A mean spirited and needless thing to say. If anything, it goes in his favour that he has stayed loyal to Spurs.He`s a great goal-scorer, but hes won nothing with either club or country.
Rooney's 50th goal, which at the time set a new record, was also a penalty.A 20 yard pearler, or sht header, would have been more fitting, rather than really dodgy penna
Was Rooney's a penna too?
Facts speak for themselves.He's effectively a one-club man which is something to be admired in this day and age.
And he can't help playing for England. There's only 11 Englishmen in our history who can claim to have won something.
It's not a night to be churlish mate
The clock is ticking. Either he goes this Summer or you would think he’s going to stay there for the rest of his career and potentially winning nothing.Same here
I hope he leaves spurs and goes and to bigger and better things
He tried to move on last summer but Levy wouldn't let him.Facts speak for themselves.
Its a fact hes wasted at Spurs.
Without him they would be nothing more than mid-table.
No medals or cups for being a "one club man".
He`s won nothing and he wont with Spurs.
He`s doing himself no justice staying with them.
Do himself a favour and move on.
He has the choice.He tried to move on last summer but Levy wouldn't let him.
Something to do with signing a long term contract.
Bobby Charlton's 49 goals with no penalties is very impressive.Rooney's 50th goal, which at the time set a new record, was also a penalty.
7 of Rooney's 53 goals were penalties.
19 of Kane's 54 were penalties.
If only it was that easy. If it was he would be playing for Man City right nowHe has the choice.
Move on or go nowhere with Spurs.
Jedd Spence has a contract.
Talk to his agent.If only it was that easy. If it was he would be playing for Man City right now
He has a choice.That's a false comparison @r00fie1. Spence was told he wouldn't get any game time if he stayed at Spurs so was given the opportunity to go out on loan which he took.
Kane is England's captain and Spurs' prime asset on a long term contract with no buy-out clause and an infamous owner to deal with.
You're being incredibly naive if you think Kane can unilaterally decide when to leave and who to leave for.
If Kane made it clear he wants to leave - and his agent does his job - there are much bigger clubs who can afford to pay off his contract and give the lad the opportunity to have some silverware on his mantle-piece. He deserves it. Levy prefers a flash stadium to winning trophies.Kane believed Levy when Levy said he wouldn't hold him to his contract. Levy held him to his contract. Kane, to his credit, has continued to play to the best of his ability. Unless Spurs agree to sell him, Kane can't move until his contract ends. It takes all parties involved to agree to end a player's contract early.
We decided to sell Spence because unlike Kane, he would sulk if we refused and he was worth more to us as money than a sulking player. Overall, it has worked out best for us and Spence.
Likewise, it is clear that Gibson made a gentleman's agreement with Tav (and likely some other players) that we would agree a move to a Prem club if we didn't get promoted. Unlike Levy, Gibson kept his agreement. If Gibson had gone back on it, Tav would probably have acted much like Kane. Losing Tav was definitely not a positive for us but, ironically, by adding yet more fuel to Wilder's rage it contributed to his departure and Carrick coming in. In a roundabout way, it worked out well for us eventually.