Spurs’ summer acquisition With a number of pictures on his Instagram account about the ongoing crisis between Israel and Palestine, Manor Solomon has stirred up debate.
After Israel threatened to target hospitals just days prior, the bombing of a hospital in Palestine yesterday night that killed over 500 innocent civilians—mostly doctors, women, and children—shocked the whole globe.
However, Solomon’s tweet has generated a lot of controversy because he blamed Israel and accused Hamas of bombing its own people.
He shared a photo of the explosion along with a statement from the Israeli military that appeared to indicate that a botched rocket launch by a Palestinian resistance group was the likely cause of the explosion at the Al Ahli hospital.
With several more posts that followed, he continued to express his strong support for the Israeli government.
Fans immediately pointed out the absurdity in light of the fact that numerous Muslim players have already had their contracts suspended by their teams for standing up for the Palestinian people against the violence.
On X, one supporter called for Spurs to cut the player from the team.
Others drew attention to the apparent application of different criteria to gamers who post in support of Israel and those who support Palestine.
Anwar El Ghazi, a former player for Aston Villa and Everton, has most recently been punished for his Instagram post supporting Palestine.
In a similar vein, Bayern Munich released a statement denouncing their player Noussair Mazraoui’s pro-Palestine post and demanding an investigation.
Numerous innocent people have already lost their lives as a result of the violence. How many more deaths are necessary? Let’s hope that humanity triumphs and there is peace on earth!
Daniel Levy finally sanctions former player’s request
At the club’s Enfield training site earlier today, Harry Kane made a personal farewell visit to his former Tottenham Hotspur teammates and coworkers.
Before England’s Euro 2024 match against Italy on Tuesday night, Harry Kane’reconnected’ with the players and staff at the Tottenham training facility, according to the Daily Mail.
Prior to Kane’s August transfer to Bayern Munich, Levy did not permit him to say farewell to his previous teammates.
Before leaving for Munich later that day to finish his move to the German giants, he was not even permitted to pick up any of his personal items.
However, Levy granted his former captain’s request this time since the player took time away from preparing for England’s match to visit the training facility of his previous club and properly say goodbye to the staff and teammates.
The English striker’s farewell is an emotional and significant occasion for him because he has spent his entire career at Tottenham and has a special link with the team.
Although his decision to join Bayern was driven by personal goals, a condition in his contract with Spurs may one day enable him to rejoin the team.
He completed his £120 million transfer to Bayern in August, and he has had a fantastic start, tallying 9 goals and 5 assists in 10 matches across all competitions.
Following his two goals against Italy, Harry Kane helped England defeat them 3-1.