Video: Sherwood claims Kane injury could be ‘a season-ender’ for Spurs

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Tim Sherwood

Former Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood has claimed that Harry Kane’s injury could be a season-ender for the club if Jose Mourinho does not change the team’s style of play.

Kane injured both of his ankles against Liverpool and had to come off at half-time and although he is yet to have a scan, some reports indicate that Spurs are hopeful that he could be back in around three weeks.

Tottenham have been heavily reliant on the England captain to both score and create goals this season and Sherwood believes that the team cannot afford to defend deep and play on the counter-attack if the 27-year-old is out of action for a sustained period.

Here’s what the 51-year-old told Sky Sports about how Tottenham will cope without Kane:

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As much as I hate Tim Sherwood and disagree with almost everything he says, he is right on this occasion. If we do not have Kane feeding Son up front, we have to create a lot more chances to score goals. Hopefully, Mourinho recognises that and opens up a bit more than he has in some games this season.

 

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  1. Tim sherwood is spot on proved point way we played well didn’t against Brighton no bite no commitment no attacking ideas where oh where is deli.will he put academy team out after that shambles tonight were bereft of any ideas on how to play a 45 mill Brazilian as cover for kane he just about championship level team needs rebuilding from back.id let jane go get money in and start again son will go if things do t improve.the man who should go is levy and if those summer buys bar 2 players are all jose choice he needs to go why levy wasted money on bales salary o ly 1 reason to get fans off his back well its dropped him in it and with games coming g ip can’t see a win in next 5 there’s trouble ahead

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