Injury woe for Spurs
By Alex Dunn. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Tottenham's point at the weekend against Birmingham came at a cost as a trio of their stars reported injuries.
Defender Noe Pamarot was the most serious casualty, as he was forced off early in the game with a knee injury, while Reto Ziegler and Noureddine Naybet were also substituted late on with knocks.
Spurs coach Martin Jol has confirmed that Pamarot's knock looks serious, with the player likely to be sidelined for over a month.
''Pamarot has a bad injury to his knee,'' Jol told the club's official website.
''If it's his medial ligament it will be three, four or five weeks.
''Ziegler has had problems with his hamstrings all season. He's a young lad and played maybe 140 minutes for his country last week but he's very fit and he said he was alright.
''Naybet couldn't really play in the second half but went out, although we had to change that in the end because he couldn't play on.
''He had a hamstring problem as well, the same as before.''