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Kane doesn't show up for training

Apparently. Just seen a few report knocking about saying he's refused to come in. It's started. This cannot be good for preparations. This is the only way he gets to go. I don't blame him if Levy had an agreement with him last year that he could go, providing City have bid at a level we're prepared to sell at. Has to be 150m+.

comment by MK (U9129)

posted on 2/8/21

comment by Silver (U6112)
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comment by MK (U9129)
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comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 30 seconds ago
Can't be ersed reading the thread but has anyone done the striker joke yet?
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No go ahead
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It's scheite.

Kane is on strike - whaddaya expect, he's a striker.

Glad you asked?
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Very glad

posted on 2/8/21

comment by MK (U9129)
posted 51 seconds ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by MK (U9129)
posted 18 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 30 seconds ago
Can't be ersed reading the thread but has anyone done the striker joke yet?
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No go ahead
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It's scheite.

Kane is on strike - whaddaya expect, he's a striker.

Glad you asked?
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Very glad
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πŸ˜‚

comment by ... (U22638)

posted on 2/8/21

I sincerely believe that, if he truly had an agreement with Levy that he could leave should a £100m bid come in and Levy has reneged on that, Kane should develop a back injury and be out until January.

Insurance would pay his wages so Spurs wouldn't be out of pocket, it would give clarity to the tottenham manager that Kane couldn't be part of his plans and it would give Spurs fans a great reason to point their ire at Levy.

You can't be blamed for standing your ground and sticking to your guns when people back out of agreements.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 2/8/21

Clubs don't have that level of insurance.

Even if they did the insurer would contest it cos they're as cvnty at Levy.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 2/8/21

* as

comment by ... (U22638)

posted on 2/8/21

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 10 minutes ago
Clubs don't have that level of insurance.

Even if they did the insurer would contest it cos they're as cvnty at Levy.
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Big clubs definitely do have that insurance. Michael Owen talked about how he was told by Newcastle's then owner years back that he wasn't to be fit again for X amount of weeks - entirely because the insurance was covering his wages.

posted on 2/8/21

comment by One Love - Admin 3 (U1250)
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comment by Terminator1 (U1863)
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comment by One Love - Admin 3 (U1250)
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comment by Terminator1 (U1863)
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comment by One Love - Admin 3 (U1250)
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gardening leave
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Never knew footballers would go on horticultural therapy charity.

Garden leave ffs.
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Have you never heard of it?
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Garden leave yes, gardening leave not for footballers no, or any other employment other than in horticulture
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It’s the same thing, just a different way of saying it. Bit odd that you find it so funny….
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Its completely different ffs. But you love a good argument.

Garden leave means you get paid time off to do fack all.

Gardening leave is a charity aimed at british military veterans to help them deal with mental health issues.
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I’ll go with the Oxford dictionary rather than someone who wears wooden shoes πŸ‘

gardening leave
Learn to pronounce
nounBRITISH
an employee's suspension from work on full pay for the duration of a notice period, typically to prevent them from having any further influence on the organization or from accessing confidential information

posted on 2/8/21

comment by Terminator1 (U1863)
posted 31 minutes ago
comment by One Love - Admin 3 (U1250)
posted 1 hour, 15 minutes ago
comment by Terminator1 (U1863)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by One Love - Admin 3 (U1250)
posted 22 seconds ago
comment by Terminator1 (U1863)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by One Love - Admin 3 (U1250)
posted 3 minutes ago
gardening leave
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Never knew footballers would go on horticultural therapy charity.

Garden leave ffs.
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Have you never heard of it?
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Garden leave yes, gardening leave not for footballers no, or any other employment other than in horticulture
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It’s the same thing, just a different way of saying it. Bit odd that you find it so funny….
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Its completely different ffs. But you love a good argument.

Garden leave means you get paid time off to do fack all.

Gardening leave is a charity aimed at british military veterans to help them deal with mental health issues.
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I’ll go with the Oxford dictionary rather than someone who wears wooden shoes πŸ‘

gardening leave
Learn to pronounce
nounBRITISH
an employee's suspension from work on full pay for the duration of a notice period, typically to prevent them from having any further influence on the organization or from accessing confidential information
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Ouch


posted on 2/8/21

Kane is a prisoner against his own will, free Kane!

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 2/8/21

comment by ... (U22638)
posted 2 hours, 43 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 10 minutes ago
Clubs don't have that level of insurance.

Even if they did the insurer would contest it cos they're as cvnty at Levy.
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Big clubs definitely do have that insurance. Michael Owen talked about how he was told by Newcastle's then owner years back that he wasn't to be fit again for X amount of weeks - entirely because the insurance was covering his wages.
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DYOR. Sure there's insurance but all available information strongly suggests it is highly unlikely to cover 100% of all injuries or salaries and with sizeable excesses and with injured player number triggers. And with the circus around Kane they are highly likely to doubt whether he is injured at all so expect a dispute like all cvnto insurance companies.

Maybe Levy is the cvnt to get into a dispute but it would be yet another debilitation surrounding the club that will see figures liek £150m drop like a stone.

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