‘Out of order’ – Some Spurs fans react to Kane’s comments about his brother

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While some Spurs fans admitted that the abuse directed at Harry Kane’s brother and agent, Charlie, during the summer was out of order, many insisted they both deserved it. 

After publicly hinting at his desire to leave Tottenham, Kane allegedly tried to force the club’s hand into selling him to Manchester City by not showing up for pre-season training on time. 

There were plenty of leaks to the press until the final weeks of the transfer window and some Spurs fans did not hold back from having a go at Charlie Kane on social media.

In the end, Daniel Levy held firm and managed to hold on to Kane but the 28-year-old has struggled to find form so far this season.

The Tottenham star admitted to The Evening Standard on Thursday that it was hard to read and listen to some of the things that were being said about his brother. 

Reacting to Kane’s statement, some fans admitted that people took things too far in the summer. However, many Spurs fans suggested that Charlie Kane deserved the criticism he got for the way he handled the transfer.








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Fans are free to criticise Charlie Kane and he should expect that since he is in the public eye by representing Harry. However, abuse is never okay and there was plenty of abuse directed at Charlie over the summer.

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  1. So no abuse towards enic or levy by spurs fans. Why you say. Well if levy and enic had a plan b like a proper second striker or if levy had appointed conte in the first place. So rather than abuse the true one world class player we have for wanting to leave this sorry excuse of a football club maybe spurs fans should if they still have one engage their brains before they speak. No wonder kane wants to leave a club that have the worst trophy record of any of the so called big 6-7 clubs.


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