Date: 2nd November 2018 at 12:29pm
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Whilst there have been issues within the fanbase given Tottenham Hotspur’s 2018/19 campaign so far, few can argue about where we sit in the Premier League table at this moment in time and we’ve also got an EFL Cup quarter-final to look forward to.

We’ll leave the Champions League for another time though.

With another pointless and boring international break getting in the way of real football in the month of November, Spurs can expect to have a number of players out representing their countries and two have already been confirmed – Erik Lamela returns to the Argentinian squad, and he’s been joined by youngster Juan Foyth.

With some cute comments on social media talking about Lionel Messi missing out (injured I think) with Lamela coming in, one big theme was, of course, his recall to the group – goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga also featured heavily in the comments and many thought it could only be a matter of time before he was called into the group given his performances for us when called upon.

I hate international windows at the best of times, but congratulations where it’s due – just don’t get injured or fatigued, please.


2 Replies to “Tottenham-tina – Only A Matter Of Time Before The Spurs Contingent Grows For This Country”

  • Ditto, I also hate these naff international breaks, none of our lads get hurt please.

    Congrats to Lamela and Foyth, well deserved, shame for you Gazzaniga, maybe next time. COYS

  • The international breaks aren’t really the problem, yes players can get injured but that’s true every time they play. Its the summer tournaments that are the killer, the time of the year players should be resting and recovering then having a proper pre season.

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