Full team news ahead of the semi final with Chelsea will follow but for the time being, William Gallas has indicated he is fit and ready to return against his former club if needed. For much of this year, the centre back pairing has been an issue but the French international could walk straight back into the side.
“I’m fit to play again and I’m coming back to the squad,” Gallas said earlier today after missing the Norwich match with a calf problem.
Ryan Nelsen has featured in Spurs starting FA Cup line ups since arriving from Blackburn but should he be used from the start at Wembley?

There is however some bad news with reports that Younes Kaboul is out so it looks like being two out of Nelsen, Gallas and King – how would you call it?

 

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  1. Everyone’s making a lot of fuss about the Arry/England debacle being a cause for our bade form. Personally i reckon Dawson’s injury is a more important factor. He was just coming back to form. I think forwards are pretty happy if they have to face Nelson (no offence) though i think he’ll start in place of King.

    Importantly, Gallas always slots back in very quickly even on his first game back after injury

  2. I think we made a massive mistake, letting so many back up players leave in january. Now were reliant on 3 injury prone 30+ centre halves, as kaboul has a knock. corluka should never have been let out on loan, he can cover RB and centre half. Also on the right we let pienar ( I know he is slow but at least would hold his position) go, so when lennon was out we lost our width due to moving central players out wide. Had we had these two we had options either put corluka RB and move walker to RW, or have pienar in front of walker, at least then the team keeps its shape. I just don’t get what harry was thinking leaving the squad so bare, even if these boys were not happy (due to harrys poor rotation) they could have done a decent job.

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