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Saha Joins Spurs

Frenchman moves to White Hart Lane.

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Striker Louis Saha has left Everton to join Tottenham Hotspur.

The 33-year-old had six months remaining on his current deal but has been allowed to move to White Hart Lane.

While Saha has managed 20 appearances this season, he has scored just twice, and is without a goal in 13.

His two goals came in consecutive matches - against Fulham in the league and Chelsea in the League Cup. Those strikes took his tally to 35 in 115 for the Blues.

Saha joined the Club after a torrid spate of injuries put paid to his Manchester United career.

He scored eight goals in his first season, including the fastest ever in an FA Cup final when he notched after just 25 seconds against Chelsea at Wembley.

The following season he looked back to his best as he scored 15 times, the highlight being a double in a 2-1 win over Chelsea at Goodison.

Last term started and ended with injury, but in the middle he was red hot, scoring eight in six games, including four in one match against Blackpool.

Samuel Yatesterrible decision!! short of players and class, and let it go!! baffled!

Wednesday 1st February 09:25 Report Comment

Victor TayThanks for the memories Saha. U are a class act on your day!

Wednesday 1st February 05:54 Report Comment

Martiniano VidalThanks for all Louis Saha and good luck in Tottenham Hotspur.

Wednesday 1st February 05:10 Report Comment

Robin HunukiCheers for the stunner during the FA Cup final mate... All the best at Spurs! p.s. act injured when you play us :)

Wednesday 1st February 02:11 Report Comment

Thomas A Bennet JrIt is a shame he couldn't get past all those nagging injuries.He has so much talent. I wish him the best.

Wednesday 1st February 01:18 Report Comment

Paul HowellsGood luck at Spurs Louis, thanks for some great games and great goals.

Wednesday 1st February 00:16 Report Comment

david collinsThanks for all you did King Louis! Good luck at Tottenham, you need to be in a team playing 2 strikers now, and hope it works out well.... However my hat off to Moyes - great bit of business!

Wednesday 1st February 00:14 Report Comment

Minik HansenSaha thanx for everything from here, hope you have a great spell at white hart lane. Hope they treat you well, will miss your dribbles.

Wednesday 1st February 00:02 Report Comment

Daniel VilesThanks for the memories, Louis. You served Everton well.

Tuesday 31st January 23:44 Report Comment

steve rodwellGood luck Saha Wont forget that strike in the FA Cup final.

Tuesday 31st January 23:38 Report Comment

Peter SwansonWhy when we are so short of players do we let Saha go to Spurs.??? baffled !!!!!

Tuesday 31st January 23:25 Report Comment

Steven BlundellWhat about Pienaar? Is he coming in our direction?

Tuesday 31st January 23:23 Report Comment

Terence MonaghanHe did some good stuff for us, was deffo time to move on tho. Best of luck

Tuesday 31st January 23:09 Report Comment

Jon WollnickBest of luck to him!

Tuesday 31st January 22:59 Report Comment

stephen taitthanks Louis for your service, good luck!

Tuesday 31st January 22:59 Report Comment

eamonn dobbinsgood luck louis

Tuesday 31st January 22:58 Report Comment

Alex MetcalfGood luck Louis, i think your not quite what you used to be, but great moments and thanks for memories.

Tuesday 31st January 22:54 Report Comment
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