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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Barkley terms agreed


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It seems that Tottenham and 23-year-old (24 in December) Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has agreed personal terms, which tells you Everton had given us permission to talk to him.

I'm delighted to hear the fee may well be more in the region of the £17 million I suggested and delighted it is not the £40 million I had heard.

Negotiations between £20 million (€22.56m - AUS$32.95m - US$26.08m) plus add-ons and £25 million (€28.21m - AUS$41.19m - US$32.61m) make a lot more sense.

agreed prsnl terms with Barkley, fee not agreed, they want £20m+add ons want £25m+ add ons deal should be agreed soon

I have bought you information from this lady before, she has a contact at Spurs and with agents. She has been working in sports and particularly football for 3 years now and undertakes a spot of presenting as well.

Coming to a bigger club will be a challenge for him, he;ll have to improve his mentality and work on his game, but Pochettino seems to be the right man for many an English player for that.


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126 comments:

  1. Coming to a bigger club will challenge him! Where's he going? I thought he was going to spurs!

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    1. Exactly, a bigger club, the 6th richest in the country, with Champions League football to offer again

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    2. Yes - and could very well go higher than 6th richest if we become a 'winning club'. Everything from next season will be in place. Over to you Mr Levy!

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  2. As a Spurs fan I am not impressed with you comment about him "coming to a bigger club".Everton are a good club and could surprise a few clubs this season..our club included.A bit of respect please.

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    1. Yes they are a good club, but facts are facts, he would be moving to a bigger club.

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    2. Do you know your history , big clubs pay big money , you don't see spurs doing that, you are lucky to have a good manager , lets see what the future holds , I would say we are on a par, below Chelsea ManU ManC and Liverpool

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    3. How to you class a big club? Tottenham haven't won anything in years and 3 years ago finished below Everton. A couple of good seasons and some spurs fans think they're world beaters. Spurs never really spend big and actually used the bale money very badly.

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    4. Well what news, been hashed and trashed many times, yes we know bales money was wasted - but our future is bright - we have the best manager in the prem and very soon the best stadium in the country and perhaps the world!! True fans here - win lose or draw spurs are in our hearts.

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    5. How exactly are Spurs a bigger club than Everton?.Fair enough they are a better team at the moment but Everton have won more silverware,won more top fight points than ANY other club and are moving into a 60,000 seat stadium which is practically the same as Spurs.

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    6. Spurs have won more silverware than everton. The new stadium is also a big sign to who the bigger club is. Everton are still one of the big English teams. Teams like Newcastle who haven't won anything since 1969 make me laugh.

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    7. Everton have won the first division 9 times.. Spurs twice.. More silverware?? Get your facts right.

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    8. I like Spurs, you guys should get better than Barkley. The bigger club comment show a bit of amnesia tho, just remembering the past few years. History isnt everything, but thats kinda like saying any Spurs player going to Leicester is moving to a bigger club.

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    1. I love football fans they read this entire article and the only sticking point is the most obvious. No spurs are not at a level of say real Madrid or Bayern but we have been consistently as good as anyone in England the last 5 years even if be we don't have a fax or league cup trophy which we all know poch throws his second squad into but even if we aren't the biggest in England we are certainly bigger than everton look at the magnificent project going on In North London I don't see Crystal palace building a stadium like spurs are everyone are a wonderful club but if u truly think they are bigger than spurs poll the entire uefa community and see how many would pick everton to play for over spurs it's not that close really

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  4. Bigger club ??? And your honours list includes how many top league titles ??? Get real girlie

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    1. A am real, 2nd and 3rd last 2 years, where were you, miles away again. We have been a bigger club for donkeys years. You usually finish below us as you are aware.

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    2. DONT GET INVOLVED CLIVE HE SOUNDS LIKE A GOON

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    3. Says someone in dreamland, ask anyone in football if you want to get real.

