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Berba Situation

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posted Nov 5, 2007

he'll be back im absolutley positive of it.

thurs - tel aviv 2-2 spurs, berbatov scores and gets his season up and running followed by a couple against wigan this weekend (how annoying that they sack CH before we play 'em !!)

A MUST WIN COUPLE OF GAMES - ESPECIALLY SUNDAY.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

I've just posted a thread Hitman, come on chop chop! biggrin

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posted Nov 5, 2007

If he wants to go and Ramos isn't concerned then sell him for as much money as poss BUT, more importantly, DON'T sell him to United who get the media to 'tap' up our players by telling them of their interest.

I would rather see Berba in a Chelsea shirt then United's! yikes

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posted Nov 5, 2007

Ultimately Berbatov himself will decide whether the club sells him or not. If he is unhappy and made up his mind he wants to go then he will make it happen.
No club needs unhappy players around who are unwilling to fight for the cause.
A large transfer fee for Berbatov would be usefull for strenghtening the team in more important areas.

Something is not right with Berbatov, his form, his body language and alleged attitude says he is fed up. All the time this goes on his value drops.

I hope Berbatov can regain his passion and return to the player we saw last season.

If not he should be sold.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

i reckon commoli will make berba stay as his job will depend on it the board know that we have a legend a superstar in berbatov if we lose him we lose everything say good by to 5th not unless we sign a different mido type player on loan every season.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

Berba is just a hard player to read, keeps himself to himself and never looks entirely happy. But he's never made any suggestion that he's looking to leave Spurs, it's either media hype or fans (either from opposition or our own fans!).

Many people were convinced he'd be off in the summer, yet he's still here. He'll hit a run of amazing form again soon, and we'll all be over the moon that he's still wearing a Spurs shirt.

I have been worried that he might be off in January, it still may happen, we'll survive without him. However I could survive without eating pizza, but I'd rather not...

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posted Nov 5, 2007

If we sell him, it should only be to a team outside the Prem.
Rumour has it there's a 28mil get-out clause in his contract. With that we could finally get those players we should've bought with the cash we squandered on Darren Bent.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

comment by Berba_Is_Kingposted 1 Hour AgoIf he wants to go and Ramos isn't concerned then sell him for as much money as poss BUT, more importantly, DON'T sell him to United who get the media to 'tap' up our players by telling them of their interest.I would rather see Berba in a Chelsea shirt then United's!
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..... and you think NO other club does this ? How amusing So far Chelsea have already said they want Alves, Kanoute, and others. Same goes for other clubs.
oh and btw ..... Spurs arent exactely in a good position to be talking about unsettling employees from other clubs
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posted Nov 5, 2007

To be honest, i think Berbatov (and probably the rest of the team) are unsettled by the current instability at Tottenham and also the loss of Jol himself. When some kind of calm returns and the team are focused on a common purpose, then they may start performing better. Not sure how long that might take though.
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posted Nov 5, 2007

i think Berbatov will get things up and running, but he needs good treatment, a good partner, and games. im not a spurs fan, but im an admirer of them, and they are guna need him if they are going to get out of the bottom half of the table

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posted Nov 5, 2007

I'm a Man United fan. I know I'm very biased, but personally I think any player who chooses Tottenham over Man Utd needs their head sorting out.

Apparently we tried to sign him two years ago and he turned us down for Spurs, and in the summer of this year Spurs were asking for too much money.

I would not pay 25m for Berbatov. His behaviour at Spurs hasn't endeared me to him, and as far as I can see when the pressure is on he sulks and throws tantrums. He's an Anelka/Collymore, not a Van Nistelrooy, Cantona or Rooney, and I don't particularly want him at Old Trafford.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

Being a Man Utd fan and seeing the form that Berbatov was in last season i would be quite happy for us to sign him. However as Subterranean says, the way he has acted so far this season i doubt any club would pay big money for him but i would much rather see Berbatov in the team than Anelka.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

In answer to your question,
Will Berbatov stay?

Answer, Hope not.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

I wish for just one week you guys in the media would write something positive, just once please stay off the negative crap you keep writting about our great team. Let the business of football stay behind closed doors for just one week and stop this stuipd speculation because thats all it is in the end. Crap speculation that gets headlines between games and keeps you lot busy. The new manager has a job to do so let him get on with it. Berbatov, Jenas, Robo, Defoe, Lee, Stalteri, Tianio should all be more worried about learning how to improve as a team rather than listen to stories and read the crap that you write on a weelky basis. You will understand one thing as you get older, worrying about what might happen before it does never changes the outcome, come the January transfer window lets quit trying to second guess and put a positive spin on that 7 wins in a row would do for this team starting this Saturday against Wigan.... If that were to happen who would need the January transfer window.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

I am not sure United would actually still go for him. I'd assume that in the summer United's enquiry was rejected, and so they subsequently pursued Tevez.

I seriously doubt Berbatov is on the agenda at United anymore with Tevez and Rooney very much first choice... they are much more likey to pursue a squad player striker than one like Berbatov, that expects a first team place.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

Berbatov is a big fish in a little pond at Tottenham. He is the star of the team but it he cannot stand being left out of the team at Spurs how is he going to cope at Man Utd. Although given Manchester is similiar to Bulgaria I'm sure he will be at home there.

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posted Nov 5, 2007

At the moment there is no way that any other club would be interested in signing berbatov. He has been rubish and lazy. NOT the same player as last season. Therefore why even worry bout him leaving.

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posted Nov 6, 2007

I dont see what all the fuss is about they way I see it is Berbatov is behaving much like Totti at Roma.

Both Tottenham and Roma are rubbish mediocre squads without their star man and that star man in question earns the right to sulk, attract interest from suiters and get a new contract 2 twice a year.

He'll stay stop stressing spurs fans he'll just pretend to be going in order to get idiots writing articles fearing he'll leave

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posted Nov 6, 2007

Another attempt to further unsettle the Spurs players. The media are just trying to stir up more unrest and one would assume there is a buyout clause as well as a contract.

Its still an unholy mess...What odds Keane to Sunderland in the window to join up with Roy Keane and Nial Quinn and the ROI players in their squad

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