Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino not sure what the future holds for Dani Osvaldo after alleged headbutt on Jose Fonte

Dani Osvaldo

Dani Osvaldo

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Mauricio Pochettino says he does not know what the future holds for Dani Osvaldo, following the striker's suspension from the club.

The Saints boss was quizzed at length this afternoon on the subject, following the 28-year-old forward's alleged headbutt on teammate José Fonte in training last week.

Pochettino side-stepped most of the questions fired his way, but did say he must move on from the incident and look at what is best for the squad.

“This is something that is in the past,” he said. “We like to see the future.

“What is done is done, and now we are fully focused on concentrating on what is better for the team in the future.”

Pochettino added: “It is clear it is not a nice situation, but not only here, it happens everywhere in the world.

“But, as a manager, I have to look for what is better for our club, to look forward to the future.”

Asked if it would be better for the club to be without Osvaldo past the end of the week, when the transfer deadline passes, Pochettino said: “We don’t know.”

However, should the Italian international depart St Mary’s, Pochettino hinted a replacement could possibly be brought in, with the manager saying the club were “working on certain aspects” in the window.

“Of course, we are prepared for everything,” he said. “We have got a great group of scouts working on it, and we are prepared for anything that can happen.”

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3:57pm Mon 27 Jan 14

notaclue says...

Can we replace him in time to get rid before the window closes?

That's what it looks like.
Can we replace him in time to get rid before the window closes? That's what it looks like. notaclue
  • Score: -2

4:19pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

MoPo had his work cut out anyway taking a team recently in the lower leagues to pushing for Europe. He is doing this whilst the builders are in the training ground. Then he had to contend with his employer and mentor departing the club with no notice providing him with a lot of uncertainty and pressure from the media over his own future as well as that of the star players.

As if that wasn't enough Dani goes and let's him down just when he needed the support of those around him.

Dani you have disgraced yourself and let your manager, team mates, the fans and above all yourself down. In life we all make mistakes. Stand up and apologise unreservedly and assure us all it won't happen again. You will find people very forgiving in these circumstances. The question is - are you man enough?
MoPo had his work cut out anyway taking a team recently in the lower leagues to pushing for Europe. He is doing this whilst the builders are in the training ground. Then he had to contend with his employer and mentor departing the club with no notice providing him with a lot of uncertainty and pressure from the media over his own future as well as that of the star players. As if that wasn't enough Dani goes and let's him down just when he needed the support of those around him. Dani you have disgraced yourself and let your manager, team mates, the fans and above all yourself down. In life we all make mistakes. Stand up and apologise unreservedly and assure us all it won't happen again. You will find people very forgiving in these circumstances. The question is - are you man enough? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 35

4:40pm Mon 27 Jan 14

St Retford says...

He should, at the very least, issue a statement invoking the right to parlay.
He should, at the very least, issue a statement invoking the right to parlay. St Retford
  • Score: 7

4:46pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Alicesdad says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
MoPo had his work cut out anyway taking a team recently in the lower leagues to pushing for Europe. He is doing this whilst the builders are in the training ground. Then he had to contend with his employer and mentor departing the club with no notice providing him with a lot of uncertainty and pressure from the media over his own future as well as that of the star players.

As if that wasn't enough Dani goes and let's him down just when he needed the support of those around him.

Dani you have disgraced yourself and let your manager, team mates, the fans and above all yourself down. In life we all make mistakes. Stand up and apologise unreservedly and assure us all it won't happen again. You will find people very forgiving in these circumstances. The question is - are you man enough?
Puncheon came back from the dead in this respect when everybody had him down as a self posessed waste of space. Who would have thought that Cortese would have let him back in the fold? Yet he came back and left us with a good level of respect.