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  5. Inevitable bite from toffee still living in the 80's

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  6. Evaton is a big club as well. I don't think there will be a lot of surprises for him.
    One thing I know for sure is that he has to increase his work rate.
    Poch does not tolerate laziness.
    See what Ericksen Rose Walker, Dier, Ali, Kane, Trippier have become over these past few yrs, even Dembele.
    I see Berkeley turning into a supper star if he wants to.

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    1. he is reported to not like the effort Koeman asks of him so that would be an issue but he must be aware of what Pochettino would require at Spurs and he has seen what he has done for other England internationals. Has abilityt, down to him now, does he want it enough to do what it takes?

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    2. Hahaha you spurs fans are beyond deluded. Aston villa were massive once look what happened to them. You're no better than Leeds were in the early 2000s and look where they are now. You go down you think anyone remembers you finishing second? No. We go down we've got 9 league titles. You're the most recent dad and your bubble will burst just like the rest of them.

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    3. Delude or not, most Tottenham fans will agree that over the last 3 years, Spurs have been a bigger club than Everton however; that is not what this is about. question is, will Barkley be a better prospect at Spurs and I agree with the comments that he wants to leave Everton as he does not like the work rate requested of him and I think this demand will only get worse when Poc is running him. I don't think it is the right move but I hope I am wrong.

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    4. The world knows Spurs are bigger, it' just Everton fans who live in Liverpool's shadow who have clouded judgement, no doubt based on envy.

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  7. According to UEFA rankings - Club coefficients:
    Tottenham 22nd - Everton 62nd

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  8. Football League Champions: 1950/1951, 1960/1961
    The FA Cup Winners: 1900/1901, 1920/1921, 1960/1961, 1961/1962, 1966/1967, 1980/1981, 1981/1982, 1990/1991
    Football League Cup Winners: 1970/1971, 1972/1973, 1998/1999, 2007/2008
    European Cup-Winners Cup Winners: 1962/1963
    UEFA Cup Winners: 1971/1972, 1983/1984
    Football League Division Two Champions: 1919/1920, 1949/1950
    FA Charity Shield Winners: 1920/1921, 1951/1952, 1961/1962, 1962/1963, 1967/1968 (joint), 1981/1982 (joint), 1991/1992 (joint)

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    1. All that is long gone history. Happened ages ago. Spurs are NOW a bigger club than Everton. Hands down. No doubt about it. The new stadium alone pushes Spurs into the realm of the upper echelon but a tad behind still because of revenue. While Everton look to be improved, they have a long way to go in the modern game to catch up with Spurs.

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    2. tbh everton are on the up like spurs were a couple years ago, everton have a new stadium coming, a new owner, willing to spend money and focus on youth... sounds familiar, also you call for bigger club... like everton spurs aint won anything in a while (2008 to be precise. 2 seasons running in CL is all you have, spurs are like liverpool, get close and bottle it

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    3. That's Spurs record, you absolute mongs. You don't know your own clubs history or what?

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    4. Do any of you know the list of honours above is spurs honours. Don't believe Barkley will be coming spurs until it's announced on sky sports. Barkley is rubbish. Will never get a start for spurs. Big mistake for him if he chooses spurs.

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    5. Yes, Everton are at the start of an upward curve, they have a decent manager and we'll wait to see what effect the money spent has. I think they'll finish 7th.

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    6. In England, League titles define a club's size, not cup wins. Everton have always been bigger than Spurs and Champions League qualification does not change that. You are one of 5 clubs that achieved that this season and with your spending that is where you should be. Just got 7 to win to level up with us. Could take a while....

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    7. No they don't, are Leicester City are bigger than Everton in recent years? There are things like doubles and European trophies, wage bills, fanbase, many measures.

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  9. Spurs are a much smaller club may I please correct you. Compare honours lists, fan base, and wealth then multiply by transfer spend this preseason. Barkley's game is fundamentally flawed that's why he didn't make it at Everton and is about to make the step down to a blub with more modest expectations.

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    1. That's absolutely laughable. There are a big 6 in the modern PL. Everton is not one of them. Spurs are. Keep the delusions coming though. You are a profoundly inept dreamer.

