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 Posted by John Crace
13 hours ago

Loyal Michael Dawson will be missed at Tottenham as he leaves for Hull

Michael Dawson will be missed at Tottenham after giving his all.

There's little place for sentiment in modern football. Deals are made, form drops, players get old and teams move on. It's no different to any other business. There are times, though, when a little sentiment wouldn't go amiss. Thursday is one such moment.

How lovely would it have been if Michael Dawson's move to Hull could have been put back a few days so that he could have had one last outing at White Hart Lane -- a chance for him and the fans to say goodbye to one another properly. It was nev...

 Posted by Kevin Palmer
1 day ago

Lamela finally showcasing potential

Being top of the Premier League table after two games means nothing according to Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino.

It was evident from the moment Tottenham returned to preseason training under new head coach Mauricio Pochettino that Erik Lamela was going to be a focal point of the club's latest new dawn.

You needed merely to follow the official social media streams provided by Spurs to appreciate that Lamela was belatedly about to be given top billing ahead of his second season in English football, with advertising campaigns for the new home shirts featuring the Argentine midfielder who signed from Roma for ...

 Posted by Dan Fitch
2 days ago

Spurs putting the fun in football

Nacer Chadli's impressive brace against QPR earned him player of the week accolades for Week 2 in the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur are top of the Premier League. All they have to do now is to tread water, maintain their current form and they will win the title. Whether Eric Dier can continue his current scoring ratio is questionable, but even if he can't, he should still break the 20 league-goal barrier that remained forever elusive for Jermain Defoe.

Spurs are rarely top of the league, so their fans can surely be forgiven for hamming it up and making the most of the situation. Everyone knows it won't l...

 Posted by John Crace
4 days ago

Spurs showing early strength

At the final whistle, some of the purists were arguing about whether the 4-0 scoreline in Tottenham's victory over QPR was more a reflection of how poor the visitors had been than of Spurs' skill.

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Wiser voices knew that these distinctions are often meaningless; few teams ever get precisely what they deserve over the course of 90 minutes, and a convincing victory over the newly promoted QPR would have been as much as anyone had dared hope before kickoff. To have had the game won by halftime ...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
4 days ago

Three Points: Tottenham vs. QPR

Mauricio Pochettino could quickly become the new darling of White Hart Lane after his rampant Tottenham side showed no remorse in ruining Harry Redknapp's return.

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from Tottenham's 4-0 win at home vs. Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.

1. Slick Spurs ravage Rangers

Sunday saw an unhappy return for Harry Redknapp and a painful lesson in how difficult survival in the Premier League will be for QPR. Tottenham Hotspur simply blew Rangers away in the first half and now look like quite the proposition under the new management of Mauricio Pochettino.

Not since Redknapp was in charge have Spurs played so attractively as they did in t...

 Posted by Dan Fitch
5 days ago

Redknapp return offers Poch chance

Queen's Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp discusses the appointment of Glenn Hoddle as first team coach at QPR.

It's fair to say that Harry Redknapp polarises opinion. There are Spurs fans that love him and wish he were still in charge of the club, while others were only too pleased when Daniel Levy got rid of him. On Sunday, those fans will deliver their verdict on Redknapp's time at the club, when QPR visit White Hart Lane.

Much like the recently departed Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood, Redknapp's inability to stop talking ultimately had a bigger bearing on his position than the results on the pitch did...