as it has been confirmed that Aaron Cunningham has torn his hamstring while playing club hurling.The 22 year-old scored two goals against Limerick last weekend but will now miss their All-Ireland qualifier in July.
Brad Friedel says it is just a matter of time before Harry Kane starts firing for Tottenham.After scoring 32 goals in a stunning a breakthrough season at White Hart Lane in 2014/15, Kane has yet to open his account for the club this term.But Friedel is convinced his drought will end soon, with the former Spurs goalkeeper insistent that the 22-year-old will not prove to be a ‘one-season wonder’.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the American said: “His work ethic is second to none and he is an extraordinarily good finisher. Those things aren’t going to leave him.“He a young player and a human being so the more negativity that’s out there is going to affect him a little bit, but he will get through it.“He is the kind of player who is upset when he doesn’t score a goal. But he is not the type that will then stop working.“I guarantee his finishing in training is very, very good. He will keep making them runs, keep getting himself in those positons and, once that first goal comes in the Premier League, you are going to see a lot of them.”