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    2. Your correction is in fact incorrect, look at the table over the last 10 years, you've been playing in a different league generally, the best of the rest, a spot I'm expecting you to regain this season. Good luck
      Are you in the Champions League again? expectations eh!

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    3. Clive spurs will not get in champions league next seasons. Everton will be fighting spurs for the last UEFA cup spot this season. Everton were held back by the 1 dimensional Martinez. With koeman they will be a much bigger challenge this year. They have invested heavily and only time will tell if they are the right signings. You have to think if man United, man city, Chelsea or to an extent Liverpool really wanted deli allI or Harry Kane they would go in a heartbeat. That proves spurs are not in the big 6 because there is a big 5. City, United, Chelsea, Liverpool and arsenal. And that's the order the league will probably finish this year!!!

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    4. Everton are an historic club and a fantastic one at that - but to the unknown source who suggested Everton have a bigger fanbase than Spurs - that is just plainly incorrect. Until all seater stadiums came in after the Taylor Report, Tottenham were third in the all time average home gate attendances behind Man U in 1st and only just behind Liverpool in 2nd. Arsenal were 4th and Chelsea in 5th. So by all means have these debates but please do your research properly! Tottenham Hotspur have a huge embedded fanbase for all sorts of historical reasons. I've a feeling it's about to grow substantially more!

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    5. The only thing Everton have bigger than Spurs are their league Championship trophies and was decades ago. Of the original big 5 (I'm going back to the 80's: Liv, Man U, Ars, Spurs, Eve) Spurs and Everton are closest regarding where each of these clubs are today. However, there is a Large, Large gap between them with Spurs financially ahead and regarding the football on the pitch we are quite ahead. Yes, 3 years ago we finished below Everton (whilst in between managers (didn't we have caretaker Tim in Charge?)) but every other season it's lots of 5th place finishes, a couple of 4ths, 3rd and now 2nd.

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  10. It is idiots like Clive with insensitive, ill informed postings that alienate supporters of other clubs. I, like the majority of Evertonians , quite like Spurs and am glad about their recent improvement. There are certain similarities too, with loud mouthed neighbours for competition. I wish Spurs well and hope that you can find the key to "Roscoe" who has never quite lived up to his potential. I hope you manage to grow up soon Clive !

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    1. Nothing ill informed about it, will we be meeting you in the Champions League this season, nope, beyond your expectations, not ours. Look at the league table over the last 10 years, tells you all you need to know.

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    2. Spurs 11th, 8th, 4th, 5th, 4th, 5th, 6th, 5th, 3rd, 2nd.

      Everton 5th, 5th, 8th, 7th, 7th, 6th, 5th, 11th, 11th, 7th.

      To listen to you you'd think you'd been operating on a different planet, where what it shows is how quickly things can change, and how quickly fans can get arrogant. Ten years ago your 'expectation' was about 10th. Five years ago your 'expectation' was about 5th. Five years ago United's 'expectation' was to win the league.

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    3. What you have failed to factor in Clive, is that for years Everton have had virtually no money to spend on players. As you are obviously some form of myopic, navel starer, you probably haven't realised that with Moshiri at the helm, that is markedly no longer the case. New ground also on the way la.
      Good luck to Spurs, and also to yourself with your "issues".
      Keep taking the medicine.

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    4. Haven't forgotten at all, it's part of the reason they are a smaller club and FFP restricts what Moshiri can do

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    5. That is the first nervous response you have written Clive.

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    6. Just to educate you a little more Clive, as you are obviously stubborn along with your other apparent flaws. Everton are in no remote danger of breaching FFP despite the spending, but thanks for your misguided concern. You may (but probably won't) be aware of issues, such as the 75 million naming rights for the training complex, which was incidentally paid for by one of the worlds richest men's companies allegedly (not too far removed from you !!).
      Repeatedly mentioning spending / wealth etc., is somewhat vulgar, in my view, but be assured we can at least compete with you all now. I still wish Spurs the best this year, but try and grow up, "little" man. Oops - got back to the size thing.

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    7. No nerves Paul, FFP restrictions apply to players and wages as do PL rules and it isto that I was referring.

