josev wrote:that change makes sense but i'd like to know if these injuries were persistent in his career before tottenham, often players would fail to heal their injuries in time and rush back, get injured again, until they get proper time to rest, heal and gain full fitness, maybe he's also adapting to harsher physical requirements of the new team and league, especially since he started with pochettino who's known for his harsh training sessions that made many players (seem) injury-prone and be out for most of the season, like dele, dier, lamela, aurier, wanyama, it really is quite a common thing at tottenham
Yeah, but in this particular case it seems to be more like a psychological problem than a physical adaptation. Before his last (and recent) injury against Saints, Ndombele told that he felt if he play that last game, he would get injured in any moment... and here we are
It's as if he felt nervous about going out to play, but the funny thing is that when he plays for Spurs, he usually does it in an amazing way, so his situation is very, very strange.
It'd be something like an "emotional overload" (?).
Edit: Well, when Kane suffered his 3 last injuries, his IT was automatically dropped to C, but when he returned to play, he remained "stable" within his physical health.
It isn't that he's "crystal skin" (IDK how to say it) like Reus, Robben, or even Lamela. So I don't see the reason why Kane does, and Ndombele doesn't. Remember that it have been 7 injuries in something like 6 months, it's something really abnormal!!!! He has more injuries than months living in London