Tottenham’s weekend match winner Christian Eriksen believes that his side’s battling win can be the building blocks for confidence in his team mates, according to Sky Sports.
After falling behind to a goal from former Spurs player Jake Livermore, Hull were reduced to ten men before the away side produced some very entertaining football to come back and win 2-1.
Eriksen was the scorer of the dramatic 89th minute winner and the Dane n...More
Two more sides in desperate need of a result meet in the Premier League on Sunday as Hull City meet a Tottenham side coming under increasing pressure to regain form.
The Tigers have had a number of injuries to contend with in recent weeks, but that does not excuse their performance in the last game at Burnley. They were strangely lethargic and created very few chances, so Steve Bruce will be demanding a reaction, as well as more of g...More
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has insisted that he does not regret the decision to allow defender Michael Dawson to join Hull City in the summer, Sky Sports has reported.
The former England international spent nine years at White Hart Lane after joining from Nottingham Forest in 2005, going on to become captain and establish himself as a fans’ favourite, making a total of 324 appearances in all competitions and scoring 10 goals....More
As Tottenham Hotspur look to solve their problematic frontline they have identified Croatian star Andrej Kramaric as a potential target, according to the Daily Star.
The 23-year-old is one of the most inform strikers in Europe this season – so far bagging 26 goals in 20 games including a 13 minute Europa League hat trick against Feyenoord for club HNK Rijeka.
Italian duo AC and Inter Milan have been credited with the strongest inte...More
Paul Mitchell -Southampton’s head of recruitment and the man credited with the club’s hugely impressive buys in recent seasons - has handed his notice into the club ahead of a move to Tottenham Hotspur as Daniel Levy starts his major changes, according to the Telegraph.
Reports emerged last week that ahead of major changes around White Hart Lane Levy had made the influential Mitchell his number one target in a bid to overhaul a faili...More
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has defended manager Mauricio Pochettino despite a disappointing start to the season which sees the club lie 12th in the Premier League table after 10 games, Sky Sports has reported.
Pochettino was appointed in the summer to replace Tim Sherwood, who had parted company with Tottenham shortly after the end of last season after five months as Head Coach. The Argentine guided his new club to victory in t...More
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