These are grown men who have left home, earning a load of cash, whether they play or not. Play, not work.
They are not 4 year old children who still wet the bed, looking for attention.
JFC, this is what's wrong with the world.
If that was what's wrong with the world we'd be on easy street.
Anyway, can the fact that the guy wants to play, rather than just take the money and sit on the bench, be held against him?
I guess the fact that he has let it be known in the press that he's unhappy and would like a move is bound to piss people off somewhat. But Big Virgil downed tools at his last club when he wanted a move, for example. I'm still glad we signed him and don't hold it too much against him at a personal level. Migs has been out in the cold for a year, having been fu**ed about a bit as a #1 who suddenly kept needing rested for big games. No doubt Jürgen had his reasons, and he's not exactly got much wrong when it comes to man management, but from Migs point of view obviously he didn't find it too pleasant, and would like to leave. He has let it be known he's not happy, but ( so far anyway) he's not downed tools or done anything really out of order.
He was not good enough to be our #1, and I think it might have been better if he left. But if Jürgen wants him to stay, I see no reason to go after him at a personal level, and I hope he gets decent backing from fans if he is called on this season.