Spurs scouted Valencia right wing

Last season Tottenham regularly sent scouts to watch Valencia right winger Sofiane Feghouli. He is currently the subject of transfer negotiations between Valencia and Turkish side Fenerbah├že , who seemed to have spoken to a high number of players this window as they build a squad. Feghouli is a 25-year-old (26 in December) Algerian international who Valencia want £7.04-million (€10m) for.
Turkish Football

Achievement in achieved through a strong mind and the motivation to do whatever it takes to succeed. If you don't have that motivation it doesn't mean you can't succeed, but the trouble really hits home when you have problems. If you are not mentally right to deal with them then matters don't improve and that's when the excuses start coming out. Winners don't make excuses, they do what has to be done to change things.

Footballers love to make excuses because most are not born with the burning desire of Gareth Bale or Cristiano Ronaldo, they can acquire it, but football lags behind other sports in this respect. There seems to be a spate of excuse making, Spurs in my view, let Soldado down, as he did himself, by not turning to a sports psychologist to solve his confidence issue.

The link shows Soldado citing confidence as the reason he didn't succeed at Tottenham which is an honest frank admission rather than looking for an excuse about not being able to adapt, which is just another way of saying it wasn't prepared to do what it took change my game.
London 24

It didn't take rocket science to see what was wrong with Soldado and what needed to be done to solve the problem which is why the Mauricio Pochettino press conference was disappointing, it could and should have been avoided.
"I don't know" isn't good enough

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