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Great article, well worth a read.

Brilliant attitude from Moura. Seems a true team player. I really hope he holds down his place in the side this year and kicks on.

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/aug/24/lucas-moura-start-respect-pochettino-tottenham-ajax-interview

posted on 25/8/19

The man is quality as is the player , he seems a very humble individual.

Let's hope he stars against Newcastle and rips em apart.

posted on 25/8/19

Moura being one of my favorite players, I absolutely respect his mentality. Highly disciplined, humble player.

posted on 25/8/19

Really good player and even though I'm not a fan of his politics, seems like a lovely guy

posted on 25/8/19

Remember this, regardless of Kane being "fit" or not, it was Lucas Moura who single handedly qualified us for the CL Final. And his reward, to be benched for the actual Final He alone got us into.

On this basis alone I will always accept we didn't deserve to win the Final and rightly so.

Mau (aka Poch) really isn't that good of a manager. He didn't even start Moura against Mancunian Town and it was almost a carbon copy. Started Kane, Kane didn't score... *in a big game*. Moura is a big game player.

My point here is evidence alone blatantly shows Pochettino really doesn't learn from his mistakes. He even went on record after the first game of the season against Villa and said "I made mistakes in the first half"

What's done is done. I like the manager, but he ain't no Keith Burkinshaw. We probably will never qualify for the CL Final again. Not under this current regime.

Of course Moura should start.

Please, someone, explain exactly what it means when we read here and there, "Kane has so much "power" it is he alone [not the manager] who decides if he starts"?

posted on 25/8/19

comment by Christopher (U20930)
posted 4 minutes ago
Really good player and even though I'm not a fan of his politics, seems like a lovely guy
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Ironic considering your name

posted on 25/8/19

comment by Eighties Glory Years (U22086)
posted 4 minutes ago
Remember this, regardless of Kane being "fit" or not, it was Lucas Moura who single handedly qualified us for the CL Final. And his reward, to be benched for the actual Final He alone got us into.

On this basis alone I will always accept we didn't deserve to win the Final and rightly so.

Mau (aka Poch) really isn't that good of a manager. He didn't even start Moura against Mancunian Town and it was almost a carbon copy. Started Kane, Kane didn't score... *in a big game*. Moura is a big game player.

My point here is evidence alone blatantly shows Pochettino really doesn't learn from his mistakes. He even went on record after the first game of the season against Villa and said "I made mistakes in the first half"

What's done is done. I like the manager, but he ain't no Keith Burkinshaw. We probably will never qualify for the CL Final again. Not under this current regime.

Of course Moura should start.

Please, someone, explain exactly what it means when we read here and there, "Kane has so much "power" it is he alone [not the manager] who decides if he starts"?
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Yeah you'll always accept that we didnt deserve to win - except for the 2 months afterwards when you wouldn't stop crying about how great we were and how we were robbed by the handball decision

posted on 25/8/19

comment by Christopher (U20930)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Eighties Glory Years (U22086)
posted 4 minutes ago
Remember this, regardless of Kane being "fit" or not, it was Lucas Moura who single handedly qualified us for the CL Final. And his reward, to be benched for the actual Final He alone got us into.

On this basis alone I will always accept we didn't deserve to win the Final and rightly so.

Mau (aka Poch) really isn't that good of a manager. He didn't even start Moura against Mancunian Town and it was almost a carbon copy. Started Kane, Kane didn't score... *in a big game*. Moura is a big game player.

My point here is evidence alone blatantly shows Pochettino really doesn't learn from his mistakes. He even went on record after the first game of the season against Villa and said "I made mistakes in the first half"

What's done is done. I like the manager, but he ain't no Keith Burkinshaw. We probably will never qualify for the CL Final again. Not under this current regime.

Of course Moura should start.

Please, someone, explain exactly what it means when we read here and there, "Kane has so much "power" it is he alone [not the manager] who decides if he starts"?
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Yeah you'll always accept that we didnt deserve to win - except for the 2 months afterwards when you wouldn't stop crying about how great we were and how we were robbed by the handball decision
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Which we were (robbed). Poetic justice? Karma? Of course, at the time, many of us were enraged by the decision (after weeks leading up to the "our name is on the cup" final).
Now in hindsight, and seeing repetitive decisions such as against the Mancunians last week where Moura was once again benched) it is all panning out...

Listen. This one man, Lucas Moura, performed an absolute sensational, spectacular, and stunning Champions League Final hat trick where all the odds were stacked against us. He literally scored the winning goal on the exact second of added time. OK, we can even say he made Mauricio Pochettino fall on his knees. I am sure Levy was absolutely grateful and indebted to Lucas' "heroics"...

So why oh why oh why was Lucas Moura then "rewarded" with being a mere substitute at the actual Final??

It beggars belief! So for that, good! I am glad we didn't win the Champions League. On this basis alone.

posted on 25/8/19

comment by Eighties Glory Years (U22086)
posted 1 hour, 49 minutes ago
comment by Christopher (U20930)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Eighties Glory Years (U22086)
posted 4 minutes ago
Remember this, regardless of Kane being "fit" or not, it was Lucas Moura who single handedly qualified us for the CL Final. And his reward, to be benched for the actual Final He alone got us into.

On this basis alone I will always accept we didn't deserve to win the Final and rightly so.

Mau (aka Poch) really isn't that good of a manager. He didn't even start Moura against Mancunian Town and it was almost a carbon copy. Started Kane, Kane didn't score... *in a big game*. Moura is a big game player.

My point here is evidence alone blatantly shows Pochettino really doesn't learn from his mistakes. He even went on record after the first game of the season against Villa and said "I made mistakes in the first half"

What's done is done. I like the manager, but he ain't no Keith Burkinshaw. We probably will never qualify for the CL Final again. Not under this current regime.

Of course Moura should start.

Please, someone, explain exactly what it means when we read here and there, "Kane has so much "power" it is he alone [not the manager] who decides if he starts"?
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Yeah you'll always accept that we didnt deserve to win - except for the 2 months afterwards when you wouldn't stop crying about how great we were and how we were robbed by the handball decision
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Which we were (robbed). Poetic justice? Karma? Of course, at the time, many of us were enraged by the decision (after weeks leading up to the "our name is on the cup" final).
Now in hindsight, and seeing repetitive decisions such as against the Mancunians last week where Moura was once again benched) it is all panning out...

Listen. This one man, Lucas Moura, performed an absolute sensational, spectacular, and stunning Champions League Final hat trick where all the odds were stacked against us. He literally scored the winning goal on the exact second of added time. OK, we can even say he made Mauricio Pochettino fall on his knees. I am sure Levy was absolutely grateful and indebted to Lucas' "heroics"...

So why oh why oh why was Lucas Moura then "rewarded" with being a mere substitute at the actual Final??

It beggars belief! So for that, good! I am glad we didn't win the Champions League. On this basis alone.


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You're glad we didnt win the champions league

Feel like I've been wummed ffs

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