Harry Kane and Danny Rose might not have been in Spurs training, but the two Eric/ks certainly were.
Wow. Just wow. What a weekend of football. And Mesut Ozil is the king of all things...
We have a Daniel, a Danny, a Success story and some Marouane Fellaini. The subs are here...
Not a performance to entirely restore their dignity as Spurs beat Brighton 2-1, but it's a start...
Plenty from Man City, a couple from Liverpool and Man United, a Toon icon and more.
Wanyama, Lamela and Sissoko are all carrying injuries for Tottenham...
Tottenham's first-team players extending their contracts is "like signing five new players". Erm...
Can Tottenham take advantage of the Old Lady? Will Klopp strike the balance? Will Gattuso end Arsenal?
Erik Lamela is happy at Tottenham, who are "getting better and better". So sod off, Juventus.
Tottenham winger made his comeback after 13 months and admits it was a hard road back.
"Of course Erik is a player that has different qualities," says Tottenham boss after 2-1 defeat at Leicester.
Mauricio Pochettino has given an insight into what Spurs have missed most during Erik Lamela's absence...
The Argentine winger could be in line for his first Tottenham appearance in over a year.
Erik Lamela could be on the Tottenham bench this weekend. "We'll see," says Pochettino.
Erik Lamela's last game for Spurs came on October 25, 2016. That really is quite sad, isn't it?
How lovely it is to see Lamela again. And Rose looks like he's spent his time stranded on a desert island.
A year after joining Tottenham for £17m, Dutchman Vincent Janssen is not in their Champions League squad.
Quite a few players are expected to miss the start of the Premier League season through injury.
We have one from Liverpool, Arsenal and United in this XI of forgotten injured players we want to see return.
"The surgery went well, thanks to all for your positive messages," says Erik Lamela. There you go.
Pochettino says Erik Lamela will get 'our love, our support', and he's definitely not leaving Spurs...
Lamela's season ended in October, folks. The Spurs winger will undergo surgery on his dodgy hip.
Erik Lamela has not played for Tottenham since October, and Poch admits his season might be over.
Wait, Shaun Maloney is still in the Premier League? And so is Fraizer Campbell?
That's £15m a year or nearly £300,000 a week. Plus, Chelsea have £100m to spend.
"The last scan in Roma showed there was no issue," says Tottenham manager. But Erik hips don't lie.
The Argentine will have a scan on Friday; he has been working with a Roma physiotherapist to no avail...
Erik Lamela is frustrated at being Tottenham's only injured player, says Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham have lost three, drawn two and won just one game since Lamela's injury. It's bad news.
As Henrikh Mkhitaryan continues in his attempts to adapt to the English game, we give him some encouragement...
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