Sunday, June 01, 2008

Dos Santos To Sign In A Matter Of Days...

Shout when you can see him...

The Spanish are indicating that the light at the end of the tunnel is indeed light and not as some of us were beginning to feel, the front of an oncoming train.

Giovani Dos Santos will come with the usual endlessly tiered contract dependent upon the usual variables of appearances, goals, Super Mario Kart Hi Scores etc.

The player's agent is said to have been busily sparring with THFC bean counters earlier week and this thing could be resolved as soon as tomorrow. Monday.

The agent has said, "The project is promising and has offered Giovani ambitious and wants to become great in the Tottenham and helping the team to be. . It is true that to leave the club this is a risky decision, but for his qualities seem to be the best option for him." Which doesn't sound too awful, as agent pronouncements go.

The player's father is quoted as saying, "it is an honor that teams such as Tottenham are set in Giovani, but there is nothing official yet but is well under way." Which is again optimistic enough fare for any Spurs fan, I would've thought.

Interesting snippet to all this is that the father goes on to remark that the ankle injury to his boy is now good and the recovery ought meet the dealines.

BIOYC!



121 comments:

Anonymous said...

lets hope this is true harry

but what of our sales out? any word of any offers coming in for our players

also what is to be made of all the news around bentley, joaquin, capel, behrani - the endless onslaught of spurs proposed winger purchases??

Anonymous said...

I also hope this is true harry. One little issue with the article, zizinho is his dad not his agent. His agent is Pini Zahavi who is a right little cunt, if the quotes were from him then that is very promising. Tottenham need this guy not only for improvement but also to keep that Bulgarian.COYS

Anonymous said...

Hi harry thanks again for the update, just one question for you mate that picture you got is that for me when i do my streak??........lol
Big Belly

Benjamin said...

Mate Zizinho is his father.

stoney said...

Talk is cheap, even in the monied world of football. Their comments are a stick to prod a few of europe's bigger clubs, trying to spur them into action. Reading between the lines they say 'get a move on before it's too late'. I'll be very pleased to see him at the lane, he's very talented, but i'll also be surprised... very suprised.

sirbillynick said...

looks good but cant help wonder'ing why this "wonder kid" is going on the cheap?? have a mate just outside barce claiming him to be a real party animal???

"in a world of united's, city's, town's, rover's & albion's there is only one HOTSPUR",

Anonymous said...

All these glamour players are fine but what happened to a decent defensive midfielder. This is far to reminiscent of last year: Boatang, Bent, left sided player...

All of this fails to address the problem that has dogged Spurs for the last two years, failure to replace Michael Carrick.

Anonymous said...

hi
i enjoy reading your blog.
But where are you getting these quotes from?! Because I really hope they are true and he signs.
Thanks.

Anonymous said...

look at the top of the article, click on spanish and its from a paper. But the question is, are the quotes the paper published true? They may be fabricating....would his agent/father rly be commenting at this stage?

Anonymous said...

ANTON FERDINAND is set for a £6million move to Spurs????????.
if we were to get him, and i hope we don't, but if we were to get him I'm gonna keep it in mind that at 23 i didn't think much of woodgate or rio ferdinand either. or terry for that matter. center backs, with the exception of your campbells, kings and nesta's, tend to bloom when the reach the second half of their 20's. look at someone like dunne, who all of a sudden is hot property when at that age he was just this useless fat lump.

having said all that, I'd rather stick with our current 4, or replace either daws or kaboul (not both) with someone that has more experience......
Big Belly

benhotspur said...

intersting on dos santos but won't allow myself to believe it untill official. On a brighter note joe hart has already signed! I was at a party last night in shrewsbury and his dad says it's done and dusted! Will be anounced after international duty.

Anonymous said...

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calebray said...

This is a good signing, forget commoli's "ones for the future" this is a ramos one for the future - see the difference damien - now piss off and take all your mediocre midfielders with you - on a lighter note - i see we are close to signing anton ferdinand - if modric is the 21st century cruyff, is he the 21st ceentury doherty?
COYS

Anonymous said...

just a few questions about Dos Santos
1. where does he play
2. is he good enough to start for next season as i am soooo tired of us buying for the future.

just a bit worried about the lack of intrest we seem to have for a new top class goal keeper, got any news on a new goal keeper coming to the lane
COYS

Anonymous said...

i heard he was at chelsea yesterday hope not

Anonymous said...

surely best news of the day is PSG's interest in Comolli?

