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Arnaut Danjuma reveals his one regret at Tottenham and the thing he loved the most

mawspurs

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The Netherlands international has been speaking about his time at Tottenham after his loan spell from Villarreal came to its conclusion.

Source: Football London
 

spursfan1991

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I know you arent supposed to feel sorry for multi millionaires that kick a ball around but for this fella, i have a lot of sympathy.

Barely given a chance and was effectively treated badly because he was a club signing. His output in the limited time he was given was better than some that played so much more.

I hope his Spurs experience doesnt damage his confidence.
 

TheChosenOne

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I know you arent supposed to feel sorry for multi millionaires that kick a ball around but for this fella, i have a lot of sympathy.

Barely given a chance and was effectively treated badly because he was a club signing. His output in the limited time he was given was better than some that played so much more.

I hope his Spurs experience doesnt damage his confidence.

Treated brutally by those who should have been better. The cameos I saw showed he had skill, passion and was a crowd pleaser
 

DJS

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I know you arent supposed to feel sorry for multi millionaires that kick a ball around but for this fella, i have a lot of sympathy.

Barely given a chance and was effectively treated badly because he was a club signing. His output in the limited time he was given was better than some that played so much more.

I hope his Spurs experience doesnt damage his confidence.

Yeah a massive shame, as he should have been starting over Son and given the opportunity to impress.

Conte showed his stupidity over that as it’s not like Son was showing he deserved to start at the time and gave out a poor message to the squad.
 

PCozzie

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He took what happened here with huge amounts of class and grace. I followed him on Twitter when he joined and he was often tweeting positively about an upcoming match that he must have known he'd play almost no part in.

Good luck to him, with his attitude I'm sure he'll do well somewhere.
 

Japhet

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Yeah a massive shame, as he should have been starting over Son and given the opportunity to impress.

Conte showed his stupidity over that as it’s not like Son was showing he deserved to start at the time and gave out a poor message to the squad.

And we subsequently find out that Son was playing with an injury as well. Conte was one stubborn bastard.
 

DJS

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And we subsequently find out that Son was playing with an injury as well. Conte was one stubborn bastard.

Lost a lot of respect for Conte over it really.

He just kept lazily picking the same players and we’ve now released a player who potentially could have been an asset to the squad.
 

Japhet

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Lost a lot of respect for Conte over it really.

He just kept lazily picking the same players and we’ve now released a player who potentially could have been an asset to the squad.


I don't know whether it was laziness, stubbornness or being petulant about the players he was given, but whatever it was, it certainly didn't have the interests of the club at heart.
 

whitechina

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I don't know whether it was laziness, stubbornness or being petulant about the players he was given, but whatever it was, it certainly didn't have the interests of the club at heart.
Thankfully Conte has gone and there's a very positive vibe now
Coys
 
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