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 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham calm amid transfer flux ahead of Liverpool clash at the Lane

A goal from Victor Wanyama helped Tottenham earn a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace to secure their first win of the season.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino praised the performance of his team but said to be 'disappointed' for not scoring more goals.

The final week of the transfer window can be an anxious time for Tottenham fans amid fears that the squad are missing a player or two in key positions.

Last summer, Spurs were approaching the end of a game of brinkmanship with West Bromwich Albion as they attempted to sign striker Saido Berahino, while it seemed the north Londoners were short of a central midfielder. When time ran out, neither position had been filled -- although it proved not to matter.

This time around, there is a different feeling...

No time for panic, but sense of urgency needed at Stoke ahead of Everton trip

Mark Hughes hopes the new directives for awarding penalties will be followed consistently by Premier League referees.

Having seen his Stoke side beaten 4-1 by Manchester City in their last game, manager Mark Hughes will be disappointed but very much focusing on Saturday's trip to Everton, and with it the possibility of his first win of the season.

Like most of the club's fan base, he'll also be more than aware of the context of his latest defeat in what was just his side's second match of a 38-game campaign. Sadly, much as football has returned, so too have the perennial doom-mongers who greet each slow start...