This is the Everton news with Simon Jordan coming into the godison park to clear the air over the everton ace whom the fans feel sympathy for.
Dele Alli, according to Simon Jordan, does not deserve pity for his present circumstances at Everton.
He has struggled to establish himself as a regular at Goodison Park since joining from Tottenham Hotspur in January.
Jordan believes Alli is to blame for his condition, as he has been linked with a transfer away from the club.
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“For everybody looking at Dele Alli, it’s absolutely dependent upon him,” he stated on talkSPORT. Nobody should feel sorry for him if he shows up in a Rolls Royce at Everton.
He is unworthy of even a smidgeon of pity. Someone should shove their foot in his jacky for the potential he’s squandering.”
With his lifestyle and approach toward the game, Alli has done himself no favors.
He was regarded as one of the finest offensive midfielders in the world at Spurs under Mauricio Pochettino.
At the time, his statistics were better than those of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, and there was genuine hope that he could develop into something extraordinary.
However, Alli has regressed significantly over the last four years, and you have to sympathize with him.
There might be things going on that we’re not aware of, and Jordan continues mentioning how overpaid athletes are, as if they’re immune to mental illness.
We’re not claiming Alli is going through anything major, but it’s difficult to rationalize such a good player’s rapid deterioration.
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