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I don't see how anyone can equate Spurs with Liverpool as Liverpool has almost 50% more turnover than Spurs and, with CL now, will have almost double. Liverpool FC just like to pretend to slum like the trust fund wankers who have invaded Brooklyn.
Arsenal also have a much, much less annoying fan base than Liverpool(no offense to our resident Liverpool fans, they aren't part of the problem).
Neither is going to win the World Cup but in a one game situation both have a reasonable chance to beat any team in the world. I don't think either team deserves to be an overwhelming underdog in any game.
Speaking of Bebe, Frank and Mefisto that was an agent payoff right? There were pundits at the time that mocked SAF and United for Bebe, but IIRC I thought it was a not so subtle agent bribe.
That's not the point I'm making, though. Tottenham have an expensive roster because they've been able to find a Berbatov and a Modric and a Bale to sell on. They don't have an expensive roster because they can go into the market and just buy those guys like Arsenal, Man City, Man U etc. can.
Speaking of Bebe, Frank and Mefisto that was an agent payoff right?
Wigan take the early lead. If QPR loses here I wonder if Fernandes and his backers cut their losses.
Hey let's take a completely unproven and new to the team player (Julian Green) because that always works!
You might be very happy to have him in 2018.
Again, he's taking Brek Shea's spot on the team.
There's a half a dozen players that he could be taking the spot from, who are actually playing and playing well.
The Thai owners of newly promoted Leicester City are willing to spend $300m (£180m) to achieve their goal of finishing in the top five of the English Premier League within the next three seasons.
Here come the Premier League's latest suckers.
Also, we're all officially sick of Spain winning everything, right? Just checking.
A half-dozen attacking midfielders?
The Tim Sherwood era is officially over.
I'd like to see Brazil or Argentina win or one of the dark horses like Belgium or Colombia.
He might end up at West Brom, so fear not!
Omar Gonzalez is one of the top 3? They don't watch the same games I do.
The prospect of the Los Angeles Galaxy center back starting in Brazil terrifies me, especially after his less than stellar performance against Mexico, but I still think it’s going to happen.
Odds (from Sky)
Mauricio Pochettino - 11/10
Frank de Boer - 2/1
Rafa Benitez - 5/1
David Moyes - 9/1
Thomas Tuchel - 10/1
Michael Laudrup - 25/1
Roberto Martinez - 28/1
Luciano Spalletti - 28/1
Jurgen Klinsmann - 33/1
Roberto Mancini - 33/1
Carlo Ancelotti - 33/1
Max Allegri - 33/1
Gus Poyet - 33/1
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