Will Kane recover from injury in time for the Carabao Cup final?
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Tottenham have an anxious couple of days ahead as they wait to see if their top man Harry Kane will be fit for their Carabao Cup final clash with Manchester City.
Kane picked up an ankle injury on league duty against Everton and it is still unclear whether he’ll be available for the final at Wembley.
Spurs are looking to end a 13-year wait for a trophy, with the last piece of silverware coming in the League Cup when they defeated Chelsea 2-1 in February 2008.
Interim boss Ryan Mason spoke about how a decision will be made between the player and the club over whether he’ll feature.
“Harry is a top professional and we’re taking it hour by hour, seeing how he feels,” said Mason.
“What we are not going to do and what Harry is not going to do is put his body on the line if he does not think it is suitable.
“It is combined effort. How does the player feel, what do the medics say.”
Kane’s quest for silverware
Kane will be desperate to play against Manchester City as he attempts to lift his first trophy in a Spurs shirt.
Kane rushed himself back for the Champions League final in 2019 against Liverpool and didn’t perform as well as he’d have liked. Although this injury isn’t as serious, he won’t feature if he could potentially aggravate the problem.
The repercussions for Kane’s future
Kane has been linked with moves away from North London, but a victory in the final may convince him to commit his future to Tottenham.
Many people argue that a player with Kane‘s talent needs to be winning trophies, which is something he hasn’t been doing at his current club.
This makes this cup final all the more important for Kane and Tottenham.
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Jorginho’s criticism of Lampard: He was a club legend and skipped some steps
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Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has given an honest take on his former boss Frank Lampard, stating that the English coach may have taken the job at the Blues too soon.
Lampard left in January to be replaced by Thomas Tuchel, after a record of 1.67 points per game, the worst return of any Chelsea coach in the Roman Abramovich era.
“Look, I’ll be really sincere here on Lampard,” Jorginho said as he discussed the Englishman on ESPN.
“I believe, given he was a legend at the club, he skipped some steps necessary for learning before moving to a big club.
“He came to a club where he is a legend, without having experience at other clubs.
“I think he came too soon, skipped a few steps ahead and wasn’t ready for a job at this level, to be honest.”
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