Darren Anderton was a Spurs player from a generation I thankfully saw little of as this was a time whereby I discovered the female form and all its intricate majesties.
Anderton has since probably achieved more in the hairdressing game than he ever did in football. He’s an unconvincing football commentator.
I once had the misfortune to be in Club Wembley when he was talking and it honestly sounded like the air-con was playing up.
“You hope he’s Tottenham through and through,” Anderton told Press Association Sport. “The way he plays and the way he acts, it certainly looks like he’s happy where he is and hopefully he doesn’t forget that.
If the offer comes in from say Real Madrid, it will be up to Spurs to turn it down. If you look at his age, his talent, the way he is, he’s got to be worth around £150million, even £200million now.
“If they say yes, Harry will get the chance to speak to them and I’m sure if he walks into the Bernabeu with an opportunity to sign, he’d find it very difficult not to. And would you blame him? You couldn’t, absolutely not.”
Anderton wasn’t missed upon leaving Tottenham, and followed a remarkably similar descent into obscurity as Timothy Sherwood Esq., with young Darren going on to grace Birmingham, Wolves and Bournemouth with his ever shrinking wage demands before eventually realising he was surplus to the sport’s requirements.
By the time Harry’s child is of an age to be less reliant upon Kane’s extended family he’ll be 29 years of age.
Is it unthinkable that Kaneinho would quit on us? Of course not. But this is yet another nearly man serving up quotes for radio station that isn’t listened to by sentient beings. You’re boring, and you look like the result of an unpleasant mare and Jimmy Hill having consummated their love for each other.