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Tottenham blogger Mike Williams believes that Spurs' defensive problems are largely due to their full-backs, and that the club must make that area a priority this summer.
14 hrs ago | Goal.com
With Tim Sherwood giving the likes of the striker and Nabil Bentaleb chances to impress in the first team, the youngster hopes academy graduates can form the backbone of the team Young striker Harry Kane believes Tottenham 's home-grown talent could form the backbone of the side for years to come.
18 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
The Argentine trickster was the most expensive of Spurs summer additions but having struggled to acclimatise hasn't been in the first team since January Tottenham fans have become increasingly agitated over the whereabouts of 30million record signing Erik Lamela recently, and now supporters have set up a spoof 'lost' poster in search of the ... (more)
Tottenham forward Harry Kane is eager to continue his impressive start to Premier League life by bagging more important goals for the north Londoners, according to The Daily Star .
Steve Bruce is facing a fight with big pal Sam Allardyce and former Manchester United team-mate Mark Hughes to land Jake Livermore this summer.
The 24-year-old has put in two poor performances against the Catalans this term but, in Ronaldo's likely absence, needs to step up when it matters most in the Copa del Rey final Spanish Football Writer Time to step up.
Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood believes striker Christian Eriksen is as cool as Dutch legend Dennis Bergkamp, according to The Daily Mail .
Younes Kaboul says Tottenham must stop their habit of conceding early goals and improve their concentration at the kick-off.
Tom Huddlestone hopes Hull can do his former club Tottenham a favour by beating Arsenal in next month's FA Cup final.
The Baggies were into the fourth minute of injury time when Christian Eriksen curled in a late equaliser to deny Pepe Mel his first Hawthorns' victory.
Everton leapfrogged Arsenal into the Premier League's top four with a 1-0 victory at last-placed Sunderland while Fulham and Cardiff won by the same scoreline to suck more rivals into the relegation scrap on Saturday.
Spurs spent heavily in the summer - including a 30 million on Lamela - but those two have been particularly disappointing.
The Tottenham loanee has been sidelined for almost two months with a calf injury but he played in a midweek friendly for the club's development side and looks likely to be in contention on Saturday.