Ghaly accuses Spurs of double standards

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Former Tottenham midfielder Hossam Ghaly has accused the club of double standards.

The Egyptian midfielder threw his Spurs shirt to the ground following his substitution at White Hart Lane in a Premier League fixture against Blackburn in May 2007.

He was brought on in the first half after an injury to Steed Malbranque but lasted just 31 minutes before Robbie Keane replaced him as Spurs chased an equaliser.

“I still regret throwing my shirt to the ground,” Ghaly said.

“But other players, like Robbie Keane, still play for the club after making the same mistake.”

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