Are Spurs and Liverpool title contenders? And who is the most exciting young English player...


Ally Rudd, Gregor Robertson and James Restall join Tom Clarke on Mondays edition of The Game.

After reflecting on another one-sided Manchester derby they move on to who can win the title. Spurs fans are dreaming, and Ange is happy they are…but can it last. And what of Liverpool, three off the top, getting better and with players returning to form.

After the break a quick look at Calvert Lewin’s form and finally who is the most exciting ever young English player? Gazza, Rooney, Owen, Bellingham?

 

Timeline:

Manchester derby

2’ Man Utd had average plan A, no plan B.

6’ Mason Mount only had 14 touches. No balance in midfield.

9’ Who is at fault, poor signings, signings not performing, or a club with a poor culture.

12’ no identity, and doesn’t have the players to create the identity Ten Hag wants.

17’ Will Haaland win the Ballon’ D’or. Or is it Mesi all the way

Can they win the league…

20’ Can Spurs win the title? They’re adaptable, tough, confident and no longer flakey. Big strong team.  In short, it’s not impossible.

24’ They believe they can win it. That’s half the battle. Son been amazing.

28’ outstanding centre halves, decent squad depth.

32’ The coaching improvement is impressive.

Liverpool Forest

36’ City’s biggest challengers. Very creative midfield, not as reliant on fullbacks.

38’ very good signings. Dominik Szoboszlai could be a special player. Firs the club very well.

44’ Forest had a tough start, individual mistakes, but Cooper probably happy…for now.

44’ Got a good structure, hard to breakdown. A platform to build from.

Everton and Calvert Lewin

46’ Is he in the fight to be Kane’s understudy?

48’ great goal, good for Dyche.

49’ Ally met Kenwright.

Best ever young English young player

55’ Gregor played against Rooney, a shuddering experience. Bellingham will have impact but not the same shocking impact. Others…Owen, Walcott, Gazza.

59’ With Kane and Bellingham, can England win the euro’s… 


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