Jaunde Ramos has left Tottenham, but his reign is still leaving a mark, especially for Canadian international Paul Stalteri. Spurs' new manager Harry Redknapp has decided that staying in the Premier League is of bigger importance than playing in Europe. This would have been a terrific opportunity for a player that Ramos had sent off to basically die in the reserves get some game action in Europe against quality teams and possibly make his way back into the main squad for a Premiership match. Unfortunately for Paul Stalteri, along with Hossam Ghaly, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Adel Taarabt and Ricardo Rocha - Ramos did not register these players to play in Europe. What this means is that the players that will get to play are reserve players, with some veterans mixed in. The worst part is that if Stalteri was to play, he would have been able to showcase himself and audition for a team that may be looking for a defensive midfielder or defender. It looks as though Ramos' reign of idiocy still remains at White Hart Lane.