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 By John Crace

As Tottenham come to life, int'l break comes at inopportune time

Harry Kane has been unable to replicate his form of a year ago, and previous spells in the England team have failed to kick-start Spurs' No. 10.

There's almost never a convenient time for an international break. Clubs thrive best on continuity, and losing players for more than a week not only risks momentum but adds to the possibility of adding to the injury list. Spurs are just one of many clubs for whom this particular round of internationals couldn't come at a worse time.

Mauricio Pochettino's team are at last showing signs of functioning as a a squad. After a decidedly iffy start to the season, the manager's investment in young players...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tottenham after 'new Hazard' Sofiane Boufal; £40m to get rid of Mourinho

Gab Marcotti of ESPN FC believes that Jurgen Klopp would help to bring life back into Liverpool should he end up being hired as the manager.
Sofiane Boufal, who's been labelled the next Eden Hazard is on Tottenham's transfer radar.

The transfer window might be closed, but the rumours keep ticking. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals right here.

TOP STORY: Spurs chase 'new Hazard'

After the emergence of Erik Lamela on top of the standout performances of Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane, one would think that Tottenham are well stocked with young attacking players. While that may be true, too much is never enough when it comes to such a commodity.

That's why it's little surprise...

 By Ben Pearce

Christian Eriksen's brace bails out Tottenham in draw against Swansea

Despite taking the lead early in the game and an own goal by Tottenham forward Harry Kane, Swansea City were unable to get three point against the Spurs, with Christian Eriksen keeping Tottenham level with two crucial free kicks.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says that Tottenham had a solid performance considering their rigorous schedule this past week, and may have even deserved to win.

Tottenham were unable to maintain their winning run, both against Swansea and in the Premier League, as they drew 2-2 at the Liberty Stadium.

The north London outfit had won their previous seven games against their Welsh hosts and went into this match on the back of three successive top-flight victories over Sunderland, Crystal Palace and Manchester City.

However, they trailed twice on Sunday, with Jefferson Montero, who gave Kyle Walker a torrid time down Spurs' right flank, crossing for Andre...

 By John Crace

Dele Alli's form is positive for Tottenham ahead of Swansea test

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Spurs' fixture against Swansea presents a huge challenge to them, despite the Welsh club being without a win in four matches
AS Monaco left it late against Tottenham as Stephan El Shaarawy tallied a late equaliser to draw level 1-1.
Mauricio Pochettino admitted Tottenham dropped two points in their Europa League draw with Monaco, and says his young squad need to learn the dangers of a 1-0 lead.

Half full or half empty? Before the Europa League fixture away to Monaco, there wouldn't have been many Tottenham supporters who wouldn't have settled for a point. Yet come the final whistle, there was a feeling that two points had been thrown away through careless finishing and a drop in tempo.

Having signalled his intent by fielding what was close enough to a full first team, manager Mauricio Pochettino will be annoyed that his players couldn't finish the job to leave Spurs well on course for qualification...

 By Ben Pearce

Dele Alli and Tottenham defence deliver solid performance at Monaco

AS Monaco left it late against Tottenham as Stephan El Shaarawy tallied a late equaliser to draw level 1-1.

Tottenham fans probably would have taken a draw in Monaco before this Europa League outing. But given their surprisingly strong lineup and having gone into half-time 1-0 up, Thursday's result must be viewed as a missed opportunity.

The hosts lacked ambition at the start and Spurs took advantage, with Erik Lamela continuing his recent goalscoring form by netting for the third time in four matches 10 minutes before the break. However, with Monaco flattering to deceive and spurning the opportunities...

 By John Crace

Monaco important for Spurs, but Swansea the priority for Pochettino

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says his side's win over Manchester City shows they can compete with the best.

The more games Tottenham play, the more choices boss Mauricio Pochettino faces.

After last Saturday's emphatic defeat of a surprisingly poor Manchester City, the Spurs manager has bought himself some goodwill. His decision to play a virtual second team against rivals Arsenal in the Capital One Cup was forgiven after his rested players thoroughly dismantled the Premier League leaders.

Another week, another decision as Pochettino has to balance the needs of Thursday's away Europa League tie to Monaco...