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Discussion in 'Magners League' started by GioDosDallas, Jul 30, 2012.
Sorry, wrong place. Mistake has been covered.
Joining Rafa in leaving the club is Giovani Dos Santos who will be leaving behind an unfulfilled part of his football career. Watch Gio for Mexico and he's an unbelievable player. Everything goes through him in attack and his goal scoring record is excellent. In the Premier league however it's been a completely different story. Some may say it's a lack of opportunities and that is understandable, but when Harry Redknapp criticises someone for too many public appearances you know something's not right. Sadly for Spurs, Dos Santos has wasted his talent at the club when he could've instead established himself as a key squad member. All the same Â£1 million is a minute figure to sell for, so unless there are some clauses that could really knock up the value, surely we'd have been better off keeping him to run out his contract? Danny Rose and Harry Kane have made Premiership loan moves to Sunderland and Norwich respectively and from a selfish point of view it is perfect for Spurs. Both seem slightly inept at this stage of their careers so taking a chance on them at Spurs was a risk to take. By loaning them to fellow Premiership sides we'll be able to grasp whether they have any chance of making an impact at our club. It certainly didn't do Kyle Walker any harm.