Spurs receive Champions League boost

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

The club have received a huge boost ahead of our Champions League tie with Juventus with the news star striker Paulo Dybala could miss the first leg through injury.

The Argentine forward has been undergoing tests following a problem picked up on Saturday in Juventus’ 1-0 win over Cagliari in Serie A.

The 24-year-old was clearly visibly upset as he left the pitch clutching his right hamstring and was consoled by several team-mates and after the match, Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri told news outlet Mediaset Premium: “We don’t know how bad it is now, but he will have tests.Fortunately we go into a two-week break now and he’ll evidently need to rest more than the others during that time, so hopefully he will be fresh for the final weeks of the season.”

But it now appears the player will be out for around 6-8 weeks which would see him miss the clash with Tottenham on February 13th

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  1. Don’t think we should rejoice over someone else’s misfortune – we are capable of beating any European Team on our day and it makes for a better game if the opposing team plays their full strength squad. Looking forward to playing Bale and Ronaldo in the CL final!

    Really good news would be that Toby and Victor are back in action for us.


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