Hugo Lloris [Photo: Alan Hill]

You’re Tottenham Manager: Squad For 2014-15 Season – Goalkeepers


Tim Sherwood has gone as was widely expected, so you’re the Tottenham manager and can make the decisions on the composition of the squad for next season – first the goalkeepers.

With the season at an end decisions must be taken on which players stay and who is surplus to requirements. With no manager, at present, you can offer your expert advice to Daniel Levy on which members of the current squad should be retained – starting with the easy one, our goalkeepers.

You have 4 senior goalkeepers to make a decision on – who should go and who should stay?

Hugo Lloris: a top class keeper who is sure to be a big success in Brazil with the French national team and attract a great deal of attention. He has been outstanding and very consistent in his two season at White Hart Lane but without Champions League football next season, there are sure to be many clubs interested in signing him if he were to decide he wanted away “to play at a Champions League club”. he has been one of Tottenham’s successes this season.

Encouragingly, at the weekend there was an article in the Mirror reporting that Tottenham were going to make him a big offer to entice him at stay at Spurs and it was suggested that he was quite settled in London.

  • My only thought on that is why have they not done it sooner?

Brad Friedel [Photo: Jav The_DoC_66]

Brad Friedel [Photo: Jav The_DoC_66]

Brad Friedel: the ever reliable, extremely sprightly 42-year old (43 on Sunday – Happy Birthday, Brad). An excellent back-up goalkeeper who keeps himself extremely fit and can come in and do a steady job, letting no-one down. Is it time, however, to bring in someone else or can we give him another season as second choice a she thinks about going into coach when he decides to retire? With the tour to America in the summer, Spurs will want Brad along as a member of the playing squad.

Heurelho Gomes: Yes, he’s still at White Hart Lane – the forgotten man of Tottenham. He hasn’t played for Spurs in over two seasons and surely must be on his way out this summer but it’s you who decides.

Jordan Archer: The Scotland Under-21 international who has been on the bench but not made his debut although he played in the second half of Ledley King’s testimonial on Monday evening. Is it time to allow him to go out on loan with a league club or keep him at Tottenham to gain experience in the Europa League and early rounds of the Cup competitions?

Decision Time: Who Stays, Who Goes?

You can vote to keep as many of the goalkeepers as you like – in fact you can keep them all if you wish.

Which Goalkeepers Do You Want To Keep At Tottenham Next Season?

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