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Silkeborg IF
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 Posted by Dan Fitch
3 days ago

Tottenham have depth to compete domestically and in Europe

Paulinho should feature in Tottenham's Europa League visit to Serbia after not making the bench in Spurs' last two Premier League fixtures.

It has to be said that conceding two goals in a game in which the opposition managed only one shot on target is a particularly Tottenham Hotspur-style statistic, but nevertheless there was much to be positive about in their 2-2 draw with Sunderland on Saturday.

Going forward, Spurs created enough chances to put the game to bed. You can criticise the profligacy and ability to shoot themselves in the foot at the other end, yet the glass-half-full brigade will be content with the quality of attacking...

 Posted by John Crace
5 days ago

Player Ratings: Spurs lacking in mental strength

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he is disappointed after only gaining one point from their 2-2 draw at Southampton.

While an away point is never a bad result, Tottenham were good enough to have won convincingly at Sunderland on Saturday, but instead had to settle for a disappointing 2-2 draw. They went ahead on three minutes when Nacer Chadli slotted home a rebound, though conceded moments later when Adam Johnson was given too much space in the area.

They dominated the game thereafter, though, making Harry Kane's own goal to end it 2-2 all the more frustrating. Mousa Dembele and Erik Lamela both hit the woodwork,...

 Posted by Dan Fitch
6 days ago

Injury-free international break a boost for Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino looks ahead to this weekend's trip to Sunderland.

International breaks are generally as welcome as a bout of toothache, but even by their own irritating standards, the one that has just passed was particularly painful.

With the Premier League season barely three games in and just starting to warm up, the international schedule prematurely cut it dead. After a torturous week of essentially irrelevant football action, we thankfully return to the stuff that matters.

- Report: Pochettino: Spurs must learn from Liverpool defeat
- Report: Fans...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
Sep 11, 2014

Where will they end up? Spurs' stadium options explained

Only one thing is clear from what is likely to be a tricky search for Tottenham's temporary home, and that is there is no clear best candidate.

Where should Tottenham play if they leave White Hart Lane for one season?

The club admitted as much when confirming they would have to move away from their base for the duration of the 2017-18 campaign, having revised the construction programme of a new stadium. "Clearly all possible options have pros and cons and we are aware that we shall not be able to find one which will please all parties," a Spurs statement said.

- Crace:...

Sep 11, 2014

Spurs' stadium decision needs to be made with supporters in mind

White Hart Lane will soon be part of history, but what does the future hold?

It always felt just a little too good to be true. Building a new stadium adjacent to the existing one at White Hart Lane and managing the transition from one to the other seamlessly. That was the kind of thing slicker, more professional clubs managed. Clubs -- say it in a whisper -- like Arsenal.

- Delaney: Stadium options explained

Sure enough, after years of indecision -- anyone for the Olympic stadium? -- followed by several years of promises that the new ground would emerge like a phoenix from...

 Posted by Uli Hesse
Sep 9, 2014

Lewis Holtby's loan cycle continues with another trip to Hamburg

Lewis Holtby has become used to moving clubs.

A week ago, the transfer window closed after the usual frenetic last-gasp activity. By general consensus, in the Bundesliga, Mainz were among those who made the most of it. The club had already signed highly rated Serbian midfielder Filip Djuricic (from Benfica) in August. Then, on the final two days of the summer transfer period, they also grabbed defender Philipp Wollscheid (from Leverkusen), midfielder Jonas Hofmann (Dortmund) and striker Sami Allagui (Hertha).

All four should really help the...