‘Down Team is Down’ Worries…Tottenham in injury ward → Van de Ven ‘100 billion winger’ also on the operating table

Tottenham suffered a shock 1-4 defeat against Chelsea in the 11th round of the 2023-24 Premier League on Sunday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England. Kuluczewski opened the scoring in the sixth minute of the first half, but two sending-offs and the loss of defender Mickey van der Vaan and midfielder James Maddison to injury before halftime proved decisive.

With their first loss of the season in 11 games, Spurs drop to second place, one point behind Manchester City at the top of the table. The problem is more worrying going forward.

Van der Vaart and Maddison picked up injuries against Chelsea, and now winger Eden Hazard is set to undergo surgery. The future is indeed worrying.

‘He has been struggling with the injury for months and has decided to undergo surgery,’ The Sun reported on Aug. 8. He was also left out of the Brazil squad for the November A match. 토토사이트

According to the article, Tottenham have been dealt another blow with the injury as he is set to undergo surgery on his foot. The player admitted that he is “suffering after a difficult few months due to injury.”

Speaking to Brazilian media after the loss to Chelsea, the Frenchman broke down in tears and revealed that he will have to undergo surgery “sooner or later.”

“The last few months have not been easy for me. I’ve had health problems,” he confided, “I’ve already spoken to the doctors and I’m going to have surgery on my pubic bone soon.”

“I suffered for eight months, playing for the national team and club, but I didn’t take care of myself. I think it’s time to take a break, and in a few days I’ll do what’s best for me,” he said of the surgery.

He’s not the only one. Mickey van der Vaart, who went down holding the back of his right thigh against Chelsea, will also be out for an extended period. Center back Mickey van der Vaart will be out for three to four months after suffering a hamstring injury, according to media reports. He avoided surgery, but a muscle tear will keep him out until the beginning of the year.

James Maddison also suffered an ankle injury against Chelsea and is unlikely to play in the next game. There is no exact diagnosis yet, but it is expected to be difficult, according to the media. In addition, Spurs are without Ivan Perisic, Manor Solomon, and Ryan Sessegnon.

In addition, Spurs face Wolverhampton away on Nov. 11, with Destiny Udoh and Christian Romero also suspended. That’s five players out through injury and two through suspension. Romero is likely to be suspended for the game against Aston Villa on Wednesday.

Spurs will then have a bye week before facing Manchester City on December 4. It’s a crucial game that could decide the fate of the season, and Spurs will likely be without their two starting center backs.

If Spurs don’t get over this hump, they could struggle to return to the Champions League. United legend Gary Neville believes that Spurs will run out of steam by next spring. The reasoning is that despite their unexpectedly strong start to the season, they can’t sustain their form throughout the season like Man City. 

The supercomputer’s projected rankings after one loss also calculated that Spurs would not return to the Champions League. They would finish fifth, behind Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Newcastle.

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