Daily mail running the "out for a while" line
Clearly it’s the same priority as the supporters which is why we have signed a GK, RB, LB, DM, RWF and are trying to buy a big money CB. Clearly a major priority.
Its like listening to a cultist - you have your narrative and won’t move regardless of any fact presented. It’s still January and Kane and Son both are still out in your mind.
it’s quite simple a top quality CB is our major priority whilst a striker is a nice but nonessential extra.
The striker rumours are just as strong as the CB rumours do once again laughable by you to try and say the CB is a priority but striker isn’t.
And as much as you try to spin this January nonsense you do the need for a striker was present long before that.
I gave the final few minutes of the first half a rewatch specifically to watch Son, how he was moving, his body language.
Now, there didn't seem to be any opportunities for a lungbusting run in the last couple of minutes so we can't check that out - but he really didn't look like a guy who was carrying a hamstring injury. No reaching back and holding his thigh, seemed happy enough jogging around looking to get involved in play.
I dunno, unless he injured himself walking down the tunnel I don't get it.
I'm absolutely hoping you're right.
Son looked fine right up to HT. so I too hope it's precautionary.
Hope you're right but if there's anything we learned from that documentary - Son is tough as nails. He's going to give it a 100 until someone from the medical staff tells him he can't play.
Why have the bin dippers basically never had an injury to any of their front 3 in the past 2 years - and we have basically never had our 1st choice front 3 available in that time????
Kane grew up near the White hart Lane, supported Spurs growing up and came through the academy. It's not favoritism you moron. Fans just have more affinity with someone who comes from a similar working-class background, in an area where it's predominantly Spurs supporters and it's very close to the stadium.I get what you're saying here but you really think favoritism/biases based on race/nationality etc. doesn't exist? I'm not sure how you view the Bale/Real Madrid situation but I doubt Real Madrid fans/management would have treated Bale the way they did had he been Spanish after all he did for them.
LaLiga: Gareth Bale's agent Jonathan Barnett blasts 'disgraceful' Real Madrid fans - Sports News , FirstpostBale fell out badly with coach Zinedine Zidane and on a number of occasions was subject to booing from sections of the Madrid support.www.firstpost.com