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Tottenham captain Ledley King made his return to action in a behind closed doors friendly against West Ham midweek.



Tottenham captain Ledley King made his return to action in a behind closed doors friendly against West Ham midweek.

In a squad consisting mainly of youngsters returning from loan spells after the football league season ended, King and fellow centre back Sebastien Bassong were the only two senior squad players to participate in a game where Spurs came from 2-0 down to win 3-2.

It is the first action since the 2-1 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage back in October and, after coming through the match unscathed for the full 90 minutes, is likely to be avalable for selection for the remaining fixtures against Liverpool on Sunday and Birmingham City on May 22nd.

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Tottenham could be handed major boost with three stars set to return for Leicester clash



Tottenham could see three defenders return for Leicester City clash

Tottenham have to dust themselves off after the 2-2 draw against Olympiakos as they face Leicester City at the weekend.

The 4-0 win over Crystal Palace seems long gone in memory as we squandered a 2-0 lead in Greece on Wednesday.

Our Champions League campaign hasn’t started off well and neither has our Premier League season.

Apart from some unexpected results, Tottenham have had injury concerns, but reports that Danny Rose and Serge Aurier should be back in action against the Foxes.

The pair was left behind for the clash against Olympiakos in midweek as Mauricio Pochettino is expected to rotate his side in the coming weeks.

The return of Foyth

Juan Foyth hasn’t played a minute for Spurs this campaign after injuring his ankle during pre-season.

The versatile defender, who can play as a centre-back or right-back, is also expected to make his return to the team against the Foxes. The Sun reports that the Argentine has returned to full training and is in line to make his debut on Saturday.

Foyth could solve our right-back problems as Davinson Sanchez’s move to that position hasn’t worked out all that well.

Having Rose and Aurier on the opposite sides should provide us with a greater attacking threat from the full-back positions while Foyth’s natural position is central defence.

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Tottenham have to be wary of the threat possessed by Leicester. The Foxes have already done well against Chelsea this season, and it will be interesting to see how we fare at the King Power stadium.

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“Just drop him”, “Disgrace” – Some Tottenham fans lash out at key star after Olympiakos draw



Tottenham fans lash out at Christian Eriksen after poor performance against Olympiakos

Tottenham’s start in the Champions League didn’t go as planned as they threw away a two-goal lead against Olympiakos.

Spurs had more talented players compared to their opponents, but the home side showed a lot of spirit and heart as they clawed back from 2-0 down.

Things started brightly for us as we scored via Harry Kane and Lucas Moura. We didn’t play all that well but a team with our quality should have been able to keep the opposition at bay and close out the game.

Christian Eriksen

However, Daniel Podence got one back for the hosts before Mathieu Valbuena scored from the spot in the second half. The game opened up a bit in the final minutes as both teams tried to get the third goal, but we had to be content with a point from the first game.

There were several Tottenham players who struggled on the night but some fans picked on one player in particular.

Eriksen has a tough night in Greece

The Dane hasn’t been consistent this season, and it will be interesting to see how he responds at the weekend against Leicester City. Eriksen’s future is also in doubt as the midfielder is out of a contract at the end of the season, and he could leave on a free transfer next summer.

Many Tottenham fans were frustrated with the performance of the 27-year-old and lashed out at the Dane on Twitter.

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Tottenham to take a call on 18-year-old’s future after his struggle for game time



Tottenham are contemplating recalling Jack Clarke from Leeds United

The Mirror claims that Tottenham are contemplating recalling summer signing Jack Clarke from Leeds United. The 18-year-old joined Spurs in the summer but was sent back on loan to his former side.

Clarke made a name for himself by coming off the bench in several games last season but hasn’t played a league game this season.

Jack Clarke
Jack Clarke

The 18-year-old has only featured in a couple of cup games under Marcelo Bielsa, and the report adds that the Argentine hasn’t spoken to Clarke regarding his lack of playing time.

The English youngster is frustrated with his position at the club and believes Bielsa is snubbing him (h/t Mirror).

Tottenham have a recall option for the 18-year-old

The report adds that Spurs have an option to recall the Englishman and his chances of playing for Leeds have reduced as the Whites have been knocked out of the Carabao Cup.

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Jack Clarke signs for Tottenham

Clarke is unhappy with his situation at the club and is open to leaving his boyhood club for more game time (h/t Mirror).

The 18-year-old returning to Spurs isn’t a bad option as Mauricio Pochettino has worked well with young talents, however, it will be difficult seeing him play regularly for the first-team this season.

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Clarke could be sent out to another Championship club for more experience, and it will be interesting to see what happens with the English winger.

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“Worst medical team”, “Will he ever play?”: Some Tottenham fans vent out frustration as summer signing isn’t ready for action yet



Tottenham fans frustrated as Ryan Sessegnon is still unfit for team

Tottenham have some big games ahead of them as their schedule is filled with European and domestic cup ties.

The Champions League finalists did strengthen the side in the summer by landing four players, with one youngster out on loan at Leeds.

Ryan Sessegnon

Ryan Sessegnon, Tanguy Ndombele and Giovani Lo Celso all have tons of potential and are below the age of 23.

However, the trio has faced injury problems since joining the club, with Lo Celso the latest to be out for a while. The Argentine injured himself during the international break while Ndombele picked up a problem before that.

The two players have looked good in the minutes they have received but we are yet to see Sessegnon in action. The 19-year-old suffered a hamstring problem during national duty with the England U21 side and is still not ready for action.

Another set-back for Sessegnon

Tottenham provided an update of their stars ahead of their opening Champions League encounter and Sessegnon’s hamstring woes were far from over.

Juan Foyth is also out for a while, but it is frustrating seeing the talented Englishman struggle to regain fitness without having kicked a ball for us.

Tottenham have had a history of injuries to their top stars, and many supporters were frustrated and upset over Sessegnon’s issues.

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