Y'know when you're a kid – big enough to be walking around but not really big enough to know what's happening, ever – and you get lost in Tesco? The big Tesco, not a little Express or something?
There's that crystallised thought: I don't know where I am, and I don't know how I got here, but I wish I wasn't and I don't know what to do about it. I am, to quote a popular American stand-up,
Here's @_scottsaunders & @ThatChris1209 reflecting on, let's say, attritional game of football at Craven Cottage - won by a moment of quality from @Ryanbabel.— 90min (@90min_Football) April 27, 2019
FT @FulhamFC 1-0 @CardiffCityFC! pic.twitter.com/q8VK2S06XS
He's been in the team, and out of the team. He's played for the manager who trusted him to play a leading role in a promotion battle, and he's played for Premier League-winning Claudio Ranieri – who didn't trust him at all. Now he's playing for Scott Parker.
When Sessegnon stayed put over the summer and didn't look to force a move to a club like Tottenham or United, it was the smart play. The sensible option. Stay, get the playing time in a system that you know, for a club who know you. Then Fulham spent the last year blowing all of that goodwill, and stunted the growth of the one transcendent talent they have.
Source : 90min