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Younes Kaboul ahead of City: What happened last season was last season


Tottenham Hotspur defender Younes Kaboul says the players are looking forward to facing Manchester City on October 18.

Spurs suffered heavy defeats against Manuel Pellegrini's side last season but the 28-year-old insists the international break will mentally and physically help the players prepare for the game.

"What happened last season was last season," Kaboul is quoted as saying by The Daily Mail.

"In football the most important thing is the present and we look at the future. We look forward to this game.

"Football is football, you never know what can happen, but mentally and physically we have to be ready for this game.

"When you lose, you learn, especially Man City or Man U or Chelsea.

"We look forward to this game.

"We've got two weeks to prepare. It was very important to win today because we've got a two-week break.

"Last time we didn't and it was hard. Today we won and it is very important because before the kick-off we were 12th, now we are sixth. We are very happy."

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