Last Few Nails Being Tapped Into Arry’s Coffin

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Good morning.

The beats of the jungle drums are gently building. And I’m not talking about  ‘Summertime’ by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince being blasted out of cheap cars by gentlemen without shirts on at traffic lights. 

From Jasper on Spurs Odious:

We all know they want rid of him! We all know they are frustrated with him!

We all know he cacked up the Hazard deal in January when we could of done a pre-contract agreement. 

We all know it was the board who forced Ade on him as he wanted Carlton Cole, push for the Drog which was not realistic and much more. 

We all know he suggest we sign Rio and J Cole who would fill modders boots.

We all know that he is a cack man-manager, and half the squad if not more do not rate or get on with him. 

We all know certain international players at the club cannot believe how clueless he is, and his old school f’ing and blinding at players is not working….

Is all this fiction, the worked of a fevered and jealous mind? I don’t believe so for a minute. It sounds all to damn plausible. This is the man who turned his nose up at Suarez. Not Suarez the play acting racist, but Suarez the gem of the Eredivisie.

This is the guy who has traded on luck and misrepresented to the world as talent. Modric? I’m convinced that Arry has an identical relationship with him as he had with Pav. The difference being that Modric knows what to do and doesn’t really need managing. Which is a genuine bonus if your coach is Arry.

The only players that ‘respect him’ are those with enough savvy to realise the insanity of falling out with a guy who could yet make or break their career. Think Kyle, think Jake. Or those that want license to do what they want. Think Bale. 

Rio, Joe Cole, Cartoon Cole? Anyone who thinks this is made up or unbelievable probably still sends letters to Father Christmas.

This is the man that actually sat in front of the world’s press as our Champions League aspirations were coursing down the u bend and out into the North Sea; and announced he wanted to sign Tevez. 

Yes, when he come [sic] here we only had two points from eight games. Yes he’s delivered three of our best end of season finishes since 1704. But this is a man who allowed his vanity to devour him and has has cost us millions.

This is a man who took one of the sexiest squads in the league and turned it into a house of cards. This is the house that cack built.

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  • scandal says:

    I would like him to go, but I think he would have gone already if that was Levy’s plan – he’s had weeks to line up a replacement

    • kaiskama says:

      Unfortunately have to agree.
      Surely if the Board intended to fire Redshnapps they would have had a replacement organised and given Dear ‘Arry the bullett immed after the final whistle of the Fulham game ?

      I believe the Board dont wish to pay him compensation and so we are stuck with him for another season.

      • UnkleKev says:

        I don’t get this “the Board don’t want to pay him compensation” argument. For one thing it’s not stopped Levy before, and for another the cost of missing out on the CL next year would be bordering on the catastrophic and would far outweigh any compensation that may or may not be due.

  • Boy Charioteer says:

    Arthur Miller. A real class act. Fell foul of The Un American activities inquisitors in The Senate. I do feel that in our case The Crucible would be more appropriate. “Have you in any way been involved in the Harry Out party?

  • Devonshirespur says:

    We all know this is utter bollocks

  • Azza's Eyebrow says:

    What’s that you say about Father Christmas? Did I miss something? What about my letters?

  • N17 says:

    Devonshire Spur its not utter bollocks its the very harsh truth of what is and has been going on although nobody would like to admit it, we are. This times for change I say, bring in AVB and lets get some silverware back.

    • Macyboy says:

      Get AVB in?you’re on a wind up right? what a load of cack. You’ve just lost all credibility with that statement – did nobody see Kyle Walker’s interview last week? The players want him to stay & he attracts players. The ‘anti-Harry ‘ brigade is is small minority but things like twitter blow it up to the the mother of all uprisings.

      • Devonshirespur says:

        If what people are saying about the demise of Harry are correct, and if all the blame for the catastophic fall from 5th last season to 4th this season are Harry’s fault for taking his eye off the ball/losing the tactical mind which seemingly did so well for him for the first 20 odd games of the season THEN the situation can be summed up by our need to find someone to take us to the next level.

        harry has shown he can do top 4. 2 out of 3 aint bad. SO what the fans are demanding now is someone better….it’s a view I don;t subscribe to but assuming i did, there si no way in hell I would see AVB as the man to take us to the next level.

        AVB took a team who won the Portuguese 6 out of 8 years and……he won the league with them. He took them to the UEFA Cup final and they won…..they then lost AVB and their best player and pretty much repeated the fete with the new man. AVB came to Chelsea and flopped.

        Many are prepared to make the “Terry/Lamps run the club” excuses for AVB. To me it only proves he was a weak manager, way out of his depth. As a side note, i find it funny that Spurs fans are willing to defend AVB’s failings but not Harry’s. WTF is that all about?

        Losing a manager is hugely disruptive. Employing another is often a huge gamble (Ramos, AVB, Big Phil, Benitez…careers all ruined by their last failures)

        If HR is to go we need a quality replacement that will (a) hit the ground running and (b) command the instant unqualified respect of our top players….otherwise it will be a summer of massive disruption. There is only 1 name out there that would satisfy me and is worth the gamble……….

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        • Jay says:

          I agree about the avb part but the talent in our squad carries redknapps lack of tactics until he burns them out by not rotating. This group of players would be better under a manager that coaches them. That knows tactics and has a plan B. ‘Go out and run around a bit’ is not tactics! There are far better level managers out there than redknapp who’s level is mid table down to relegation scraps. But we our wasting our time frame by not getting the best out of the team. His transfer window business is shocking too! The core of this team is martin jols who was unlucky to lose out on a CL in a more difficult spell in league history, with a worse squad and with off backroom distractions yet he still nearly made 4th. Redknapp blew 3rd, knowing 4th was never going to be safe. Taking vdv off at villa and bringing on parker when we were dominating and needed to win, even though we had defoe on the bench shows why he shouldn’t be manager. He blew 4th the previous season with bizare tactics again! An the season he did get a cl place city weren’t there yet and liverpool were so bad! Yes he finished 4th this year but not only did he blow 3rd he almost blew 4th as well!

        • SwindonSpur says:

          Paulo Di-Canio?
          No, we are done with the spammers.
          Martinez? He’s the right one, he’s the bright one, that’s Martinez.
          See what I did there?
          Sherwood? But I wouldn’t – arrogant wonka

        • The v says:

          At fookin last, someone with a brain!

          Slagging of harry is one thing, trying to condemn us to that muppet AVB is a joke.

          This get harry out hysteria is ross. You fools won’t ever be happy, we’ll parade the premier league trophy and uou’ll still think you could have done a better job than the test that delivers it for us.

        • nickster says:

          well said.
          AVB at the lane???!?!
          what a great idea!
          whilst we’re at it, let’s put wenger in charge of our youth academy too!

      • jerkinmahjurgen says:

        He had credibility?

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