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Friday, 8 September 2017

Unprofessional Rooney, Spurs target Aleñá and Janssen joins Soldado


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Ronal Koeman is not happy with new Everton signing Wayne Rooney. His drink driving charge shows why he should have been dumped by England years ago and why he has always failed at major tournaments. A professional sportsman should look after his body, it is the tool of his trade and drinking is not healthy for it. It is totally unprofessional and not an example to youngsters, yet he was the England captain! Says a lot about the appointment and management of Roy Hodgson.

As Pochettino said in his press conference when discussing the Dele Alli finger gesture and Serge Aurier, players have a duty of

Spanish newspaper AS are reporting that Tottenham Hotspur targeted 19-year-old (20 next January) central midfielder Carles Aleñá has now signed a new three-year contract with Barcelona. The Spaniards have inserted a £68.97 million (€75m - AUS$111.65m - US$90.63m) release clause in his contract that now runs until 2020 with a further 2-year extension option.

He had to go somewhere as he simply wasn't going to play, being fourth choice striker. It seems 23-year-old (24 next June) Vincent Janssen is on his way to Turkish side Fenerbahçe on a season-long loan. He'll join former Spurs striker Roberto Soldado, who also struggled while with us.

COYS

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2 comments:

  1. Fenerbahçe good luck you will need it

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  2. I suspect both Bobby Soldado and Vinny Janssen will find it much easier to display good form in Turkey. The stresses there are mainly from the crowd rather than the levels of the opposition.

    Good luck to both boys. They didn't thrive here certainly, but I felt both struggled manfully and gave all they had.

    COYS!!

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