Dele Ali (27, Besiktas)’s ‘original teacher’ actively advocated for a disciple who had nowhere to go.
Ali made his professional debut at MK Dons in Ligue 1 (third division) in 2012 at the age of 16. When he moved to Tottenham in 2015 and was recognized as England’s top talent, he was also picked for his A squad. He also boasted of perfect compatibility with Son Heung-min. However, Ali began to ride a downward curve from the 2018-2019 season.
After moving from Tottenham to Everton in January of last year, he was loaned to Turkie’s Besiktas this season. But Ali is still on the outside.
Former MK Dons manager Carl Robinson expressed regret over Ali’s current situation and asked for time. He told ‘Talk Sports’ on the 26th (Korean time), “Ali can seem frivolous. Once, he was taken to the locker room by a senior player because he was making a mocking face. I did the same. So I pinned him to the locker room wall. There was,” he summoned the past.메이저사이트
But he said it was a misunderstanding. “I’m not kidding, Ali was that kind of person. After that, he said to me, ‘Director, I’m not trying to be rude or rude,'” Robinson said. “I want to be with Ali more and spend more time with him. The more I understand him, the more I realize that he is a kind and caring person.”
Ali has scored just three goals in 15 appearances for Beşiktaş this season. He was recently embroiled in a controversy over ‘unauthorized departure’. Beşiktaş coach Senol Gunes caused controversy when he commented, “I gave Ali a short vacation, but he hasn’t returned yet. It’s raining and that’s why he doesn’t seem to be coming back. We have to find out where he is.”
Ali said on his social media, ‘There are a lot of messages and I’m trying to organize them clearly. He has been granted permission by the club to receive a scheduled medical appointment today. I will return to normal training,” he explained, but it seems that he has crossed a bridge of no return.
“Ali makes mistakes too,” Robinson said. You can do it again. We’ve already seen it on the world stage.” “If you look at the data, you can see that he is one of the players who hit the ground the hardest and ran the most distance,” he added.