Praise for Kaboul on return

Tottenham Hotspur's senior professional phase coach Chris Ramsey was full of praise for Younes Kaboul after the defender's return from injury on Monday night.

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Younes Kaboul: Tottenham defender returned to action on Monday night

Younes Kaboul: Tottenham defender returned to action on Monday night

Kaboul played for an hour for Spurs' U21s against West Ham at Upton Park having been out since aggravating a knee injury on the opening day of the season at Newcastle.

"He did well, had no problems really," said Ramsey.

"He wanted to play an extra 15 minutes as well, showed a fantastic attitude and wanted to push his fitness a little more.

"Tom Carroll showed a great attitude as well, as he always does. All the senior professionals have set an example when they've come into the squad.

"Overall, when you look at the fact that a player like Younes returns to action after eight months out and the experience the younger lads gain playing alongside him, it's another great exercise for us."

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