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Tottenham's Kane to step up recovery from ankle injury next week

07 Février 2019

In keeping with a season of struggle, Tottenham were forced all the way by a dogged Newcastle, buoyed by a stunning 2-1 win over Manchester City in midweek that carried the Magpies five points clear of the relegation zone. Now I feel every game, I feel much better.

"I think it was a fantastic second half performance, the first half was hard to create chances, although we dominated we didn't create much".

There had been a few times in the game when he received the ball 25 yards or so from goal and tried to work room for a shot, only for the well-drilled Newcastle defence to shut down the gaps. We're there because we believe in ourselves.

Tottenham will have to make all their changes on a mental level and that's exactly the sort of thing that a new stadium could provide an uplift towards.

"You have to believe until the referee's whistle". Regardless of what City does Wednesday, Liverpool's home bout vs. Bournemouth Saturday suddenly has a lot more urgency hanging over it-and the Premier League title race has become all the more intriguing.

"Normally I never celebrate goals, but I felt a little bit of freedom to celebrate because we deserved to win".

"We will see next week how we go, start to get the balls out and just see how the ankle reacts". I don't want someone injured, as a human, but someone has to be ready.

Pochettino, who declined to comment on Batshuayi, said he would allow Dutch striker Vincent Janssen back into the first team after the player failed to secure a move away. Tottenham has a great history in football, but it's not the type of club which used to win every season. His point is that most players at the top clubs in Europe are all capable of beings successful if they are pushed in training, drilled with the proper mentality, and utilized correctly on the field.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Arsenal star Perry Groves explained that Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri won't stay beyond the ongoing Premier League season at Stamford Bridge. "We care just about us".

Tottenham's Kane to step up recovery from ankle injury next week