Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino faced the press today ahead of his side's FA Cup clash with Aston Villa this weekend. Pochettino is expected to ring the changes to hand his first-team players a rest in Sunday's game, with a number of youngsters pushing to be included in the starting XI against Steve Bruce's Championship outfit, while there was an update on the injured Erik Lamela's condition.
The Frenchman gave an interview with the club website yesterday in which he opened up on the secrets behind his resurgence. “It’s always hard when you see the team doing well and you’re not on the pitch. “You can’t show what you want to do, what you can do. “Step by step, I came back well and you see the confidence was getting higher and higher. I never doubted my quality, it was just about having game time. “When you have time to show what you can do on the pitch, it’s better for a striker.
Robert Snodgrass a doubt for this weekend's gameHull City’s star man Robert Snodgrass looks set to miss out at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.There’s an element of scepticism amongst the Hull fans about an unspecified ‘muscle’ injury amid doubts over his future, but Chelsea won’t care one bit.The Scot’s absence takes away the Tigers’ primary goal threat - and makes life potentially even easier for the Blues.“Until now I don’t have news about Snodgrass, he didn’t train with us yesterday because of...
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