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Hargreaves Hails King Berbs

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by U7912383 23 April 2007
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Nice words by Hargreaves (its on the bbc site the article) about our No1 Player.

There is no doubt that King Berbatov has been the best signing at WHL since Klinsmann.

All hail KING BERBS.

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comment by IndaUK (U4415846)

posted Apr 24, 2007

When he joined us I was not impressed. I screamed at the TV more than once. What a waste of money, I thought.

These days I could watch him all day, every day. His moodiness could do with some work but I supposed that's strikers for you.

If only he had long lost English parentage somewhere...

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comment by gooch50 (U1988366)

posted Apr 24, 2007

If Hargreaves thinks he is so good then maybe he could come and play alongside him next season and take spurs into the champions league.

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comment by Finn723 (U6728793)

posted Apr 24, 2007

Behind only Henry, Rooney and Drogba in best strikers at present in the premiership. With a couple of decent signings spurs will push for the CL next season.

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posted Apr 24, 2007

Yeah Berbatov is a fine forward but I do not know what puts him and Wayne Rooney in the top class strikers in England. The Season has only 4 games to go and both Rooney and Berbatov have less than 15 goals each. Henry who only played half a season has scored over 10 goals this season. Rooney has never scored 20league goals in his life and he s had about 4 seasons now. Rooney is def over-hyped! Even Lampard a midfielder scores more goals than childish Rooney:-D. Henry is still the best striker in the world and Spurs fans can forget about the champions league in the next 50years until the day u start beating Arsenal on your own home ground!:-D

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posted Apr 26, 2007

you spurs fans, stop being so negative.
we have to hold on to BERBA and we will.
hopfully we club will add 2-3 quality players to the team (likes of Pedersen of Blackburn, Niemi of Fulham and Heinze of Man U)
then we can realy push for C.L
we are not here to provide top calss players for Cheaski & United.
so stop looking down at yourselves.
com on you SPURS

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posted May 3, 2007

He is absoulte class, we need to keep him and sign similar players in other posittions. I hope our board looks at the big picture and not make a quick buck.

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posted May 8, 2007

the big four is no more in the premiership its now the big 5 luck has not been with us the last 2 seasons but these things balance outand iv no doubt well be in the top 4 next season .

Big things are happening at the lane and all this talk of berbatov leaving is more wishful thinking than fact by chelsea and man utd
also all this other talk of lennon chimbonda defoe leaving is pure rubbish they know whats happening at the lane and of course want to be part of it.
its simply this yes well sell players this summer but it will only be the ones that are not good enough to make way for the new signings we make
our spending power is probably only now second to chelsea thanks to daniel levy and our backers.
the future is very bright COYS

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posted May 8, 2007

big 5 you have got to be joking!!!

arsenal are evening slacking now.. liverpool are forever non-existant..

I feel its only a big 2 now chelsea and manutd.

But it has always been Manchester United in the premiership. They are the only true big club!

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comment by Finn723 (U6728793)

posted May 8, 2007

Your right, nowdays its the big 2, they are streets ahead and will only get better

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