurs need 3 goals and he is literally the only striker on the bench.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    Spurs need 3 goals and he is literally the only striker on the bench.........
    Troy of the Rovers.

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    You would think at 3 nil down at half time a manager would bring on the kid and see what happens. Nothing to lose.

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    With a normal manger perhaps you'd expect a roll of the dice... But not with José, he clung on to that 0-3 (inc. away goal) deficit for dear life

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfdh_edmundo View Post
    With a normal manger perhaps you'd expect a roll of the dice... But not with José, he clung on to that 0-3 (inc. away goal) deficit for dear life
    Brought on a 17 year old defender in 90th minute. I get there might be off the field issues but that just seems like Jose is being a total tool

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    Jose is a fine thick man when it suits him. He does seem to be becoming dated quickly. And I don’t mean his love-life !

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    Putting aside our Irish eyes and looking at the game.. can anyone believe how bad spurs were? Last years finalists

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    Putting aside our Irish eyes and looking at the game.. can anyone believe how bad spurs were? Last years finalists
    They were desperate, I actually was fine with TP not coming on to try to shine in that performance by the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    Putting aside our Irish eyes and looking at the game.. can anyone believe how bad spurs were? Last years finalists
    The last minute goal at Ajax papered over some cracks there. Ajax threw that away and spurs had been rank for a while from March...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamo kerry View Post
    The last minute goal at Ajax papered over some cracks there. Ajax threw that away and spurs had been rank for a while from March...
    Still, this time last year they were after knocking Dortmund out 4-0 (3-0, 1-0) on aggregate. Kane missed the 3-0 too. A perfect reversal against another Bundesliga side this time around.

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    I've moved a bust of posts off to the bin, any more idle speculation or "I heard from my granny's aunt thrice-removed will result in 1 week suspensions or worse, with no warnings bar this one.

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    Appendix surgery will see Parrott miss league restart [rte]
    Covid-negative, maybe; I haven't checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dahamsta View Post
    any more idle speculation or "I heard from my granny's aunt thrice-removed will result in 1 week suspensions
    Does this apply to an appendix once removed?

    Poor beggar, that's the guts (no pun intended) of a month recovering.
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    Troy was available for selection again today, after an unusually long recovery after appendicitis. He did not make the extended 9-man bench.

    How many voodoo dolls do I need to stick pins in to get him back on the bench?

    Hopefully, he will arrange an early loan move next season. He’s wasting away slowly but surely at Spurs. He is highly unlikely to feature again this season

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy_c12000 View Post
    Troy was available for selection again today, after an unusually long recovery after appendicitis. He did not make the extended 9-man bench.

    How many voodoo dolls do I need to stick pins in to get him back on the bench?

    Hopefully, he will arrange an early loan move next season. He’s wasting away slowly but surely at Spurs. He is highly unlikely to feature again this season
    There is no chance he will get game time this season. He couldnt get a game when they had no fit strikers so what chance does he have when everyone is back.

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    Perfect for him, just go and play and score. Kane went there on loan as a young player and it did him no harm at all
    https://www.rte.ie/sport/soccer/2020...all-loan-move/

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    I'm delighted this looks to be happening. When he didn't get the loan move in January I feared he would be left with the under 23s for another year.

    Spurs don't loan out their players much (a poor development strategy in my opinion), reading between the lines I wonder if this was a condition of him agreeing the contract extension a few months ago.

    Millwall probably wouldn't be the first club I'd choose, but he should definitely get in the team there and should develop quickly at that level. By the time he goes back to Spurs the Mourinho era will hopefully be coming to an end - he doesn't tend to last at clubs for too long - and the next manager might be more willing to play the younger players there.

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