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  11. Stupid article !!! Bigger club my arse

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    1. I don't know the size of your arse and have no desire to. Facts are facts, league table doesn't lie, we have gone forwards, you haven't.

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    2. Wow how are people even commenting and how did this get published. Clive has 9 followers. Not exactly the following of the Liverpool echo is he!!! Comments are laughable. And when he is challenged he is like a spoilt kid with comments spitting his dummy out. Well I'm right!!!! Funny as f***

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    3. Sorry James, but I have readers in 197 countries and over 650,000 readers a month, over 20m all time readers

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  12. Problem with Tottenham and the big club thing is that despite the London media spin - they don't have the history to support the label . Good club , good side but bit not the real deal . Everton quite similar really but don't think that's why Ross is leaving . Strained relationship with manager , overly expectant crowd on his back and people punching him / threatening him probably the issues

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    1. Ross is very easily influenced mate. I would not be shocked if Roms behaviour has not got inside his head. As for being punched well, no-one deserves that but, you need to understand his bighead behaviour also...

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    1. Don't post from that anti-Spurs website on this Spurs supporting one thanks

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  14. Fan base �� that scouse humour. Youd have won european cup were it not for liverpool eh kidda?

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  15. I'm a staunch Everton fan who, on the face of it, deals in reality. Spurs are way ahead of us currently. Bigger etc. is not a debate as that is for flare wearing arseholes personally. I just look forward to challenging them on the field of play like we used to. Oh, and long may it bloody continue!

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    1. Nice to hear from you Paul, all the best for the coming season, one spot below us will be fine thanks. LOL All the best.

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    2. One place above both Manchester clubs will do for me thanks Clive. Good luck in the CL and keep the English end up please!

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    3. I'm sure we'll do better than last season, picked the wrong sides in Europe, Barkley will help the depth of the squad if he buys into the Poch way.

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  16. I'm a Spurs fan, but Everton are one of the truly great English clubs, with far more success in the biggest domestic trophy (the league championship of course) than Spurs - four titles since our last success - while Heysel robbed them of probable European Cup success - they were the best team in Europe in 1985, but the European ban following Liverpool's yobbery in Brussels prevented them from achieving what they could have, and the cl;ub's never really recovered. As for Barkley, he looks like a scumbag, and probably is one, but so was Rooney, and he hasn't had a bad career - worth a punt at £20-odd million, but not £50 mil.

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    1. What we have done domestically is all history mate. I want us to start making history again as do Spurs I am 50 and I've not seen Spurs lift the title but, today they ARE bigger than us, FACT! It is just how it works given the recent success you have had. Jesus, the last time we won the league I was wearing Sergio Tacchini jumpers and I hear they're on the way back ffs!

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  17. Is arsene wenger a big club? He has more league titles than Spurs

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  18. Wasn't this the same source that said we'd signed Ryan Sessegnon? Not a peep from anyone else. Not a fan of his as doesn't know what to do with the ball and his team mates don't know what he is doing either. Rather take Sigurdson back

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  19. Everton are a big club, irrelevant arguing who is bigger. What is relevant is Everton have gone mad in the transfer market but are still weaker than last season, Coleman, Barkley and Lukaku will leave irreplaceable holes. Coleman will return, but may not be the same player again.

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    1. All our best moves ended with Barkley last season. Ended as in losing the ball or passing it backwards. At the right price Spurs can have him, and he is a million miles from irreplaceable.

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    2. Don't know what you are seeing in Barkley mate but, hopefully (fingers crossed) you soon will...

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  20. Everton are a big club, irrelevant arguing who is bigger. What is relevant is Everton have gone mad in the transfer market but are still weaker than last season, Coleman, Barkley and Lukaku will leave irreplaceable holes. Coleman will return, but may not be the same player again.

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    1. If you remove all of Lukaku's goals from last season we would have remained in 7th with 2 pts less. 9 of his goal were as follows: 4 v B'mouth, 3 v S'land, 2 v Watford. Go on Chuckles your turn?

