03 Jan 2019 23:19:27
Spurs have bid for Phil Foden of Man City (no chance imo, just like when we tried getting Sancho) .

We also want Hudson-Odoi, again no chance with that given its Chelsea.

1.) 05 Jan 2019
05 Jan 2019 17:53:08
i believe Hudson Odoi has already agreed personal terms with Bayern.

2.) 06 Jan 2019
06 Jan 2019 10:17:25
I didn't know that. No chance that Chelsea would sell to us. Same happened with Sancho of Dortmund, City wouldn't sell to us but there is a lot of hatred between spurs and Chelsea.

3.) 07 Jan 2019
07 Jan 2019 07:39:37
Having the pleasure of knowing the Hudson-Odoi family personally, I can tell you:
A) Spurs have had absolutely no contact.
B) Bayern have approached him, but no personal terms are agreed. Wages are not the issue.

4.) 08 Jan 2019
08 Jan 2019 11:36:50
Wrong as usual Ellis.

5.) 08 Jan 2019
08 Jan 2019 11:41:05
Apologies Ellis. It wasn’t you was wrong!

Makes a change!

6.) 08 Jan 2019
08 Jan 2019 23:07:34
Haha you Chelsea boys make me laugh. From one pretending to be friends with Callum and another pretending he owned a chain of restaurants.

One thing we can all agree on is that Spurs spanked you Chelsea again, yet again.

BTW, I didn't see anyone anywhere saying spurs wanted Ndombele, most of you were 'who', or Isco or anyone else I have been right on. Enjoy.

7.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 00:04:36
When I’m wrong Ellis I put my hands up and apologise.

Will you NOW admit I was spot on about your stadium and the earliest it would be ready for matches would be Feb 2019.

As far as tonight’s contest goes I thought we bossed the game but at the end of the day we got beat.

All to play for at the bridge but I guess you are favourites.

Oh and just for clarification I NO longer own any restaurants, they are now run by my family.

8.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 12:59:44
No Thomas, You was guessing, scaremongering. You said the club would fail lots of 'safety' aspects. I said it was down to some faulty wiring.

Finance wise, the club has been affected badly by Brexit, cost of materials etc as well as the hold up to moving in although Mace will have to cough up for some of that. Luckily we are a well run self sufficient club.

9.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 17:42:04
Ellis, you also said the stadium will not affect the transfer budget, even your manager has said it has yet you still don’t think it does 😂😂😂.

10.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 19:24:32
Wrong Ellis, I said as a matter of FACT that the ground had failed a ridiculous amount of checks and passed on a handful.

I’m pretty sure I also told you and your fellow supporters that your senior management were told pre-season that the earliest time the ground would be ready was Feb 2019.

Again, I think I also said that the offer of compensation to season ticket holders wasn’t generous.

I also said that surely there should be an investigation.

Further, I said I was more concerned about our proposed stadium build and the effect it can have on the team.

11.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 20:44:34
The information about compensation was already known.

An investigation into what?

12.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 20:55:01
Hampstead Heath STALKER, no one knew the affects of Brexit because it happened after. The thing is it's desperate bitter Gooners and rivals that were living in hope that our transfer budget would be affected just because we're building a new stadium.

You also thought that just because we didn't sign anyone it was down to having no money. WRONG. No point in buying for the sake of it. Any player that Spurs buy will have to be very very good to get into the team. Lichsteiner and Guendozi wouldn't even get in our reserve team.

Another problem facing us is the homegrown quota. Selling players will help with this as well as injecting extra money into the budget.

Spurs have money to spend Oddbod, the scouts are very busy, sorry.

13.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 21:12:12
Thomas, I forgot to comment on 'the club failed on a ridiculous amount of checks', 💩.

14.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 22:41:45
I know three long term Spurs season ticket holders who feel very angry about how Spurs have sold and compensated them.

They are canvassing support for joint season ticket action against the Spurs management.

I’ve said this so many times, I’m only interested in this whole stadium process as I have fears we may well find ourselves in a similar situation if we ever build a new stadium.

Football fans, in my opinion, at some clubs are an after thought.

15.) 09 Jan 2019
09 Jan 2019 23:06:38
I know 100s of season ticket holders who are very angry with the amounts paid back. Some think it's an interest free loan to Spurs but of course this is rubbish. It's just bad luck what's happened to Spurs with Brexit and the wiring, spursy.