It can be done again. As you rightly say, is he man enough? Or just some prima donna raging bull ... I haven't given up on him yet .. but the signs aren't good.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: MoPo had his work cut out anyway taking a team recently in the lower leagues to pushing for Europe. He is doing this whilst the builders are in the training ground. Then he had to contend with his employer and mentor departing the club with no notice providing him with a lot of uncertainty and pressure from the media over his own future as well as that of the star players. As if that wasn't enough Dani goes and let's him down just when he needed the support of those around him. Dani you have disgraced yourself and let your manager, team mates, the fans and above all yourself down. In life we all make mistakes. Stand up and apologise unreservedly and assure us all it won't happen again. You will find people very forgiving in these circumstances. The question is - are you man enough?[/p][/quote]Puncheon came back from the dead in this respect when everybody had him down as a self posessed waste of space. Who would have thought that Cortese would have let him back in the fold? Yet he came back and left us with a good level of respect. It can be done again. As you rightly say, is he man enough? Or just some prima donna raging bull ... I haven't given up on him yet .. but the signs aren't good. Alicesdad
  • Score: 15

4:55pm Mon 27 Jan 14

peregrine73 says...

Osvaldo will only speak on the incident if so sanctioned by the club.
Even so it may be to late as respect has been lost with his team mate's. A difficult situation for MP,does he persever with a player he obviously new about and brought him to the club,or does he get the best deal for him in the transfer window?,and the club moves on
Osvaldo will only speak on the incident if so sanctioned by the club. Even so it may be to late as respect has been lost with his team mate's. A difficult situation for MP,does he persever with a player he obviously new about and brought him to the club,or does he get the best deal for him in the transfer window?,and the club moves on peregrine73
  • Score: 0

4:58pm Mon 27 Jan 14

St Retford says...

If he does go I bet each and every one of you a cool £100 that he scores against England in the World Cup.
If he does go I bet each and every one of you a cool £100 that he scores against England in the World Cup. St Retford
  • Score: 8

5:00pm Mon 27 Jan 14

willygetaway says...

Mo Po should have the final say, its no for the DE or its readers to stand as judge and jury on this matter keep it in house. Unless of course you were there and fuly understand what went on COYR
Mo Po should have the final say, its no for the DE or its readers to stand as judge and jury on this matter keep it in house. Unless of course you were there and fuly understand what went on COYR willygetaway
  • Score: 6

5:19pm Mon 27 Jan 14

boilerman says...

The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it.
Time to move him on and cut our losses.
Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ?
Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season.
Who actually bought these players ?
The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ? boilerman
  • Score: -18

5:27pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Licky_Rambert says...

boilerman wrote:
The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?
are you sure you know which one Victor is??
[quote][p][bold]boilerman[/bold] wrote: The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?[/p][/quote]are you sure you know which one Victor is?? Licky_Rambert
  • Score: 15

5:37pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Tony in Liberia says...

Is that the same Victor Wanyama who'se absence from the team pretty much coincided with us going from 3rd to 9th? With being muscled off the ball for Sunderland to come back from 2 down? With losing our season's record of never losing a game in which we had taken the lead? With letting Everton and Villa get back in the lead once we had pulled them back to level terms, and looked like we might be getting on top?

Or are you talking about some other Victor Wanyama, one that's been a complete waste of money and who added absolutely nothing to the team, who I didn't know we'd signed?
Is that the same Victor Wanyama who'se absence from the team pretty much coincided with us going from 3rd to 9th? With being muscled off the ball for Sunderland to come back from 2 down? With losing our season's record of never losing a game in which we had taken the lead? With letting Everton and Villa get back in the lead once we had pulled them back to level terms, and looked like we might be getting on top? Or are you talking about some other Victor Wanyama, one that's been a complete waste of money and who added absolutely nothing to the team, who I didn't know we'd signed? Tony in Liberia
  • Score: 32

6:05pm Mon 27 Jan 14

notaclue says...

St Retford wrote:
If he does go I bet each and every one of you a cool £100 that he scores against England in the World Cup.
I really don't know if Italy will take him to Brazl after this?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: If he does go I bet each and every one of you a cool £100 that he scores against England in the World Cup.[/p][/quote]I really don't know if Italy will take him to Brazl after this? notaclue
  • Score: 2

7:08pm Mon 27 Jan 14

andygoater1957 says...

How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players.
How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players. andygoater1957
  • Score: 4

7:18pm Mon 27 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

andygoater1957 wrote:
How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players.
How do we know? We don't.
[quote][p][bold]andygoater1957[/bold] wrote: How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players.[/p][/quote]How do we know? We don't. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 4

7:36pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

Licky_Rambert wrote:
boilerman wrote: The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?
are you sure you know which one Victor is??
Haha. Post of the day!
[quote][p][bold]Licky_Rambert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boilerman[/bold] wrote: The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?[/p][/quote]are you sure you know which one Victor is??[/p][/quote]Haha. Post of the day! Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 4

7:41pm Mon 27 Jan 14

boilerman says...