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  21. What constitutes a bigger club? Recent success-if so Leicester are bigger than Spurs! Historical success-then Everton bigger. Net spend-then Spurs are bigger. Spurs have done well in the last two years but I can't see them competing with the really big four spenders this year.

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  22. Well, I for one, based on the logic in the comments am thrilled to highlight just how much bigger Arsenal are than Spurs.

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    1. And that is why you are a failing empire because you tolerate it.

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  23. I'm a bluenose...Its a gamble with Ross,but a gamble worth taking...Fantastic potential but think he struggled with the tag of "the local lad" at Everton and seems to have reached a level that maybe a change of club will bring him on.......Personally I think he will struggle at Spurs and will have to hit the ground running if he is to make any sort of impression.....Good luck tho Ross....Siggy from Swansea tho will be a superb replacement.....All the best for the season to all you spurs fans...

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    1. He's stagnated I think, should have left for United a couple of years back in my view, missed a trick. If he joins, as I'm sure he will, hopefully we'll improve him.

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  24. What a load of bollocks.
    Tottenham big club ��!!
    £17million ����

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    1. Or clever club? Before you point and shoot, I'm a blue...

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  25. Sorry mate your talking shite. Spurs are not bigger than Everton. Both are probably of the same stature. Granted Spurs have bought well and players have jelled over the last 5 years. If you want to go down the route of bigger Everton are the 4th most successful club in Britain.

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    1. And I thought football only started 25 years ago with the advent of Sky... You're right but....

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    2. Just the one European trophy is it? Everton 25 trophies Spurs 26 trophies

      Everton
      First Division:
      Champions (9): 1890–91, 1914–15, 1927–28, 1931–32, 1938–39, 1962–63, 1969–70, 1984–85, 1986–87
      Second Division:
      Winners (1): 1930–31
      FA Cup:
      Winners (5): 1905–06, 1932–33, 1965–66, 1983–84, 1994–95
      Football League Cup:
      Runners-up (2): 1976–77, 1983–84
      FA Charity Shield:
      Winners (9): 1928, 1932, 1963, 1970, 1984, 1985, 1986 (shared), 1987, 1995
      European Cup Winners' Cup:
      Winners: (1): 1984–85

      SPURS
      Domestic
      League competitions

      First Division/Premier League:[65][66][67]
      Winners (2): 1950–51, 1960–61
      Second Division/Championship:[66]
      Winners (2): 1919–20, 1949–50
      Cup competitions

      FA Cup:[5][68]
      Winners (8): 1900–01, 1920–21, 1960–61, 1961–62, 1966–67, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1990–91
      League Cup:[69]
      Winners (4): 1970–71, 1972–73, 1998–99, 2007–08
      FA Charity Shield/FA Community Shield:[70]
      Winners (7): 1921, 1951, 1961, 1962, 1967*, 1981*, 1991* (*shared)
      European
      UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:[71]
      Winners (1): 1962–63
      UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League:[72]
      Winners (2): 1971–72, 1983–84

      You can add the central league, we can add London and Southern leagues.

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    3. I think the 9 top flight titles versus 2 I believe? wins that argument Clive. Marathon v sprint sunshine, marathon v sprint in the sign of true champions...

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    4. Clive - simply gobsmacked mate.
      Are you seriously including (as trophies) runners up in the League Cup mate. Since when is that a trophy ! The Charity Shield etc., - get a grip mate again.
      You also think it noteworthy to note when you win promotion via winning lower divisions as a badge of honour.
      A simple google search will tell you how often Everton have been out of the top Division of English football since being the founder members.
      Can you please enlighten me if you did win the top Division title as you claim in 1890 -91.
      Can you please also tell me what Winners (2) means in some of your claims.
      Please link back tour earlier responses in this thread for all to see.
      Despite you being "one" of the highest order, I wish all Spurs fans, and the club a great season ( despite us both being close rivals again). Don't like your noisy neighbours !

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    5. Ignore everything that doesn't suit your argument Paul, comical. Just ask anyone outside Liverpool, you'll get your answer.

