Tottenham took £10m transfer hit & Levy provides AVB with instant transfer fix – Best of THFC

Stop. Take a breath. Compose yourself. Never has their been a transfer window like it at White Hart Lane. If you’re searching for a key term to characterise the events of the last month or so in North London then ‘upheaval’ would be my only suggestion. Having made around £50 million from the sale of Luka Modric and Rafael van der Vaart Andre Villas-Boas has wasted no time in stamping his own mark on Spurs. Having already acquired Jan Vertonghen, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Emmanuel Adebayor and Moussa Dembele prior to deadline day the Portuguese tactician pulled off somewhat of a coup bringing Hugo Lloris and Clint Dempsey to the club with minutes to spare on the 31st. A net spend of £2m represents remarkable business from Villas-Boas and Daniel Levy allowing two of their most influential figures to leave and replacing them with a similar calibre of player at a fraction of the cost. Now the gelling process begins. It’s an exciting time to be a Spurs fan!

This week on FFC should the Spurs boo-boys realise the error of their negative ways and did Levy’s brinksmanship ultimately prevail on deadline day?


Best of FFC

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Tottenham’s boo-boys are completely out of line

Why Tottenham need an instant fix, not a work in progress

Fans shouldn’t be fearful of Tottenham’s new partnership

Willian would be a great addition to Spurs

Have other clubs missed a trick in not forging relations with Real Madrid?

He must show patience to halt his White Hart Pain

Spurs took £10m hit to keep him out of the Premier League

Tottenham must continue to complete their midfield jigsaw

Is AVB Set To Repeat The Same Mistakes?

Tottenham’s brinkmanship proves worth the wait on deadline day


Best of WEB

Levy Takes the Blame. – Spurs musings from Jimmy G2

Moutinho Tale Takes An Interesting Twist – Harry Hotspur

Fortune favours the bald – Dear Mr Levy

Has AVB Learnt His Lesson After His Chelsea Nightmare? – Transfer Tavern

Modric gone – Dear Mr Levy

A Full And Frank Apology – Harry Hotspur


Quote of the Week


“I am here because I believe in Tottenham. I think everything is OK for the future of Tottenham. They have great team, great players, and a great coach so everything is all right, I think, to win a place in the Champions League next year. Now we have to prove that on the pitch and I am ready to give it my all for the club and for the fans.” New Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris speaks after his deadline day move to White Hart Lane


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