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6 Out For Tonight’s Cup Clash With Wolves
By Harry Hotspur -

Nuno Espírito Santo or Peri-Peri Pulis as a West Brom fan I know likes to call him will have his work cut out this evening. Wolves in the cup is one matter, but Arsenal in the Premier League at the weekend won’t make life any easier.

Steven Bergwijn is out with an aggravated ankle injury, is out for tonight, and will have to be assessed ahead of the weekend. Ryan Sessegnon’s injury is listed as ‘other’ and he still has no return date. Lucas Moura is also sidelined with an ankle/foot injury and also has no return date.

For Wolves, Jonny Castro Otto is out – after knee surgery. Pedro Lomba Neto is also seeing a specialist about his knee, and Hugo Bueno is still nursing a thigh/hamstring injury, according to Premier Injuries.com

The bookies see little between the two sides, with the hosts being 6/4 and Tottenham at 7/4; the draw is 2/1.

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Dino
Dino
28 days ago

Im not sure the bookies are taking odds on lo no show & Tanguy being subbed in the 60-70 minute range barring either doing a hamstring putting on their boots…

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
28 days ago

Comments about Nuno not having the dressing room are quite right. Speaking to one of the players two weeks ago I was told this. The player also said that confidence is low across the whole squad and has been since Poch left.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
28 days ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

They lost confidence the last two seasons under Poch too….so the common factor is?

The player culture, wet willed wasters

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
28 days ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

They lost their way under Poch. I wouldn’t say confidence was a factor

alan hough
alan hough
28 days ago

I think nuno has lost the dressing room quicker than i thought.
The players that are getting injured all the time are the ones that don’t want to play for him including kane.

del boy
del boy
28 days ago
Reply to  alan hough

i very much doubt nuno had the dressing room to begin with ,let alone lose it.

Cali
Cali
28 days ago
Reply to  del boy

I agree cheers.

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
28 days ago
Reply to  del boy

Honestly, if even the fans are able to see that Nuno was 7th or 8th choice (beneath such esteemed names as Fonseca, Gattuso and others), what position does that put him in with the players?

Anyway, if the players’ friend Poch lost the dressing room, and the Bond villain Jose never fully had it, what chance did NES stand?

Suffolk Spur
Suffolk Spur
28 days ago
Reply to  alan hough

Yes, as soon as I saw those two tackles I thought Lucas and Bergwijn were only going down in agony to get out of playing for Nuno who’d been regularly picking them and all been top of the league together barely a game before. Kane hasn’t even been injured under Nuno, only made himself unavailable at first (not that we’ve noticed much difference since) more as a protest against Levy than Nuno.

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