He is an effective forward, no doubt. But I don’t think he has the workrate or tactical award for this team. That’s without going into his character, which I think is a bit questionable.Granted he has a different style of play, but in an attacking team like Liverpool hewould, imo, be even better
Danny Rose. Okay. Can I ask you a question? What is wrong with you?Danny rose from spurs. Would be a very decent backup to robbo.
Jadon Sancho would be a world class player in a year or two, will get lots of game time as our front 3 would be rotated.
Emiliano Buendia from Norwich or Minamino from Salzburg, both a gamble, have potential to be very good players.
I would really like us to sign one of those players in Jan itself.
Harry Kane is the best rubbish player in the Prem. It’s a mystery to me. No great pace. No trick. No real ability to beat a man. No great strength, or skill... but he does score a lot of goals.
If Mo leaves, we will get Mbappe.Kai Havertz, Jadon Sancho. The sting in the tail is Mo might leave. Just a hunch.
Haaland looks a good player. Minamino had a great game against us. Eriksen on a free would be a no brainer. But the first two mentioned look among the best of the young players in Europe already making a real name for themselves.
Ban this idiot ffs
My opinion is purely neutral, but it is my opinion. But thanks for the feedback. To be banned from someone like yourself would not be a hardship. But since you seem to think you are the fountain of all knowledge, can you give me Rush and Kane goals from the first t2/3 years in the first team ?
I happen to think Ian Rush is one of the best strikers this country has produced.
Also there respective International goals for the same period?
Well thought out commentHarry Kane is the best rubbish player in the Prem. It’s a mystery to me. No great pace. No trick. No real ability to beat a man. No great strength, or skill... but he does score a lot of goals.
It’s one of life’s mysteries.
Ian Rush was blisteringly quick, and very intelligent in the runs he made to link up with Kenny. He could finish, left foot, right foot, no bother.
Harry Kane enjoys a lot of the Spurs play coming through him, and he takes a lot of shots, but even though he scores goals, the deference to him limits the Spurs team. His goal stats are also padded from being a penalty taker. Obviously he’s not a rubbish player, but that won’t stop me calling him the Prem’s best rubbish player, as I am amazed why such a modest talent keeps scoring goals.