- Wed Mar 21 9:31 AM
Today’s fluff is turning it up a notch Toby Alderweireld has pledged his short-term future to Tottenham, which is to say he has two years left on his current deal with the club. But that is not enough, apparently, and a sense of urgency is being generated whereby we are given to understand that i...
- Mon Mar 19 8:32 AM
Álvaro Morata needs to play regularly, rusty Manolo Gabbiadini can solve Southampton’s problems, and Stoke are in big trouble Related: Chelsea’s Morata tries to run his way into Antonio Conte’s good books | Barney Ronay Related: Mohamed Salah will get even better before the season is out, says Jü...
- Sun Mar 18 9:37 PM
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- Sun Mar 18 7:23 PM
Manchester United meet Tottenham at Wembley again Mark Hughes faces former club where he won 1997 FA Cup Send John an email | Tweet @ JohnBrewin_ 7.12pm GMT Two great ties there , though Chelsea will fancy they have the easiest draw there. The widespread demands for Pochettino to win a trophy hav...
- Sat Mar 17 2:32 PM
On days like this there is no need for Tottenham Hotspur to worry about how they will cope without Harry Kane on the pitch. Christian Eriksen demonstrated why he so much more than a member of the supporting cast as he scored another two splendid goals, taking his tally for the season to 11, to ea...
- Sat Mar 17 11:15 AM
FA Cup quarter-final updates from the 12.15pm GMT game Big interview: Swansea City’s Sam Clucas And feel free to email your thoughts to Scott 5.43pm GMT This is Swansea City’s first FA Cup quarter final for 54 years. The last one was a doozy. In 1964, as struggling Second Division side Swansea To...
- Fri Mar 16 11:10 PM
• Only Champions League or Premier League matters, says manager • ‘Premier League is truest test, 38 games over 10 months’ Mauricio Pochettino believes a domestic cup triumph means nothing to a club in terms of the creation of a winning culture. The Tottenham manager knows the FA Cup represents h...
- Fri Mar 16 4:18 PM
Carlos Carvalhal, Swansea’s manager, has a way with words and it was interesting to hear him say that if Tottenham lose this game it will be “like the end of the world” for them. Tottenham’s progress under Mauricio Pochettino is there for all to see but sooner or later he needs to win a trophy, w...