Blade Jose Baxter can make the most of his Everton lifeline The 24 year old isn't exaggerating.
Baxter is a prodigiously talented footballer but his short career to date has been littered with off field indiscretions. He remains Everton's youngest ever footballer but was arrested in 2009 on suspicion of possession coach outlet premium outlet of cannabis with intent to supply, and on suspicion of possessing counterfeit money although he was released without charge. In 2015, whilst at United, he was banned for five months after traces of ecstasy were discovered in his system and he persuaded an FA commission that his drink had been spiked. At the same time, Everton's offer to one of their own is commendable, especially in an age largely devoid of loyalty either way. Baxter has made his mistakes but has also served his punishment and coach factory 2016 for someone with coach outlet atlanta downtown a love of football like his, such a lengthy ban from the game will maybe help the penny finally drop. This columnist, for one, certainly hopes it does because coach outlet atlanta discount Baxter has much to offer, on and off the field; both as a footballer, and as a man who knows what it feels like to almost lose everything. "I didn't realise what I had and, up until this happened, I didn't realise how privileged I was," Baxter admitted. "It has made me hungrier and I want it more than ever. I understand I'm getting a reputation for being a bit of bad egg.
I'm not soft. For any manager looking at me there is a big question mark, but that is up to me to go out there and prove that the past is the past." Just like the player largely did over his Blades career, Everton's olive branch has split opinion and it will be fascinating to see whether Baxter can take full advantage of it and resurrect his career, somewhere.
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