Crouch jokes he will come out of retirement for Spurs again to help Mourinho

first_imgAnother Tottenham supporter posted: “Get down to the training ground mate, sign for us til the end of the season, you’d definitely bang a few goals for us!”Crouch started his career at White Hart Lane in the youth teams in 1995 but was shipped out to QPR in 2000 without ever making a first-team appearance.But he would put that right in 2009 when he returned after leaving Portsmouth, playing 73 times and scoring 12 goals.2 Son Heung-min could now be out for the season with a broken armCredit: ReutersTottenham boss Jose Mourinho refuses to comment on Son Heung-min’s broken arm injury TOTTENHAM legend Peter Crouch has hilariously said he is “ready” to solve the club’s striker crisis.With star man Harry Kane not expected back for another four weeks, Son Heung-min has also been struck with the injury curse.2 Peter Crouch is ready to solve Jose Mourinho’s striker crisisCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdI’m ready Jose #thereturn🤖 https://t.co/krG510KV1K— Peter Crouch (@petercrouch) February 18, 2020 The South Korean broke his arm in the dramatic 3-2 victory against Aston Villa and could miss the rest of the season.That leaves Lucas Moura as the only option up top, although he is far from an out-and-out attacker.Speaking at a press conference, boss Jose Mourinho was reminded that Barcelona have been allowed an emergency striker signing.With Ousmane Dembele and Luis Suarez likely out for the season, LaLiga are set to sanction a move for Leganes hitman and former Middlesbrough flop Martin Braithwaite.SPURS NEWS LIVE: Follow all the latest news on TottenhamIt would make previous shock Barca moves for the likes of Paulinho and Kevin Prince Boateng pale into significance compared to this one.Mourinho said that he was “not aware of the possibility” of bringing a striker in, before adding that he could bring Crouchy back to the club.And not long after the joke, the man himself posted his reaction on Twitter.The 39-year-old, who retired from football last summer, wrote: “I’m ready Jose #thereturn” and he also added the robot emoji.SPURS FANS EXCITEDThat is in reference to his famous “robot dance” goalscoring celebration.And the thought of the 6ft 7ins forward back in the white shirt excited many Spurs fans.Steve Coombes posted: “Crouch comes out of retirement to save the documentary.”Rhys James wrote: “Back stronger”, while many urged him to “sign the contract” and to “come home”.Latest Tottenham NewsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerlast_img read more

Alaska News Nightly Tuesday Dec 22 2015

first_imgMajor western Alaska employer lays off 30Lakeidra Chavis, KYUK – BethelThe Association of Village Council Presidents, or AVCP, has laid off 30 employees,citing budget concerns.Casualty of care: Ex-Marine grapples with VA systemZachariah Hughes, KSKA – AnchorageThe Department of Veterans Affairs in Alaska has made healthy strides in improving care over the last few years. But some patients still fall through the cracks. In the first of a two-part story, an ex-Marine explains his difficulties navigating care and benefits through the VA, and the effect its had on his life.2 Alaska newspapers sold to foundationDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksThe Fairbanks Daily News-Miner is being sold. The newspaper reports that a non-profit foundation created by the late wife of the paper’s founder Charles W. Snedden is purchasing the Newsminer.Juneau to hold March special election for new mayorLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauJuneau voters will elect a new mayor during a special election on March 15, the assembly decided Monday night.Police say drug deal preceded Anchorage shooting deathsAssociated PressAnchorage police say a dispute during a drug transaction preceded the shooting deaths of two men Monday on the city’s west side.Family looks for answers as Juneau stabbing case grows coldLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauA suspect has been identified and charged in a recent stabbing death in the capital city. But another stabbing death remains unsolved. It’s been more than a year since Juneau man Christopher Kenney died from a knife wound. The 50-year-old was found in his home two days after Thanksgiving last year and police still aren’t sure if it was a murder or suicide.Senate advances Port Spencer as Arctic portEmily Russell, KNOM – NomeWestern Alaska’s Port Clarence is one small step closer to serving as the nation’s Arctic deep draft port. In a press release from Friday, Sen. Lisa Murkowski announced the senate passed the Point Spencer Land Conveyance Act.Researchers say less Arctic sea ice means more precipitationAssociated PressA research paper published Monday by U.S. and Canadian scientists says less sea ice in the Arctic has meant more precipitation is falling.Southeast electronic duo Whiskey Class premieres new music videoAnnie Bartholomew, KTOO – JuneauThere really isn’t any electronic music at the annual Alaska Folk Festival, but now there’s a little Folk Fest in a Southeast duo’s electronic music.On Kenai, bear management strives for happy mediumQuinton Chandler, KBBI – HomerStriking a balance that provides ample living space for both humans and wild animals is not always easy. A biologist with the Department of Fish and Game talked with Homer residents last week, (Wednesday night) about the methods wildlife managers use to keep the peace between people and brown bears. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download Audiolast_img read more