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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by TheSecondStain, Jun 28, 2016.
Or will he follow Poch to Real if he appointed in the summer?
Other than the money and the history, moving from Spurs to Man Utd if a bit of a sideways move these days. If Kane moves it will be to someone who is actually going to win something.
I totally agree, but I just dont know if he'll suit our style of play.
And he is nowhere near as speedy as Shane.
I would argue that even when off the pace in the League, Manchester United still pick up trophies. Where are Tottenham´s over the past decade? So it is a forward move. In addition, it keeps him and his partner in the UK, his branding value would certainly increase. Furthermore, sales of United shirt would increase as well. Not sure that "golden" boy would have the same impact at Real as in Spain he is not seen in the same light as in the UK. Besides which, Real are into buying young Brazilians, a category that Kane does not fit into. And Perez has to satisfy the demands of 100,000 or so members and I am not sure that Kane is top of their shopping list.
No handshakes this weekend for the first time.
I think we could be heading for games behind closed doors in the Premier League.
A matter of time.
Or just cancel the rest of the season, start again from 0 in September.
Bad luck Liverpool......
Or do the season as done now. Promotion, relegation etc as it is
As long as it's after next week...
Imagine how much the PL and Sky will hate having the trophy presented to them in an empty Anfield
Why just the Premier League?
I personally think we're still quite far from that point tbh.
Because it's the only football that exists ...
Obviously not just the PL but this is the PL thread.
3-4000 cases and they will consider it.
Maybe i am not taking it seriously, but I think there is more chance of me getting it at the Supermarket or doctors surgery than at St Mary's?
Welcome, Victor to the closest top-tier football club to me!*
*A mere 1300 kms away.
Won't be allowed an open top parade either.
I think this is the last Premier League weekend for a few with fans present in the stadiums.
Although the research says unusually that you are more likely to catch it from the supermarket etc, it does seem to make sense to stop 30,000+ people traveling from all over the country on public transport, going to pubs/restaurants etc and then staying together close in a stadium for a couple of hours.
If stadiums were closed to fans, do you think season ticket holders would get partial refunds?