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Is this Arsenal and Tottenham target right to feel aggrieved?

Date: 30th July 2014 at 6:44pm
Written by Christy Malyan

The great St Mary's fire sale continues, with news breaking this afternoon that Morgan Schneiderlin has handed in a formal transfer request at Southampton. The news follows a renegade Twitter tirade yesterday evening, the sought-after midfielder tweeting "6 years of an amazing journey with #SaintsFC DESTROYED in 1 hour," following a meeting with Executive Director Les Reed and CEO Gareth Rodgers where Schneiderlin was told he wouldn't be allowed to leave the south-coast outfit, despite well-documented interest from Arsenal and Spurs. Breaking reports suggest the Frenchman refused to take part in today's training session at Staplewood. The social media outburst, and indeed, the entire Schneiderlin situation, raises an interesting point - does the France international have a right to feel aggrieved, or should he be accepting the decision of his employers and the terms of his contract? Well, you can certainly understand it from the France international's point of view, even if his methods come with a dose of childish unprofessionalism. He's already witnessed Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Luke Shaw, Dejan Lovren and ... Read More

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