Tuesday, April 29, 2008

So Kaboul's off then!

A number of Spurs blogs were suggesting last week that perhaps Ramos was going to keep faith with Younes Kaboul and not consign him to the 'exit door' this summer. After this afternoon's widely publicised interview with the Frenchman I very much doubt that is the case.

Kaboul reportedly delivered the following tirade aimed at Ramos:

"What has saved us this season is the Carling Cup. People say we won it because Ramos arrived, but that has nothing to do with him. We would have won it with Martin Jol. Martin was a character, for us he was a father-figure, whereas Ramos, it is just tactics and nothing else. In training, we do a lot of 11 v 0 and stuff on the blackboard to work on our progress with the ball. I played the entire first half of the season but since the change of manager, I have not played. I have had no explanation from him. He doesn't talk with anyone. Communication doesn't exist with him. He isn't playing me? That is his choice - I respect it, I am a professional. I am young and it is the first time this has happened to me in my career. But I am not surprised because when you are a footballer, you must be prepared for that, for good and bad times. Ramos has not really given me a chance."
Whether Ramos sees Kaboul as 'one for the future' or not, what we do know about our new coach is that he won't tolerate players who speak out against him. Despite an encouraging debut Kaboul has been poor. He's young and he's new to English football, so there is plenty of time for things to change. But I think it is now clear that his future lies beyond WHL, and I for one won't be losing any sleep over it.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bye Bye Younes!!!

Anonymous said...

au revouir>>>>>>>>>>>

Anonymous said...

In the words of some one probably wise...


What a twat

Anonymous said...

father figure- who brought us up now is time to stand on ur own 2 feet ur a grown man now fuck off!!!
still luv martin jol brought us good times i want my seat back at the lane!!!

Aaron said...

Spoken like a true loser. Kaboul, it's not Ramos' fault that you're not good enough!

Anonymous said...

had to larf, a French bloke with pidgeon English saying a Spanish bloke who can't speak English is "uncommunative". Hahaha don't sell him, make him sub in the reserves next season and only bring him on in injury time when its pi**ing with rain.

Anonymous said...

GoodBye Kaboul. you wont be missed.

Maff

Anonymous said...

I know you're upset but bollocks man, what are you thinking of doing? You haven't even played well while you've been in the first team.

You have as much as done a Ghaly in my opinion