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Thursday, 6 August 2009

Roy wants Gio, again

Giovani Dos Santos, what happened to such potential? The case for Gio to be promoted back to first team duties resulted in split opinion amongst us when it was argued on here not so long ago.

It seems as though old Roy is looking to bring the Mexican back to Portman Road after completely tearing the Championship apart in the 8 games he played in. Again, on loan. According to Keane, he'd ensure the players 'train properly' and were 'on time'. Do no other clubs ensure this then, Roy?

Harry looks to have made it clear that GDS doesn't feature in any plans this year- there's no Uefa Cup we can throw him in this season. But then again, we all know to never try and second guess Harry.
It looks to be that there's more of a chance Berbatov will be cheered by Spurs fans the next time we play that lot than for Gio to play in the Premiership this season. Shame really.

The end product to our investment in Giovani is likely to be that of the player wearing another shirt and more money into Levy's pocket. I mean, how many times can we keep sending him out on loan?



  1. Just because he played for Barca and scored an end of season hat-trick in a dead rubber game against Real Murcia doesnt make him a good player.

    He never did anything in a spurs shirt to justify anything more than a place on the bench.

    Putting blind faith in players like Dos Santos has held spurs back for years. Then again, maybe he is perfect for a club who's fans slate the manager for buying prem proven players at reasonable prices and winning games 1-0.

  2. Give Gio a chance on left wing,tell him to go past the full back and put the ball into danger areas for the opposition.
    If he does'nt show improvement from his 1st
    season here,then it seems adios would suit both parties.


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