Anonymous said...

He's an attacking midfielder who can play left or right or behind the main striker, left footed but played usually on the right for Barca.
Anyone else heard that if he comes to us his younger brother Jonathan will also??

Anonymous said...

Just got my girlfriend to translate the story interesting points are this.
8 million euros up front rising to 11 mil in add ons.
Ramos has told him he will be an essential part of the team.
Details to be concluded in london by monday (think Harry said that).
Very advanced stage.
Player and family have spoken to Ramos, Zizinho is very impressed with our offer and Santos wants to make him self a big name within the spurs team.

Sounds like a done deal to me, I bloody hope so cause i think he is quality.

Yidinfrance
COYS

Anonymous said...

Sign him now! I'm not usually one for players in the future either but his hattrick the other day was sublime. dos santos or zokora/taino/boeteng/malbranque etc? There's no question who I'd prefer. It's these type of signings that get the ball rolling for more top class players to look our way, people like dunne aren't gunna cut the mustard I don't think.

Interesting looking at the poll on that spanish website, of thousands of spaniards only 6% want berbatov over the likes of benzema and ibrahimovich, that's fine by me!

-sicknote

Anonymous said...

i agree with alot of comments spec one sayin about replacin carrick need a strong holdin player..i thought huddlestone was a player to full fill his boots...lot of potesial but he doesnt act like he wants it...to lazy, clearly doesnt have the best diet as hes a bit podgy

we need someone who is going to fight for the the ball like malbranque...and can pass real good..thats the player we need...that is what we missin and will win us games

Dos santos is a fantastic player great for the future...we should get him at all costs... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC5e6daBB4A...copy and paste that...you can see him in action

we should sell berb....quality player...slightly over rated and we get a real good price for him...prob around 30m...hes 27 hes a had his best seson no one will want him in 2 years time.

time to get a young striker to fill his boots...

Keane and Bent are good enough though should give bent a real chance with less preasure on him

Q

pompeyyid said...

Anybody else read that piece of crap by the shit-stirring Spammer journo in the Sunday Mirror ("White Hart Pain")?
Apparently Ramos' huge summer sales extravanganza will include one "Gary O'Hara." Who he?
And a further sign of the alleged "turmoil" at THFC is that "scout Eddie Presland has left" - the implication being that he either quit or was shown the door.
Eddie grew up 'round the corner from my Auntie Mae in East Ham. He's just turned 65 and, no drama, has simply retired.
Meanwhile, back on planet Earth - Anton ("Me Granny's dead") Ferdinand ain't coming to Spurs... because Dunne ain't going to Pompey.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update, Harry. This is great news. The recruitment of Dos Santos makes the whole Sunday Sainsbury's / B & Q merry-go-round a bit more tolerable.

But why do we have to spoil it all by getting a new goalie? Everybody knows they eat too much and they let in too many goals.

What's all this about Anton Ferdinand? I'd rather we sign Anton du Beke from Strictly Come Dancing.

9.37 Anon

Anonymous said...

I really hope this is true. Dos Santos is a quality player that i would love to se at the lane.
But if we sign him, would we still be after Capel?

We really have to get a new DM to, zokora/hudd just isnt good enough for uss.

We should try sign Jean ll Makoun, he really looks quality from what i have seen from him.

Anonymous said...

i don't buy it one bit. on his way to chelsea or nter no doubt.

Anonymous said...

We are not Manchester United, or Real Madrid. Although still a kid, Dos Santos is hardly likely to be signing for Spurs.

Lets not humiliate ourselves. Wait until the deal is done before any of us get excited.

Anonymous said...

Just had the spanish article translated myself, using an online translator.

Seems that Juande Branches wants Dos Santos to make the crossing to do great things with his equipment.

Sounds promising.

Anonymous said...

A really curious report of the day is in the Telegraph, suggesting Whinger will join PSG as President in 2011.

The club is currently looking for a Director of Sport, with our very own 'Dame in the Frame', so we're told.

What does this mean? Is Dame preparing to simply 'move on' to the next professional challenge in the course of his persoanl development? Or has Ramos shone a light on the man's work, and Levy has found it to be not too appealing?

