Twitter had the usual idiots in voice yesterday wanting to blame Daniel Levy because Marseille and Espanyol haven't released their players yet.
Espanyol want to sign a replacement goalkeeper before Spurs can announce the signing of Pau Lopez, apparently that is Daniel Levy's fault.
Marseille, for reasons best known to Marseille have not released Georges-Kevin N'Koudou even though he has been training with us for the last week, has passed a medical and is waiting on for Marseille to give the all clear. That apparently is Daniel Levy's fault.
It is patently obvious it isn't Tottenham holding any deal up or he wouldn't be training with us, Marseille simply wouldn't have agreed to it, so even though we don't know the full picture, to blame Levy for it is patently agenda driven.
There isn't any panic, we bought the essentials early, now we are looking for the trimmings. One or two deals have come about for squad players, Mason and Carroll (if they both leave) will be replaced by Harry Winks and Josh Onomah so no discernible difference really.
Out wide we are changing, Son won't leave unless there is a player coming in, Chadli will be replaced by N'Koudou leaving Clinton Njie departing who doesn't play anyway. To suggest we need 3 or four players in is nonsense.
Why do people complain they don't want last week transfer deals and complain they don't get last week transfer deals. They ought to listen to themselves sometimes. All that matters in this window is how we finish it as a club, not what everyone else is perceived to have done or achieved. Newcastle spend loads last January when our own supporters were saying we should, Newcastle were relegated. Liverpool and Manchester United have been spending money like water for a few seasons and it didn't make a blind bit of difference.
Pochettino knows what he is doing, a few supporters need to look in the mirror and ask themselves some questions. It is time to leave the agenda driven bandwagon they are on.
According to comments Vincent Janssen and Victor Wanyama are poor dealings in the transfer market that fans have a right to complain about. In actual fact a fan hasn't a clue what a poor dealing in the transfer market is, they don't coach them or know what they can do in the Tottenham system or under the guidance of Pochettino.
As for feeling alienated, I'm in the vast majority of fans who support Tottenham Hotspur as opposed to following and doing what they can to breed the negativity that encourages failure. I'm more interested in the success of Spurs myself.
There was even one suggesting Pochettino is losing the dressing room! Why because he sells players he doesn't think are good enough! That sums the anti-Levy idiots up.
We proper supporters of the club are happy Spurs are clearly moving in the right direction while strengthening the squad, we can see the bigger picture.
To the more intelligent fan out there, enjoy the international break.