Tottenham S1 | End of January

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Stlducks
1341 posts Professional
edited January 27
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  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    House Rules:
    Must abide by league squad rules. For the Premier League teams have 25 players with a minimum of 8 being home grown.

    Max of 3 players bought in a window.

    Must keep net spend under £10m total for the year. All money saved will go into the "stadium"

  • Stlducks
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  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    edited December 2018
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    HIGHLIGHTS: Newcastle v Tottenham

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  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    edited December 2018
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    HIGHLIGHTS: Tottenham v Fulham

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  • JoshDFC
    2001 posts Fans' Favourite
    Good Luck with this story the team seem to have made a strong start, it will be interesting to see who Poch brings in upfront if anybody
  • subpop
    3364 posts National Call-Up
    Good to see you started your new story soon!! Good luck!

    Lewis Cook is a very interesting signing. I guess he's not going to be a starter, but he'll be useful in many moments.

    Great debut against Newcastle. It took 40 minutes to open Newcastle's goal, but once you did, it seemed easy. Easy or not, the truth is that Spurs were dominant.

    Then nice debut in the new stadium. I guess that players are not used to play in it yet, but there were more problems to defeat Fulham. Probably not in terms of pure football, as Spurs seemed to own the game, but the short result was a danger. Still 6 out of 6 before visiting Old Trafford in what it'll be a good test for Spurs.
  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    JoshDFC wrote: »
    Good Luck with this story the team seem to have made a strong start, it will be interesting to see who Poch brings in upfront if anybody

    Thank you. Right now I'm thinking of looking to the academy for a striker. Trying to save all the money I can to make up for the stadium. With Lamela, Son and Lucas as scoring options, a striker isn't as important as it was in the past.
    subpop wrote: »
    Good to see you started your new story soon!! Good luck!

    Lewis Cook is a very interesting signing. I guess he's not going to be a starter, but he'll be useful in many moments.

    Great debut against Newcastle. It took 40 minutes to open Newcastle's goal, but once you did, it seemed easy. Easy or not, the truth is that Spurs were dominant.

    Then nice debut in the new stadium. I guess that players are not used to play in it yet, but there were more problems to defeat Fulham. Probably not in terms of pure football, as Spurs seemed to own the game, but the short result was a danger. Still 6 out of 6 before visiting Old Trafford in what it'll be a good test for Spurs.

    Thank you, I wanted to start a new story right away once I picked Tottenham. Just had to figure out the graphics and idea to go with.

    Cook is a "Poch" type player. Young, English, good on the ball. He will be a rotation guy for the near future unless he really starts surprising people.

    The Newcastle game was strange. It was a difficult start but then Newcastle fell apart and honestly Spurs should have scored more than 4. Fulham were much harder and made few mistakes even though they defended most of the match.
  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
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    HIGHLIGHTS: Man United v Tottenham

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  • JoshDFC
    2001 posts Fans' Favourite
    disappointing i to lose the unbeaten record so late, Not really anything you could do after the initial shot Fellaini was just in the right place at the right time
  • subpop
    3364 posts National Call-Up
    The red card for Lucas was a problem... I still saw the team creating danger after the red card, but at the end Fellaini scored his typical goal in second action.

    It was the first difficult game and, sadly, we couldn't win the game. However, still soon in the season and Spurs didn't show a bad image, quite the opposite.
  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    JoshDFC wrote: »
    disappointing i to lose the unbeaten record so late, Not really anything you could do after the initial shot Fellaini was just in the right place at the right time

    Very unlucky with the deflection. I'm proud of the effort but sad with the result.
    subpop wrote: »
    The red card for Lucas was a problem... I still saw the team creating danger after the red card, but at the end Fellaini scored his typical goal in second action.

    It was the first difficult game and, sadly, we couldn't win the game. However, still soon in the season and Spurs didn't show a bad image, quite the opposite.

    Stupid red card. I thought I had possession and tried to cross but I lost the ball just as I hit square and tackled him from behind. But like you said, the team put on a good show down a man.
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  • Danimal5981
    2083 posts Fans' Favourite
    Liverpool wanting to keep the door shut, with those defensive acquisitions. You got quality guys back for the ones you've sold, but I'm just wondering if a lack of width in the squad might hurt you in the long run.
  • TacticalTugTeam
    1096 posts Professional
    edited December 2018
    You Spuds are still a midget club.