If Dame is the complete numskull some Spurs fans would have us all believe, we wouldn't have Ramos at the club. Nor would a man with the nous of Whinger (supposedly) want him on the staff of PSG. Unless Whinger believes he brings out the best in Dame.

"Gary O'Hara" out? Good riddance. I much prefer his brother.

9.37 Anon

Anonymous said...

dos santos is magice yes it very true he will being signing on monday
do you all remember gazza in his earlys day for spurs that is who we are getting paul was lightweight but that did not stop he becoming one of spurs best player for year to come this boy is only 19 years of age his class is there for all to see buy him now dont you just know levy get players on the cheap and two years time get a huge profit on the player thats is enics way of doing transfers always has been but hope they dont do a carrick in couple of years time and sell the player for a record transfer fee santos in spurs team we should build a team around him
he is that good rebecca

billy said...

this would be a brillaint signing, hope it all goes ahead. ramos is the king as far as im concerned without him we would not have been able to attract players such as dos santos and modric to spurs when champs league teams want to pay them more money than us. im still excited about getting bale back we gunna have a very strong team next season

jolsgonemental said...

fuck off anton ferdinand.

fuck off gary o hara.

we dont want you and dont need you.

Harry Hotspur said...

9.37 Anon

You are only saying what the Club have already rationalised.

As per the new kit launch, the position of goalie has been scrapped.

Sauces close to WHL say that the final straw was when Robinson announced he was eager to attend the new kit lunch.

Anonymous said...

Ben Hotspur

We need to know more about the Hart info. Email Harry and let's have all of it son!

YiddoNick said...

Ben I soooo hope your right about Hart - H have you heard anything? this will be a great signing mark my words.

Harry Hotspur said...

All I've heard this weekend is how much I need to clean our BBQ.

onedavemackay said...

I'd prefer Gary O'Hara's grannie Scarlet.

9.37 I am not 100% sure we always play with a goalkeeper. Aren't they the ones that use their hands ?

yiddonick said...

H, disposable BBQ's are the way forward - you won't go far wrong

Anonymous said...

If Ramos can lure Modric to the Lane then I'm fairly confident that Dos Santos is on his way. I find it unlikely that Chelsea will be signing anyone until they have a manager in place. Neither the club or the player would take the risk, surely?
As for Comolli hooking up with Wenger again I imagine it's reward for all the hard work he's done for Arsenal while at Spurs.

Harry Hotspur said...

Upon closer inspection our existing BBQ has wandered into the arena of 'disposable'.

Anonymous said...

OMG that's it Harry has officially said... know what this means lads? we are 100% undoubtedly going to sign him like every other f*cking player that the sh*t spouting mongrel told us we would sign...

Anonymous said...

Harry,
Just made my day mate, Dos Santos will light up the premier league, And maybe, just Maybe, Berba might want to stay.. Get Capel and I will pee my pants..

Agree with the boys about needing a world class holding midfielder!

dannyboy said...

whats a bbq? is it where you wait in line to get your haircut?

Ian S said...

Onedavemackay - no mate, goalies are the ones that dive dramatically without actually connecting with anything. Oh no, sorry, that's Zokora and Chimbonda...
Agree with everyone we need a decent DM - Barry or Diarra would be good.

onedavemackay said...

18.29 Sky's confirming the story right now.

You're envy of Sir Harold is quite astonishing.
You don't even have the bottle to reveal yourself.

I think you might be just a little teeny weeny bit sad.

Harry Hotspur said...

13.33
A Spurs fan passes on in good faith some transfer speculation on his blog, to other fans.

17.45
Sky among others start runnnig essentially the same tale.

18.29
Uninformed pillock addresses the www.

18.29 Anon ~ I'm plotting a timeline of this story. But am missing one point. When exactly was it you were abused as a child?

dannyboy said...

Harry - you really are getting quite bitchy and cynical in your old age, no? ;-)

coys

Mozza said...

"Carlsberg don't do Football Transfers, but if they did..."

Dos Santos to Spurs. What a thought. I only hope that it does happen otherwise the cat better find a better hiding place this time.

It's going to be a long week, in fact to hell with it, I'm off to bed with strict instructions to the wife to only wake me when the deals done.

Yours, in hope
Moz

PS. H - Been a regular reader of the site for over a year, although this is a first time post. Best Spurs Blog by miles.

