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comment by Chronic (U3423)

posted on 17/1/22

What's everyone's thoughts on a possible Eriksen return to Spurs?

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nope. not on a footballing level, but on a personal level. we never seem to be far away from heart related problems and tragedy, and he is a young guy with a family.... i can just see it all going horribly wrong. it wouldnt sit easy with me, and it would be at the back of everyones mind.

posted on 17/1/22

We need too look forward.
So no.

posted on 17/1/22

comment by Chronic (U3423)
posted 30 minutes ago
What's everyone's thoughts on a possible Eriksen return to Spurs?

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nope. not on a footballing level, but on a personal level. we never seem to be far away from heart related problems and tragedy, and he is a young guy with a family.... i can just see it all going horribly wrong. it wouldnt sit easy with me, and it would be at the back of everyones mind.
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That's not of yours or anyone's concern but him, his family and his doctors. They've all given him the green light to play. He's had a device fitted to avoid this issue cropping up again. It's less of a risk than someone like Aguero who can't be fitted with any such technology as the issue is different. Not sure what you mean by us being close to heart related issues. If you mean Glenn Hoddle or that bloke in the stands the other day then that's a bizarre tenuous link.

posted on 17/1/22

comment by Meet her at the love parade (U6468)
posted 24 minutes ago
We need too look forward.
So no.
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So you wouldn't take Walker back?

Ridiculous.

I get that we need to move forward but the best way of doing that at a club like ours is to somehow get CL football to bring in the kind of money to reshape the squad, eventually with younger players. I find it weird how people dismiss a return of a player considered close to a legend at the club at 29 when it's painfully obvious that there are no alternatives in our price range that aren't even fit enough to lace Eriksen's boots. You say move on. How?

comment by Analog (U17200)

posted on 17/1/22

Bizarre how much stick he got at the end, despite being such a quality player for us. Short memories

A lot of those people deffo underestimated his impact. Probably been made obvious to them after watching us play without him

comment by Phenom (U20037)

posted on 17/1/22

difficult to know how he will get on after his incident but love him and would be bad seeing him at another prem club

comment by Chronic (U3423)

posted on 17/1/22

comment by fridgeboy (U1053)
posted 38 minutes ago
comment by Chronic (U3423)
posted 30 minutes ago
What's everyone's thoughts on a possible Eriksen return to Spurs?

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nope. not on a footballing level, but on a personal level. we never seem to be far away from heart related problems and tragedy, and he is a young guy with a family.... i can just see it all going horribly wrong. it wouldnt sit easy with me, and it would be at the back of everyones mind.
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That's not of yours or anyone's concern but him, his family and his doctors. They've all given him the green light to play. He's had a device fitted to avoid this issue cropping up again. It's less of a risk than someone like Aguero who can't be fitted with any such technology as the issue is different. Not sure what you mean by us being close to heart related issues. If you mean Glenn Hoddle or that bloke in the stands the other day then that's a bizarre tenuous link.
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You are right it’s not my concern, but the question was what are my thoughts on it, and the above are my thoughts on it

comment by Chronic (U3423)

posted on 17/1/22

Also, close to heart situations. Eriksen is a link to us. Former player and his teammate plays for us. Muamba is an obvious one. Hoddle, ginola, and 3 games so far this season in the crowd. Just is something that seems to follow us about and always be linked to us. If something was to go wrong, you just know it would be with us.

posted on 17/1/22

No, no and no again.

No wonder we have owners like we do when we have fans that want players back that downed tools to leave and the guy now has a pacemaker so you really think he can hack it in the PL?

LOL

posted on 17/1/22

comment by Hezzman (U21558)
posted 2 minutes ago
No, no and no again.

No wonder we have owners like we do when we have fans that want players back that downed tools to leave and the guy now has a pacemaker so you really think he can hack it in the PL?

