While planning his illustrious exit from Dortmund, Jude was supposedly in search of a prestigious club with values that reflected “passion, honour and reputation”, rather than a move that solely symbolized money.
If it’s that you’re an avid Spurs supporter, you readily feel akin to the nature of these values. For who could support a “Trophyless Club” without such a dignified and heightened sense of character? An ill-fated design, but Tottenham does possess these values.
“Tottenham values reputation?” you may ask, well, he never said the club’s reputation had to be an exceptional one. Regarding the issues that debunk his ideologies of money, that should be of little to no concern, because our chairman gives precedence to everything that reflects the polar opposite of what money is actually intended to do.
They seem to have similar partisan views about money, just varying perspectives.
Bellingham’s recent addition to the Madrid squad, tied into his excellent run of form would suggest that Jude is eager to sit amongst the table of Madrid folk heroes. Regardless, that doesn’t mean he’ll spend the rest of his career there.
So, why Tottenham & why the year 2027?
For starters, Jude wore the number 22 jersey while he was at both Dortmund and Birmingham respectively. He currently sports the famous number 5 jersey once worn by Zidane at Real Madrid.
Do the math — what’s 22+5? — [I’ll wait]. But for those who didn’t sneakily glance at the bolded figure below, skip ahead to see the answer, or maybe you are just simply without your calculator, it’s 27.
He’s obviously trying to tell us something. The media forums of the present day create a facetious and heavy atmosphere, they ultimately discourage athletes from presenting themselves as most would probably like to.
In addition, Jude has multiple ties to Tottenham:
1. FIFA Career Mode with Spurs
In 2020, Jude posted a picture of his FIFA video game highlighting a Spurs career mode he was completing. Completing ultimately suggests that regardless of his tight schedules in between flights, or his mandatory gym sessions before the day’s practice — Jude ensures he’s keeping up with his career growth virtually, on a Tottenham squad. Such dedication speaks volumes.
He may have only gotten us to place 16th, but he’ll have his redemption arced by helping us to a second Premier League title come 2027.
2. Social Media Posts & Comments
Jude has been constantly showing support to Maddison during his time at Spurs. If we address such notions logically, it is another clear indication that it has less to do with them being friends and England teammates, but everything to do with the fact that he is submersed in COYS and wants to join us ever so eagerly.
We must dissect efficiently, so let’s begin:
“a joy” — to watch? so he’s watched the game? But who doesn’t welcome and entertain the idea of joy? Such a statement also implies that he’s watched all the games, seeing that Maddison has featured some part in every game.
Who doesn’t like being happy?
4. Likes & Further Engagement – Jude likes other Spurs tweets – More Evidence of Infatuation.
5. “Crouchy – Defoe” – Bellingham possesses in-depth knowledge of Tottenham’s football heritage.
6. Porro’s Social Media Post
It was initially believed that our beloved Pedro Porro had made this post because of the sheer quality of the goal Jude scored against Napoli. We now have reason to believe that our assumptions may have been terribly aligned.
He’s telling us something. The signs aren’t as flamboyant, but potent nevertheless. It may have reminded him of Jude’s ‘secret visits’ to Enfield, but we prefer to debunk assumptions.
What’s not hidden is the time Porro made his post, 15:38.
What’s 1+5+3+8? 17. He posted this on the 3rd of Oct, using 3 periods and a single (1) emoji. Madrid scored 3 goals. 17+3+3+1+3=27. Coincidence? There is surely enough probable cause.
7. Tottenham posted a picture of Bellingham and Maddison on international duty.
Why? It’s pretty self-explanatory to me.
8. England and Tottenham posted Bellingham with Spur’s academy fans.
Again, why specifically him? It’s a bit provocative if you ask me. It must become tiring to feign such affection and deep admiration. But that’s because all of what we’ve discussed thus far is true. Bellingham’s a future Spurs player. Needless to mention the heart he commented with? He’s a Lilywhite and he’s verbosely proud.
Circa 2028, Bellingham has signed to Spurs after making a major impact at Real Madrid. Spurs activated the midfielder’s release clause.
9. It’s fate (I’ve never been more delusional in my entire life).
Destiny is not only written, it must be acted out. We are lucky enough to be seeing the signs in live time, who are we to deny such substantial evidence?
10. We already have Bissouma and Bentancur, therefore?
Who are the midfielders with last names that start with B and have 3 syllables?
Do you know who else is a midfielder with a last name that starts with B and has 3 syllables?
Take a lucky guess.