Harry Hotspur said...

C'mon Dannyboy, you lurve it..

Anonymous said...

Giovani Dos Santos is on the verge of completing a move from Barcelona to Tottenham Hotspur after a basic agreement was reached between all three parties.
The 19-year-old Mexico international could join the Premier League side as early as Monday according to Sport after Barca accepted an 8million euros (£6.2million) bid.
That fee may rise to 11million euros (£8.6million) depending on both Dos Santos and Tottenham meeting specified targets during his four-year stay at White Hart Lane.
Deal close
Dos Santos's father, Zizinho, admitted that his son is proud and excited by the thought of moving to such a prestigious club as he told Mexican daily paper, Record, that a deal was in the offing.
"Nothing has been finalised," he said. "But it is an honour that a club as important as Tottenham want to sign Giovani, but nothing can be said officially yet.
"The ambitious project that Tottenham have has excited Giovani and he just wants to go there and help the team in any way he can.
"It is obvious that leaving Barcelona is a risky decision, but with his qualities it appears that it could be the best option for him."
Spurs boss Juande Ramos was keen to land the starlet because he strongly believes that his pace, ability to break into the area and shooting ability make him perfect for the English game.
Although a deal has not been finalised, Dos Santos' agent, Pini Zahavi, and Barca's sporting vice-president, Marc Ingla, believe that there will be few problems in reaching an agreement.
Throughout the negotiations, Dos Santos - who is also wanted by Manchester City - has been undergoing treatment to recover from a an operation that he had on his ankle in the middle of May and is set to keep him out of action for another four weeks.
rebecca

Anonymous said...

From 1829.

No.1 .. The peeing my pants bit was a joke (fuckwit).(ok, a bad one)
No.2 .. If saying that getting Dos Santos makes my day is "idolising" Harry.. (not sure I get that, I will remember not to give any positive feedback from now on.
No. 3 ODM, I am sure I see your name posted here from the early hours of a Friday and Saturday night brother... hmmmm Should be out with mates or maybe even women.. (of course I remember I'm the sad one)
Enough said.

Harry, Thanks for the wwwpillock bit, ok the peeing the pants was maybe a bit too stupid but that's all it was.. As for the abused child bit.. well your all class. Shame I think your site is great.. oops there i go again, giving positive feedback.

Mozza said...

It's no good Harry, I can't sleep.

Tried everything, even tried to wear myself out by doing the unspeakable thing men do when they're alone, but the image of the 19 year old Dos Santos kept entering my mind and I know that's very very wrong and I just couldn't do it, I just couldn't I tell you.

Besides, I can hear the kids crying downstairs coz the cats gone missing (clever little bastard), so I logged on again, and I'm reading the piece by Rebecca, and it all looks so plausible, so real, so promising, so very very promising and then... Whammo!

Amazing the difference 5 minutes can make.

Yours, stiffly
Moz

4 Ever Hopeful said...

The Dos Santos thing worries me. As per a previous blog, if he was that good then why are Barca selling him and why is nobody else after him? With him and Modric in the same team, who the hell is going to tackle? It all has shades of the famous five from the mid nineties and we all know where that left us.

Dont fancy Ferdinand either. There are some players you just feel are not right for our great club and he ticks all those 'not right' boxes. I would sooner persevere with Dawson.

Harry Hotspur said...

21.08

Mate, you are 18.35.

And not the ponce we were having a pop at...

Look at the comment posted above yours...

Anonymous said...

Don't I feel a C**t.. I am going outside to shoot myself
from 1835

Anonymous said...

Mr Pee Pants: You aint the bloke that was getting abused son, it was the prat who called H a mongrel.

Harry Hotspur said...

Lol, actually a great recovery.

Thank the Lord you used Anon and not a cherished username, eh?

Mozza said...

Oh dear,

Having waited a year to offer up my first posts I have just re-read them back to myself and feel I may have let myself down rather.

You'll be hearing no more from me.

Yours, ashamedly
Moz

Harry Hotspur said...

mozza, I wouldn't fret. I make a point of not re reading what I write for exactly the same reasons... 662 blogs in and counting...

onedavemackay said...

Mr Mistaken Identity 18.35.

Not sure if I fancy trying one of those even women, call me old fashioned but I prefer the type who have bits sticking out.

