Redknapp fears Spurs are just two injuries away from a 'disaster'

15 December 2009 10:42
Harry Redknapp has warned Tottenham that January will be 'a disaster' month for them as they lose two more defenders to the Africa Cup of Nations.

Ledley King's knee injury and Jonathan Woodgate's groin problem have depleted them already and Redknapp is fearful of what will happen when Cameroon pair Sebastien Bassong and Benoit Assou-Ekotto depart for international duty.

'It's a disaster really,' said Tottenham manager Redknapp.

Striking fear: Redknapp fears two more injuries to his squad will end in disaster

'It's a disaster for us, losing a couple of players. We'll be ok at left-back. Gareth Bale's training great, looking ok and doing well. But we've got a problem obviously at centre-half if one of the other two boys don't get fit - if Ledley or Woody don't get fit. That is a problem. Ledley's had a lot of fluid drained off his knee. Woody has been a slow job too.

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