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“We don’t want him” Tottenham fans continue to be in a very unforgiving mood
By Bruce Grove -

Joe Rodon and Ben Davies have been called up to the Wales national team for the next international window and not many Tottenham fans care one bit.

Both defenders haven’t been regulars for the club recently and some of their fans believe they could do without them, especially Davies.

The left-back has lost his place in the team to Sergio Reguilon and struggles when he eventually gets a chance to play.

Davies remains a key player for Wales, however, it seems that there are not many Spurs fans that give a damn and would prefer he never returns to the Tottenham Stadium.

Rodon has found it hard to break into the Spurs senior side for this campaign and Cristian Romero has increased the competition for a place in the team.

A number of fans wonder why he is good for his country, yet he cannot get a game at the Tottenham Stadium.

The Lilywhites posted the news of the duo’s call-up on their Twitter account and here are some reactions:

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England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago

I hope this Bruce chappy doesn’t have to rely on income from this utter bilge he continues to publish on here, he’s gonna starve !!

Limerick AL
Limerick AL
1 month ago
Reply to  England Mike

You should hear his Brother, Ladbrook. 🤔

Archibald&Crooks
Archibald&Crooks
1 month ago

Rodon doesnt deserve any flak

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago

It’s a bit unfair that Davies attracts so much flak when the problems are so deep at Spurs and not of his making.

He is what I’d call an honest pro not overly talented but does his best.

The problem is some fans look at players like Ben, Sissoko, Aurier, Doherty, Moura, Lamela, and all the rest and ask themselves would Davies or any of the others make the first team of United, City, Chelsea and Liverpool.

That’s not Davies fault, the fault lies elsewhere and has landed us in the situation we are now in.

StuSpur
StuSpur
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Davies featured on the Amazon doc saying ‘I don’t know why people are saying we need players’. So not only is he a below average footballer, he is also thick.

Dexter
Dexter
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

“Not overly talented but tries his best” is commendable, but useless. That same analogy can be used for far to many of our squad. Lamela (gone, obviously) Moura, Winks, Dier…. I could go on, but it would take all day.
We’re supposed to be a club who believe we belong in the CL. That calibre of player should not be in the squad. There’s no room for the “he tries” sentimental drivel.

Dino
Dino
1 month ago

At least Davies has heart, passion & can never be accused of throwing the towel in even if thats accompanied by limited ability… I would rather a sqaud of players of his ilk than lo celsos….

Dexter
Dexter
1 month ago
Reply to  Dino

Heart and passion are all well and good, but not really relevant if you’re not a very good footballer. I have heart and passion for the club in spades, but if I was playing at left back, we’d be playing non-league football before you could say “ENIC out!”

Dino
Dino
1 month ago
Reply to  Dexter

People have differing levels of talent, and whether you think he’s good enough to play for us on that basis is fair enough… however numerous first team/sqaud players dont show the heart & desire Davies shows everytime he wears the shirt & that is commendable. How many league games this season have you seen the first 11 show that level of commitment? Its one thing losing because you were outperformed by better players, something else if its because you showed little or no effort

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