Also mate that's a classic example why it's better all round if you get an identity.

Much love ODM

onedavemackay said...

Mozza. Believe me you won't seem like the most stupid person on the blog.

That's my job.

Anonymous said...

Spurs on Ascent As Dos Santos Is Sent Us... ;O/

9.37 Anon

Mozza said...

HH & ODM,

Thank you for your kind words of support.

It's amazing isn't it that when you start typing away on the 'leave your comment' bit you start sharing stuff willy nilly.

Sometimes, however, sharing stuff willy nilly can be rubbish.

Please don't remember me as the guy who made the light masturbation references, but as the guy who is a hero to his kids (I found the cat you see).

Yours ever
Moz

Anonymous said...

I've just read an article which may explain why Zokora leaves most Spurs fans sh1tting bricks when he plays.

Apparently, a recent study among 250 children in a pediatric ward found that all of them were afraid of the clown imagery that decorated their ward. Basically, children hate clowns. They scare them.

"We found that clowns are universally disliked by children. Some found them quite frightening and unknowable."

My theory is that Zokora reminds us all of that basic, deep-seated fear we have of clowns. This is why many of us feel so uneasy when he takes to the pitch.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7189401.stm

9.37 Anon

BTY said...

really hope it all goes through but being a spurs fan i'm almost waiting for the usual spanner to be thrown in the works,i won't really believe it til i see a pic of him holding the shirt or whatever on the spurs site but fingers,toes well and truly crossed.Like others still want a good DM but that can wait for now, lets just get this lad in the bag
coys

Anonymous said...

Setants reports of Dos Santos:

'The 19-year-old has reportedly been offered a move to White Hart Lane on a four-year deal for £6.2million, and the Spanish media believe that a deal could be stuck by Monday.'

Stuck? Cheers, Setanta. That's just what we wanted to hear.

9.37 Anon

Anonymous said...

Setants? Setanta. Instant karma on me. That'll learn me.

9.37 Anon

Anonymous said...

i have a good friend who plays for the New Zealand under 21 team, they played he mexico under 21 team in the world cup last year and he said dos santos was out drinking with them at 3am when they had a game the next day .....and he played really well the next day, so he can play with a hang over :) i say sign him!!!

Anonymous said...

gio will join spurs so he can play week in week out and by the end of the season he will be a star performer i cant see him joining chelsea cause why would he leave barca to sit on the bench somewhere else. give huddleston a break he is quality just needs a kick up the arse he will take that holding midfield role with two hands this year have some faith

yiddonick said...

Anon 08.38 with you on the Hudd quote, I hope Ramos has penciled him in for that role. I think he is about half a stone off his optimem weight. He has already shed a load so come big boy get the rest off and change your name to Hoddleson

jolsgonemental said...

18.35

fucking top comedy mate. laughed my tits off.

love it. Sublime.

High standards have been set for any future posts.

Anonymous said...

Harry,

After yesterday's initial excitement involving the potentially imminent signing of Dos Santos, I found myself at something of a loose end and, for mild amusement, I wandered over to the blogspot of Wrighty7, to peer into his nutshell-sized universe.

His latest entry concerned the rapidly progressing rehabilitation of Eduardo from horrific injury, and how Wrighty7 (having been informed of that news by his father, who shouted up to him while he was in the bath) was shocked at the speed of the player's recovery.

Well, I have to tell you, I experienced a sense of shock, too - not because of the wonders of modern medical science and physiotherapy, but because a goon*r apparently takes an interest in his personal hygiene. This, as you will know, is suggestive of a basic level of human development - which, hitherto, I had not deemed possible among his kind.

I realise that, in this instance, there is no proof, since no one was there to witness the alleged behaviour (nor, if we are honest, would anyone remotely wish to be); and that the entire story may, in fact, be classified as apocryphal. Even worse, it may fall under the category of a wild, outlandish hoax, such as Piltdown Man, alien abductions and lizards in the White House.

But, if true, it would be a discovery of enormous anthropological significance, and I believe National Geographic might be interested to send a research team – naturally, observing the usual safety precautions.

I wonder if you or anyone else has shared a similar experience.

9.37 Anon

Park Lane Nomad said...

I've only ever seen Goons showered in abuse.

Anonymous said...

i shagged a gooner bird once - she was filthy!!

