Harry Kane Will Play Against Swansea Despite Broken Nose



Harry Kane broke his nose in Tottenham Hotspur’s Fifth Round FA Cup loss to Crystal Palace. In the long run, in the bigger picture, Tottenham’s elimination from the FA Cup is a good thing. However, the injury to Tottenham striker Harry Kane, 22, was of more cause for concern. Kane missed the Europa League clash with Fiorentina on Thursday, but he’ll could/should be back tomorrow

Spurs Manager Mauricio Pochettino will have Kane available tomorrow the club confirmed in a Tweet on their official account.

Kane will have to wear a protective mask going forward.

This was one of the more poignant Twitter reactions to Harry Kane breaking his nose, and his new mask. You knew a Bane joke was coming somewhere:

You know that Harry Kane will solider on, because he’s “a gamer.” The young star with heart for days has to be on the pitch because Spurs have a lot to play for this season.

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  1. What is the point of having Paul Mitchell and a Director of football when we are quite clearly not going to buy anyone, if Levy does not buy in this transfer window then it is an utter disgrace and serious questions have to be asked about his future at the club. He is not addressing the Adebayor issue which is clearly a problem and when he plays it affects the whole team, you can clearly see most of the team don’t want him there with his awful attitude

  2. I agree with Catcher, if we don’t sign anyone in the window it would be classed as an absolute failure and joke from Levy and his henchmen. Although on the Adebayor issue, can’t really blame anyone but him for this – the guy won’t leave for anything less than the 100k he is already on, and who in their right mind would pay him that every week to watch him stroll about half arsed for an hour and a half? The only option we have is to let him leave for a ridiculously small sum, or wait for his contract to end and watch him move on for free :/

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