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Daily Telegraph - Mon Apr 9 3:21 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Striker Kane was insistent Eriksen's free-kick touched his shoulder before going in and securing Tottenham's 2-1 victory. It would have meant a 25th Premier League goal of the season for Kane and would have closed the gap on Mohamed Salah in the race and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon Apr 9 11:23 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Harry Kane failed to close the gap between himself and Mohamed Salah in the race for the Premier League's golden boot, but Tottenham Hotspur are making a late run for the 'best of the rest' title. With Salah missing and Liverpool failing to beat and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri Apr 6 11:35 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Man City have all but won the league, Liverpool and Spurs have found phenomenal form and Man Utd continue to lead the best of the rest, even if it's widely accepted they aren't playing the most exciting football. It's a team game, sure, but who are the and more »
Daily Telegraph - Thu Apr 5 11:35 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Security footage appears to show shooting victim Tanesha Melbourne in the hours before her death on Monday. CCTV released by Dogus Supermarket & Off Licence in Park Lane, Tottenham, is understood to show the 17-year-old walking past the convenience and more »
Daily Telegraph - Thu Apr 5 9:40 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Tottenham Hotspur are optimistic Mauricio Pochettino will sign a new contract that would make him one of the best paid managers in the Premier League and that he will be joined by a host of the club's stars. Pochettino, Tottenham's two-goal hero
Daily Telegraph - Wed Apr 4 7:09 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Tottenham Hotspur chief executive Daniel Levy received an astonishing jump in pay last year from £2.84 million to more than £6 million. It is more than double the amount that was received by any other Premier League executive during the previous 2015 and more »
Daily Telegraph - Wed Apr 4 3:32 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Tottenham were very fortunate not to have two men sent off at Stamford Bridge and I think both Erik Lamela and Jan Vertonghen will know they were lucky not to see red. Their challenges, on Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard respectively, were clearly and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Apr 3 7:26 AM
Telegraph.co.uk There were three stand-out performances this weekend – emphatic wins by Manchester City, West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur and they dominate the team of the weekend. Honours, though, should go to Spurs and their manager Mauricio Pochettino who