Midway through the first half of Tottenham's Carabao Cup match against Barnsley, the chants of "Wem-ber-lee, Wem-ber-lee" began from the away end. The Spurs fans, who still do not really think of themselves as the "home" end, didn't join in. For Barnsley's travelling mob, a third trip to Wembley in three seasons was something to celebrate. For Tottenham's fans, a third trip to Wembley in six days was a drag, and most stayed away on a blustery Tuesday night.
The official attendance for the match,...
LONDON -- Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks says he is finally pain-free and back to full fitness after coming through Wednesday's 1-0 Carabao Cup win over Barnsley unscathed.
Winks, 21, played 90 minutes in the third-round victory over the Championship strugglers -- his first start since suffering medial ankle ligament damage following a freak fall in the Premier League match at Burnley in April.
The midfielder has been playing through the pain barrier since returning to preseason training early...
With plenty of football to play before now and the end of the season, the top Premier League clubs will need to dig deep to stay in the hunt for major trophies. But which of them has the best reserve list to call upon outside the starting XI?
Tottenham Hotspur's second XI is stronger than it was but still weaker than the club would like. It is probably the least strong of the Premier League's top six and nowhere near Manchester City's.
Click here to see how Tottenham's second XI would look.
Football supporters are a funny old breed in general, but the fans who pour their time and energy into producing musical tributes to their beloved clubs tend to be a special kind of bonkers.
With that in mind, Tottenham fan Jessie Barnett has taken Elton John's "Circle of Life" (from the Lion King soundtrack) and used it as a basis for a quite astounding ode to his team.
Some of the lyrics may be a little on the dodgy side, but at the very least it's a well made video, despite the bizarre imagery...