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 By PA Sport

Harry Kane hails Tottenham academy as model for other Prem clubs

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Chelsea and Tottenham's Cup title match is more important than Liverpool and Manchester City's match.

Harry Kane believes Tottenham are setting an example to the rest of the Premier League when it comes to putting faith in nurtured talent, while adding he wants to be a Spur for life.

The 21-year-old is likely to be leading the attack for Spurs when they face London rivals Chelsea in Sunday's Capital One Cup final.

But Kane, who has already amassed 24 goals this season, will not be the only man in Mauricio Pochettino's side to have come through the ranks at White Hart Lane.

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Jose Mourinho says he once turned down approach to coach Tottenham

The ESPN FC panel discuss why despite Tottenham's impressive victory over Chelsea when the sides last met, Chelsea remain heavy favourites in the League Cup Final.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho turned down an approach from Tottenham after leaving Stamford Bridge in September 2007.

Speaking ahead of Sunday's Capital One Cup final between the sides when he will seek a first trophy of his second spell, the Blues boss admitted that an exit clause forbade him from managing in England for two years and that even Spurs' attempts to pay compensation to the Blues fell short.

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"I couldn't go," said Mourinho, after confirming the approach from Spurs. "I couldn't train...

Mourinho has Wembley wish

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Jose Mourinho wants his Chelsea squad to become Wembley regulars.

Mourinho is bidding for the first trophy of his second spell at Stamford Bridge when the Blues play Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday.

Chelsea have not won the trophy since Mourinho's second League Cup success in 2007 - they were beaten by Spurs in the final the following year - and last claimed silverware in 2013 when they lifted the Europa League.

"Chelsea cannot win everything and cannot win every season," Mourinho said.

"If...

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Diego Costa, Harry Kane prepare for Wembley battle in a tale of two strikers

Thibaut Courtois insisted they weren't solely focused on in-form Harry Kane and said, "We need to see how to stop him, but of course stop all of Tottenham."
The ESPN FC panel discuss why despite Tottenham's impressive victory over Chelsea when the sides last met, Chelsea remain heavy favourites in the League Cup Final.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Chelsea and Tottenham's Cup title match is more important than Liverpool and Manchester City's match.

Theirs is a comparison of an expensive foreign import and a great young hope of the English game starring for the team he supported as a boy. One has inspired cynicism, the other romanticism and in their own ways, Diego Costa and Harry Kane have become the leading men of the 2014-15 English season. On Sunday, their respective performances in the 2015 Capital One Cup final could well prove crucial to the final result.

Costa arrived in London in the precise mould that Jose Mourinho wants from...

Capital One Cup victory could spark future glory for Chelsea or Tottenham

ESPN FC's Alison Bender looks ahead to the Capital One Cup final.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says it will be "an honour" to face Jose Mourinho's Chelsea in the Capital One Cup final.

For all the differences between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur as teams right now, there was one common strand among their key players in the buildup to Sunday's meeting. Neither John Terry nor Christian Eriksen really mentioned the tangible prizes on offer -- the medals and the Capital One Cup -- themselves.

Instead, when asked about the significance of winning Sunday's final, both talked about the "feeling" and, more pointedly, the subsequent desire to "have the feeling again."

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That is what Sunday...