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Dele Alli - the new steven Gerrard??

Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by superyids, Sep 18, 2015.

  1. superyids

    superyids Registered User

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    This man is starting to stamp his mark on the first team and he deserves his own thread. he's probably been one of our best players this season. he seems to have the same box-to-box drives that past greats like gerrard and lampard have shown. he has an eye for goal and he looks to have a trick or two up his sleeve as well. sick piece of skill against sunderland, lovely pirouette last night for sons 2nd goal and who can forget the infamous modric nutmeg :).

    the loan back to MK dons last season was probably an astute move- but this season it looks like another loan is not an option. the guy looks the business now. after MOTM display last night hopefully he has established himself and he will go from strength to strength. does anyone know if he can play in the 3 behind the striker? we seem to have a lot of good options for the 2 in midfield. mason and diers performances against Sunderland complicate matters. but we have a few who flatter to deceive in that 3 in behind.i can figure out whether I love Andros or not- townsend can be brilliant one minute and then frustrating the next, chadlis scores goals but can be anonymous in many games, who knows about N'jie and lamela is well.... he's just lamela!! maybe poch will push alli forward at some stage?

    http://talksport.com/football/dele-...ham-fans-hail-midfield-sensation-150918166978

    one things for sure- real Madrid will have a fine £100M midfielder on there roster in 2 years time. could it be worth sticking a cheeky fiver on him for the EURO 2016 squad? :hmmm

    [video=youtube;GMW-y3rn3RA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMW-y3rn3RA[/video]
     
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  2. Witty Futty

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    He needs time, but he does show to be a really perspective player!
     
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    The next Jermaine Jenas for sure! Go Dele!
     
  4. superyids

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    funny enough when i watch him play (from a distance) he looks a bit like jenas. his physique and the way he runs
     
  5. DeadlyDemon

    DeadlyDemon Spurs optimist

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    http://www.thefa.com/news/england/d...rry-kane-unfazed-by-spurs-goal-drought-180915
     
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    As my preseason prediction stated this young man will be a regular in the England squad by the end of this season. We have got a future England captain in our midst
     
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    Let's not rush in making statements like these. He is young and needs patience and time to grow up into a special player.
     
  8. Kiz

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    He looks the real deal so far. Lets hope he keeps it up.
     
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    Alli!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  10. DeadlyDemon

    DeadlyDemon Spurs optimist

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    Pele Alli!

    Bet he'll be giving Hugo some stick in training :laugh:
     
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    Kiz The Erotic Vulture

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    Was a cracking goal.
     
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    Not much Hugo could have done about that one.
     
  13. Kiz

    Kiz The Erotic Vulture

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    He picked it out the net pretty well.
     
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    So proud of the boy wonder. MK born and bred, truly one of our own. I still remember watching him make his first team debut almost exactly 3 years ago.

    Hoping we have a juicy sell on clause for when you inevitably sell him to Man City/Real Madrid/PSG for £80mil.
     
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    I love graham Roberts on twitter. hes as biased towards Spurs as tony gale is towards west ham :laugh:

    Danny Murphy who I like said @dele_alli36 should not be in squad today I suggest he should be starting in euros @Carra23

    Stones @HKane @dele_alli36 @ericdier Barkley future actually looking a lot better for England than has.

    Proud of the 3 Spurs boys tonight @HKane @dele_alli36 @ericdier superb same again Sunday please


    I don't know what it is. but I know you do have a sell-on.
     
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    He actually reminds me more of Vieira than Gerrard.

    Other than that he's got all the ability to make it into a world class midfielder, few players have the kind of awareness he has when he's on the ball, he's got it in his first PL season.
    Hope he keeps working hard and doesn't hand in a transfer request when RM comes knocking on the door. We should be able to keep him until he's 24-25 and by then we'll be a CL regular :whistle
     
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    Kiz The Erotic Vulture

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    24-25, that optimistic :laugh:. I wish I had your outlook.
     
  18. superyids

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    well hes box-to-box and hes English- so I just went with gerrard
    :thumb

    LOL- at this rate i'd be happy with 22. at least that wud give us a good 3 years of him
     
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    2 former lads having a chat

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    :laugh:

    Why is he compared with Gerrard though, for Christ sake?
     

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