- Mon Mar 5 3:39 PM
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- Sun Mar 4 10:36 PM
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- Sun Mar 4 5:50 PM
The Belgian defender came through unscathed, having returned to Spurs' starting XI following his recovery from an ankle injury, and is expected to retain his place for the Champions League clash.
- Sat Mar 3 11:42 AM
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- Fri Mar 2 6:09 PM
SkySports Craig Bellamy described the use of VAR as "laughable" and a "disaster" following Tottenham's FA Cup win over Rochdale at Wembley. Referee Paul Tierney and VAR Graham Scott at Stockley Park were regularly called into action at Wembley on a busy night and more »
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- Fri Mar 2 1:09 PM
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- Fri Mar 2 2:51 AM
Tottenham full-back Danny Rose
has described the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) as "complete nonsense", as the backlash against the system continued to grow after Tottenham's farcical 6-1 victory over Rochdale in an FA Cup replay.
|When you compare him, Dele Alli, a 21-year-old, with all the players in the world I think he is the best in his age,
said Pochettino. In his form, assists, everything. For me Dele Alli, in his age, is the best - that's it.
I feel sorry for the people trying to use that system,
Pochettino said. I prefer it when the referee and the assistant make mistakes than to wait three or four minutes for things.
It's a nightmare. I feel so sorry for the people trying to use that system,
Eriksen was fantastic, so important for us,
said Spurs boss Pochettino.