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Will Spurs go back for Beckham?

Will Spurs go back for Beckham?

With his contract due to expire in November, talk in bound to increase that Spurs will again try to sign David Beckham, over the coming weeks.

Dismiss this at your peril, because I have a strong feeling this could happen and will do so with the combined blessing of both Redknapp and Levy who will both see sense in bringing back Becks, even at the ripe old age of 36.

It would appear that QPR will be looking to sign the player, for much the same reasons as Spurs and perhaps several others, but you get the feeling that short of a last ditch offer from Old Trafford, the Beckham`s would prefer London to anywhere else and lets be honest, money isn`t likely to be the issue that swings the deal is it.

Many will claim (perhaps rightly) that Becks is too old and won`t get a game with Spurs, but if he was available today, would you see Harry starting him on the right with Aaron Lennon injured? Should we be considering altering our formation, Beckham has looked very impressive in the deep lying play-maker role as he has become less able to play wide, so could he be an option there?

Others will of course talk of his comments that he won`t return to England, because of his great love for Man United, but if an offer were attractive enough at this time, and he looked keen enough to join us a few months ago...

Sure Beckham may not appear as a shoe-in for our best XI, but Harry and the players will surely be better judges of his ability to compete and perform after his time training with the team, so perhaps we should let them judge his ability, whilst no doubt Daniel Levy is drooling at the prospect of selling BECKHAM 5(?) on the back of a few shirts.

As a free agent, Beckham will be free to sign for any club he wishes, and it wouldn`t seem too difficult for Spurs to move on Ben Alnwick to conveniently make room for a former England captain, especially one that adds experience, glamour and a few zillion shirt sales to boot...



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Writer:OxfordSpur
Date:Thursday September 8 2011
Time: 9:53AM