Harry Hotspur said...

Certainly warrants Attenborough being sent round to have a peek through Wrighty's caravan window, alright...

jolsgonemental said...

I always imagine Wrighty7 to be like Karl Pilkington.

actually i imagine all gooners to be like karl pilkington. slightly simple but amusing 'laugh at them not with them' types. constantly confused faces like Ricky butcher.

never go near them personally so cant say whether this is a fair representation of them.


Is Dunne going to Pompey over Spurs?? dopey cunt.

Anonymous said...

I've been wondering what Dunne plans on doing and what I think is if he goes to Pompey, then this is because he feels he might not always be first choice at Spurs and wants to play regularly. If this is the case, then we don't want him because he needs to set his ambitions higher and come to Spurs because he intends to keep his place in the side.

That would be the only reason I could come up with because if it was for football reasons and quality then you come to Spurs over Pompey any day of the week.

Did anyone watch the cup final and see how Cardiff brought Pompey down to their level?

Anonymous said...

They didn't have fat to go though

Anonymous said...

They didn't have far to go though

Anonymous said...

Sky sports have confirmed that Paul Gascoigne has been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
This is very sad day for Paul and all his family and friends and all the fans who worshiped him,i wish him the best of luck for speedy recovery.
i have so many great memories off gazza just so pleased i was one of the lucky ones who get to meet him and watch him play live he brought big smile to my ugly face and give me excitement every time i see him play!!.
GET WELL SOON. !!!!! TRUE LEGEND !!!.......
Big Belly.

BTY said...

gutted to hear about Gazza,a spurs legend ,so many great moments and memories, get well soon

Anonymous said...

Yes, good vibes out to Gazza. That lad needs football in his life (and probably much else besides, that football can't provide).

It amazes me that our club doesn't take one of its prodigal sons under its wing.

Maybe I'm being sentimental, but it's a terrible day when good men with the power to help stand by and do nothing.

9.37 Anon

Anonymous said...

This is the email addy of the guy in charge of the MIRROR SPORTS ONLINE, every yid should email this fucker and let him and his red blooded gypo's know what we think off them with regards to the story's they put out about thfc.
dan.silver@mirror.co.uk
dan.silver@mirror.co.uk
spread it about boys and get this cunt

Anonymous said...

Dan silver is a slag his wifes a hoar and works for an escort agency, she also gives head at £3 a go in the toilets at half time in the south stand

Park Lane Nomad said...

I've sent him a friendly email.

Anonymous said...

Harry whats the latest on Capel, this ones gone a bit quiet, any substance to the rumours??

Anonymous said...

looks like Dos Santos has a career on television after he retires http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMyBahYwrrc

Anonymous said...

Looks like its dunne deal for Portsmouth......
Big Belly

Death said...

“Maybe I'm being sentimental, but it's a terrible day when good men with the power to help stand by and do nothing.”

9.37 Anon

Admirable sentimentality 9.37 but I fear that Paul G has long since past the point of being able to rationally accept help. I think it’s and indictment of society and the systems that we implement that although his celebrity status is major factor in his current mental health problems, it will ensure that he is allowed to descend further into the abyss before an appropriate treatment programme is put into practice.

Overriding an individual’s right to choose is not an act that should be undertaken without due consideration but judging by the increasing frequency of negatively charged events, I have a horrible feeling that those around him are rapidly running out of time.

onedavemackay said...

I've no idea whether the club have tried to help or not but I feel very sad for Gazza. He gave so many of us so much joy and of course had a big part in taking England to the brink of a World cup final.



Good luck Gazza it's our turn to weep for you.

Anonymous said...

Well said odm......
Big Belly.

dannyboy said...

This Dos Santos geezer; he looks good on YouTube and has got a great LEFT foot, which we have been missing since Tony Galvin, but has anyone on here actually seen him play? Any Spanish Spurs fans on here who have seen him up close and personal? Potential and promising are 2 words that have to be fulfilled; just being cautious. Fucking excited as well though !!!

coys

Bruce Castle said...

Harry,

Are you awake?

Do we have young Mr. Two Saints?

