Many of Spurs current squad are in international action tonight but in the meantime, on loan right back Adam Smith has impressed on his debut for the under 21’s in their 4-1 win over Israel last night.

Smith, who is currently playing his football at MK Dons enjoyed a solid performance and had a hand in England’s second goal before he was joined on the pitch by Steven Caulker. Previously, Adam had played at every England level from under 16 through to under 20 and he is starting to look a good prospect for the future.

Meanwhile, Spurs potentially have Scott Parker, Jermain Defoe and Gareth Bale to watch out for during the England Wales game while Younes Kaboul, Roman Pavlyuchenko and the Croatian trio of Modric, Kranjcar and Corluka could all be in action elsewhere.

Spurs fans will be looking for their performances with great interest but above all, we hope that all players return injury free from their international exploits.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. good luck to the lads, hopefully our next appointment can be someone with a track record of developing young players as we now have an impressive list on the books. the loaning of these players is sure to aid their development, lets hope Caulker can become a top CB whilst at Swansea and then he can save us a few mil in the transfer market. same with Naughton, Bogdani, etc

  2. Good luck to the Spurs internationals. I’d personally like to see the Croat-trio become a quartet with Rakitic… but maybe that’s just me thinking FIFA style… 😉

    Swansea seem to be composed about passing the ball out of defense rather than bombing it up field (to be recovered by the other team) — hopefully Caulker brings that mindset back to Tottenham.

  3. Won’t be looking at anyone who doesn’t play for England with interest. Pav is a waste of space, Kaboul is a liability, Krancjar will only play if we continue to have injuries. Bale, Corluka and Modric we hope return fit and well as they are important.

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