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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Tottenham's Dele Alli suspended, Nainggolan talks Chelsea

The guys respond to your tweets about Arsenal, Harry Kane moving to La Liga and playing in friendlies that turned nasty.

TOTTENHAM: Tottenham's Dele Alli suspended for three UEFA European competition matches after his red card vs. Gent.

- Tottenham have been given the green light to play next season's "home" matches in front of Wembley's full 90,000-capacity.

CHELSEA: Radja Nainggolan has said he discussed a transfer to Chelsea with manager Antonio Conte last summer, and could be interested in re-opening talks at the end of the season if the British weather improved.

ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger says...

 By Chris Wright

Arsenal mad Piers Morgan poses in a Tottenham shirt

Piers Morgan has been silenced on Twitter and made to appear in a Tottenham shirt as the result of a charity fund-raising campaign.

Unsurprisingly, the drive attracted an awful lot of attention, with members of the public donating thousands of pounds to Comic Relief in order to shut Morgan up for 24 glorious hours of peace and quiet.

However, as an added...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings: Tottenham Hotspur remain eighth

Dele Alli helped show Harry Kane's absence for Tottenham Hotspur won't be an issue.

It was a case of "no Harry Kane, no problem" for Tottenham Hotspur against Southampton, as Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli's goals meant the England striker was not overly missed. Mauricio Pochettino's side remain second, two points ahead of Manchester City.

To see where Tottenham Hotspur fit in Shaka Hislop's full rankings, as well as which clubs made the list this week and which dropped out, click here.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Kante, Pogba and Sanchez crucial, Rooney and Sturridge wane in Prem

The ESPN FC crew has all the news and views from the Premier League's top six clubs.
The ESPN FC crew has all the news and views from the Premier League's top six clubs.
The ESPN FC crew has all the news and views from the Premier League's top six clubs.
The ESPN FC crew has all the news and views from the Premier League's top six clubs.
The ESPN FC crew has all the news and views from the Premier League's top six clubs.
The ESPN FC crew has all the news and views from the Premier League's top six clubs.

At the start of the season, ESPN FC's club bloggers and correspondents selected their side's most important players for the season ahead. 

Now, with the title run-in approaching, each club has a revised list of key performers. Who is in, who is out and who has flopped? Click on each club for a detailed rundown of the key men and those who have fallen by the wayside. 

CHELSEA

N'Golo Kante's importance has risen from the start of the season and he is Chelsea's star man. Eden Hazard...

Harry Kane, Dele Alli lead list of Tottenham's 15 most important players

Former Tottenham defender Ledley King speaks about Tottenham's progression under Mauricio Pochettino.

Before the start of the season, ESPN FC ranked Tottenham's top 15 players in order of importance.

Eight months later, and with Spurs second in the table and preparing for an FA Cup semifinal against Chelsea, we did it again, naming the climbers and fallers over the course of the campaign.

This list is not extensive and has been ranked according to varying factors. Some players still with a part to play have been omitted. 

Performance, potential, the ability to make an impact and influence the...

England's Harry Kane reliance shows vs. Germany, may hurt them in Russia

Tottenham and England's Harry Kane remains upbeat despite suffering an ankle injury.
Tottenham and England's Harry Kane remains upbeat despite suffering an ankle injury.

DORTMUND, Germany -- If there can be such a thing in professional sport, England suffered a "positive defeat" against Germany in Dortmund on Wednesday.

Gareth Southgate's team showed signs of being able to adapt to an unfamiliar defensive formation with three at the back, their use of the ball was an improvement on recent encounters with elite opponents, and the likes of Adam Lallana, Dele Alli and Eric Dier all underlined their growing importance within England's World Cup plans.

But with Southgate's...