Anonymous said...

haha yh right spurs aint gonna sign dos santos his to good for you lot. i feel sorry for tottenham being rejected by 7 players including nuno gomes, adriano,borja obina the reason these 7 players rejected you was bcoz they understand spurs are shit unlike modric who made d biggest mistake of his career by signing 4 u gd luck tottenham keep dreaming of top four and champions league

GOONER 4 LIFE

!!RED ARMY!!

Anonymous said...

Come back when you've got something in your trophy cabinet, and I dont mean polish.

Anonymous said...

Gooner 4 life you're going exactly where the red army went, inthe history's dust bin

doug said...

Maybe they showed Modric the video of the Carling Semi???

...It gave me a semi anyway

doug said...

Sorry... One more thing which has been really puzzling me recently. Why is it ALL Gooners post like they're texting someone... And someone who failed their 11+ at that???

Actually, maybe there's mileage in a Gooner/English dictionary?

TMWNN said...

The whole Gazza thing is a complete tragedy. When will his family or so called friends look after him properly? He's so obviously heading for an early grave as things stand. Don't think I could bear the hypocrisy and outpouring of emotions when he finally ends up to where he's heading, and quickly.

TMWNN said...

I don't mean back to Newcastle either.

Anonymous said...

We are also believed to be in the running for Deportivo la Coruna center back Fabricio Coloccini, don't no much about him hmmmmmmmmm?.......
Big Belly

GRAZZA said...

Ha ha the Red Army is alive, well, bespectacled, carrying a rucksack and waving a gay red & white bar scarf in a contrived fashion in librarys all over london and beyond!!!

Get real Anon 00:14 ;)

Anonymous said...

I've noticed that an unusually high amouint of goon support could be classified as female, generously-proportioned, in possession of cropped (occasionally spiky, occasionally flecked) hair and probably working in the security industry. Upon first sight, they sometimes require a 'double-take' to visually acclimatise to.

Often, these individuals carry rucksacks and wear clothing that suggests an outdoor lifestyle. My feeling is that most people wouldn't consider ambling to the back door for a quick fag in between shifts and going to the Emptycrates an outdoor lifestyle.

9.37 Anon

Anonymous said...

the club have turned down a £3m bid from Aston Villa for Chimbonda.
LMFAO .............
Big Belly.

GRAZZA said...

If only i could spell Libraries i may one day be as cool as them.

Good shout 9:37 - I am going to avoid the cheap digs at z-list celebs proclaiming to love all things goon, thats another classic.

Harry Hotspur said...

So farewell then Bo Diddley
And middle eights that were fiddley,

But no where near so as Van Halen's self indulgent piece, Eruption'

Alas it was your recuring heart condition that took from your last words, such close instruction...


Your amp unpluged for good at 79,
As you cried out, "One more time!"

Death said...

Yes Mr. Diddley has joined us in… well I’m not exactly sure and unfortunately just as we were anticipating an impromptu jam featuring the new arrival, Hendrix, Johnson, Entwistle and Bonham the illustrious quintet were roped into the eternal search for Van Gough’s ear… so we’ll just have to wait.

For those of you partial to some fretboard wizardry that extends slightly further that zooming up and down the Aeolian mode I would recommend Mattias Ia Eklundh and Freak Kitchen as an ideal way to pass the time as we wait nervously for good news from WHL

poyetothepeople said...

What about the mega-triple-unveiling?

Can't take this Dos Saintos anticipation any longer. and now there's possibly three?

And not only THAT: Berbatalk quiet and now hope of him actually staying starts to burn inside me again...

Can't we at least start that offload of deadwood that's been on the cards for ages? Gardner to Stoke. Ghaly to..well, rest Lee to PSV and so forth?

Come on Commoli pull out the finger!

Death said...

And not only THAT: Berbatalk quiet and now hope of him actually staying starts to burn inside me again...

Yeah horrid innt, expectations raised only to be dashed is worse than not having any in the first place. Now I may be barking up the wrong Sequoiadendron giganteum as per usual but since the transfer window opened I’ve thought that Berba is high on a lot of peoples lists but not top of anyones. So he and we must wait for the merry-go-round to gets up to speed before his future will become clear.

Seems common sense for the Champions League teams to wait until after the Euros to make their moves, someone might show quality that has previously gone unnoticed and there is always the possibility that your new signing could get injured and not kick a ball ‘till Christmas or beyond

It’s the chasing pack that have to get in early

BigBelly said...

