Jack Clarke - QPR

eddiebailey

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Can't help but think he'll regret signing for Spurs. Leeds would have put a lot more into developing him if he had still been their property.
 

southlondonyiddo

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Can't help but think he'll regret signing for Spurs. Leeds would have put a lot more into developing him if he had still been their property.
From an outsider looking in you might think he’s got this big move and he’s popped his slippers on and lit the cigar!

If he looked hungry and up for it in training surely he’d be getting more game time with all these loan clubs. Clearly a talent and these clubs wanted him to come in and help their respective clubs

Must be attitude if there is no whispers of niggling injuries!!
 

dtxspurs

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Anyone catch in the latest Ally Gold video that the club wanted to bring him into the senior team straight away but Poch said no and wanted him loaned out? How did they possibly think that was going to work?
 

yankspurs

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Anyone catch in the latest Ally Gold video that the club wanted to bring him into the senior team straight away but Poch said no and wanted him loaned out? How did they possibly think that was going to work?
These things rarely work when they dont see eye to eye and the club makes unilateral decisions on a transfer like that. Maybe a loan was the best play but in hindsight we should have brought him in for a few weeks then loaned him out somewhere. An immediate loan back to Leeds was a huge miss. And it’s led to a lost season of development.
 
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