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posted on 21/4/21

comment by LukaBrasi #RentFree Patience - We never forget (U22178)
posted 11 minutes ago
comment by Don_tottenham (U3372)
posted 22 minutes ago
comment by Ace (U22467)
posted 1 hour, 59 minutes ago
Brighton were much better than Chelsea last night. Lost count of the times I’ve seen Brighton play really well this season but not win due to their lack of quality players in certain areas - despite the weak personnel they are well drilled and coached. I do think Potter has the potential to do very well with better resources available to him, he’s young and up & coming. I’d have no problem with us giving him a try - much more so than Marcelino or Howe. I am certain that Nagelsmann and Rodgers will not happen, financially or status wise it’s not achievable for us and Potter is an ideal alternative.
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Still not for me. I’m convinced Spurs will have either Nagelsmann or Rodgers by next season. Nobody thought we would get Mourinho due to his high wage demands and we did, so I see no problem in Spurs forking out for a top manager if they want too. It won’t be Potter.
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You forget the compo to Jose and it will cost us around £15-17m to get JN. That's at least £30m just there Don. We are not Man City or Chelsea....That £30m will more than likely effect the transfer budget.

Might want to lower your expectations Don just in case...
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Any money we get a top manager like a Rodgers or Nagelsmann. Might even be Ten Haag, but no way in a million years will it be Potter.

posted on 21/4/21

I remember the same people saying no way are paying for Nagelsmann etc were saying exactly the same thing with Mourinho. “ no way can we afford Mourinho’s wages” etc etc. Spurs won’t be going for some manager that has no real credentials. Potter doesn’t currently have the credentials to manage a club that harbour ambitions to be in the CL. What, because he plays nice football ? Sorry guys, but if Potter is your expectations, then we really have gone backwards

comment by Ace (U22467)

posted on 22/4/21

comment by LukaBrasi #RentFree Patience - We never forget (U22178)
posted 14 hours, 38 minutes ago
comment by Don_tottenham (U3372)
posted 22 minutes ago
comment by Ace (U22467)
posted 1 hour, 59 minutes ago
Brighton were much better than Chelsea last night. Lost count of the times I’ve seen Brighton play really well this season but not win due to their lack of quality players in certain areas - despite the weak personnel they are well drilled and coached. I do think Potter has the potential to do very well with better resources available to him, he’s young and up & coming. I’d have no problem with us giving him a try - much more so than Marcelino or Howe. I am certain that Nagelsmann and Rodgers will not happen, financially or status wise it’s not achievable for us and Potter is an ideal alternative.
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Still not for me. I’m convinced Spurs will have either Nagelsmann or Rodgers by next season. Nobody thought we would get Mourinho due to his high wage demands and we did, so I see no problem in Spurs forking out for a top manager if they want too. It won’t be Potter.
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You forget the compo to Jose and it will cost us around £15-17m to get JN. That's at least £30m just there Don. We are not Man City or Chelsea....That £30m will more than likely effect the transfer budget.

Might want to lower your expectations Don just in case...
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It’s apparently £16m, paid as a wage while he’s on gardening leave, and stops if he takes up a new position.

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