Schneiderlin could owe Saints a debt of gratitude for blocking his move to Spurs!

Let me take you back if you will to the heady summer of 2014.

Some bands I’ve never heard of were producing some mediocre dreary dross that may as well all be by Ed Sheeran and Southampton Football Club were clearing out their deadwood.

Embarking on an exciting new journey under Ronald Koeman, chairman Ralph Kreuger and director of football Les Reed were slowly but surely ridding the squad of those without the desire to work hard for their dreams, those in search of short-cuts

One of those identified as not being surplus to requirements was French midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin. With his heart set on following departed Saints boss Mauricio Pochettino to White Hart Lane, Schneiderlin did what every level headed professional does in a situation of vocational disappointment; had a twitter tantrum.

‘6 years of an amazing journey #saintsfc DESTROYED in 1 hour!!’ read the public outburst, proving that when they…

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4 thoughts on “Schneiderlin could owe Saints a debt of gratitude for blocking his move to Spurs!”

  1. Pretty sure he would want to be playing in a Cup Final and have been playing European football as well as earning more money, but you know best.

    1. …than waiting a season and getting a much better move, where he will earn even more money and play regular cup finals, regular Champion’s League and win League titles? Guess I do.

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