It was reported yesterday that Spurs injury crisis had deepened and the news could hardly have been worse ahead of Sunday’s match with Manchester United. In addition to the club’s existing concerns, influential winger Gareth Bale was said to have been ruled out for up to three weeks with a hamstring problem.

Gareth sustained his injury while training with Wales in the week and although it was said that he only suffered a grade one hamstring tear, it was widely thought that he has no chance of making the squad for Sunday.

The player himself had however talked about making the side and manager Harry Redknapp has also moved to play down the injury.

“That’s absolutely a million miles wrong,” Harry said in answer to the earlier report.

“He hasn’t even got a tear in his hamstring. It’s just a little bit tight but it should be OK. It shouldn’t be a problem.

“We will have to wait and see how he is. Hopefully he should be OK.”

We will indeed wait and see but it is unlikely to surprise too many people if Gareth takes his usual place in the starting XI.

 

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  1. “We will indeed wait and see but it is unlikely to surprise too many people if Gareth takes his usual place in the starting XI” and takes a dive or two, the bloke is a disgrace.

  2. Mind the gap is a bit premature don’t u think? Seeing as it’s fifty years since the league was yours hehe!
    However I do agree that you have to make hay while the sun is shining, so for the limited amount if time you are in front of us, enjoy it as much as u can cos u must seriously think it won’t last a long time. Your rightful place in life is a long way behind us…
    Arsenal
    Dayyyy liiiiight – (so much day light)
    Chelsea
    Spurs…

  3. The jealousy from arsenal fans this season is shining through I reckon u lot must of finaly realised that your team is poor with the odd good performance. Your all screaming about 5-2 but u seem to have forgotten u lost 9-2 against utd earlier this season lol. Get a grip boys your time is over so do us all a favour… Take your french team in disguise and your nonce of a manager and fudge off back to woolwich where u belong. *MINDTHEGAP*

    • Get your facts right joe, it was only 8-2, since then we’ve beaten some bunch of chokers by…now what was the score? Oh yes! 5-2.

      …..and the gap is four points!

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