London Evening Standard
- Tue May 1 12:01 PM
Harry Kane insists he will be fully fit for England at the World Cup after Mauricio Pochettino revealed he was still feeling the effects of his recent ankle injury.
- Mon Apr 30 8:38 PM
Ahead of Tottenham's Premier League clash with Watford at Wembley, the former Manchester United defender and current Sky Sports pundit laid out four changes to the PFA's official team.
- Sat Apr 28 11:58 AM
SkySports Watford boss Javi Gracia is hopeful captain Troy Deeney will be available for Monday's trip to Tottenham, live on Sky Sports. The Hornets striker left Vicarage Road in a protective boot following the goalless draw with Crystal Palace last weekend. Some and more »
|Why? They were on the pitch against Liverpool and Watford. They are easy targets,
Pochettino said. We need to talk about football. You force me to say something that is not good. You disrespect the players who were here today. You can blame me on my selection of the starting XI, but pleas...
Regrets? Why? Why? Against Watford and Liverpool they (Alderweireld and Trippier) were on the pitch,
said Pochettino. What a question.
With a calf injury, Hugo Lloris is still out; Dele Alli and Moussa Sissoko are still injured and they are in London,
Pochettino said. For a technical decision, Kieran Tripper and Toby Alderweireld are there too.
That was our best performance since start of the season,
said Pochettino. I am happy with the performance.