The Fiver | One last look at the 10,000 unlucky Spurs supporters?


Early on, when he rose every morning before urging his Shameful Twitter followers on Social Media to "hack the day", Gary Neville is currently bringing so much activity into his life that The Fiver can't help but wonder if he has ever lowered his head on a pillow at all. A man with more pies than the one tasked with testing the pie covers in Pukka, Neville plays multiple roles as an expert, property magnate, hotelier, hands-on football club co-owner, and general trying to save the game. From the greedy, manipulative billionaires he wants out of the British game… unless he owns a stake in Salford City or the overpriced sports subscription service he regularly appears on.

But as busy as he was, Neville was unfulfilled and decided to dive into the lucrative chat industry. And right after his intriguing and often poignant interview with his former boss, Lord Ferg, he posted a warm, five-minute tasting of his good walk with Tottenham striker Harry Kane, last seen when he held out his hand, steamy and sad. Lucky backers paying up to £1,000 are a head for the privilege of booing him and his teammates after losing to 60 Aston Villas.

In an interview with Kane, co-published with Neville's new YouTube channel The Overlap, Parky of the Snaptok's generational stride highlights. On a turf course, golf clubs in hand, they discuss Kane's hopes, dreams, and ambitions. “It is a moment in my career where I need to see where I am and see where I am and have a good and honest conversation with the president,” he said in a recorded conversation before he made public his desire to leave. spurs. I hope we can have this conversation. I'm sure he'll want to plan where he sees her, but ultimately it's up to me and how I feel and what's best for me and my career right now. ”

In an ideal world, it would ultimately depend on Kane and how he felt, etc. Tied was three years left on his contract with the Spurs, if not minor. “I'm not sure how this conversation is going to go if I'm being honest,” Kane explained, despite using the pathetically gloomy facial expression of a man who knew exactly how to go about it. The laughter to which the questioner responded said it all.


“My goalie teammates wrote to me, so I asked some questions, trained with the goalkeeping coach and gave me advice. I was a bit lost with all the adrenaline I had and I always used the penalty point as a reference” – veteran midfielder Enzo Pérez managed to beat Santa Fe in his first game between bats as River Plate 20 players outside and without a subscription to the Copa Libertadores.

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Yes, Enzo! Photo: Juan Ignacio Roncoroni / Reuters


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“I think most Sunday League players will feel a special kinship with River Plate. Only 11 players put a midfielder in the goal and went for it? It doesn't usually result in a victory in South America's premier club competition ”- Jim Hearson.

” The occasional [Snip – Fiver Bad Word Ed] season has been Covid, €$£ and Big Cup finalists. But I read that Raúl Jiménez will play next season. I don't know why, but it made me wildly happy (it has nothing to do with the Tin I was drinking). I am a Liverpool fan but I will cheer your every touch. Come next season” - Gareth Aherne.

“ Re: Harry Kane Transfer Saga™ (Five-pass). Try this one from the Caine Rebellion: 'You won't understand until you take command. The loneliest, most oppressive job in the world. Unless you're an ox this is a nightmare. You are forever on the road of right decisions and good luck, entangled in dreary possible mistakes. 'Good luck then” - Malcolm Foley.

“Like many Jungle fans, I would describe last season as forgettable. In that spirit, I am delighted to see The Fiver and the Scottish FA website help with this by sending Scott McKenna back to Aberdeen in the Euro squad announcement (yesterday's News, Bits and Bobs). As long as we can get it back in August” – Andy Taylor.

Send your letters to [email protected] And you can always tweet The Fiver via @guardian_sport. Today's winner of the premise letter of the day… Malcolm Foley.


Chris Chilton, Hull City's record goalscorer 1999, diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia, aged 77.

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Chris Chilton picture 1970. Photo: Colorsport / Rex / Shutterstock

Manchester City's Rúben Dias was named football writers' male player, becoming the first defender to win the award since Steve Nicol in 1989.

In a feel-good story for our time, it looks like Liverpool will join Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City in the Big Cup next season after their 3-0 win at Burnley swept above Leicester. “It's crazy that we got this close, but we haven't finished it yet,” said Jürgen Klopp.

West Ham, Arsenal and Everton are still fighting for Big vase stains after winning Wednesday.

Sam Allardyce will not join West Brom in the Championship. “A few times I tried to leave him alone and said I was retired … I'm not saying that because I couldn't say it this time,” she said. “I keep making a fool of myself by coming back.”

Sunderland looks in the face in another League One season after losing 2-0 to Lincoln at Lincoln. playoff first leg. "I still really believe we can do it," yelled Black Cats boss Lee Johnson. “We should have a big, big night on Saturday.”

And Eni Aluko has been appointed sporting director alongside the new Los Angeles-based Angel. City FC. “I am excited to join a fantastic female-led ownership group, many of whom I admire and inspire from a young age,” she applauded.


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Go back to the game. Composite: PA; EPA; Getty Images

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