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[Photos] Tottenham Stars Return To Pre-season Training And Hit The Gym

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Some of Tottenham Hotspur players returned to training at the Enfield training facility as they gear up for the upcoming season ahead.

Goalkeeper Michel Vorm, last summer signing Georges-Kevin N’Koudou and backup goalkeeper Luke McGee were all put through their paces ahead of the pre-season, while Harry Winks too was spotted undergoing some light training.

Vorm has been our second-choice shot-stopper and has done very well each time he has been called upon. He will look to continue in a similar vein come next season.

Young goalkeeper McGee, who spent last season out on loan at Peterborough United was also seen going through the training. The youngster is most likely to join his previous loan club next season as well, if the words of Peterborough manager Grant McCann are anything to go by.

Winks, on the other hand, continued his early recovery from an ankle injury that he sustained on the 1st of April against Burnley as he works on getting in top shape before the club kick off their pre-season campaign. He had an excellent breakthrough season last time around and will look to carry on the good work.

However, all eyes were on N’Koudou. The Frenchman, after arriving last summer, has failed to establish himself in the first team and his recent gaffe of wearing a Chelsea jersey has also not sat down very well with fans. He will need to step it up a level in the coming campaign if he wants to have a prolonged career with us.

After another strong season, where we finished second in the Premier League, another exciting campaign lies ahead of us. The lack of transfer activity is a bit worrying, but let’s hope Poch sorts out everything soon. The aim this season should be getting our hands on a silverware.


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