    0 Trophies since 2008 & this is your best team in your entire history. :D :D :D :D

    Git Gud.
  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    Liverpool wanting to keep the door shut, with those defensive acquisitions. You got quality guys back for the ones you've sold, but I'm just wondering if a lack of width in the squad might hurt you in the long run.

    Width is a concern but the way Spurs play is usually up the middle and pace towards the top (Son or Lucas). Poch likes to play more midfielders than wingers most times.
    You Spuds are still a midget club.

    0 Trophies since 2008 & this is your best team in your entire history. :D :D :D :D

    Git Gud.

    I'm all for the bantz but at least know your history if you think this is Spurs best team. I'm just happy this midget club receives so much attention from the southerns. 😏
  • TacticalTugTeam
    1096 posts Professional
    edited December 2018
    Stlducks wrote: »
    Liverpool wanting to keep the door shut, with those defensive acquisitions. You got quality guys back for the ones you've sold, but I'm just wondering if a lack of width in the squad might hurt you in the long run.

    Width is a concern but the way Spurs play is usually up the middle and pace towards the top (Son or Lucas). Poch likes to play more midfielders than wingers most times.
    You Spuds are still a midget club.

    0 Trophies since 2008 & this is your best team in your entire history. :D :D :D :D

    Git Gud.

    I'm all for the bantz but at least know your history if you think this is Spurs best team. I'm just happy this midget club receives so much attention from the southerns. 😏

    This is Spuds best team ever, they have no recent history.

    This team is better than when Modric & Bale was there.

    Tottenham have only won 2 League Titles in their entire history, the standard back then was Tinpot compared to what it is now.

    Tinpot Spuds are bottlejobs.

    Git Gud.

    B)
  • subpop
    3364 posts National Call-Up
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  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
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    HIGHLIGHTS: Son saves the day

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  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    edited December 2018
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    HIGHLIGHTS: Son scores first half brace

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  • subpop
    3364 posts National Call-Up
    edited December 2018
    Son shows up to decide two games and not simple ones, especially the one against Liverpool. Impressive start by Spurs this season.

    I particuarly liked Trippier's assist on Son in the last goal against Watford.

    In the Champions League, I can't say it is an easy group. Actually I'd say it is the most difficult group. However, considering the great start of the team, I can only be confident about the pass to the next rounds.

    Let's see how the team does now that you'll start twice a week. Which level are you finally playing? Legendary? Impressive.
  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    subpop wrote: »
    Son shows up to decide two games and not simple ones, especially the one against Liverpool. Impressive start by Spurs this season.

    I particuarly liked Trippier's assist on Son in the last goal against Watford.

    In the Champions League, I can't say it is an easy group. Actually I'd say it is the most difficult group. However, considering the great start of the team, I can only be confident about the pass to the next rounds.

    Let's see how the team does now that you'll start twice a week. Which level are you finally playing? Legendary? Impressive.

    I actually decided on Ultimate with OS custom sliders. These matches have been the most realistic I've had. I am getting burned on my mistakes and it is difficult to score against the hard teams unless you get lucky like Sons first goal.

    The Trippier pass you refer to, I attempted that pass multiple times and hit too hard and right at the keeper four or five times in the second half. It felt good to finally get it right.
  • Danimal5981
    2083 posts Fans' Favourite
    "...has no giant" !?!? he said... :'(
    ;)

    Dear boy, Ajax is a sleeping giant maybe, BUT A GIANT NONETHELESS! >:) :p :D
  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    "...has no giant" !?!? he said... :'(
    ;)

    Dear boy, Ajax is a sleeping giant maybe, BUT A GIANT NONETHELESS! >:) :p :D

    Haha I actually thought you might comment when I wrote that!
  • Stlducks
    1341 posts Professional
    edited December 2018
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    HIGHLIGHTS: Eriksen silences Dortmund

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  • WestardLord
    1332 posts Professional
    Looked like it would be a tough group, but then Eriksen totally breaks that down against Dortmund. Great run of results recently.
  • JoshDFC
    2001 posts Fans' Favourite
    A very tough group but the team did brilliant winning away from home against one of the tough opponents the team have started excellently and this is looking the an opportunity for Poch to win his first trophies
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