Danny Gabbidon has suggested on Twitter that he was wrong about Tottenham Hotspur defender Serge Aurier.
The 40-year-old former West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers defender has admitted that he thought that Aurier was going to be a good signing for Tottenham when he joined the North London outfit from Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2017.
Gabbidon has conceded on Twitter that he was wrong about the 26-year-old Ivory Coast international right-back after watching him have a very disappointing game for Tottenham in their Champions League hammering at the hands of Bayern Munich at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Aurier was one of the worst players on the pitch during the game, and had one of his worst games in a Tottenham shirt.
I thought Aurier was gonna be a good signing for Spurs…. I was miles off it with that thought! I’ve never seen a player with pace, get done so much by pace! Zero game intelligence.
— Daniel Gabbidon (@Gabbidon35) October 1, 2019
Aurier is not exactly a bad right-back, but it is clear that the former PSG man needs to improve.
If the Ivory Coast international – who is valued at €10 million (£8.9m) by the CIES Football Observatory – wants to retain his place in the Tottenham first team, then he will have to work hard and step up his game.