Their forum sounds much the same as this one - someone somewhere comes up with an idea about a player and then it just runs and runs ad infinitum without any actual proof or substance to the initial idea other than "...it must be true because someone else has said it on an internet forum..."
I'm sure they know just as much as we do about the influence that his agent and his Dad has had on his decisions and career over the last few years. I'm still waiting for the proof that he wasnt ill during the pre-season when he left us - but it has become fact because enough people repeated it, even despite the Bristol manager saying in an interview with Bristol media that his debut there had been delayed because he had been ill, but of course he must be lying too.
It was the same with James Roberts, who somebody somewhere decided 'had an attitude', which thus became fact on here and used to criticize him at any opportunity without any consideration of whether that was actually the case, or whether there was anything else going on in his life that might be weighing on his mind....
It always amazes me how many people are intimately acquainted with the innermost thoughts, attitudes and influences of young men whom they have never actually met, apart from watching them run around a field on a Saturday afternoon (or not actually be selected on a particular occasion, which appears to be more than enough proof of everything that they come up with).
I’ve got the book on my phone - it’s all taken directly from it. That’s Kitson talking about when COD’s dad signed a new deal with us behind his back and sacked him as his agent, and also outlining the plans he had for COD overall. Namely move him to a Championship club 12 months before he went there anyway for around a quarter of a million. Or so he is claiming, anyway. He doesn’t always come across as the most grounded of gentlemen.Where are this extracts taken from and what’s the context?
Whats a Dave Kitson?David Kitson's book the Secret Footballer is hilarious. Kitson is unbelievably deluded about his ability, thinks Wenger watched him all game wondering why he had "lowered himself" to a team playing direct football when he is such a talented footballer.
He had to call it the secret footballer, because deep down he knows he is not a big enough name to sell big numbers of books. It's deluded to the extreme.