Opinion: Tottenham can no longer play any of their four new signings

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have been hit with injuries yet again this season and we are only four matches into the new Premier League campaign.

Spurs were crippled by injury problems last season to some of their biggest stars, with Harry Kane suffering two separate ankle ligament issues.

Spurs went 18 months without signing a single player across the 2018/19 season, something they finally put an end to this summer when they bought Jack Clarke.

Tottenham then added Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso, and Ryan Sessegnon to their squad, but they are miraculously now without all four new boys.

Clarke was loaned back out to Leeds, Sessegnon was injured when he was bought, Ndombele picked up a knock after the Man City game, and Lo Celso is now out until late October with a hip injury.

After attempting to strengthen the squad, Pochettino has now been left with a smaller one than ever, with six first-team players out.

How unlucky can you get?

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  1. Its about time we stopped allowing so many guys go to international events without some form of insurance they dont get hurt. This is costing the club a fortune, and screwing up the team that actually pay the wages.

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