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A fond farewell to Jermaine Defoe. 2

Posted on February 28, 2014 by Eddie S

JD remained at Tottenham beyond the end of the transfer season after signing for Toronto in the MLS on a loan but apart from a very brief substitute appearance he was unable to take his place in the team for his final farewell due to a slight injury. So after ten years and two spells with the club Defoe has finally left and he leaves with a place in the Tottenham record books as their leading goalscorer in Europe. After 363 appearances for us in all competitions and 143 goals there can be little doubt that he will be fondly remembered.

Today’s Tottenham transfer talk analysed. 7

Posted on January 09, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

A little overweek into the January transfer window and most of the talk has been of Tottenham departures, today the list has grown yet again so let’s take a look at what is being said and give our honest opinion on those rumours;

Has Defoe finally given up his England dream? 13

Posted on November 27, 2013 by Guest Writer

Judging from all the reports in the papers today it seems that Jermain Defoe has agreed a move to Toronto come the January transfer window which if true surely flies in the face of all the recent papertalk and his anguish at not getting enough games in the Premiership. there has been so much pressure placed upon AVB to choose JD as the lone striker as to omit him risked his place in the England squad for the World Cup next summer.

Is Defoe talking himself into a January transfer? 4

Posted on November 16, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

Yet again the interviews with Jermain Defoe centre around his need to be given more game time by AVB and Tottenham if he is to go to the World Cup next summer, when you consider that he has actually featured in more games than Soldado you wonder just what all the concern is about if indeed it emanates from the player and not the media trying to cause unrest. Soldado has started in ten to Defoe’s one game in the premier league but JD has made seven other appearances from the bench and has also started five European fixtures and two Capital One Cup games. In competitive fixtures Defoe has actually played almost as many minutes in competitive fixtures as Soldado, approximately 760 minutes to Soldado’s 950 minutes in fact. When analysed Defoe is actually receiving a decent amount of playing time and considering his goals have come against inferior opposition his record isn’t perhaps good enough for him to take the place of Soldado in the Tottenham team for the big games.

Congratulations Jermain Defoe. 0

Posted on November 08, 2013 by Guest Writer

Last night Jermain Defoe finally achieved a landmark in his ttottenham career when he finally beat the European goal record of Martin Chivers that has stood for forty years, his twenty-third goal came from the penalty spot and was expertly taken, no fancy chip or clever penalty but simply a straightforward effort of power and accuracy into the roof of the net giving the keeper absolutely no chance.

The day after tangling with the Sheriff. 0

Posted on October 25, 2013 by Scraggs

Seven changes to the team that faced Aston Villa on Sunday but still it looked an impressive team on paper. the game was not particularly pretty but from Tottenham’s perspective it was a job well done, that is becoming the order of the day especially away from White Hart Lane.

When will these Defoe fears disappear? 5

Posted on October 05, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

Again the same articles continue to be flogged regarding Jermain Defoe’s fears that he will not be chosen for England duty or be chosen to travel to next years World Cup unless he is playing regular Premier League football for his club. With seven goals in just four starts in Europe and the cups he is continuing to make his mark and while he is doing that he will continue to be chosen for an England team lacking a striker like him. To be perfectly honest can england afford not to take Defoe who probably has the best striking record of any other current England player, boasting 19 goals in 54 appearances, most of them as a substitute.

Defoe rage is all in a spin. 1

Posted on September 18, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

Judging from all the newspaper articles attributed to Jermain Defoe you would likely be expecting that he will be training alongside Emmanuel Adebayor sometime today, though the reality is that he and the rest of the squad will be preparing for tomorrows game against Tromso, a game in which Defoe is likely to start.

Tottenham’s magnificent 7:3rd up Roberto Soldado.(video) 3

Posted on September 06, 2013 by Tony

Roberto Soldado became Tottenham’s third major signing of the transfer window and the clubs transfer record was broken for a second time, Valencia drove a hard bargain and finally received a fee of almost £26m for their prolific goalscorer. With a record of more than twenty league goals  in each of his past three seasons Soldado is a goalscorer supreme and his fee reflects this.

Is Andros Townsend ready to challenge for Walcott’s England spot. 2

Posted on August 27, 2013 by Tony

The surprise news of the day is the call up of Andros Townsend to the full England squad after just two first team appearances to date. Roy Hodgson was at the Tottenham v Swansea match on Sunday and must have been as impressed as the rest of us with his performance. Of course he has not been chosen simply off the back of his last couple of matches but his brief appearance in a QPR shirt towards the end of last season obviously also caught his eye.

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