Loyalty in football truly is a rarity in today’s day and age. With the way that agents go behind players and clubs backs to get money and the money involved in the game now, one club men are truly rare. However, Spurs fans have hopes of Harry Kane proving his loyalty, despite Teddy Sheringham’s recent comments on the BBC.
Tottenham will have to win trophies if they want to keep striker Harry Kane, says ex-Spurs forward Teddy Sheringham:
— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) 10 March 2019
The former Tottenham Hotspur striker, and the club’s second top goalscorer in the Premier League behind only Harry Kane himself, has claimed that if Kane is to stay at the club then they will have to start winning trophies. The Lilywhites have come up short in their hunt for silverware so far, and Sheringham believes that if they aren’t successful soon then Kane could well be on his way.
These comments from an ex-Spurs player have gone down, as you can imagine, like a lead balloon with the majority of the supporters. They don’t believe that Kane has to go anywhere and are keen to see him show his loyalty to them in the hope that success will come in time. Either way, the thought of Kane leaving is a grim one and the Lilywhites want to see less of this drivel from ex-players like Sheringham.
You can read the Lilywhites’ verdict on Sheringham’s quotes here:
I'll believe when Harry will say it himself
— Darya (@sdamorgendo) March 10, 2019
Think Harry is old enough to speak for himself
— Robert Michael Davis (@RobertM51726029) March 10, 2019
Signed a 6 year contract not going anywhere
— Neil Harrison (@finchyid1710) March 10, 2019
Teddy Sheringham can sod off.
— Juliet Lubega (@ucragirl) March 10, 2019
If Sheringham says it, it must be true. He had plenty of loyalty didn’t he.
— Lee Chesterman (@chestermanlee) March 10, 2019
That old chestnut………..
— Paul (@PaulH_THFC) March 10, 2019
Back to recruiting for Man U then
— Jack (@JackMurray2) March 10, 2019
Paid for opinions are just that
— simon james (@sithespur) March 10, 2019
The Lilywhites have complete faith in Kane staying at the club and don’t think Sheringham’s comments will come to be true.