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    6. Clive - I am still waiting for you to answer the questions that I have raised above.
      I am sure that all your followers worldwide will also be waiting with baited breath for your pontifications likewise, lol.
      Please enlighten us all la.

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  26. Spurs fans I cannot believe you honesty think you are bigger than Everton ... you have had better league positions over the last few years and that's it, because you are a London team you get more press,from when football started we have always been one of the top clubs with regards to trophies, crowds,history only since the premier league have we dipped in terms of performance but how many have really done well, only a few have won the premier league Spurso have had a great few seasons and should have won the league 2 seasons ago- let's hope we can both go on to challenge the so called top team Chelsea

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    1. We don't think we are bigger, we know we are as does the rest of the football world. This isn't the 80's anymore, the football landscape has changed.

      Huddersfield, Blackpool, Preston, Wolves, all big clubs previously, just as times have changed for them so they have changed for others.

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  27. good season to come COYS

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  28. Yay... we are much bigger than Everton
    Deep down you all know it... why is that so hard to swallow???����

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  29. When does a clubs history not be taken into account ? Do we ignore the history of Liverpool because they havent won league for decades? Do Man United not count because of their not winning League in last few seasons? Trophies, no matter when they were won are part of the the Club. Money and wealth isn't . On that basis Everton are a far greater club than Spurs . What team that hasn't won the title since 1961 regard itself as a big club?Spurs are about as successful as Newcastle . Apart from Evertons ban from Europe at a very important time in their history, they also lost out in silverware after winning the League the season prior to two World Wars!

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    1. Size isn't fixed, it fluctuates from Preston and Blackpool to Liverpool, to Man U. Times change and in the current climate Spurs are a bigger club than Everton, that is what the football public outside Liverpool believe, as it is pretty obvious.

      Which team has won a double, which team has won more European trophies? Statistics can tell you anything you want.

      Ask fans around the country, you'll get only one answer and it won't be Everton.

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  30. If the author of this piece thinks Spurs will get Ross for twenty million , its time to close down the site . How can it possibly be taken seriously? Walker to City for £50 million and you think you can get a young English player for peanuts! I will be back to laugh at you...

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    1. I'd take 11 Trackies and 4 Stella Black for Ross!

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    2. Yeah, but walker had 5 years still to go on his contract that he only signed 10 months ago, Barkley is entering his last year. I personally don't rate or want him. Regardless of how silly today's transfer rates are, £17m is too much

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    3. Contract length had a huge bearing on transfer fees, he's free next summer. If he had 5 years on his contract he'd be maximum value, but he doesn't.

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  31. Is Clive really a 10 year old kid just using his dads photo?

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    1. No he's a qualified coach who clearly understands the modern game and isn't living in the past.

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    2. Correction. Is Clive really a 6 year old using his grandads photo? You could do with taking your mental age out of the schoolyard Clive. You're supposed to grow out of this..

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  32. Everton, coulda, woulda, shoulda...

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  33. How many players seriously look at the history of clubs? A club is only as big as they are today. Not there past. If we're talking past Aston Villa are bigger than spurs and Everton. How many Tottenham or Everton players are going to want a move to Aston Villa? Tottenham Are the bigger club today. Everton are strengthening well but we all know too well buying a team doesn't work over night they need to gel. And let's be honest, even when that team gels it's not a team that's going to challenge for the league.

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    1. NONE. Newcastle area traditional big club, Huddersfield are, Wolves are, Blackpool are, Preston are, times change. You either bury your head in the sand or you go with it.

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  34. Football arguments are great are they not. History means everything when you havent won a title for a while. The league position is so important when you have no league titles for 50 years. Even the size of the ground becomes phallic and thown in to measure. I'm sure the quality of the pies will decide the outcome like a penanlty shoot out.
    The truth is Spurs have been a glamour club for decades, which is usually a euphemism for underacheivers. However this may well be the best Spurs team since 1962 but they still need silverware before the bragging starts. Only champions can call themselves the best team in the land Spurs have not acheived this in most peoples lifetime. These two great clubs are both going in the right direction and may well eventually get there and push the purely monetary upstarts back to their pre Abramovic and Arab oil days.