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1st???
Singspurs
08/09/2011 10:00:00
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Final line sums it up for me Ox. I remember we had this discussion only a couple of weeks back. From a marketing perspective this is nothing short of enourmous. Beckham finally returns home to where it all started. As a player, I watched the LA galaxy last away game, where they won 2-1. His set piece delivery has not changed, it is still world class. Therefore, I'm actually all for this cameo appearance.
thenuge
08/09/2011 10:01:00
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Question is how much will levy spend to get him into the club?
Singspurs
08/09/2011 10:03:00
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Sorry, that didn't really make sense. I watched the game on TV, not on the field as a player.
thenuge
08/09/2011 10:04:00
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m talking bout his wages by the way
Singspurs
08/09/2011 10:04:00
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Great for merchandising only. Otherwise forget it.
SpuriousLife
08/09/2011 10:10:00
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Not that I want it to happen but If we lose Modric in January, I think playing 2 holding midfielders and then playing through Beckham is not as stupid as it sounds. We of course have VDV and Kranjcar who can play there. Thenuge is also right. We already know that none of the Euro 2012 squad will feature in the Olympics and the UK team can have 3 over age players. With Olympic fever hitting the UK and one of the biggest Olympic ambassadors in our squad, this could be a money spinner. Becks will also be training like crazy to have his swan-song in the Olympics.
muttley
08/09/2011 10:12:00
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Agreed with Spurious (unusual for me). Funny how ppl keep sayin Harry loves old players and we shld give youth a chance, then ppl sayin we should get Beckham??? Dont think he has the legs to play in the EPL, especially not for a top 6 team.
Ossie
08/09/2011 10:22:00
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One season. The odd cameo appearance. Shift A LOT of merchandise. Raise the profile of the club globally. Can't be a bad piece of business, surely.
Cape Town Spurs
08/09/2011 10:25:00
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Its high time some of our supportes got their heads on the right way round , Beckham is still a quality player a mite slower and a mite older addmittingly ! but look at Corluka slow as treacle but can still turn in a good performace he brings on to the pitch good vision good tactics and great passing i for one hope Harry and Levy can pull it off .
POP
08/09/2011 10:26:00
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No thanks. Another one of Harrys old targets. Levy hurry up and sack the *****.
01tottenham
08/09/2011 10:27:00
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Who would I rather have as our 25th squad member? Alnwick or Becks? When you put it like this, it's a no brainer. However, if we could bring in Damaio, Cahill or Diarra then it's a different conversation.
muttley
08/09/2011 10:32:00
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NO! I wouldnt even take this rumour seriously if it wasnt for the fact that our manager is Harry "cant get out of thr 90's" Redknapp.
Guyver
08/09/2011 10:39:00
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Baca is going for Leandro Damiao !!
Singspurs
08/09/2011 10:45:00
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Becks will raise our global profile, and merchandising by a huge amount. So yes sign him, and he can play in MF alongside modric or inplace of in some games. His influence on our squad / young players will be highly beneficial as well. His dead ball kicks are way better then VDV, or anyone else we have!! COYS
Block D Spurs
08/09/2011 10:46:00
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Block D 4real Modric and Becks in CM?? we saw what happened when we had Krank and Modric in the centre against City.....
Ossie
08/09/2011 10:53:00
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no beckham, no redcrap, says it all, we dont want either
micky58
08/09/2011 11:02:00
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Come On You Spurs! Come On You Spurs! Come On You spurs! Yid Army! Yid Army! Yid Army!
jerkinmahjurgen
08/09/2011 11:28:00
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The way to get him is to offer a coaching /player role. Don't think he would play against Manchester though. Can see his future in america though, again as a coach/player
Mickeys1969
08/09/2011 11:44:00
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From what i understand and he did mention this, David has his sights set on being part of Team GB in the 2012 Olympics, that could be the end and retire after it? He is very fit and will wish to maintain his fitness, he trained with us before, at the time, we tried to get some sort of deal done, but that never happened, should we decide to try and sign him, IMO he has many positives, which far outway the negatives, his a top top guy, give it a go Mr Levy, nothing ventured, nothing gained.
spu 4 life
08/09/2011 11:55:00
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hopefully muttley we will get all 3, and to replace Pav, GDS and Alnwick, then our 25 man squad would really look good.
Ossie
08/09/2011 11:56:00
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Singspurs - are they not also looking at Neymar, we have a good understanding with Leandro's club side, maybe Levy has already got it done, one never know's with him, just keeping it hush hush?
spu 4 life
08/09/2011 12:00:00
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NO CAN'T BE THE SAME !! Jenas: Looked 'electric' in his first training session, "Jermaine Jenas is a dynamic midfielder," McLeish said in the Daily Mirror. A 13amp fuse is pretty useful as well, that just's sit's in a socket for any given time, until it blows.
spu 4 life
08/09/2011 12:05:00
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Becks has been a LEGEND theres no denying... HAS BEEN being the point though! Of course id rather see his name in our 25th squad number over Alnwick but oinly if we had another manager. With Harry he would pick him EVERY WEEK, we know he has names that he puts down automatically (IE Crouch, Dawson, VDV) - Beckham would be another... Speed of Lennon or skills of Gio (Or new spanish winger) for me please.... Its a shame, like I say with any other manager I think having Becks for a season would be great! :-(
LuvWhites
08/09/2011 12:19:00
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Little point having numerous goal-keepers in squad. However, id rather see youth being given a regular chance than a player past his best. I also cant believe that he would fit-in on our restricted wage limit. If this was the case - why did we make so much fuss about Modric wanting to be paid his worth?
AlfieConnFanClub
08/09/2011 12:26:00
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i go to the Galaxy regularly, he's certainly still got the delivery but not the pace, and the MLS doesn't require that - much easier to spray it around on a balmy evening when not harrassed by man city or newcastle DM, and Landon Donovan not marked by the Chelsea back 4. he's the opposite of the quicksilver we need and aspire to. plus anyway, i always feel it's about Beckham himself and his own wish to create his mythology; and not about the job at hand. his latter performances for england showed he had run out of steam. so it's a no from me.
paddyspur
08/09/2011 12:48:00
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Get him if he is available and if he is agreeable. He will add experience and instill a sense of determination that is sometimes lacking. Also, Beckham is a brand in itself and will significantly raise the profile of our already great club.
Madaboutspurs
08/09/2011 12:54:00
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The father-of-three, who plays for LA Galaxy, also says that he and his family, including Victoria Beckham, plan to stay in the US for the foreseeable future.

'Our boys go to school here. They're happy here,' he said of sons Brooklyn, 11, Romeo, eight, and Cruz, five. 'As long as they continue to be happy here, my wife's happy here, then we plan on staying.'

Beckham's two oldest sons - Brooklyn and Romeo - were spotted singing the Star Spangled Banner at an LA Galaxy game in October.....

