The return of a few injured players is something Tottenham is looking forward to before their crucial FA Cup matchup with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City the following weekend. Despite missing important players due to injuries, the AFCON, and the Asian Cup, the Lilywhites managed to draw with Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United last weekend.
Since moving into his new home in north London, Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou has been outstanding. He has totally changed the team’s play style from Antonio Conte’s counterattacking to a more daring and bold approach where they take risks by playing from the back and frequently win by opening up teams.
The north London club has an amazing five wins at home against Pep Guardiola’s team, but they will be put to the test when they play Manchester City in the FA Cup next. City is just starting to find its footing and has the mercurial Kevin De Bruyne back in the lineup following hamstring issues.
Spurs got Cristian Romero and Micky van de Ven back for the first time since November of last year against United on the weekend, and it was evident what a difference it made—the two were the foundation for the team’s impressive start to the season.
The creative force behind the team’s eight victories in the first ten league games, James Maddison, has also been dealing with an ankle injury since November, and Manor Solomon hasn’t been able to practice on grass for the past three months.
The team in North London is hoping to get some of the players back. In light of that, the list of wounded celebrities along with their anticipated comeback dates is provided below.