Federico Fazio has praised the Tottenham Hotspur supporters who made the trip to Manchester City and reflected on his Premier League debut, the club’s official website has reported.
Fazio made his first league appearance since joining from Sevilla in the 4-1 defeat, with all of City’s goals coming through his compatriot, Sergio Aguero. But Fazio’s day ended early when he was shown a straight red card after giving away a penalty for a...More
West Bromwich Albion Head Coach Alan Irvine has warned that it would take a massive transfer offer for the club to consider selling top scorer Saido Berahino, the Daily Mail has reported.
The England U-21 international has enjoyed a superb start to the season, scoring five goals in the opening seven Premier League games - equalling his tally for the whole of last season. He is joint second in the division’s scoring charts, and as a r...More
The Premier League resumes after the international break with Manchester City looking for a third straight win against a Tottenham side against whom they scored 11 goals in two games last season.
Even at this early stage of the season, Manuel Pellegrini’s side cannot afford to drop points and fall too far behind leaders Chelsea, but the last two performances away from home will have come as a relief, with players such as James Milne...More
Tottenham Hotspur could groundshare with League One MK Dons and play a handful of Premier League fixtures at Wembley as White Hart Lane is redeveloped, the Daily Mail has reported.
Spurs are looking for a temporary home for the 2017-18 season as the Lane is upgraded to a 56,000-capacity stadium. Milton Keynes is just under 50 miles away from London but considered easy to get to due to the transport links between the cities.
Tottenham could be without right-back Kyle Naughton for several weeks after a scan revealed that he has suffered ankle ligament damage, Sky Sports has reported.
This latest setback leaves manager Mauricio Pochettino with major concerns for when the Premier League resumes after the international break. With Kyle Walker also injured, and not expected to return to action until the end of November, the Argentine is left with Eric Dier - ...More
The international injury curse has struck again for Liverpool. But this time it’s not an English player in the treatment room. BBC Sport reported today of an injury to defender Dejan Lovren.
Summer signing Lovren sustained the abdominal injury when training with the Croatian national team. He will miss his country’s next two European qualification games.
Thanks to injuries when on international duty, club manager Brendan Rogers has ...More
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