Now he's telling ESPN that he wishes Swansea had never called, because "the situation required real work and some time," and he was "set up to fail" because some people (specifically, he says in the linked video interview: "the Chairman, the Supporter's Trust, and some supporters") never liked him.
I'd like to see the detailed math on how they came up with 114.3MM in player expenditures versus 89.9MM in income from player sales. I've tried to give these guys the benefit of the doubt, but it sure doesn't seem to add up, TBH.
More from the writer about this interview:
Didn't go easy, Daniel - I said to them it would be weak if I did act like that given what I've been writing. But, to be fair, they weren't confrontational in response, nor in denial. Admitted mistakes. As I said previously, not everyone is like that. Wish I could have wrote more
Fabianski is my Polish Paisano, and he's been arguably one of the best keepers in the league this year; but it's not him, FF, or our leading scorer, Little Bro Ayew.
Alfie has been the glue of the club. He hasn't always looked his best 100% of this season; but no other outfield player wearing the shirt was looking all that great even half the time before CC arrived.
If we don't survive for another year at the top, it's a moot point. But if we do, he's our Siggy/AAyew/Bony of this coming summer; and we need to get another nice payload, if he wants to go, too. Goofy ginger that he is, maybe Swansea has 20% chance he doesn't go, versus the rationally normal 2%. Or maybe I'm delusional.
But for all the crap the recruiting artery of this club has perhaps rightfully earned...they pulled yet another fast one, right after Ash bailed out. That can't be denied.
All the summer students got the extra minutes, both male and female. But then why create and reinforce any stigmas by stating that this was done only because "female candidates might be more likely to be adversely affected by time pressure?"