Tottenham fans here in the Tavern are fearing the worst, as injuries continue to take their toll on the club meeting their aspirations for this season.
Mauricio Pochettino has had a rather unfortunate season in North London, as a constant injury crisis has halted any progress being made by the Lilywhites. And, with their all-important Champions League second-leg encounter coming up against Juventus on the 7th of March, our local residents are hoping that their beloved Spurs suffer no more setbacks prior to the clash.
But, it appears as if the curse is yet to be lifted from Wembley Stadium, as the influential pairing of Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld are both currently out through ankle and hamstring injuries respectively. Although, the latest developments suggest that both absences are expected to be ‘short-term’, something that won’t fill fans with too much hope after seeing Erik Lamela and Victor Wanyama sidelined for much longer than was first expected.
Indeed, Tottenham’s Twitter account took to notify fans of the team news ahead of tomorrow’s FA Cup replay against Rochdale.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 27, 2018
Following the club’s post, fans were quick to predict the exact time they’ll spend out on the sidelines, as they now fear for their upcoming fixtures.
Nevertheless, here’s a look at exactly the sort of reaction being given off by supporters on social media…
— Mohan (@vindiesela3) February 27, 2018
Out for the season then.
— PJ (@paulj86) February 27, 2018
@hm_thfc yous in a nervous sweat, waiting til Juve now?
— AM (@AmirEoinM) February 27, 2018
Short term meanin out for the Juventus game?
— Waldo The Spur (@WaldoTheSpur) February 27, 2018
6 months later – they will expected to be out for short term injuries
With the medical staff we have see you till September
— J.R (@JonathanRixera) February 27, 2018Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
That’s 6 weeks out then, by the time they get back and prove fitness…
— Sevilla_Spurs (@Sevilla_Spurs) February 27, 2018