Licky_Rambert wrote:
boilerman wrote:
The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?
are you sure you know which one Victor is??
Ye he's the one one that wins the ball and then passes it straight back to the opposition, 12million should at least entitle us to a player that recognises his own team and can pass to them.
To be fair he was getting better before his injury, but like I said 12 million should at least mean you can pass.
[quote][p][bold]Licky_Rambert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boilerman[/bold] wrote: The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?[/p][/quote]are you sure you know which one Victor is??[/p][/quote]Ye he's the one one that wins the ball and then passes it straight back to the opposition, 12million should at least entitle us to a player that recognises his own team and can pass to them. To be fair he was getting better before his injury, but like I said 12 million should at least mean you can pass. boilerman
  • Score: -8

7:43pm Mon 27 Jan 14

DisplacedFan says...

St Retford wrote:
If he does go I bet each and every one of you a cool £100 that he scores against England in the World Cup.
Because the farce wil be with him?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: If he does go I bet each and every one of you a cool £100 that he scores against England in the World Cup.[/p][/quote]Because the farce wil be with him? DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

8:08pm Mon 27 Jan 14

boilerman says...

Tony in Liberia wrote:
Is that the same Victor Wanyama who'se absence from the team pretty much coincided with us going from 3rd to 9th? With being muscled off the ball for Sunderland to come back from 2 down? With losing our season's record of never losing a game in which we had taken the lead? With letting Everton and Villa get back in the lead once we had pulled them back to level terms, and looked like we might be getting on top?

Or are you talking about some other Victor Wanyama, one that's been a complete waste of money and who added absolutely nothing to the team, who I didn't know we'd signed?
Our dropping f rom 3rd to 9th coincided with a run of tough games against better opposition, except Villa of course.
We all see the game and players differently and my veiw is Wanyama was and is not worth £12 million and he has proved no better than Jack Cork whos'e place he took.
A lot of people have the same point of veiw as me just like a lot agree with you only time will tell who is right.
I'm sorry my point of veiw is different to youre's but that'sthe beauty of football..
[quote][p][bold]Tony in Liberia[/bold] wrote: Is that the same Victor Wanyama who'se absence from the team pretty much coincided with us going from 3rd to 9th? With being muscled off the ball for Sunderland to come back from 2 down? With losing our season's record of never losing a game in which we had taken the lead? With letting Everton and Villa get back in the lead once we had pulled them back to level terms, and looked like we might be getting on top? Or are you talking about some other Victor Wanyama, one that's been a complete waste of money and who added absolutely nothing to the team, who I didn't know we'd signed?[/p][/quote]Our dropping f rom 3rd to 9th coincided with a run of tough games against better opposition, except Villa of course. We all see the game and players differently and my veiw is Wanyama was and is not worth £12 million and he has proved no better than Jack Cork whos'e place he took. A lot of people have the same point of veiw as me just like a lot agree with you only time will tell who is right. I'm sorry my point of veiw is different to youre's but that'sthe beauty of football.. boilerman
  • Score: -4

8:10pm Mon 27 Jan 14

boilerman says...

boilerman wrote:
Tony in Liberia wrote:
Is that the same Victor Wanyama who'se absence from the team pretty much coincided with us going from 3rd to 9th? With being muscled off the ball for Sunderland to come back from 2 down? With losing our season's record of never losing a game in which we had taken the lead? With letting Everton and Villa get back in the lead once we had pulled them back to level terms, and looked like we might be getting on top?

