Video: Steven Bergwijn provides update on injury progression and how he got it

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have been in the wars since the turn of the new decade, with a number of key attacking players picking up long-term injuries.

Harry Kane and Moussa Sissoko required surgeries after rupturing a hamstring tendon and injuring a knee respectively on January 1. Heung-min Son then fractured his arm against Aston Villa in February, also requiring surgery to fix the problem.

To make matters even worse, Steven Bergwijn then picked up an injury towards the end of the recent match against Burnley (Tottenham).

He has now given an update to fans, stating that he is making progress and is now walking again:

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  1. Now weeks later, is Steven walking without aid of a walker? Can’t wait till halfway through next season when hopefully Harry, Moussa, Son, and Steven will be match fit. By then, though, I wonder who the new half-dozen semi-permanently injured will be. Seriously, has anyone ever done a study on the ongoing ill-effects of overtraining and other stupid coaching methods on thoroughbreds of the quality that Spurs has in its stable? No wonder we are alwys getting beaten by workhorse teams of the ilk of Wolves and Sheffield United, as well as held at bay by bottom-feeders like Burnley, Watford, you-name-it.


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