Tottenham Hotspur fans want midfielder Victor Wanyama to leave the club after his performance in last night’s loss away to League Two Colchester United.
Spurs lost 4-3 on penalties after the game was tied 0-0 after 90 minutes. The Kenya international played the entire game and was given a rating of five out of 10 by football.london, who alluded to his differing performances in the first and second half (via football.london).
Wanyama has been at the club since his move from south coast club Southampton for just £11m in the summer of 2016 (via BBC).
Indeed, last night’s game in the League Cup was the only start Wanyama has managed for the north London club this season. In fact, he was one of a dozen players who were transfer-listed in the summer, with the club hoping to move him on (via Evening Standard).
Now it seems fans have had enough of him after the 28-year-old’s performance last night as they took to Twitter to ask the club to get rid of him.
Here is a selection of tweets from the Spurs fans:
Out: Wanyama, Eriksen, Lamela, Rose
In: Atal, Chilwell/Digne, Dybala/Bruno Fernandes
— Ishaq (@ShaxThfc) September 25, 2019
Wanyama is done.
Eric I just dont know because he hasnt had a run of games since his appendicitis operation. IMO, as a CM, he’s not at the level we should aspire to be. But we’re no where near that level rn so its fair to question his exclusion
— Kidiaba’s Ponytail (@KidiabaPonyTail) September 25, 2019
Wish poch would of done the same, but still he keeps hold of the likes of Wanyama and co
— Sam Myford (@SamMyford1) September 25, 2019
Still think dier would be ok with a run of games. Wanyama is finished !
— Coilm Mc Ardle (@CoilmMc) September 25, 2019
Wanyama leave this club
— BUMMY HILFIGER (@Haysus_) September 24, 2019
Bin Eriksen, Toby, Wanyama and Dele. Use the youth products we’re always shouting about.
— Stuey (@StueyAnselmo) September 25, 2019
Also, sell Wanyama and Eriksen. Bring in a assist machine/ dead ball specialist. (Ryan Fraser/ Maddison type)
— Matt (@WhiteHartDane1) September 25, 2019
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