Pretty much puts this discussion to bed!!
coopsieyid
08/09/2011 13:01:00
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Becks will do 3 things, give us more and more publicity and actually might help with other players wanting to join. Thirdly, he will have a positive influence on the youngsters at the club and if he helps improve their training and development, then it will be beneficial to the club. As for on the pitch, I am not sure what he can do. Will he still have the energy for the prem league. Would be great if like NFL, every time we get a set piece, we could bring him on. Joking aside, would probably bring more off the field than on, so I would not be against him joining. As for money, if he did join, I am sure Levy would make sure it is worth making before offering it to him. Also, I am sure if he got a few games, he would be willing to take a big pay cut to join as I cannot see him joining the likes of Stoke, etc. QPR maybe as it is in London. But are they high profile enough for him?
vicspur
08/09/2011 13:12:00
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phew thank heavens for that!!
Ossie
08/09/2011 13:14:00
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was referring to Coopsie post
Ossie
08/09/2011 13:15:00
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I'm always happy to help to cheer up a fellow Spurs supporter, Ossie ;-)
coopsieyid
08/09/2011 13:17:00
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OFF TOPIC (but why not? Beckham bores the ***** out of me) - Bookmakers SkyBet and Victor Chandler have opened books on who will be the next Spurs boss and the list of options is longer than Claude Makelele’s member.

Leading the way with Sky Bet at 2/1 is former Fulham and Manchester City boss Mark Hughes. The proud Welshman quit the Cottage in the summer when it looked like the door at Villa was opening for him, until Randy Lerner slammed it in his face. Hughes is a born winner who knows the game inside out, but would you have him at Spurs?

Former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is next on the list at 8/1 at Victor Chandler. He won the double with the Blues in his first season in England, but was harshly axed on the final day of last season. The Italian is well loved in the game and demands the respect of his players. He also has a glittering array of medals in his cabinet. Would he be your ideal man to replace Redknapp?

Everton boss David Moyes is 9/1 at SkyBet and many believe it’s only a matter of time before a big club wrestles him away from Goodison Park, while former Aston Villa and Celtic manager Martin O’Neill is 10/1, also at Sky Bet. O’Neill is an infectious character who always gets the best out of players, but he likes to money to spend.

Brighton boss Gus Poyet has been making a real name for himself on the south coast and many believe he will be a top flight manager sooner rather than later. He plays football the right way and would be seen as a positive appointment. I’m sure he’d find it hard to turn Spurs down, but there’s a huge gulf in managing in the Championship to the Premier League. Would he be able to make the step up? If you think so, Victor Chandler is offering odds of 14/1.

Another former Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink is thought to be in the running and you can get 16/1 at SkyBet, the same odds as Kevin Bond and Rafa Benitez replacing Redknapp at Victor Chandler.

Other names in the frame already include World Cup winner Didier Deschamps, former Spurs legend Jurgen Klinsmann, Marcello Lippi, Martin Jol and Owen Coyle, all at 20/1, followed by Louis Van Gaal (22/1), Claudio Ranieri and Fabio Capello at 25/1.

