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TownSNAFU5
March 27, 2015, 6:15pm
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With the dearth of English talent, there has been a lot of media hype on Kane.  He is very young, talented but with a lot of pressure on him already.  Like Henman in tennis, everything is put on his shoulders to deliver and succeed.

He can easily go the way of other young stars who succumbed to too much media hype and pressure.

Ross Barkley (and to a lesser extent Luke Shaw) have struggled this season. Do we expect too much, too soon from any young England player who shows excellent potential?  





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Kanes not just got potential now though, he's delivered. He's fulfilling it already, unlike Shaw and Barkley, who are still yet to really shine.

I think Kane will be just fine and Tim Sherwood deserves a massive pat on the back. In Kane and Mason we have two players who wouldn't had been in the Spurs side never mind the England side without him.
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With the dearth of English talent, there has been a lot of media hype on Kane.  He is very young, talented but with a lot of pressure on him already.  Like Henman in tennis, everything is put on his shoulders to deliver and succeed.

He can easily go the way of other young stars who succumbed to too much media hype and pressure.

Ross Barkley (and to a lesser extent Luke Shaw) have struggled this season. Do we expect too much, too soon from any young England player who shows excellent potential?  


Yes , these players burst onto the scene and we forget they are only young lads,

They should be given their chance but also given time to develop,

They should be used and rested in turn to avoid burn out,

Sterling is a prime example, he has a lot of talent but I think he needs a rest.






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I know Tim Sherwood likes to congratulate himself for Harry Kane but he only started 6 league games for him last year whilst Mason didn't feature at all.

The credit belongs to the 2 players and Mauricio Pochettino.

The burnout thing is usually associated with 17/18 year old wonderkids. Kane is pushing 22 so maybe that's different, I dunno?


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I think the hype is maybe too much and it may get to his head in the summer, like Barkley and Sterling hasn't been as brilliant this season as last.


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People are saying we shouldn't rush him but I completely disagree. He's ready and if anything not starting is more likely to dent his confidence than playing and not scoring.

Anyway 5/6/7-0 and I don't care who scores them.
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Barkley's been injured hasn't he? I don't think any Liverpool players form will have benefitted from Suarez leaving either.
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Being able to perform at the top level is part of the talent isn't it? Plenty of players with skill never make it because they haven't got the mental strength to start with.

Doesn't seem to phase the Germans, Spanish, etc etc.
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He scored in the first minute of his debut.  All downhill now.  

I truly hope for him, and England,  that he is the real deal.
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Kanes not just got potential now though, he's delivered. He's fulfilling it already, unlike Shaw and Barkley, who are still yet to really shine.

I think Kane will be just fine and Tim Sherwood deserves a massive pat on the back. In Kane and Mason we have two players who wouldn't had been in the Spurs side never mind the England side without him.
Sherwood always strikes me as a top guy.Dont surprise me that he helped Kane when he was with him


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