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TOTTENHAM have sounded out Mark Hughes about replacing Juande Ramos as boss.Spurs officials contacted Sparky’s advisors yesterday to offer him the job hours before Manchester City’s UEFA Cup tie with Omonia Nicosia.They slapped a £20million, five-year deal on the table and would love the Eastlands chief to take over during next week’s international break.Spurs chairman Daniel Levy decided to act after concluding Spaniard Ramos is now a lame-duck manager.Only slack finishing from Polish minnows Wisla Krakow and an own goal kept struggling Spurs in the UEFA Cup yesterday.Levy is a long-term admirer of Hughes, 44, and came close to offering him the White Hart Lane job last year after axing Martin Jol.Hughes earns around £2.5m a year at City after moving from Blackburn during the summer.But he has unlimited funds to splash in the transfer market following the club’s takeover by Abu Dhabi businessmen.The way City outbid Chelsea to land Brazilian hitman Robinho for £32.5m from Real Madrid proved their amazing new transfer muscle.New City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan will be determined to hang on to Hughes — even though they have demanded he wins them the Champions League by 2011.Sheikh Mansour has said: “We want to make it clear that Mark Hughes is absolutely integral to our plans."We are lucky to have someone who we believe is the best young British manager — someone who has been successful on the global stage, the Premier League and of course as a player.”Since winning the Carling Cup last season Spurs have been on a dismal downward spiral — and Levy is desperate to put things right.The club have a worse league record than Derby had at the equivalent stage last season.Pundits have also questioned Ramos’ buys, with most agreeing he has wasted the majority of the £81m he has spent.Spurs remain rooted to the foot of the Premier League table with just two points from six matches.And fans chanted ‘You don’t know what you’re doing’ at Ramos when he took off striker Roman Pavlyuchenko in the 2-0 defeat to Portsmouth at Fratton Park last Sunday.Former Seville coach Ramos, 54, signed a four-year contract at Spurs last October.His side play Hull at White Hart Lane on Sunday in what could be his last game in charge. ===================all week they been slewiing spurstoday 2/3 pages dedicated to slewing them mainly ramoswhilst moyes dont get a mention and harry gets sucked off for a similar result

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New City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan will be determined to hang on to Hughes — even though they have demanded he wins them the Champions League by 2011.
What an idiot.

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LOLRamos won them their first cup since I can rememberstill in carling cupstill in UEFA cuponly 6 games into the premiership......why are they stressinghard to say this as a gooner but spurs season is far from over

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New City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan will be determined to hang on to Hughes — even though they have demanded he wins them the Champions League by 2011.
What an idiot.
lol champs league u no

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The Club largely refrains from making statements of this nature unless absolutely necessary in order to set the record straight in light of wholly inaccurate reporting.An article on the back page of this morning's Sun newspaper reports that the Club has made an offer to Mark Hughes to take over as manager during the forthcoming international break.This story is completely untrue and without foundation and the matter is being discussed with the publication.
http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/news/artic...ment031008.html

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Reminds me alot of this...

Meanwhile, a Spurs spokesman said: "We are not in negotiations with anybody to replace Martin Jol. We are an ambitious club and we fully expect speculation to arise after a couple of bad results."
Tottenham have today given further backing to manager Martin Jol by insisting they have not approached anyone else to take over the White Hart Lane helm.A statement on the official club website maintains there has been no move to replace the popular Dutchman as Spurs boss.Tottenham have been deluged by letters and emails from fans backing the manager and demanding to know what is happening at a club which has been relatively successful in the past two seasons.The Spurs statement reads: "The Club wishes to thank all those fans who wrote to the board, the manager and the club with their views and support."To further clarify the situation - the club wishes to make it clear and unequivocal that no individual was or has been offered the position of manager/coach at this club whilst that position has been held by Martin Jol. It is wholly inaccurate and inappropriate to suggest otherwise."Spurs last night issued a joint statement in which chairman Daniel Levy insisted that the aim for this season is to break into the Champions League by finishing in the top four.Jol accepted that was a realistic target and reiterated that he is the man to take Spurs forward into a bright new era.

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Reminds me alot of this...
Meanwhile, a Spurs spokesman said: "We are not in negotiations with anybody to replace Martin Jol. We are an ambitious club and we fully expect speculation to arise after a couple of bad results."
Tottenham have today given further backing to manager Martin Jol by insisting they have not approached anyone else to take over the White Hart Lane helm.A statement on the official club website maintains there has been no move to replace the popular Dutchman as Spurs boss.Tottenham have been deluged by letters and emails from fans backing the manager and demanding to know what is happening at a club which has been relatively successful in the past two seasons.The Spurs statement reads: "The Club wishes to thank all those fans who wrote to the board, the manager and the club with their views and support."To further clarify the situation - the club wishes to make it clear and unequivocal that no individual was or has been offered the position of manager/coach at this club whilst that position has been held by Martin Jol. It is wholly inaccurate and inappropriate to suggest otherwise."Spurs last night issued a joint statement in which chairman Daniel Levy insisted that the aim for this season is to break into the Champions League by finishing in the top four.Jol accepted that was a realistic target and reiterated that he is the man to take Spurs forward into a bright new era.
lol they did Jol dirty, forgot how dirty it was.

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If its true, Mark should listen. Cos Mark will be 1st to get botted from Many City.Think a billionaire wants Mark Hughes, Frank Rijkaard to be Man City boss

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Reminds me alot of this...
Meanwhile, a Spurs spokesman said: "We are not in negotiations with anybody to replace Martin Jol. We are an ambitious club and we fully expect speculation to arise after a couple of bad results."
Tottenham have today given further backing to manager Martin Jol by insisting they have not approached anyone else to take over the White Hart Lane helm.A statement on the official club website maintains there has been no move to replace the popular Dutchman as Spurs boss.Tottenham have been deluged by letters and emails from fans backing the manager and demanding to know what is happening at a club which has been relatively successful in the past two seasons.The Spurs statement reads: "The Club wishes to thank all those fans who wrote to the board, the manager and the club with their views and support."To further clarify the situation - the club wishes to make it clear and unequivocal that no individual was or has been offered the position of manager/coach at this club whilst that position has been held by Martin Jol. It is wholly inaccurate and inappropriate to suggest otherwise."Spurs last night issued a joint statement in which chairman Daniel Levy insisted that the aim for this season is to break into the Champions League by finishing in the top four.Jol accepted that was a realistic target and reiterated that he is the man to take Spurs forward into a bright new era.
lol they did Jol dirty, forgot how dirty it was.
Alie, thats that true skankflex. Hope Jol gets the opportunity to dead them off one day

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LOLRamos won them their first cup since I can rememberstill in carling cupstill in UEFA cuponly 6 games into the premiership......why are they stressinghard to say this as a gooner but spurs season is far from over
Cou/sin most of what you said except the stressing part. I think its purely to do with expectations. Spurs shouldn't be in the position especially with the players they have.

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took the piss :lol:Tottanic"DAMIEN COMOLLI is set to pay the price for Tottenham’s worst start since 1912 — the year the Titanic sank".TERRY_682x400_608214a.jpg

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