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Macho

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Sterling did it at Liverpool in 2015 but his excuse was that he had the runs:

He got quite a bit of stick as well, for the entire saga really.

His agent didn't help.

I read one indepth article on from the Athletic on players angling for an exit and they actually predicted he would do this. They noted they don't outright put in transfer requests anymore as it is "embarrassing", but do things such as this instead.
 

Macho

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I read one indepth article on from the Athletic on players angling for an exit and they actually predicted he would do this. They noted they don't outright put in transfer requests anymore as it is "embarrassing", but do things such as this instead.

Failing to report for training, or refusing to play in matches, is a fairly standard approach for a footballer to take when trying to engineer a way out of a club. Others will turn up for work but invent injuries — back trouble, which is difficult to pick up on a scan, is a favourite.

Some will be a much bigger pain in the backside. One agent tells a story about a Tottenham Hotspur player going out to training and kicking balls everywhere. Then there is the midfielder who gave his club’s technical director a mouthful of abuse that, realistically, few people would get away with in any other industry.

Whatever the exit strategy, agents will be constantly in their client’s ear encouraging them to be difficult, and so will the club that is trying to sign the player.

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I got it from here, the Athletic actually did a deep dive on "how Harry Kane can escape" (actual quotes).

 

Taneruit

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:lol:

I got it from here, the Athletic actually did a deep dive on "how Harry Kane can escape" (actual quotes).

And that is the day Harry Kane realized that he's been playing at Tottenham for the past 17 years and finally crawled out of it through miles of concentrated ****, only to emerge in freedom:

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Pyres7

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Yeah he was unforgiveable imo. What Wenger did for him and the way he behaved to force that move was pretty despicable. One of the few I can never really forgive. I can maybe understand but even Van Persie and Nasri never stooped to those levels.
I feel like they would have both kicked up a fuss too if we tried to stop them. We sold them for about £20m each, right? That was daylight robbery.

Cesc was more of a snake about it though. He had years on his contract so he couldn't threaten to run it down.
 

ArsenesCoatMaker

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:lol:

I got it from here, the Athletic actually did a deep dive on "how Harry Kane can escape" (actual quotes).


We were one of the first to suffer from this with Anelka. We did well out of it, swapping Anelka for Henry and Suker plus about 14 million squid. But Brain Clough thought it was an outrage
 

Batman

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This is hilarious. They really are such a small, pitiful club. I can't stand putty mouth but he's more than earned a move to a proper club. The numbers he puts up warrant something tangible to show for it. I don't see why you'd risk souring the relationship with a club legend when you're going to get a king's ransom from City for him and you'll win the same number of trophies without him. This seems more about Levy's ego than what's actually good for the club, let alone Kane.
 

Batman

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Maybe he's a big Green Bay Packers fan and saw Rodgers doing it?

In that case he's staying though, while calling Levi a **** in an interview of course.
No, he's a Tom Brady superfan. He saw Brady winning all the time and wants to try that.
 
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