Kabould Bid – Rejected

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Hello listener.

Can I shock you? I’m looking forward to another FA Cup tie tonight. ‘They’ say that these domestic pots are dead, but they still hold a bit of magic in the Hotspur household. Even if you minus the Arsenal factor from proceedings, the FA Cup throws together big fish and minnows and that can only be good for football.

Anway, word in via Italian media of all places is that a football club called Paris Saint Germaine Greer made an approach for Kaboul In A China Shop.

The enquiry was greeted with a brief but polite, ‘Not today, thank you.’

Younes started brightly, went a bit rubbish and then upon his return looked every bit like a world beater in the making. Good to see interest in the squad beyond the usual Bale or Modders piffle and better still to see we do not need to flog prospects off.

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  • tonitesthenitearry says:

    eeeeeekkkkkkk last :-p

  • DAVSPURS says:

    H.H How can you right this blog without laughing its a French farce .This lot are playing for the physiotherapist eleven Bale Van Hudds King Defoe Kaboul Woodgat. Harry said Spurs are trying to get these to play for Spurs never mind sell them.

    • DBs Knees says:

      It’s not like other teams haven’t suffered as well though… look at Arsenal – Chamakh, Djourou, Fabregas, Van Persie….

      Nature of the game DAVSPURS – when you’re challenging on multiple fronts (which we haven’t been, in recent years)

  • DBs Knees says:

    Re: The Sky Sports news screen shot. The jokers could have at least spelt ‘trophy’ right. Sort of ruins the delivery….

  • AS says:

    Not sure about celebrating something that has not been tested.

    When we turn down Madrid’s £45m offer for Bale then I will think there has been a sea change.

    Until then it could just as easily be like the barcodes saying ‘Carroll is not for sale’ ie that it only applies until the magic number is bid.

    • Astromesmo says:

      Even then people would say ‘We only didn’t sell because they didn’t offer £50m’.

      As Spurs fans, I don’t think there is a point where we realise that sky isn’t falling on our heads… We just love running about thinking it so much it’s become habit.

      • jerkinmahjurgen says:

        Spurs have hardly ever needed to sell players, have never been a selling club. Only when the big boys come calling and players heads turn do we sell the top players. £50m wouldn’t get Bale. Harry says £100m wouldn’t. I’m on blogs 4 to 6 months ago saying between £100/150m. *Beams* 1st :P

  • bdog4037 says:

    smashing article . :shifty:

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