Jesus loves you, but what about Kane?
Yes, Jesus could be a possibility (that is coming to Spurs), remember that he turned water into wine and saved prostitutes and tried to… sorry (wrong one!)… oh, please forgive me… oh, no… I got the names muddled up… it should be Gabriel Jesus I am talking about, not Mary and Joseph’s son. But a simple mistake. One scores the other saves.
Our club is interested in City’s striker Gabriel Jesus, well, that is according to the Daily Star on Sunday (and a very reputable paper it is… remember Buses on the moon & World War Two bomber found on the moon (also) etc.? if you want the truth, you know where to go).
The report claims that our interest in Jesus could increase the possibility of an exit for Harry Kane. That is, if City were prepared to offer the £70 million-rated Jesus together with a cash amount of a similar value. A bit of divine intervention might be needed here… Jesus… yes, you… can you help?
It is said (by whispers in certain peoples ears) that Pep Guardiola’s side could decide to offer Nathan Ake as a makeweight, with the 26-year-old having only moved to the Etihad from Bournemouth for £40million last summer (source; BBC). However, with the talk of Pochettino coming back, things might get complicated for Kane, Levy and City. How? Well, Poch might demand that he will only come back if Kane stays, but if Kane doesn’t want to stay… then what? As I said, it could get complicated… which Levy has only himself to blame for continually disappearing up his own planet Uranus and talking to his inner Oracle.
Sky Sports and the BBC continue to report that Kane had restated his longing to leave this summer and wanted his future resolved before the European Championships. It is all getting higgledy-piggledy; just imagine what it is like for us supporters sitting on the sideline looking at – what looks like – all the ducks quacking around, not knowing what is what or where is where?
Back to City (yes, the same City that lost out to the Russians in the European Champions League Final… we can sympathise with them as we’ve been there, done that and bought the T-shirt, at least I did) and them also saying bye, bye to Sergio Aguero following last night’s final (Saturday). Now, all City and Spurs have to do is complete the circle… and I am sure that the Daily star will be happy bunnies… at least they can report something closer to earth!
I must admit that I am stretching your indulgence with this piece, but we are in the funny season. Anyway, what do you think: Jesus or not? And we’ll break some bread and have some wine together over your answers!
All the best, Glenn
My name is Glenn Renshaw.
I am currently a Premium Season Ticket holder (West Stand) in the new stadium. Before that – at White Hart Lane – a season ticket holder in various parts of the ground (mainly in the North stand).
Before becoming a season ticket holder, I stood on the shelf and various other parts of the ground since the 1960s (the season of the double). In 1987 I became one of the first to hold a Spurs Membership card. I was also a life long member of the Spurs supporters club (now defunct).
I go to all home, away and abroad matches.
I was born in 1955, Edgware, London. I currently live in Berkshire.
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