Alasdair Gold shares what he heard about Djed Spence’s Instagram purge – Spurs Web | Tech Reddy

Alasdair Gold shares what he heard about Djed Spence’s Instagram purge – Spurs Web

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Alasdair Gold said Spurs fans may not be worried about Djed Spence’s decision to ditch everything but one of his Instagram posts, revealing the right-back has done so many times before .

Spence, who helped Nottingham Forest win the Premier League last season, has not started for Tottenham since his transfer to the North London club in the summer.

Djed Spence

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Some reports suggest that the North London club are open to offloading the youngster in January (The Time).

Underneath Spence’s dismal appearance at his lack of game time, reports of his latest social media activity have made headlines.

It emerged earlier this week that the England under-21 has deleted all but one of his Instagram posts, including all references to Tottenham (Nottingham Post).

Some thought the move was the right-back showing frustration over his treatment at the club but Gold has warned Spurs fans not to jump to judgement.

The reporter said on him YouTube channel: “There’s a lot of buzz about Djed Spence because he’s deleted a load of stuff on his Instagram account and everyone’s going to the worst situation there is.

“I asked some people who know him, and it seems that he has done something in recent years. He has part of the cleaning of his account and identification.

“Nothing for Spurs now, but nothing for Forest, Middlesbrough and some of his former teams. What I mean is that he has done it three times. What does it mean, I don’t know. Whatever that means I don’t know.”

Think Web Spurs

Spence’s decision to delete his posts may not make sense but the content doesn’t look good. I struggle to understand the logic of canceling all of Tottenham’s media, including one after joining the club and one after his debut, if the right-back doesn’t want to sending hidden messages of sadness.

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