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Know Nothing
Post #46
Monday January 11, 2016 11:35pm

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Match ended Tottenham 4 Chelsea 5. CCV played the full 90 for Spurs and Kyle Scott was not named in the Blues squad.

Stuck at work so no other comments...I'll leave that to those who actually watched the match.

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Post #47
Thursday March 10, 2016 7:03pm

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CCV on the bench today for Spurs' Europa tie against Dortmund. Would've been cool to see Puli also out there, but very cool nonetheless to see CCV making the bench for a European match like this. Although clearly Pochettino is putting the priority on EPL matches with his lineup.
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Post #48
Friday July 29, 2016 5:15pm

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CCV started and went 90 in Spurs ICC match vs Atletico today. Seems he did ok at center back.

MSantoine
Post #49
Friday July 29, 2016 7:59pm

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Id love to see CCV get loaned out to a Championship side this year. Maybe Watford or Birmingham. League One is probably a possiblity but will hope for Championship.

Dele Alli was a 19 year old they bought from League One and loaned back to League One and then the next season as a 20 yr old jumped right into the lineup and hasnt looked back. Maybe CCV can do something similar. Maybe he replaces Dier next season if Dier looks to move on to one of the elite clubs

MSantoine
Post #50
Saturday July 30, 2016 1:11pm

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Poch has said that Spurs will not be bringing in any more cbs and it sounds like either ccv, ball, or walkers will be the 4th CB on the team. Ccv played the most in the icc so maybe he has the advantage. I thought he'd get loaned out but if he can be the Spurs #4 CB then he'll get some good games with the two cups, ucl/Europa games and the odd epl game.

USAGunner
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Post #51
Monday August 1, 2016 7:04pm

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CCV being the 4th CB is a BIG sign at his age. He'll get a few games in the 2 cup competitions and maybe some UCL matches as well as a few appearances in the EPL. If he can get maybe 10-15 matches with Tottenham this year. That's an 18 year old CB. That is very impressive.
He keeps improving like that. There is little reason that he won't be starting in the EPL by the age of 21. Even if it's not with Tottenham.
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goods
Post #52
Monday August 1, 2016 9:58pm

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CP tie in Sept.

MSantoine
Post #53
Tuesday August 2, 2016 1:55am

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No need to cap tie. He hasn't shown any indication he would leave us setup. It can wait until next February or March.

goods
Post #54
Tuesday August 2, 2016 3:33pm

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We should be qualified after the first game, as long as T&T does not have a mental far against Guatemala like we did. So why not have him come in as a sub at the end of the game. Offer him to take the distraction away so he can focus on his club. You know England will be calling soon, especially if at 18 he gets starts in Cup games and shows well.

MSantoine
Post #55
Tuesday August 2, 2016 4:00pm

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Original post from goods

We should be qualified after the first game, as long as T&T does not have a mental far against Guatemala like we did. So why not have him come in as a sub at the end of the game. Offer him to take the distraction away so he can focus on his club. You know England will be calling soon, especially if at 18 he gets starts in Cup games and shows well.


He'd be at least 3 years away from getting a call from England. They have Cahill, Stones, Jones, Smalling, all already part of the senior team, and only Cahill over 26. Throw in Chambers & Holding (both young CBs, CDMs with Arsenal) and they'll likely be set for awhile.

Could CCV be better than most/all of them? I think he could. But England isnt going to start calling in a 18 year old squad player/reserve for Spurs over some 21/22 year old starters for Arsenal.

USAGunner
West Palm Beach
Post #56
Tuesday August 2, 2016 5:17pm

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Original post from MSantoine

He'd be at least 3 years away from getting a call from England. They have Cahill, Stones, Jones, Smalling, all already part of the senior team, and only Cahill over 26. Throw in Chambers & Holding (both young CBs, CDMs with Arsenal) and they'll likely be set for awhile.

Could CCV be better than most/all of them? I think he could. But England isnt going to start calling in a 18 year old squad player/reserve for Spurs over some 21/22 year old starters for Arsenal.


Not on a regular basis. No. But Holding and Chambers aren't going anywhere and/or playing for anyone else. So if Allardyce has ANY foresight at all he will call CCV in at least once and cap tie him. After that he won't call him in for a few years, no doubt. But to cap tie him. Absolutely he would.

USA does need to beat him to the punch.
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MSantoine
Post #57
Tuesday August 2, 2016 5:37pm

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Original post from USAGunner

Not on a regular basis. No. But Holding and Chambers aren't going anywhere and/or playing for anyone else. So if Allardyce has ANY foresight at all he will call CCV in at least once and cap tie him. After that he won't call him in for a few years, no doubt. But to cap tie him. Absolutely he would.

USA does need to beat him to the punch.


Totally disagree. England never cap ties guys just to cap tie them. Just look at the Euros. They had 4 official matches that were meaningless because they already had clinched. They could have brought in numerous random players but they stuck with guys already in their set up. England is constantly at risk of losing dual nationals to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland never mind USA.

Now if the England U21 coach came calling then Id get nervous but no chance Allardyce brings him in until then.

Know Nothing
Post #58
Tuesday August 2, 2016 7:28pm

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Original post from MSantoine

He'd be at least 3 years away from getting a call from England. They have Cahill, Stones, Jones, Smalling, all already part of the senior team, and only Cahill over 26. Throw in Chambers & Holding (both young CBs, CDMs with Arsenal) and they'll likely be set for awhile.

Could CCV be better than most/all of them? I think he could. But England isnt going to start calling in a 18 year old squad player/reserve for Spurs over some 21/22 year old starters for Arsenal.


I doubt that would happen too. In fact, I wonder if CCV would be a starter for the England U-19's? There are some talented 18 year olds in that bunch.

I would have no problem with him being added to the roster for the next WCQ (Grenadines) and getting a few mop up minutes if we are comfortably ahead just so he can concentrate on his club form.

goods
Post #59
Tuesday August 2, 2016 8:06pm

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Original post from MSantoine

Totally disagree. England never cap ties guys just to cap tie them. Just look at the Euros. They had 4 official matches that were meaningless because they already had clinched. They could have brought in numerous random players but they stuck with guys already in their set up. England is constantly at risk of losing dual nationals to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland never mind USA.

Now if the England U21 coach came calling then Id get nervous but no chance Allardyce brings him in until then.


And that coach got fired. Granted not for not cap tieing kids, but there will be a new regime, that may want to keep an up and coming kid like him.

TheTruth
Post #60
Tuesday August 2, 2016 9:05pm

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Oh for fuck's sake. We don't even have to think about cap tying him until/unless England U21s call him in.

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