Or are you talking about some other Victor Wanyama, one that's been a complete waste of money and who added absolutely nothing to the team, who I didn't know we'd signed?
Our dropping f rom 3rd to 9th coincided with a run of tough games against better opposition, except Villa of course.
We all see the game and players differently and my veiw is Wanyama was and is not worth £12 million and he has proved no better than Jack Cork whos'e place he took.
A lot of people have the same point of veiw as me just like a lot agree with you only time will tell who is right.
I'm sorry my point of veiw is different to youre's but that'sthe beauty of football..
Sorry TIL I meant to ask, just out of interest how many times have you seen Wanyama play this season? and i dont mean on the telly.
[quote][p][bold]boilerman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony in Liberia[/bold] wrote: Is that the same Victor Wanyama who'se absence from the team pretty much coincided with us going from 3rd to 9th? With being muscled off the ball for Sunderland to come back from 2 down? With losing our season's record of never losing a game in which we had taken the lead? With letting Everton and Villa get back in the lead once we had pulled them back to level terms, and looked like we might be getting on top? Or are you talking about some other Victor Wanyama, one that's been a complete waste of money and who added absolutely nothing to the team, who I didn't know we'd signed?[/p][/quote]Our dropping f rom 3rd to 9th coincided with a run of tough games against better opposition, except Villa of course. We all see the game and players differently and my veiw is Wanyama was and is not worth £12 million and he has proved no better than Jack Cork whos'e place he took. A lot of people have the same point of veiw as me just like a lot agree with you only time will tell who is right. I'm sorry my point of veiw is different to youre's but that'sthe beauty of football..[/p][/quote]Sorry TIL I meant to ask, just out of interest how many times have you seen Wanyama play this season? and i dont mean on the telly. boilerman
  • Score: 0

9:13pm Mon 27 Jan 14

eyresiesaint says...

I think a lot of people miss what wanyama adds to the team, he is a ball winner and stops the other teams walking through us,

He is not going to ping the ball about like Spiderman, he wins it and moves it on, and gives the back four a lot of protection,

I do also have to say that cork has been very good this season since coming back in, would be good if poch could work all three back in to the team,
I think a lot of people miss what wanyama adds to the team, he is a ball winner and stops the other teams walking through us, He is not going to ping the ball about like Spiderman, he wins it and moves it on, and gives the back four a lot of protection, I do also have to say that cork has been very good this season since coming back in, would be good if poch could work all three back in to the team, eyresiesaint
  • Score: 5

9:14pm Mon 27 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

boilerman wrote:
Licky_Rambert wrote:
boilerman wrote:
The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?
are you sure you know which one Victor is??
Ye he's the one one that wins the ball and then passes it straight back to the opposition, 12million should at least entitle us to a player that recognises his own team and can pass to them.
To be fair he was getting better before his injury, but like I said 12 million should at least mean you can pass.
Big Vic "wins the ball and passes it straight back to the opposition", really? is that the same Big Vic who has a pass completion rate of 82%? can be passing it straight back to the opposition with a completion rate like that.
when you look for player faults you will find them. I bet you barely notice when he completes a pass but the few times, less than 2 out of 10, his passes go astray or are intercepted you jump all over it.
the game isn't all about passing though and Big vic is a more defensively minded player than cork and many feel is a stronger bigger presence in the centre of the pitch, who halts more attacks before the defenders need to get involved.
it doesn't matter if you watch the game at sms or live via tv/internet either.
cork and Big Vic are both good players but the majority feel we are a better team with Big Vic playing, and of cou that is no disrespect to cork who can still do a great job.
we are trying to progress as a team and get higher up the league . to do that some players will eventually need to be replaced.
[quote][p][bold]boilerman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Licky_Rambert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boilerman[/bold] wrote: The guy has been a problem and under acheiver since he arrived, great goal against City but that is it. Time to move him on and cut our losses. Can anyone honestly say that apart from Lovren the rest of our big money buy.s have been successful ? Cork has proved that he is a better option than Victor and that he was unlucky to be left out at the start of the season. Who actually bought these players ?[/p][/quote]are you sure you know which one Victor is??[/p][/quote]Ye he's the one one that wins the ball and then passes it straight back to the opposition, 12million should at least entitle us to a player that recognises his own team and can pass to them. To be fair he was getting better before his injury, but like I said 12 million should at least mean you can pass.[/p][/quote]Big Vic "wins the ball and passes it straight back to the opposition", really? is that the same Big Vic who has a pass completion rate of 82%? can be passing it straight back to the opposition with a completion rate like that. when you look for player faults you will find them. I bet you barely notice when he completes a pass but the few times, less than 2 out of 10, his passes go astray or are intercepted you jump all over it. the game isn't all about passing though and Big vic is a more defensively minded player than cork and many feel is a stronger bigger presence in the centre of the pitch, who halts more attacks before the defenders need to get involved. it doesn't matter if you watch the game at sms or live via tv/internet either. cork and Big Vic are both good players but the majority feel we are a better team with Big Vic playing, and of cou that is no disrespect to cork who can still do a great job. we are trying to progress as a team and get higher up the league . to do that some players will eventually need to be replaced. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 3

