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If he comes back superb over the moon, but we won't know for about a year.CM is top of our extensive list of needs now. Delph, Davies, Schneiderlin, Beningime is a horrible CM list for a prem season.
Not a fan of comforting son to be honest. Nice player and I like him, but let the spurs players comfort their own.
Stan Collymore in the Express today reckons Son reaction completely OTT, says footballers nowadays do it as they think if they donít they will be vilified by the public and they end up getting more sympathy than the injured party, interesting thought.
Sympathy is misdirected, no doubt. Empathy isnít. Only one letter changed and yet all the difference in the world.I have sympathy for Gomes.I feel empathy for Son.Theyíre not mutually exclusive.
It wasn't a red card, right decision to rescind it.
State of this from Spurs, isn't he meant to be traumatizedhttps://twitter.com/SpursOfficial/status/1191794939362983937
Yes but people get punished for it. As mentioned thereís loads of things in real life where the punishment is worse when something really bad happens in the 1/1000 times the same sort of action has taken place. Frankly think itís bizarre that itís even up for debate.
Yikes, dare I ask what for?
Fucking hell, lethal weapon.What sort of bloke is he?How long did he go down for?
Was it his first time inside?
I'm still livid about it, it's wound me up so much, I'm normally quite a calm fella as well, so the lunatics bit is spot on
Public show of attrition, interview about how he has to be strong for his team. All forgotten, he's a hero. How hasn't he?
I was going to say yes correct apologies, until I saw this(in scholastic theology) sorrow for sin, falling short of contritionMaybe it works better than I knew!
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