Spurs set to offer £3.5m carrot & Levy’s No.1 summer deal – Best of THFC

Harry Redknapp has revealed that Tottenham have not offered him a new deal to remain at White Hart Lane. Reports in the papers this week had suggested that Daniel Levy was set to offer Harry a bumper pay rise and a £50m transfer kitty to ensure that the North Londoners can challenge for the title next season. This is all news to the Spurs boss who remained very coy about his future and links to the England job.

This week at FFC we have seen a mixed bag of blogs that includes Spurs most important deal in the summer; is Scott Parker fit for the long term, while the FA are right to take the softly-softly approach.

Best of FFC

Tottenham Would Be Mad To Appoint Him…Wouldn’t They?

Right to respect Tottenham by taking the softly-softly approach

Spurs Most Important Summer Deal?

Do Tottenham really need a big name?

Is Parker fit for the long-term?

WAG Weekly – Tottenham and Man United beauties fight it out

Scott Parker: Captain Marvel?

Tottenham keeping tabs on Rovers ace

Spurs and Newcastle on alert as Ajax ace talks up Premier League move

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Best of WEB
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Spurs in crisis meltdown: Demonstration planned – Dear Mr Levy

Problems pile up for Harry. – Spurs Musings From JimmyG2

Time To Hold Our Nerve –Tottenham On My Mind

Chesney Wishes Europa League on Spurs – Who Framed Ruel Fox?

Levy Needs To Fire Arry TONIGHT – Harry Hotspur

Daniel Levy To Offer His Best Player £3.5M Golden Handcuffs – Transfer Tavern

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Quote of the Week
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“If people want to say I’m diving they can, but at the end of the day I’m trying to get out of the way and save myself and my career, you’ve just got to try to be a bit clever about it. I’ve got a few people sent off this year by doing that. When you have got people flying in at you all the time, it’s not really diving, you’re just trying to get out of the way of the challenges. If you stand there you’re going to get a whack. At the end of the day I would rather dive than get hurt.”

“I suppose you can take it as a compliment. They think it’s the only way they can stop you. But the best players just get on with it. If they get knocked down, they just get up again until it really hurts,” Bale speaking out against accusations that he goes down to easily.

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