Former Tottenham Hotspur prodigy Luke Amos, as confirmed, has suffered yet another ACL injury whilst plying his trade at QPR. This has prompted reliable Spurs journalist Alasdair Gold to react as the ‘poor guy’ picked up an injury similar to the one he suffered in north London.
Amos, who has suffered his fair share of injury problems, was offloaded in the summer by chairman Daniel Levy and the west Londoners snapped him up in an effort to get the best out of a player wgo Mauricio Pochettino once described as ‘amazing’, but now, Amos faces even more time on the treatment table with another ACL injury.
The 23-year-old was once billed as a real prodigy for Spurs, but as Gold explains, his luck with knocks and serious injuries has been unfortunate – with Amos potentially facing an uncertain future and the journalist simply exclaiming ‘not again’.
Poor guy. Not again. https://t.co/QeX8ncU0N5
— Alasdair Gold (@AlasdairGold) October 20, 2020
Amos will now miss the remainder of the Championship season, with his previously injured anterior cruciate ligament not being the issue this time.
Indeed, as confirmed by Gold, it is the other knee that has been hurt – leaving Spurs supporters to potentially wonder what might have been with Amos if it wasn’t for his bad luck with recent injuries.
The starlet impressed under Pochettino at the start of the 2018/2019 season before picking up his first serious knock which ruled him out of the whole campaign, halting the momentum of a promising start.
Levy then opted to offload the player to QPR after he impressed there on loan, getting regular game time after his recovery from the serious knee issue.
However, after this latest injury, he is set to miss another campaign – with Amos now working to get back to full fitness ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.
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