Farewell Didier Zokora. You will be missed. A bit

Ollie Irish

8th, July 2009


After three seasons at the Lane, Didier Zokora is moving on. Spurs have accepted Sevilla’s £7m offer for the Ivorian midfielder, and as a Yiddo I have to say it’s a decent deal, for both parties.
Zokora never quite made good on the immense promise he showed at the 2006 World Cup, but he will be remembered fondly by most Tottenham fans. He could be infuriatingly inconsistent, and his shooting was nothing short of atrocious, but he generally gave his all and didn’t complain when he was dropped. Cheers Didier and good luck in Spain.
Are you happy to see the back of Zokora?

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Sad 2 see him go to be honest, class act, lacking in ability but always gave 100%, hope he does well in Seville.

  2. John Louis Swaine says:

    Class squad player. Gave 100% every time he was on the pitch. Lots of heart and he did a lot of the pointless running that we fans adore.
    Wonderful bloke and I’m sorry to see him go without ever having scored a goal.

  3. Gumsoul says:

    As much as I will miss his filling of gaps and holes in the squad on a weekly basis, I be glad to never see another horrible dive or flop that he was fond of executing. It was just embarrassing.

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