Tottenham’s top-4 spot, Champions League tie in doubt with Harry Kane injury | Premier League

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Dan Thomas, Alejandro Moreno, Craig Burley and Gab Marcotti of ESPN FC react to the news that Harry Kane is out until March with ankle ligament damage …


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35 Responses to “Tottenham’s top-4 spot, Champions League tie in doubt with Harry Kane injury | Premier League”

  1. Assclown Central with this panel of fcukwits. No Kane and Spurs win. Again. As they have often done in the past. Do they even know about more than the three or four Spurs players they love to insert into wild transfer rumours? This ESPN shit is little more than entry-level trolling.

  2. Everyone writing Spurs off I love it because they will prove everyone wrong like they have all season. Everyone has been sitting with egg on there faces so far, with Spurs playing at Wembley again, Spurs not signing any players, now this is there new excuse to write Spurs off again, let's see what happens and then talk.

  3. Shame for him, he seemed so determined to win the league top scorer award this season. Aguero and Salah are more focused on trying to win trophies for their club rather than individual awards. Get him fit then sell him. Look at Liverpool now since they sold Coutinho.

  4. And these are the SAME 2 idiots, being CRITICAL/
    BEMOANING of ARSENAL but sending out The
    RESCUE PACKAGE f SPUrDS.) uno, suddenly its
    "oh poor SPUrDS how can they b helped".. BIASED or what.

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