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Jul 052013

Another article in this Brazilian writer who can not understand English very well, but likes to talk a lot about the Spurs.

In recent days it has grown to speculation about the departure of Adebayor towards Besikitas with including a statement from the club director Ahmet Piper confirmed the team’s interest in Tottenham striker, but it would be interesting to lose Togolese striker?

Of course we are not talking about a vital player in the club, but Adebayor is still the main attack option and if we do preseason with all possibly cast may return to the importance of the 2011-2012 team.

Ever think of the current season Adebayor did little goals and had weak performance in most appearances in the season is not very practical to keep a player who earns a high salary to default Spurs and Tottenham should have better options than him next season.

So this is certainly not the first and will not be the last club that demonstrate interest in the player but taking into account that names like David Villa and maybe Roberto Soldado can get to the club this season selling Adebayor would not be so bad.

Go easy on his English language but I think we are mostly all in agreement the answer is yes.

Jul 032013

The guy who wanted his article published is from Brazil so take that into account before you want to pick out any English errors. Grammar police not welcome.


Much has been said about the possible arrivals and departures WHL this summer and how they influence our performance next season, but also has spoken after this as is the use of young Tottenham and what will be its impact in this important club season.


First to remember as some promising youngsters failed to loan periods such as Mason Ryan and Souleymane Coulybali bit impressed that the representation of Grosseto and Lorient respectively, and may still be a bit raw to wear a shirt Spur.


However some young people who were at the club or gone for short loan periods had notable performances notices Andros Townsend, Alex Pritchard, Tom Carroll and Harry Kane helped the team win a runner-U21 Premier League which was the best result of team competitions based sites after long periods without major victories.


Clearly some of these names have yet to experience cases: Grant Hall, Kevin Stewart and Cristian Ceballos but others now seem to deserve the chance to wear a professional Tottenham as quoted above: Andros Townsend, Alex Pritchard and Tom Carroll are some names that ask passage and may rather join the cast next season Lillywhite.


So this may or may not be a generation of young people to change the history of Tottenham Hotspur, but no doubt this group of boys deserve a chance to show and impress us all with his football in our club.