Transfer Speculation: Allan McGregor to Tottenham Hotspur

pompeyyid said...

Mega-triple unveiling, eh?
That'll be the Berba replacement, back-up CB and DM we've all been craving, then.
I'm reliably informed that Comolli has Dean WindASS, TITus Bramble and NOBerto Solano in the bag.
Watch out for that Daily Mail "exclusive".
What do you mean, they ain't top four material? Like the late, lamented Mr Diddley said: "Don't judge a book by it's cover."
Mind you, he also said "I'm a roadrunner, baby, beep-beep"

Harry Hotspur said...

"What do you mean, they ain't top four material? Like the late, lamented Mr Diddley said: "Don't judge a book by it's cover."
Mind you, he also said "I'm a roadrunner, baby, beep-beep"


What can I say?
Tip Top.

Anonymous said...

Not sure on other people's thoughts, but I think Berbs is a liability we can do without in away games, especially against the smaller teams. I'm kinda hoping he'll go & we get someone who wants to bleed for the club Robbie style. I'd actaully prefer Bent in away matches unless we playing one of the top 4 (big platform for billy big boots). We need to beat the smaller teams if we're gonna get anywhere. What are people's thoughts on trying Jenus as a defensive mid? Got the engine for it... Can't wait for this Dos Santos to sign, still can't understand why Barca are prepared to let him go!

dannyboy said...

Jenas would excel in the defensive midfield role in my opinion.

coys

Anonymous said...

All this slagging Berbatov business sucks. He's not go yet so let's get behind him until he does, eh?

Anonymous said...

Carlos said.. Has anyone heard what the triple signings will be? i presume Dos Santos is one
. Harry, any news re, his ankle problem? will we get him by friday. not sure about Jenas as a DM.

jolsgonemental said...

Berbatov is a cunt.

Hope he stays though. But only if Ramos is prepared to kick him up the arse and not pander to his inflated sense of importance.

bueller said...

Berbatov is anything but a liability!

Lets leave all this bitter ex-lover stuff for vermin like Campbell who twisted and broke our hearts under a web of lies and deception, for that bloke we hate.
(Then we found out.... she was gay anyway....)

For me, if Berbatov goes, it'll be more like that girl who came into our lives smelling of sweet summer meadows, showed us things we had all but forgotten and then left with us with a feeling of positivity about the future.

If Berba goes, by god I'll miss her but I'll always remember the good times rather than the bad (and by bad I all I can think of is him trying to go round Toure against l'arse when he'd already merked Lehmann and only had to stroke it home for 2-0).

bueller said...

Succinctly put JGM.

You caveman.

Anonymous said...

Re JGM's last post.


Oh irony.

onedavemackay said...

Very well put Bueller.

Mysterious Stranger said...

In response to Beuller's ex-lover references to Dimitar Berbatov...

If he was to be compared to a girl who came into your life as you imply I would suggest it would be more like this.

You were awestruck by their graceful movements, every delicate motion you witnessed. You thought you had possibly met your perfect companion. A year passes by and you're convinced this relationship will be destined for great things, perhaps bringing you a lifetime of memories to cherish.

Then, early on in your second year together, you begin to notice things around you. Someone else has been admiring your treasure from afar, and no wonder - it's a beautiful thing you have. It seems to creep into the relationship - you look for the glint in their eyes hoping that things are still the same between you, and you aren't 100% sure if it's still there. You hit a spot where the passion seems to have wavered - more on their part than yours.

A few months later, and it seemed as though the rocky patch was simply a glitch and things appear, on the surface at least, to be back to normal. However you do start to see that your lover has a tetchy, moodier side. You try to sweep it under the carpet and pretend it's not there, but you ask yourself if things really are back to normal after all?

By the time the second year has elapsed, the doubts in your mind begin to wrest control over your emotions. There doesn't seem to be any communication between you any more, and you begin to wonder if they would rather be with someone else. People are telling you that this person is no good for you, but you don't want to believe them.

But you know it probably is over. When was the last time your sweetheart declared "I love you"? You haven't heard it recently, that's for sure. The fact is you're probably only still together because they've got nowhere else to go. Deep down you know the countdown has begun. It won't be too long before the bitch leaves you and shacks up with someone else.

In time the penny drops, and you come to realise this one isn't the one for you, and you deserve your love to be reciprocated.

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