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    Post by Guest on Fri Jan 04 2013, 03:53

    Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul is facing another six weeks on the sidelines, the club have confirmed.
    Kaboul, 26, has only played once all season after undergoing surgery on his injured knee in August.
    It was initially predicted that the France international would miss four months of action but he is still nowhere near ready to return.
    And Tottenham No.2 Steffen Freund has revealed that it is unlikely that the defender will return for another six weeks.
    Freund said: "He has been put on a six-week programme. We hope to have him back in mid-February."

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    Post by totalytot on Fri Jan 04 2013, 08:08

    It would be good to have him back in the squad and I feel sorry for him but as I said a few weeks ago we are more than covered in the CD area it's another STRIKER!!!! we need and a MF playmker.

    I read that in the Spanish press they have just voted the worst buys of the season and Modric came top with Song second. I'm not surprissed at Song he was well overated but Modric hasnt settled in. Maybe we can have him back at cut price.

    Mikey M


    Re: kaboul

    Post by Guest on Fri Jan 04 2013, 08:16

    would love modric back if he happy to be rotated.
    imagine that him and dembele fighting for one spot

    modric knows the prem and we be able to get him back for 10/12 mill

    surley better then buying an unteste mountino

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