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    1. They have somewhat spoiled football along with the Platini no tackling rules!

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  35. 17 million ha ha ha double it and you may be near. As for a bigger club we are about the same size you arrogant so in so, you currently have a better team that's the only difference.

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  36. In the last 20 years Spurs have been ahead of Evertom more often than not, but Everton have won the FA Cup more recently and have won the league several times since Spurs last won the league. I probably would say Everton are at teh sanme level as Spurs. There will be a big 7 this season, I am pretty sure, so lets not insult other clubs, just worry about what we do. COYS!

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  37. People without work engaged in stupid discussions

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  38. Clive-you give your club a bad name as nobody can take you seriously. League cup runners up. Really? When did you last win the real title? Arse supporters will be pissing themselves.

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    1. No I don't, sorry you can't handle the truth, conduct a poll of other club fans and you'll find out.

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  39. In England, League titles define the history and size of a club. Not cups and charity shields (embarrassing) Champions League qualification or a new stadium. Spurs just need 7 more to level up with the mighty Ev. Could take a while...

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    1. Actually that's merely your opinion, not a fact. There are many factors that define the size of a club in today's game but there are no hard and fast 'rules'.

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  40. Everton is the biggest football club in the world because I'm an Evertonian. Biggest club in the world to me.

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  41. The term Big Club means absolutely f* all. Sheffield Wednesday Leeds and Villa are big clubs. Chelsea were a tiny club until Abromovich, it's just a banter statement. Fact is Everton have always been one of the country's establishment clubs and so have Spurs. Move on guys. Next up; what constitutes a 'Selling Club' Arsenal for selling RVP or Man Utd for selling Ronaldo?

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  42. The term Big Club means absolutely f* all. Sheffield Wednesday Leeds and Villa are big clubs. Chelsea were a tiny club until Abromovich, it's just a banter statement. Fact is Everton have always been one of the country's establishment clubs and so have Spurs. Move on guys. Next up; what constitutes a 'Selling Club' Arsenal for selling RVP or Man Utd for selling Ronaldo?

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  43. No Clive. We will not be meeting you in the champions league this season. But you could well be meeting us in the Europa league this season.

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  44. No Clive. We will not be meeting you in the champions league this season. But you could well be meeting us in the Europa league this season.

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  45. I hate to sink this low but you are a bit of a knob Clive

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  46. Bigger smaller who really gives a shit the bottom line is the player doesnt want to stay at Everton and Spurs are interested in buying him. What I cannot understand is why whenever Spurs are involved in a transfer it turns into a game of cat and mouse. Either buy him or dont but it's the same for everybody Spurs are apparently interested in. Never can they just buy a player except of course the usuless Sussoko no arguments no drama we just bought him at the last minute to piss Everton off and maybe now that's why we have the drama

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  47. Sadly poor old Clive may have gone into hibernation as I guess he realises that he has little support from the average fan. A silly little tactless man, with no facts to back his arguments.
    League cup runners up, Charity Shield. Really. Lol. !!

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    1. I think Clive is still seething that they hijacked our Sissoko swoop last year, certainly dodged a bullet there.I like Spurs and they have been a welcome change to the sky darlings, but bigger club, have a word with yourself. Ross being targeted by the boo boys, his punchup in Liverpool is the reason Ross is looking elsewhere, if Utd or Chelsea come knocking you can kiss goodbye to Ross, Levey is playing a dangerous game trying to pay peanuts, I would say a fair valuation would be around the £30-£35 Million mark in today's inflated priced.

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  48. Clive you harp on about Everton in the Eighties and fan base, was you out of the country in 1995, when Klinsman and your flamboyant Spurs got a footballing lesson in a 4-1 spanking in the semi final at Elland Road, where your supporters where surrounded by three parts of the ground with Evertonians, fear not though Clive soon be 2021 when you can get excited by the year ending in one, to all other Spurs fans good luck next season.

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