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  • With the swift decision made to get rid of 'Arry, one would have thought that the owners have an adequate replacement in place, ready to assume control of the squad. It doesn't look like that neither does it look like the owners have a clue who would be your next manager with every day that goes by with announcement.

    The next few seasons sure look like a transition seasons for Spurs as it would take whoever takes charge of the team time to know his players, sort out his formation and make the sort of signings who would help to implement his idea of the way he wants the the team to play.

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    • Slayer/Ref/Champ20ns etc etc etc- or whatever other ID you are currently using- what's with that BTW?

      'It doesn't look like that neither does it look like the owners have a clue who would be your next manager with every day that goes by with announcement.'

      What are you trying to say here? this sentence makes little sense.

      'The next few seasons sure look like a transition seasons for Spurs as it would take whoever takes charge of the team time to know his players, sort out his formation and make the sort of signings who would help to implement his idea of the way he wants the the team to play'

      It didn't take Robbie Di Matteo too long to get the Chavs to 'implement his idea of the way he wants the the team to play', did it? When Harry came in, he turned things around pretty quick, what makes you think our next manager can't do the same?

      I would have thought you may be more concerned with your own nomadic north londoners, rather than the wonderful Lily Whites?

      Where do you think RVP will be playing next season?

      Will Walcott walk?

      Will Wenger ever see anything?

      COYS!!