- Sat Oct 14 7:06 AM
Tottenham Hotspur can banish all talk of a Wembley hoodoo by beating Bournemouth at the home of football on Saturday, according to Eric Dier.
- Fri Oct 13 2:17 PM
The Spurs manager was speaking ahead of Tottenham's game against Bournemouth
- Thu Oct 12 4:39 PM
Teenage wide-man viewed as one of the brightest prospects in Dutch football is already a first-team regular
|We know how difficult the game's going to be,
Howe said. But we're very keen to keep the momentum from what has been a really positive beginning. We've had good games against Chelsea and we've really enjoyed them. They've always been close and that should inspire the players.
Lys picked up a twisted ankle, it was serious enough for to come off; it's reasonably serious so we'll have to wait and see,
said Howe. I think Marc (Pugh) may miss this weekend at Chelsea.
I'm really pleased that suspension has now been lifted,
Howe said. It's been a long time for Diego. It seems like those three games have really dragged on with no midweek matches so he's chomping at the bit.
I think we've shown in the two games some really good signs of what the team could be, glimpses of what the future may hold,
Howe said. But we've still got to deliver that and we know in the Premier League how difficult that can be.