- Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has revealed that he's been working with a fitness guru to help him overcome injuries
- Harry Kane's hamstring at Southampton in January 2020 prompted him to contract a Spanish physio who stays at his house for a week
- The 29-year-old England captain has been plagued with injuries forcing him to miss significant time
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has revealed that living with a fitness expert from Spain helped him overcome injuries that had plagued him.
The England star had previously suffered niggling injuries which briefly disrupted his career but seemed to have found his feet again on that front.
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Kane starts to work with a fitness expert
Kane refused to give his identity but said they've been working together for the last three years. Coincidentally, Kane's injury problems have significantly reduced.
I did my hamstring against Southampton away on New Year's Day and since then I've actually found this new physio and we've been working together since, for nearly three years now.
The England captain said that he has seen the results of their relationship and is now consistent with his availability.
I've seen changes in my body in terms of what my ankles were like before and now after. I'm in a totally different place. I was at a period in my career where I was struggling to play consistently throughout a season.
Kane suffered injuries during the first half of 2019, which saw him play the Champions League unfit. The striker has been ever-present this season and has helped his side to an impressive start to the season.
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Grealish gives Souness his condition for a night out
Sports Brief earlier reported on Jack Grealish accepting Graeme Souness's offer for a night out but with one condition: Paul Pogba comes along.
Grealish and Souness have been engaged in a heated back and forth this week after the Sky Sports pundit claimed that the Manchester City forward is not a great player.
Souness added that the Englishman takes too many touches and fails to see the picture quick enough.