Published: Sun, November 19, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Tottenham's Alderweireld out until after Christmas

Tottenham's Alderweireld out until after Christmas

Alderweireld limped off with the problem in Spurs' 3-1 Champions League victory over Real Madrid on November 1 and was clearly frustrated at the injury curtailing his game.

"Maybe after the Christmas period is the expectation".

There was better news on Spurs' other fitness doubts after Harry Kane (knee), Hugo Lloris (groin), Harry Winks (ankle) and Dele Alli (hamstring) all returned to full training on Thursday. It will be longer [than we thought]. "We need to wait". I'm happy because if they can not play Saturday, be sure they're close to playing Tuesday [against Dortmund] or next weekend [against West Brom].

Rose played in Tottenham's previous Premier League game against Crystal Palace, but was dropped in favour of Ben Davies for the trip to Emirates Stadium and did not not making the short trip to the game at Emirates Stadium, with club sources suggesting he was ordered to work with younger players at the club's Enfield training base. "It's not a big issue like Toby Alderweireld".

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They finished above Arsenal last season for the first time in 22 years and already sit four point clear of Arsene Wenger's side this term. "We need to show massive respect to them".

A large section of Arsenal fans have grown increasingly disgruntled with Wenger, under whom their team has failed to win the Premier League since 2004 and now lost his proud record of qualifying for the Champions League year afer year.

In a recent interview with The Independent he tried to claim some of Mauricio Pochettino's success was down to him though, which we're not buying at all.

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