Rank outsiders for the job include Garth Crooks at 500/1 and Ossie Ardilles at 200/1.
coopsieyid
08/09/2011 13:26:00
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For a whole host of reasons, some logically some less so, i would LOVE sir becks donning a spurs shirt! For what he would bring in terms of media coverage and increasing our worldwide reputation, no one can questions his value. In playing terms he would be a luxury who the majority of the time we couldn’t afford - but he would be a great option off the bench and squad player – far better option than what we had last year! Finally, i would be the first of many to go and get my shirt with his name on it! get it done danny!
Klinspurs
08/09/2011 13:28:00
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hiddink would be the one for me :-)
coopsieyid
08/09/2011 13:35:00
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regarding coopsie's post: ancelotti would be the most capable of winning things in the short term... but doesn't seem like a long term kind of deal... moyes would be my favourite choice because he could be the next sir alex... he could stay at the club for the next 20-30 years, build and build and build and eventually win, win, win. in my mind it would be the perfect marriage: spurs & moyes revolution :)
logos8
08/09/2011 13:47:00
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coops - I interpret those odds as the bookies thinking we will have a caretaker boss at some stage this season. Clearly Ancelotti and Moyes would be obvious choices if we were in a summer window. Right now though, Hughes is out a job and Harry has a court case looming and the FA monitoring his availability. It makes sense why he's favourite.
muttley
08/09/2011 13:51:00
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Coopsie, I agree Hiddink is the man to get if only we could. He took South Korea and Australia very far into the tournament in successive World Cups. That guy can work some magic and I'd rate him on par with Mourinho whom I am a big fan of.
Madaboutspurs
08/09/2011 13:53:00
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Mad - He's also one of those rare people in football that actually respects a contract!!
coopsieyid
08/09/2011 14:16:00
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alnwick is in the 25 for a reason.....levy has someone to replace him in january or whenever......who is anybodys guess
rovinella62spurs
08/09/2011 14:27:00
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I think a deal has already been done behind the scenes for him to join us in November, its why we have Alnwick in the 25 man squad keeping his spot warm. This signing would do more for us off the pitch than it but dont discount the effect of having him on the training pitch amongst our young squad.
Audere est Facere
08/09/2011 14:28:00
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coops id like didier deschamps or owen coyle as my picks
Audere est Facere
08/09/2011 14:31:00
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is this why levy was in america in the summer window?hmmmmmmm
rovinella62spurs
08/09/2011 14:55:00
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Beckham will join us in November if his olympic squad place is not already garanteed. Also i can not believe Jose Mourinho has not been mentioned as a possible manager to take over from Rednapp. Mourinho has made it clear he intends to return to the premiership in the near future. I can not see Man U, Man C, Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool showing any interest as they seem happy with there management choices, Spurs on the other hand would appeal to him as we are not that dar away from being regarded as a top team. Mourinho enjoys his rep as being known as the special one. Lets face it if he managed to take Spurs into the big time no one could really deny him his clain as being the special one. I hope it happens anyway.
Holsten7
08/09/2011 15:26:00
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Sandro has signed a new 5 year contract
Spurs Allday
08/09/2011 15:37:00
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Beckham ?? Not exactly "only for maketing reasons", but 75% for mkt reasons and the remaining 25% for the football reasons. I´m not sure he can cope with Premier League pace nowadays, but could come as an impact subs when we need a mix of class + experience on the pitch. In any case, I hope Beckham does not turn to be Spurs´ focus on next transfer window. Leandro Damião is scoring every single match and we should have sealed this deal by now.
AlexSpur
08/09/2011 15:37:00
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i'm not so sure. didn't he join us in jauary for a couple of weeks and since then we've been *****e??????
shelf88
08/09/2011 15:43:00
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Damn you Spurs Allday, you've made my contribution officially worthless lol.
Chrissybwoy
08/09/2011 15:45:00
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Great new on Sandro signing a new 5 year contract. Damiao will also join spurs in January on a 5 year deal.
01tottenham
08/09/2011 15:45:00
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NEW DEAL FOR SANDRO!!! Bbbbbbrrrrrpppppp!!!
Chrissybwoy
08/09/2011 15:45:00
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Two years ago I was against such nonsense. Not so much now. First off, from a merchandising perspective, it is a no-brainer. New Kit sponsor as of next season with the most marketable footballer in the world. All of the extra exposure will increase the pressures on Spurs to get going with the new stadium and Beckham and his associates will no doubt be interested in naming rights. Off the pitch, brilliant.

On the pitch, this is not a Harry's old boy situation. This is an Edgar Davidson situation. He will not be coming on a 4 or 5 year deal and he is not coming in as a starter. He is far superior over a dead ball than anyone in the squad. He knows and feels the game and is plenty quick enough to do a job. He was never quick. I am no defender of MLS but they do way more running than most professional sides do. Beckham is a winner and on a 2 year deal, makes sense to me, on and off the pitch. Who knows, it might even take some of the spotlight away from Harry. That too would be brilliant. COYS
peterballb
08/09/2011 15:51:00
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After Modric Saga, I really hope that Sandro (and any other player who signs a long-term contract) knows what it means to put pen on paper under these terms with Daniel Levy.
AlexSpur
08/09/2011 15:55:00
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Alex, they all know. Good luck to Levy in the future when looking to get top young talent on long term deals. The agents and the players are well aware. This has all been poorly handled and I expect we have made a point with Modric and players will now make points with Spurs. COYS
peterballb
08/09/2011 16:02:00
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I dont care how good he was 5-10 seasons ago, I regard a 36 year old as deadwood. why should we sign another overthehill onceuponatime football great when we just offloaded a bunch of unwanted players? what message will that send to our young players? And I dont buy the whole crap about him teaching the youngsters all his skills, giving them advice and *****e like that. It would be different if he made his name at spurs but he is ex mancs so phuck him
neymar
08/09/2011 16:05:00
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Peter, yes, maybe one of the good outcomes from Modric Soap Opera. Now, we´ll have to see how Luka is going to perform next saturday. I don´t expect the same player who scored that cracker for Croatia showing no passion for Tottenham Hotspur.
AlexSpur
08/09/2011 16:06:00
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Aaaah and I have just purchased my new Sandro shirt! It's a sign :)
Mix26
08/09/2011 16:08:00
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well beck does have a pretty face to sell our jersey..... unlike our current models.... whom look a bit........ alien... ^_^
Singspurs
08/09/2011 16:09:00
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I meant, good luck getting young talent on long term deals without an exit clause. Fingers faster than brain and that's shocking. COYS
peterballb
08/09/2011 16:09:00
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01 where did you hear we will sign Damiao will sign a 5 year deal with us in January??
Ossie
08/09/2011 16:10:00
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Peter you wants us to sign a 36year old on a 2 year contract?? that's surprises me
Ossie
08/09/2011 16:13:00
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AVB says Chelski interest in Modric is over.

