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Thread: Game Theory - the "infinity strategy"

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    Game Theory - the "infinity strategy"

    This short-but-sweet video nicely encapsulates how a lot of us feel about the game and us sustaining our position in the higher end of the table / amongst European's elite, even though we cannot win everything every year.

    It also nicely represents the mentality a lot of us had when it came to Rafa, or currently have when it comes to Klopp, when things aren't necessarily going exactly our way.

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    Was just thinking about this video/concept in relation to Spurs.

    Levy has made decisions (such as slapping a huge price tag on Eriksen after Real Madrid bought Hazard, hoping for a huge free) that could come back to haunt Tottenham - Alderweireld, Vertonghen and Eriksen could all be lost and in terms of sheer quality, "replacing" them could cost Spurs 200m or more that they likely can't do "overnight" - potential fork-in-the-road moment for Spurs lies ahead in terms of the "cycle" and whether or not they will make a short-term attempt to deal with the problem, or accept a couple of less prominent years but develop something for the mid-long term again.

    Equally we see Arsenal under enormous pressure right now, with some fans going boogaloo for a fix via sacking Emery.

    Even United (*stuffs tissue into mouth to stop himself from laughing*) probably think they're doing the right thing with this "young and British" approach - which might actually pay off with the right manager - which they don't have.
    Your hobbies are rollerblading and you're also a bit of a rat-hound? Steel Wool
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