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Monday, 13 June 2016

Mason - logic or emotion, which are you?

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Ryan Mason is wanted by Bournemouth, Stoke City, and Hull City, to name but three and none of them are likely to pay the £8-million it gas been claimed in the press that Tottenham are asking for him.

We have seen proposed bids of £2-million, £4-illion, and £6-million although none have been officially made. That is quite normal, clubs will talk to the 24-year-old (25 tomorrow) agent and get an idea of the wages he would want and the type of fee that Tottenham would require to let him go.

I personally don't think he will be going anywhere and the interview he recently made backed that view up, he was looking forward to next season at Tottenham. A club needs squad players, especially squad players proven i the Premier League. So he had an injury hit poor season, he has shown before he can usually be relied upon and we may need his desire next season when we give players a rest for UEFA Champions League games.

The emotional fans want him gone, the logical fans can see him staying, which are you?



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  1. Why do the emotional fans want him gone and the logical to stay? What a stupid comment. I would say if anything it's the other way around. The emotional see a guy who has come from the youth team and blinded by that think he is good. He isn't. He never has been. In fact he is hopeless and always was

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  2. Ryan is a good player. He started our push up the table with our 1 - 0 victory at Sunderland and got injured while scoring. Do you suffer short term memory lapses

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  3. Ryan is a good player. He started our push up the table with our 1 - 0 victory at Sunderland and got injured while scoring. Do you suffer short term memory lapses

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    1. I think it is you who suffer from short term memory lose. We won won game with him in the team last year. He scored against Sunderland after yet another stuttering performernce

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  4. @Chris Cumner-Price - You shoot yourself in the foot with your emotional 'hopeless' comment I'm afraid, which answers your own question.

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    1. To be fair you are right I am emotional about Spurs and this subject. Watching him the season before last almost made me quit my season ticket. My beef is to think the people who want him to staff are logical. No one can tell me he is anything other then useless. That has been proved time and time again

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  5. If we keep him, he should only play in a more attacking role in midfield. He's not a defensive midfield and will never be a good one as he does not have the physical presence or defensive awareness. His strength lies in his good off-the ball movement and intelligent runs into the box (as demonstrated by his goal against Sunderland). Imo, he's been playing poorly in the last few games as he was played out of position.

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  6. He's just got to up his game and improve vastly!? It's logical,we as s club need players who can influence and control games.And he needs to do that side of the game,the classic example is eric dier.He did'nt sulk when he could'nt be in the centre of defence,he played for the team at back flanks and took his opportunity when MoPo gave him the midfield role with both hands!! What has ryan done to improve himself!???

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  7. He's just got to up his game and improve vastly!? It's logical,we as s club need players who can influence and control games.And he needs to do that side of the game,the classic example is eric dier.He did'nt sulk when he could'nt be in the centre of defence,he played for the team at back flanks and took his opportunity when MoPo gave him the midfield role with both hands!! What has ryan done to improve himself!???

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  8. Fortunately Pochettino knows better than our supporters who suggest he doesn't know what he is talking about.

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