Yeah, right! Lets see come January.

Spuds-U-like
08/09/2011 16:20:00
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Ossie - The deal was done a long time ago. internacional didn't want to let him go till january because it would have put more pressure on Jo. Thats why we signed Adebayor only on loan.
01tottenham
08/09/2011 16:22:00
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If ade's loan spell is a success we'll sign him at the end of the season on a 70-80k contract. Adebayor knows himself that wherever he goes, no club is going to pay those wages.
01tottenham
08/09/2011 16:25:00
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Ossie, this is a big picture issue. If it were merely for football reasons, I wouldn't even consider it. The off-pitch issues are so persuasive it cannot be rejected. He would becan impact sub in games where the other team parks the buss and one dead ball delivery could be the difference between 1 point and 3. Beckh on 2 years is less of a risk than either Pienaar or Parker. COYS
peterballb
08/09/2011 16:26:00
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Sorry peterbalb, there is absolutely no comparison between Beckham, Pienaar & Parker regarding "risks". Can't see what point you're trying to make fella.

Each have their own individual benefits that differ entirely with the others, & the contrast between them are marked in that respect. In fact I'd go as far as to say that they are all entirely different types of player, so how can you judge which 1 is more of a "risk" than either the other 2?

Spuds-U-like
08/09/2011 16:43:00
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01 that's the first I've heard of it, where did you get this information from?? I do hope it's true and not from the 'ITK's.
Ossie
08/09/2011 16:59:00
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Spuds, both Pienaar and Parker are on starter wages and are unmovable (owing to the quantum of wages) and are ours for 4 more years. They will be no more willing to take a cut in pay than Keane, Defoe, Pav and Crouch who we had to give money for him to agree to go. Neither Parker nor Pienaar have any value on the bench, which is where they should be if all are healthy, whereas Beckham has he value, even as a bit player. Whether Parker or Pienaar take up squad places in 2 years or not doesn't matter as the wages count against profits. Beckham makes the LA Galaxy far more than they pay him. He is an asset whether he plays or not. Pienaar and Parker are assets only if they are playing and if they are starting for Slurs in 2 years, we will not be worried about 4 competitions. Both are paid better than Modric. Both are unmovable and both are inflationary. COYS
peterballb
08/09/2011 17:03:00
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Ah, NOW I know where you're coming from!

Can't argue with you there fella.

Spuds-U-like
08/09/2011 17:05:00
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Agree with your last point Peter, the signing of Becks makes sense off the field. But again we dont know how much any player gets paid, so we can't say this player gets paid more than Modric. As for all we know Modric might have got a pay increase when he had a meeting with the Chairman over the Chelsea interest.
Ossie
08/09/2011 17:20:00
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Peter, who on earth is Edgar Davidson?
Chrissybwoy
08/09/2011 17:45:00
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Edgar Davids, Dutch player?
luffy#9
08/09/2011 17:49:00
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Yeah I figured luffy, just made me lol.
Chrissybwoy
08/09/2011 17:50:00
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Ossie, we do not know any of the numbers for certain, but, we know Harry said Luka would need to meet with the Chairman after the close of the window to discuss wages. We know Harry and others said Chelsea were going to treble the wages. We know Parker was reportedly on 70k at West Ham. Pienaar wad looking for 70k from Everton. Reports were he signed for 65-70k per week depending on the source. Parker and Pienaar are on their last big contracts. They are both outs for 4 years more. I'm presuming that Parker and Pienaar got more or less what they wanted and that Chelsea were not going to be paying Modric over 200k per week. I am connecting some dots, but the picture is fairly clear. I'd like to see wages published. COYS
peterballb
08/09/2011 17:51:00
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But Peter we don't know what wages Parker or Pienaar was on and Spammers, Everton or with Spurs, we don't know if in Modric's new contract that his wages are in line with the top earners of the club, so I disagree on that point that the picture isn't and has never been clear. Yes when and if wages are published we can have this conversation, until then it's purely speculation.
Ossie
08/09/2011 18:05:00
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Very strange my response disappeared ??? Anyway signing Becks would be superb on many different levels. I guess the preliminary work was done last time around, so all being well Becks will join in November. He may bring added media coverage but it can also deflect from the press banging on about Modders all the time. Nice 8^D
True Spurs Supporter
08/09/2011 18:06:00
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