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 Posted by John Crace
1 day ago

Liverpool loss illustrates Tottenham's lack of leadership

The Reds rebounded from their 3-1 defeat to Manchester City with a comprehensive 3-nil victory over Tottenham.

Then came the reality check. It wasn't the humiliation of last year's 5-0 thrashing, and Spurs could argue the penalty awarded against them early in the second half that put the game out of reach was about as soft as they come, but it was still a comprehensive defeat.

Tottenham were outclassed in every area of the field. There is still a great deal of work and improvement to be made if manager Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs are to challenge for a top-four place. They may have learned how to swat a...

 Posted by Dan Fitch
2 days ago

Tottenham suffer reality check from Liverpool

This Sunday's Premier League action concluded with an unlikely draw between Arsenal and newly promoted Leicester City, while proceeding that match Liverpool made amends for their previous loss to Manchester City with an emphatic win over Tottenham.

That boys and girls, was a wake up call.

Having won four games on the spin -- albeit against poor opposition -- it was easy to forget the problems of last season.

Liverpool made sure that everyone was reminded today. Tottenham's pressing style was undone by Liverpool beating them at their own game. Spurs were swamped when in possession and were never in any sort of control of the game.

After the victory over QPR, I emphasised the positives, despite the clear weakness of the opposition. Today the...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
2 days ago

Three Points: Tottenham vs. Liverpool

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from Liverpool's 3-0 win vs. Tottenham on Sunday in the Premier League.

1. Liverpool coast past Tottenham again

This was an apparent return to last season for both sides, right down to a repeat of the heavy margin. Tottenham again struggled in a game against elite opposition, with a rampant Liverpool again tearing them apart. In the last three meetings between these teams, Brendan Rodgers' side have put five past Andre Villas-Boas' Spurs, four past Tim Sherwood's and...

 Posted by John Crace
3 days ago

Liverpool will give Tottenham their first real test of the Premier League season

The ESPN FC panel dissect the pivotal matchup of Liverpool against Tottenham, and note what this clash will mean for the season to come.

Four games. Four wins. The perfect start. But Sunday's match against Liverpool at White Hart Lane will offer the first proper test of this season's Spurs side.

Are they merely flat-track bullies who can swat aside inferior opposition? Or are they the real deal with the physical and mental strength to prevail against top-class sides? The evidence so far points to the latter, but no one will be taking anything for granted. A win, even a scrappy win, and fans and pundits alike might just start t...

 Posted by John Crace
5 days 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
6 days 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 ...