Eric Dier (30, Bayern Munich) confessed his guilt.

Eric Dier (30, Bayern Munich) confessed his guilt.

“Eric Dier has revealed his regrets about his close friend Dele Alli (28, Everton),” the UK’s ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 9th (Korea time).

Dele Alli and Eric Dier are “best friends” who played together at Tottenham Hotspur. They spent six years together at Spurs. The two players were close, even if they sometimes clashed over their competitive nature.

Alli emerged as “England’s greatest talent” after joining Spurs in 2015. The 19-year-old scored 10 Premier League goals in his first season at the club in 2015-2016 and followed that up with 18 the following season, signaling the arrival of a new prodigy.

Along with Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, and Christian Eriksen, Alli formed the ‘DESK’ line that helped Spurs rise to the top of the table. 바카라사이트 Sky Sports in the UK called him “the next superstar to succeed Wayne Rooney.”

However, his form quickly declined.

His flashes of brilliance disappeared and his movements slowed down. Unable to compete, he moved to Everton in the 2021-2022 winter transfer window.

He didn’t succeed at Everton either. In August 2022, he left on loan to Besiktas JK. However, his season ended early due to an injury that landed him on the operating table.

There was a reason for Alli”s downward spiral. In November of last year, Ali appeared on Sky Sports’ “The Overlap” program, hosted by legendary Manchester United fullback Gary Neville, and opened up about his past.

“My mother was an alcoholic,” he said at the time. I was often molested by a friend of hers when I was six years old, and I started smoking at seven. At the age of 8, I was dealing drugs,” he said of his shocking past.

Ali’s hellish life began to turn around when he met his new parents. “I was adopted by my new parents when I was 12 years old. They worked hard to help me live a normal life. If God created people, it was them,” he says.

When Ali revealed his dark past

soccer fans around the world responded with messages of support. Former Tottenham teammates like Son Heung-min and Eric Dier, as well as his detractors, supported him on social media.

“I watched his interview and was angry. I was angry because I thought, ‘Why didn’t I help him more? I didn’t know his childhood story,” he said.

Dyer has spoken out about Ali again. According to the Daily Mail on September 9, Dyer said, “I have a lot of regret. I wish I could have done more to help him,” Dyer said cautiously.

“It’s not easy to talk about Ali. I talk to him every week. The interview with Gary Neville was hard to watch. I don’t know if I ever watched the whole thing. I don’t know if I’ve seen the whole thing. I’ve only seen parts of it, but it was hard to watch,” he said, sympathizing with his best friend’s struggle.

“It was also annoying when some people would talk to me about him right after that interview. Ali is a special person. I regret that I didn’t do more to help him. In retrospect, 사설 토토사이트 I didn’t know his whole situation. He kept hiding things from me and would tell me important things but only give me 20% of the story,” recalls Dyer.

“I really regret that. There were times when I could have helped him more,” Dyer adds.

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