The Daily Telegraph today report that, contrary to popular opinion, Tottenham manager Juande Ramos is still keen to utilise the services of Paul Robinson, despite dropping him for understudy Radek Cerny in Spurs’ last two matches.
The Spaniard has declared that the (former?) England international will be considered for selection, although Robinson has also been linked with a move to Manchester City or Middlesbrough during the January transfer window.
The Spurs coach said: “Robinson will play for me again, of course, but I have not thought about Reading.
“If players play too many games in a row they need a rest now and again. He played 14 or 15 games in a row and needed a rest in order to recuperate. Only one keeper can play in any one game at a time.”
However, Cerny’s comments two days ago regarding Tottenham looking for a new keeper must surely mean that Robbo’s days are numbered at White Hart Lane. Will he still be wearing a Spurs shirt come 1st February?