Who needs an overpriced sick note when our Academy is jam packed with superior talent that will work for food?!
Luke Amos is probably worth £20million, Samuel Shahoua has to be worth £30million and Marcus Edward’s £40million valuation was only made last week by a Vital Spurs reader called PhillipCOYS91.
21 goals, 18 assists, 204 chances created 106 tackles, 327 take-ons completed in just 150 games may sound good on paper, but ask yourself how much £15million really is?
The club only made a pre tax profit of £12million in 2014/15.
Money spent on players may as well be set fire to.
Ross told the CFC fans:
“I’m overwhelmed, I’m looking forward to it and I’m really excited to get started,” Barkley told Chelsea’s official website. To be given a fresh start at a new club like Chelsea, it’s unbelievable for me.
“I’m looking forward to continuing where I left off at the end of last season and hoping to improve and add more goals to my game.”
This is an extraordinary bit of non-business from Spurs, even by Bald Weirdo’s standards. No depths to the squad – just the good ones and the less good ones and an Academy full of haircuts that aren’t good enough.
Who cares, that’s £15million that can spent on loan repayments, eh?