I've Worked OUT Who We'll Hire
Oh no, it's the Morning Line
Yesterday, Marca announced that Sergio Reguilon will be returning to London this summer. It’s the same song with each of them.
Toss Matt Doherty into the mix, and you can say with complete confidence that any Spurs manager is handicapped by over €200 million, which only serves to reinforce the notion that the squad is a tired mess.
Yet none of the football press or any of the broadcasters even mention this. Which now makes our coverage less of an anomaly and more of a cover-up.
Bryan Gil appears to have settled in pretty nicely with Sevilla, with the Spanish side affording him meaningful minutes both in La Liga and in the Europa League competitions; he’s averaging just under 60 minutes per appearance.
Here are a couple of assists, and beyond this, there’s a steady smattering of shot assists, progressive runs, and so forth.
Having watched a good few sequences of the now 22-year-old, verdict is that he’s better off where he is, as opposed to the Premier League. What powers this insight? The dramatic absence of falling over. In England, he looked like a boxer in the wrong weight category.
Maybe there is more to come, if there is, then the next 2/3 years will tell us. If we’ve learned anything, it’s that whoever sanctioned him coming to Tottenham in 2021 may have been at the cooking sherry. At that point, Erik Lamela had a street value of zero, so the reported £21.6 million was ‘ambitious’.