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Spurs test new stadium's security system
Tottenham Hotspur were testing safety systems on Friday, when the stadium PA’s evacuation message could be heard from outside.
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Dembele: Guangzhou is like Spurs
Mousa Dembele says former club Tottenham is 'very comparable' with Guangzhou R&F after he moved to the Chinese Super League in January.
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Son: Every Spurs player is important
Heung-Min Son praises the rest of the Tottenham squad for their influence in the continued absence of Harry Kane and Dele Alli.
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Poch: Kane in line for Burnley
Harry Kane is on track to make his return from injury against Burnley on February 23, says Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.
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Poch 'happy' with Kane recovery
Mauricio Pochettino says he is happy with Harry Kane's progress as he recovers from an ankle injury, but offered no update on his return date.
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Pochettino 'not optimistic' for signings
Manager Mauricio Pochettino is not optimistic that Tottenham will sign any players before the end of the January transfer window.
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Mixed injury news for Pochettino
Mauricio Pochettino admits the timing of Harry Kane and Dele Alli's injuries is not ideal.
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'Injuries won't change transfer strategy'
Spurs are still open for business in January, says Mauricio Pochettino, who insists their strategies won't change despite injuries to Harry Kane and Dele Alli.
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‘Kane will come back refreshed’
England manager Gareth Southgate believes striker Harry Kane will return from his ankle injury as a player reinvigorated.
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'Kane injury won't affect transfers'
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says their January transfer plans remain unaffected despite Harry Kane being ruled out until March.
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Poch: Kane must stay positive
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Harry Kane must stay positive as he recovers from an ankle injury and that the team will have to be able to win without him.
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Sky Sports pundit opens up about Alexis Sanchez at Man UnitedAlexis Sanchez has lost his “hunger” following his poor form at Manchester United, according to Paul Merson. The 30-year-old has struggled to produce...
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Gary Lineker fears for Harry Kane amid recurring ankle injuriesThe Tottenham striker was initially expected to be out for two months after suffering the injury in the closing stages of the defeat by Manchester United in...
Tottenham injury latest: Three stars ruled out Borussia Dortmund clash as Danny Rose also faces late fitness testHarry Kane, Dele Alli and Ben Davies will all miss Tottenham’s Champions League round of 16 clash against Borussia Dortmund through injury, while Danny Rose...
Tottenham staff ‘absolutely knew’ Harry Kane was a ‘special talent’, Brad Friedel revealsHarry Kane was always destined to be a superstar, according to the Tottenham staff who worked closely with him during his formative years in the club’s...