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    Not too sure where to post this one but Levy has withdrawn all 5 Spurs U19 players from the Euros next month .

    Spurs keep young guns on sidelines

    By Sam Wallace

    Monday 5 July 2010







    Tottenham Hotspur have withdrawn four players from the England under-19s squad to play the European championships next month, prompting fears that clubs are not taking seriously the need for youngsters to gain experience of international football.

    With a new scrutiny being applied to English football's youth programme in light of this summer's disappointingly early World Cup finals exit, Spurs claim that Stephen Caulker, Ryan Mason, Dean Parrett and Andros Townsend would not benefit from playing a tournament without the benefit of a pre-season training programme. The club have written to the Football Association to explain their decision.
    Meanwhile, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is reportedly trying to arrange three separate shirt sponsorship deals for the coming season. Spurs hope that by striking deals with different sponsors for the Champions League, Premier League and domestic cups the club will maximise annual revenues at close to their target of 10m.


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    Just seen harry on Sky Sports say that he has spoken to Daniel and the players have been sent to the training camp....

    (on a side note, where is John Bostock?)

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    We had most players in England squad and now we have most in U19 squad. Here is list

    Declan Rudd (Norwich City), James Severn (Derby County); Nathan Baker (Aston Villa), Stephen Caulker (Tottenham), Matthew Briggs (Fulham), Reece Brown (Manchester United), Nathaniel Clyne (Crystal Palace), Thomas Cruise (Arsenal), Josh Thompson (Celtic); John Bostock, Dean Parrett, Andros Townsend (all Tottenham), Matthew James (Manchester United), Jacob Mellis (Chelsea), Matthew Phillips (Wycombe); Nathan Delfouneso (Aston Villa), Ryan Donaldson (Newcastle United), Frank Nouble (West Ham).

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    If the incredible happens we may see an England-Croatia semi! Croatia has some very good young players and Dinamo, like Tottenham, has the most.
    Caaan anyone say - Vrsaljko, Kramarić, Tićinović, Komorski and Ozobić for Tottenham?
    Just laying some groundwork...

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandgramparabbi View Post
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    If the incredible happens we may see an England-Croatia semi! Croatia has some very good young players and Dinamo, like Tottenham, has the most.
    Caaan anyone say - Vrsaljko, Kramarić, Tićinović, Komorski and Ozobić for Tottenham?
    Just laying some groundwork...

    I'll have a go ....

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    Kramm-ah-rich
    Tich-in-oh-vich
    Komm-or-skee
    Ozz-oh-beech

    How did I do ?

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    Would be nice to see the four lads in the senior team in four years time.

    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev John Ripsher View Post
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    I'll have a go ....

    Versa-like-oh
    Kramm-ah-rich
    Tich-in-oh-vich
    Komm-or-skee
    Ozz-oh-beech

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    Very nice. They're all supposed to be very good and already in the first team at their respective clubs. Hopefully they all become awesome players. Goes for the Tottenham lads, too.

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    Rev John Ripsher (07-07-2010)

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