LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 13: Luka Modric of Tottenham Hotspur looks on during the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham at White Hart Lane on May 13, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)
Happy Thursday, Spursland! Do you sometimes find yourself pining for a time when all of the news of the day was all about one player desperately trying to force a transfer away? You know, like every day from last summer? If you said yes then you are in luck because it appears as if that is what this summer is going to be like. Unfortunately nobody would ever say yes to that question. Oh, the joy.
Interesting, see back in February Modric said that he would decide once it was clear what Redknapp's situation was. Now, it is essentially settled that Harry is staying the finish line has been moved to post-Euro. Let us not be fooled by this cuddly (Editor's note: He's SO cuddly) pass-master. He wants out.
I cannot stress enough how much it raises my hopes that we keep the little trouble maker (for opposing defenses and Dan Levy) that Chelsea supporters, informed supporters, are not as high on the signing as the once were.
What's happening outside the world of Luka Modric after the jump
It's as if the supporters were trying to step things up for the filming of a new season of Football Factories: International.
Read this article once then go back and reread it and every time you see the word "Chelsea," replace it with "Tottenham." And every time you see the name "Roman Abramovich" replace it with "Dan Levy." Yeah, I just blew your mind.
The basic premise, lets take all of our players that never get any time, then guess where that team would finish in the EPL.