Cristian Romero to miss 4-5 weeks for Tottenham Hotspur due to injury


Cristian Romero will miss 4-5 weeks for Tottenham Hotspur due to an injury.

Romero will miss the beginning of next year due to an injury he picked up on Saturday during their match against Everyon. Tottenham Hotspur coach Ange Postecoglou spoke at a press conference on Wednesday and stated that Romero is injured with a hamstring strain. Here is what he had to say:

“He had a scan the other day and has got a hamstring strain. We are looking at probably four or five weeks for him.”


  1. From Reddit – RDP He’s the glue on and off the pitch

    “Before the World Cup, I went to a copy shop and printed 200 match schedules for a prediction game among all of us.

    “Then, we organized a truco (card game) championship. I called the equipment manager and said, ‘Go find a place that can make three truco trophies.’ That’s how you start building connections, and the bonds formed on the field are invaluable.

    “I felt that Molina and Messi needed to get to know each other better. I knew Nahuel from Italy, and I have a great relationship with Leo. I brought them together and said, ‘Let’s play truco.’

    “At first, Nahuel would timidly say ‘truco.’ And after 6 months, he’d tell Leo, ‘Look, I’ll challenge you today, give me something, don’t go forward every time.’ The goal against the Netherlands wasn’t a coincidence.”

    Other quotes

    “My grandfather was taking me to training every day from the age of 8 to 14.

    “We both took the bus every day, and over time my grandmother told me that he was giving me the 50 cents left over so I could buy a chocolate-covered cookie, and he was walking back about 50 or 60 blocks.

    “Those 50 cents were either for his bus ride back or the chocolate-covered cookie, and I used to ask, ‘But why did he gave it to me?’

    “When he passed away, I didn’t want to go anymore; it wasn’t the same without him. That’s when I decided to move in with my grandmother, who was alone.

    A few days later, Racing came to my house to buy me, and that meant a lot to me. I needed that show of affection. Otherwise, I don’t know if I would have continued to play football.”

  2. Cuti seems to be somewhat injury prone. Not as much as Dybala and Lo Celso but he’s getting injured more than average. Part of it is his cutthroat approach to the game….

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