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Tottenham Hotspur

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Capital One Cup balancing act for Spurs and Chelsea, but success is key

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho expresses his displeasure with a particular Sky analyst and defends his star striker Diego Costa.

If last weekend's incredible upsets suggested that reports of the death of the magic of the FA Cup had been greatly exaggerated, midweek saw the League Cup reassert itself with two thrilling semifinals. This week has reminded of the drama that the death-or-glory nature of cup competitions can bring.

Chelsea and Liverpool slugged out their encounter but there were plenty of subplots to keep the attention as Jose Mourinho's men advanced. Diego Costa's stamps (one of which was subject to an FA charge),...

 By Dan Fitch

Tottenham head to Wembley thanks to excellent Eriksen

Christian Eriksen's late strike secured Tottenham's Capital One Cup final date versus Chelsea.
Christian Eriksen's late strike secured Tottenham's Capital One Cup final date versus Chelsea.

"Spurs are on their way to Wembley" sang the Spurs fans. Their team were 1-0 up on the night against Sheffield United, 2-0 up on aggregate and seemingly cruising. What could go wrong?

Everything. If you know anything about Tottenham Hotspur, then you watch them with the constant realisation that at any moment, everything can go wrong. And it almost did. Only two sublime goals from Christian Eriksen saved Spurs' blushes on a night that looked likely to provide a routine victory, before exploding...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Tottenham beat Sheffield United to advance to Capital One Cup final

In-form playmaker Christian Eriksen was the star of the match on Wednesday.

Three thoughts on Tottenham's win against Sheffield United on Wednesday, which secured a place in the Capital One Cup final.

1.   Eriksen blunts Blades comeback

This is how it feels to be Tottenham: Idling through to Wembley, suddenly rocked on their heels by a comeback beyond the realms of possibility. This though, was Sheffield United, the best pound-for-pound Cup fighters in English football. Bramall Lane was turned into a bawling bear pit as two Che Adams goals blasted Tottenham...

 By Dan Fitch

Kane in lone striker role is best bet for Tottenham

Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino looks ahead to his side's Capital One Cup semifinal second leg at Sheffield United.

A few days have passed since Tottenham's FA Cup loss to Leicester, and it's time for the side to pick themselves up, dust themselves off and finish the job that they started Wednesday against Sheffield United.

In a weekend of giant-killing, Spurs were lumped together with Chelsea and Manchester City as examples of shock results. The truth is that there's nothing too shocking about a second-string team losing at home against opponents from the same division, even if Leicester are bottom of the...

 By Chris Wright

Google poke fun at Tottenham's "lackadaisical" defence

Tottenham fans who are aggrieved at the relatively hefty amount of goals their side are shipping lately might want to give Google's dictionary a bit of a wide berth at the moment.

Some jaunty scamp out there (and we're going to go out on a limb and suggest it may have been an Arsenal fan in Google's tech department) has altered the definition of the word "lackadaisical" on the search engine's auto-dictionary function in order to have a cheeky dig at Spurs' porous back four!

 By Dan Fitch

Tottenham's shock FA Cup exit has positives and negatives

Leicester City knocked out Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-1 win in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

There are three ways to react to a bad result. The first is disappointment, often expressed through sulking, ranting or breaking stuff.

The second -- and almost certainly the most annoying for everyone else -- is to pretend the bad result is in some way a good thing, as if conceding two goals in the last seven minutes at home is all part of some grand master plan.

And the third, and most rational, is a mixture of one and two. Yes, you're disappointed -- angry even -- but you hold things together...