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Reports: Manchester United star agrees deal to join Tottenham

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Remembering the 6 Games in Premier League History With 10 or More Goals


Spurs Boss Mauricio Pochettino Contemplates Sending Player Out on Loan to Accommodate Erik Lamela


Harry Kane Hat-Trick Takes Him Level With Alan Shearer for Premier League Goals in a Calendar Year

Manchester City break 15-year-old Arsenal record with victory over Swansea

Manchester City’s latest win sees them claim yet another new Premier League record. Pep Guardiola’s side extended their incredible winning streak to 15 games with a 4-0 victory over bottom-of-the-table Swansea.

Zidane unruffled as Madrid crumble in Catalonia

Real Madrid can still retain their La Liga title insisted coach Zinedine Zidane despite slumping to a shock 2-1 defeat at Girona on Sunday on their much-anticipated return to Catalonia.
The European champions hadn’t set foot in the deeply divided region over Catalan independence since a violence-marred referendum on October 1 sparked a political crisis across Spain.
Just days after the central Spanish government imposed home rule on Catalonia to nullify the local separatist leaders’ attempts to declare independence, Madrid were expected to enter the eye of the storm in the pro-independence hotbed of Girona, just over 100 kilometres northeast of Barcelona.
However, there were only a smattering of chants in favour of independence amid a largely party atmosphere with Spanish flags also waved by the Madrid support.
The locals’ celebrations were sparked by events on the field as Girona beat Zidane’s all-conquering superstars in the first ever meeting between the sides.
“We said before the…

England through to Russia 2018

The three lions are through to Russia but must improve, if not, risk an embarrasing exit in Russia 2018.

England are off to the World Cup, but after their performance against Slovenia on Thursday it is hard to imagine that anybody is actually looking forward to seeing them in action next summer. The 1-0 snooze fest at Wembley was enough to secure England’s passage to the finals in Russia in June, but the abject nature of their display will have left nobody in any doubt that Gareth Southgate’s side will be in for a hard slog just to get out of their group. There seemed to be little more in their game plan than to pass the ball sideways until Marcus Rashford was in space, then stand still and watch the Manchester United star do what he could out on the left.  There was no verve, no creativity, no fight. There was absolutely nothing until they finally got themselves into a crossing position in the 94th minute and Kyle Walker sent in an excellent ball for Harry Kane to slide home. For a team p…

M. Pochettino warns new signing Serge Aurier of any mischief at Tottenham.

Mauricio Pochettino has warned new signing Serge Aurier he will not put up with any mischief at Tottenham.
Aurier has joined Spurs for £23m from Paris St Germain and Pochettino is hoping the defender proves a reformed character in north London.
The 24-year-old was banned by his former club for directing homophobic language at his then-manager Laurent Blanc and was then convicted of assaulting a police officer outside a nightclub in Paris.
Pochettino places a strong emphasis on discipline at Tottenham and insists he will come down hard on Aurier if he steps out of line.
"I said to him, 'I will kill you', I (would) head-butt him," Pochettino joked.
"I think it was good, we had a long chat. He knows very well how we are, what we expect from him and for us it's so important, not only him, every player, how they behave here in the squad.
"We need to keep the dynamic we have created. I trust him, I am confident that he can succeed here and help the team to ac…

Alli calrifies his finger gesture

After being caught on camera making a gesture with his middle finger, England's Dele Alli has claimed it was not aimed at the referee.
Dele Alli took to twitter and has insisted the middle finger gesture he was caught on camera making during England's win over Slovakia was aimed at Kyle Walker and not referee Clement Turpin.
Alli could find himself the subject of retroactive disciplinary action for seemingly expressing dissent toward the match official in the 2-1 World Cup qualifying victory at Wembley on Monday.
England manager Gareth Southgate told a news conference Alli had targeted his former Tottenham team-mate and the Spurs attacking midfielder has now used social media to reiterate that stance.
England manager Gareth Southgate told a news conference Alli had targeted his former Tottenham team-mate and the Spurs attacking midfielder has now used social media to reiterate that stance.
"Just to clarify, the gesture tonight was a joke between me and my good friend K…

Andre Villas-Boas Accuses Tottenham's Daniel Levy of Being an 'Expert' in Managerial Sackings

Arsenal Legend Claims Ex-Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor Is Biggest Disappointment of Wenger's Reign

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has claimed that ex-Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor is the biggest disappointment in Arsene Wenger's tenure at the club.

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will take on Manchester City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will take on Manchester City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.

Tottenham's Harry Kane faces two months out with ankle injury - reports

Tottenham are concerned that Harry Kane could miss two months of action after suffering an ankle injury on Sunday, according to multiple reports in English newspapers.

Kane scored the only goal in Spurs' win over Sunderland but left White Hart Lane on crutches after falling awkwardly in the second half.

Although there has been no official confirmation from Tottenham, the reports say the club now believe that Kane may have ligament damage, which would sideline him for six to eight weeks.

Tottenham are reportedly awaiting the results of a second scan on the striker's ankle to confirm how long he will be out.

If the damage turns out to be less than originally feared, Kane could miss as little as 10 days, and the club is confident that he does not have a grade-three tear that could rule him out for four months, the reports said.

The two-month time frame would rule Kane out for games against Manchester City, Leicester City and Arsenal.

Spurs signed Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar this s…

Tottenham Hotspur sign Newcastle United midfielder Moussa Sissoko

Tottenham Hotspur have equalled their transfer record to sign Moussa Sissoko from Newcastle United for £30 million just before the transfer deadline.

Watford target Emmanuel Adebayor hires personal trainer as he searches for new club

Watford target Emmanuel Adebayor hires personal trainer as he searches for new club

Emmanuel Adebayor has hired a personal trainer in his bid to get fit ahead of a January move. The Togo striker is on the look out for a new club after leaving Tottenham in September.
Adebayor returned to England last month ahead of a potential move to a Premier League club, primarily one in London, in time for January.

ayoze perez: Am happy @ newcastle

Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez has revealed he's happy at the club and wants to stay at St. James' Park, despite recent speculation linking him with a move to Tottenham.

    Perez's name has been mentioned in recent weeks as a possible January target for Mauricio       Pochettino, given he's looking for alternatives to lighten the load of responsibility on first choice forward Harry Kane.

Transfer:Pato set sights on premier league switch


klopp satisfied with spurs draw

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he is ‘satisfied’ with his side’s performance in the 0-0 draw at Tottenham.
The German manager took charge of his first Reds match on Saturday , but he has spent little time with his squad after they returned from international duty in midweek.
“I enjoyed it,” Klopp reflected.
“The game was OK, we had a good start, we were very good in pressing and counter-pressing, very active, good timing and [we needed] a bit more luck.
“First 25 minutes it was absolutely OK, and we lost the grip on the game. We came out after half-time and after another five or ten minutes we were back, it was an open game.
“There were better chances for Tottenham, that’s the truth, but they had some problems with us, we could have done better in the offence, played better football, we can do this. But [with the] defending, I am satisfied.”
Drawing on the positives, Klopp admitted he wasn’t thinking "about the clean sheet" - which was his side’s first since August.
“I …
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