9:20pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
andygoater1957 wrote:
How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players.
How do we know? We don't.
Because if they'd kissed and made up the vibes coming out of the camp would be very very different than the ones that are in fact coming out.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andygoater1957[/bold] wrote: How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players.[/p][/quote]How do we know? We don't.[/p][/quote]Because if they'd kissed and made up the vibes coming out of the camp would be very very different than the ones that are in fact coming out. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 3

10:50pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

eyresiesaint wrote:
I think a lot of people miss what wanyama adds to the team, he is a ball winner and stops the other teams walking through us,

He is not going to ping the ball about like Spiderman, he wins it and moves it on, and gives the back four a lot of protection,

I do also have to say that cork has been very good this season since coming back in, would be good if poch could work all three back in to the team,
Precisely. Why do so many people find this so difficult to grasp?
[quote][p][bold]eyresiesaint[/bold] wrote: I think a lot of people miss what wanyama adds to the team, he is a ball winner and stops the other teams walking through us, He is not going to ping the ball about like Spiderman, he wins it and moves it on, and gives the back four a lot of protection, I do also have to say that cork has been very good this season since coming back in, would be good if poch could work all three back in to the team,[/p][/quote]Precisely. Why do so many people find this so difficult to grasp? Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 0

11:27pm Mon 27 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
andygoater1957 wrote:
How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players.
How do we know? We don't.
Because if they'd kissed and made up the vibes coming out of the camp would be very very different than the ones that are in fact coming out.
Have you seen the latest offering from the Mirror?
http://www.mirror.co
.uk/sport/football/t
ransfer-news/southam
pton-fine-dani-osval
do-240000-3068322#.U
ubjsKHfWSM
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andygoater1957[/bold] wrote: How do now,if Dani has not already said sorry to the club and players.[/p][/quote]How do we know? We don't.[/p][/quote]Because if they'd kissed and made up the vibes coming out of the camp would be very very different than the ones that are in fact coming out.[/p][/quote]Have you seen the latest offering from the Mirror? http://www.mirror.co .uk/sport/football/t ransfer-news/southam pton-fine-dani-osval do-240000-3068322#.U ubjsKHfWSM OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

11:32pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Saint TGB says...

Given our present CB situation, I would like to see VW play CB with JF, leaving JC alongside MS.
Given our present CB situation, I would like to see VW play CB with JF, leaving JC alongside MS. Saint TGB
  • Score: 1

3:45am Tue 28 Jan 14

bris saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
MoPo had his work cut out anyway taking a team recently in the lower leagues to pushing for Europe. He is doing this whilst the builders are in the training ground. Then he had to contend with his employer and mentor departing the club with no notice providing him with a lot of uncertainty and pressure from the media over his own future as well as that of the star players.

As if that wasn't enough Dani goes and let's him down just when he needed the support of those around him.

Dani you have disgraced yourself and let your manager, team mates, the fans and above all yourself down. In life we all make mistakes. Stand up and apologise unreservedly and assure us all it won't happen again. You will find people very forgiving in these circumstances. The question is - are you man enough?
I totally agree with this comment ,he should be given the chance to redeem himself on and off the pitch but after the events that happened only 1 . otherwise I think he should be sold on.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: MoPo had his work cut out anyway taking a team recently in the lower leagues to pushing for Europe. He is doing this whilst the builders are in the training ground. Then he had to contend with his employer and mentor departing the club with no notice providing him with a lot of uncertainty and pressure from the media over his own future as well as that of the star players. As if that wasn't enough Dani goes and let's him down just when he needed the support of those around him. Dani you have disgraced yourself and let your manager, team mates, the fans and above all yourself down. In life we all make mistakes. Stand up and apologise unreservedly and assure us all it won't happen again. You will find people very forgiving in these circumstances. The question is - are you man enough?[/p][/quote]I totally agree with this comment ,he should be given the chance to redeem himself on and off the pitch but after the events that happened only 1 . otherwise I think he should be sold on. bris saint
  • Score: 0

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