LOL
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There is no way he would have been given the all clear to train, let alone play again if the medical bods did not think he could. I am sure he will be fine, and would be a great addition to Spurs considering the absolute dross currently in the midfield.

posted on 17/1/22

comment by Analog (U17200)
posted 1 hour, 4 minutes ago
Bizarre how much stick he got at the end, despite being such a quality player for us. Short memories

A lot of those people deffo underestimated his impact. Probably been made obvious to them after watching us play without him
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100 per cent correct. He made the team tick, and has never been replaced since he departed, even allowing for his strop at the end, he still used to contribute, and has been absolutely missed since he departed. No coincidence really that the quality of Spurs play since he left has been pretty abysmal.

posted on 17/1/22

In his last season he downed tools. Good luck to him wherever he ends up.

comment by Phenom (U20037)

posted on 17/1/22

whats Dembele up to?

posted on 17/1/22

comment by Phenom (U20037)
posted 21 minutes ago
whats Dembele up to?
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https://youtu.be/RDrfE9I8_hs

posted on 17/1/22

Defoe needs a club and he's only 39.

Or we could sell Kane to City, let him flop and then bring him back in a couple of years time.

posted on 17/1/22

We've been all over this Eriksen question before.
It is old hat.
But for the uninitiated............
Eriksen will never play competitive professional football again.
He is walking around with an implanted heart defibrillator.
The insurance to put him out on the pitch would be astronomical.
No club could afford it. End Of.

posted on 17/1/22

comment by Chronic (U3423)
posted 5 hours, 2 minutes ago
comment by fridgeboy (U1053)
posted 38 minutes ago
comment by Chronic (U3423)
posted 30 minutes ago
What's everyone's thoughts on a possible Eriksen return to Spurs?

--------

nope. not on a footballing level, but on a personal level. we never seem to be far away from heart related problems and tragedy, and he is a young guy with a family.... i can just see it all going horribly wrong. it wouldnt sit easy with me, and it would be at the back of everyones mind.
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That's not of yours or anyone's concern but him, his family and his doctors. They've all given him the green light to play. He's had a device fitted to avoid this issue cropping up again. It's less of a risk than someone like Aguero who can't be fitted with any such technology as the issue is different. Not sure what you mean by us being close to heart related issues. If you mean Glenn Hoddle or that bloke in the stands the other day then that's a bizarre tenuous link.
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You are right it’s not my concern, but the question was what are my thoughts on it, and the above are my thoughts on it
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Similar to me. Obviously wish Eriksen all the very best whatever he does, but personally I feel a touch uncomfortable at times even watching Daley Blind.

posted on 17/1/22

comment by JustCallMeTed (U21528)
posted 1 hour, 38 minutes ago
We've been all over this Eriksen question before.
It is old hat.
But for the uninitiated............
Eriksen will never play competitive professional football again.
He is walking around with an implanted heart defibrillator.
The insurance to put him out on the pitch would be astronomical.
No club could afford it. End Of.

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Nope. You’re absolutely right. Why would I listen to the experts nailing him on for a return to the top flight with Brentford amongst other candidates when I could just listen to wise old Ted instead?! How foolish of me.

posted on 18/1/22

comment by fridgeboy (U1053)
posted 2 hours, 51 minutes ago
comment by JustCallMeTed (U21528)
posted 1 hour, 38 minutes ago
We've been all over this Eriksen question before.
It is old hat.
But for the uninitiated............
Eriksen will never play competitive professional football again.
He is walking around with an implanted heart defibrillator.
The insurance to put him out on the pitch would be astronomical.
No club could afford it. End Of.

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Nope. You’re absolutely right. Why would I listen to the experts nailing him on for a return to the top flight with Brentford amongst other candidates when I could just listen to wise old Ted instead?! How foolish of me.
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Believe the rubbish talk if you can't think hard cash....but we'll see who's right!

posted on 18/1/22

I would take Eriksen back in a second.

posted on 19/1/22

comment by ABC Jelly (U22709)
posted 7 hours, 28 minutes ago
I would take Eriksen back in a second.
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No you would not.
You're talking about the Eriksen of 3 years ago....not the Eriksen of NOW!

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