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newsfootball5 days ago

Did not like the way my Tottenham played against Everton, admits Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has confessed that he didn’t like the performance that his team put up against Everton with the North Londoners losing their first game of the new season. The Toffees walked away as deserved winners as Tottenham struggled to put up a half-decent fight against Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
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featurefootball6 days ago

2020/21 Premier League Previews | Tottenham, Jose Mourinho and their attempts to become special again

The 2020/21 Premier League season is around the corner and for Tottenham, this season could mean something special in reference to their history. With Jose Mourinho leading the charge, Daniel Levy and co hope that the Portuguese can inject something special and end a decade long trophy drought.
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newsfootball10 days ago

Experimented with new system and thus learnt lot about the team, confesses Gareth Southgate

In light of a dull 0-0 draw against Demark in the UEFA Nations League, Gareth Southgate has defended his change in formation and admitted that England were experimenting with a new system. The Three Lions sit second in Group A2 behind Belgium with the Red Devils having won both their games.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Have got great confidence that I’ll play for England again, admits Danny Ings

Southampton striker Danny Ings has confessed that he believes he will play for the England national team again in the near future as he believes he'll add to his one cap. The 28-year-old was touted for an England call-up before the March friendlies and Euros were cancelled over the coronavirus.
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newsfootball2 months ago

We need to win our final games to play Europa League football, asserts Harry Kane

Three wins out of their last four games has put Tottenham in pole position for Europa League football but Harry Kane has admitted that they need to win their final games to get there. The North Londoners have had an up and down 2019/20 season with them outsiders to finish among the top six.
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featurefootball2 months ago

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 35+ - Five picks that could help change your FPL season

With the end of the season rapidly approaching, navigating the final road has become a lot harder especially with teams playing two games a week. Rotation plays an immense part for the bigger sides and with teams getting back to their best possible form, it hands FPL managers more selection issues.
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featurefootball3 months ago

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 32+ - Panic not, captains and not picks matter

Liverpool have been crowned Premier League champions for the first time in over 30 years and with that the season is all but over. Yet with seven games left, everyone has something to play for and after another 60 plus average, it meant everyone had a ball and for those who didn’t, panic not.
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featurefootball3 months ago

Jose Mourinho's impossible task at Tottenham could make or break his managerial legacy

Less than a month ago, reports started to emerge just days after whispers about Tottenham’s money problems emerged. The North Londoners are in serious problems and their £175 million loan from the Bank of England to help re-pay stadium debt proves that brilliantly. But there is a bigger problem.
Siddhant Lazar
newsfootball4 months ago

Back from injury and ready to go as soon as football resumes, confesses Harry Kane

Tottenham superstar Harry Kane has revealed that he’s fully fit and as good as he can be after what was a serious hamstring injury. The England star had missed Spurs’ last 15 games through the injury and it had caused serious problems for the club with them struggling to cope without their star.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Reports | Tottenham to restart talks over COVID-19 pay cuts with their players

Tottenham are set to restart talks with their players over potential COVID-19 pay cuts after they failed to reach an agreement in April. With the Premier League and the PFA, amongst others, failing to come to a collective agreement, it has seen English clubs take matters into their own hands.
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