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Cudicini set to undergo wrist surgery

Tottenham goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini will today undergo wrist and pelvic surgery.

Cudicini in motorbike smash

The Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini fractured his wrists and injured his pelvis after being involved in a serious road accident yesterday morning. The Italian was admitted to hospital after his motorbike collided with a car in Walthamstow, East London.

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Tottenham goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has fractured his wrists and injured his pelvis after he was involved in a serious road accident earlier today.

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Tottenham squad better than Arsenal's claims Keane

Tottenham captain Robbie Keane has kicked off the mind games ahead of this weekend's derby against Arsenal by insisting Harry Redknapp has the greater strength in depth in his squad.

James linked with Tottenham transfer

David James is again being linked with a move to Tottenham in January.

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Gomes hopes for chance to give Chelsea dose of blues

The Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes is in contention to make a comeback from his groin injury this weekend against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

United rise on renewed team spirit

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