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Tottenham Hotspur

 By Dan Fitch

Spurs starting to build momentum at key point of season

Qatar Sports Investments are reportedly interested in acquiring a Premier League club.

Spurs have produced some good performances this season, but they've so far failed to string those displays together.

Having won two games on the bounce and with Burnley to come on Saturday, Tottenham have the chance to start putting a run of form together. If it happens, then the season could start to look very different.

Thanks to the fact that other sides have also been bumbling around, Mauricio Pochettino's team are still very much in the mix for a Champions League spot. With a Wembley...

 By Dan Fitch

Tottenham 'reserves' impress in Capital One Cup win over Newcastle

Nabil Bentaleb's first-half strike was all Tottenham would need to beat Newcastle, although Spurs added three more goals for good measure.

Tottenham supporters, and indeed the general world of football, consider Spurs a walking punchline. A club where everything that can go wrong generally does.

Wednesday was one of those rare nights when everything went right, from the match that the team won to the draw for the semifinals in which they drew Sheffield United rather than Chelsea or Liverpool.

The result came at the expense of an under-strength Newcastle team that collapsed in the second-half after an opening 45 minutes in which...

Three Points: Tottenham vs. Newcastle United

Spurs smash Newcastle in Capital One Cup play at White Hart Lane.
Nabil Bentaleb scored his first senior goal with Tottenham, giving Spurs a 1-0 lead over Newcastle in the first half.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from Tottenham's 4-0 win over Newcastle in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday night, which sees them advance to the competition's final four sides.

1. Returning to reality

Tottenham Hotspur reach their first semifinal in any competition for three years, and finally reach a higher level of performance under Mauricio Pochettino.

It was not just that this 4-0 League Cup quarterfinal victory over Newcastle United was their most handsome win over a Premier League...

 By John Crace

Tottenham can salvage season in Capital One Cup

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has called on the fans at White Hart Lane to come together and help his side beat Newcastle to reach the Capital One Cup semifinals.

Almost exactly a year ago, Spurs were looking to kick-start their season with a victory against West Ham in the Capital One Cup quarterfinals in their first match with Tim Sherwood in charge. No one needs reminding that Spurs lost that game after taking the lead midway through the second half.

Twelve months on, Tottenham find themselves in a remarkably similar position against a Newcastle side that has already won once this season at White Hart Lane.

Manager Mauricio Pochettino faces some tough...

 By John Crace

Spurs down Swans with Christian Eriksen again the hero

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was happy with 'tough three points' his side earned at Swansea.

Last minute winners away from home are getting to be a useful habit for Tottenham. After being battered for much of the game by a pacey and physical Swansea side Christian Eriksen stole the game with a superb strike from the edge of the box. The Welsh team must feel as if the Grinch has come 10 days early.

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Swirling wind and heavy rain are usually signals for a lacklustre Spurs performance, but although there were familiar lapses in creativity and concentration Tottenham exhibited a welcome battling...

 By Dan Fitch

After a bad string of results, Tottenham face tough test in Swansea

Cenk Tosun was the hero, as Besiktas narrowly defeated Tottenham following two power outages.

If the win over Everton suggested to optimistic minds everywhere that Spurs had turned a corner, the subsequent three matches have brought everyone back down to earth.

The results have been predictable. A spirited performance at Chelsea was lost in a defensive harakiri, before Tottenham once again failed to break down a side they should beat, as they drew with Crystal Palace.

This past week, the Europa League finale against Besiktas represented another game in which certain players underperformed....