Alasdair Gold reveals the facts surrounding Harry Kane’s trip to the United States

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Football.London’s Alasdair Gold revealed that Harry Kane had four full days of training ahead of the Brighton clash after returning from the United States.

Kane, along with the majority of the Tottenham players, put in a lacklustre performance yesterday, with Brighton taking away all three points thanks to a late winner by Leandro Trossard.

The home side failed to register a single shot on target through the ninety minutes.

Some Spurs fans on social media questioned whether Kane’s public trip to the US to watch the Masters was to blame for the striker looking so off-colour.

However, Gold has now explained that Kane flew back to London soon after the final day of the Masters last Sunday.

The striker is said to have joined the remainder of the Spurs squad in training on Tuesday and reportedly had four full days of training ahead of the clash against the Seagulls

So, the 28-year-old seemingly had more than enough time to overcome his jetlag.

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Some fans were always going to be upset if Kane did not produce the goods following his public trip to the US. I personally have no problem with what the striker did and I do not think it is fair to question his professionalism.

However, there is perhaps a lesson to be learned for Kane in keeping his private life a little more discreet. Footballers are under a lot of scrutiny in the age of social media and I do not think it is wise for them to broadcast what they do off the pitch.

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  1. You don’t think it’s fair to question the professionalism of a man who is paid more in a couple of months than some people earn in a lifetime? The basic requirement of that salary is complete dedication to the club and the cause, neither of which were displayed by Kane this week and we saw the results of this on Saturday. Morons like you who condone this behaviour are the reason that they get away with it.

  2. Bob is entitled to his opinion and I could understand his view up to the point where he felt the need to use the word ‘moron’. Only sensible, courteous debate on here please Bob. This is a ‘proper’ debate. Otherwise head for Talksport please


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