- Thu Oct 11 8:15 AM
Today’s tittle-tattle is running out of things to say Manchester United’s first signing of the José Mourinho regime, Eric Bailly arrived from Villarreal saying it was “a dream come true” to be joining the club. A little over two years on, that dream has turned into something of a nightmare and th...
- Wed Oct 10 10:30 PM
• Spurs striker wants to start against both Croatia and Spain • Harry Winks could be in line for second cap in Rijeka Harry Kane hopes to convince Gareth Southgate to allow him to start England’s Nations League games against Croatia and Spain despite concerns within the coaching set-up over burno...
- Wed Oct 10 12:01 AM
The Guardian picks the best prospect from each club born between 1 September 2000 and 31 August 2001, an age band known as first-year scholars. Check the progress of our 2017 class | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 Continue reading
- Mon Oct 8 4:13 PM
• Danish players had been in contract dispute with FA • Eriksen, Schmeichel and Kjaer thank players for solidarity Denmark’s players say they were subject to “overly violent personal attacks” during a contract dispute with the country’s football association. Denmark were forced to field a severel...
- Mon Oct 8 8:26 AM
A call to get tougher on diving, Arsenal are turning up the volume and Everton’s biggest investments are coming good Declan Rice faces a big decision over his international future after once again being left out of the Republic of Ireland squad for the Nations League matches against Denmark and W...
- Sun Oct 7 8:16 PM
Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight The Dozen archive Continue reading
- Sat Oct 6 5:09 PM
For Tottenham Hotspur this was meant to be the calm after the storm. Having been tormented and taken apart by Barcelona here on Wednesday, Mauricio Pochettino’s men expected to enjoy a far less stressful occasion at their temporary home, yet while they won for a third successive time in the Premi...
- Sat Oct 6 9:00 AM
The Barcelona forward’s pair of decisive feints against Spurs highlighted a dying art in an increasingly processed sport In Chinese philosophy there is something called Wu Wei. This involves doing things by not doing things, becoming like the bamboo in the field, passive and indolent, living with...
- Fri Oct 5 4:38 PM
5 November | Spurs’ Grand Designs | Toll bridges | X-rated Geoffrey Hayes | Basque food Thanks for including Lewes Bonfire Night in the Guide ( 50 free things to do & see , 29 September). However, it’s worth pointing out that, like many folk customs, it’s not a spectator event and runs by its own...
- Fri Oct 5 4:22 PM
Neil Warnock says his job at Cardiff is “as difficult as any I’ve had in my career, ” and it does not get any easier with this visit to a Tottenham side still smarting their Champions League loss to Barcelona. Warnock has worked wonders in his two years at Cardiff, uniting the club and winning a...
- Fri Oct 5 3:33 PM
• Defender was hurt during last weekend’s win at Huddersfield • Mauricio Pochettino unhappy Roberto Martínez revealed news Jan Vertonghen
is expected to be out until after the November international break, although Mauricio Pochettino was unhappy at how Roberto Martínez, the Belgium manager, reve...
- Fri Oct 5 12:30 AM
Liverpool’s tiredness could play into Manchester City’s hands, Newcastle should throw caution to the wind and Harry Winks must take his Tottenham chance “It’s a game of small margins, ” said Vincent Kompany of the season’s standout fixture to date between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield...