GARETH Bale’s Tottenham deserve Champions League football next season. Andre Villas-Boas’ Tottenham warrant a top-four finish.
Our columnist tells Gregory Loo that Villas-Boas has learned from his mistakes at Chelsea
TOTTENHAM are doing very well at the moment.
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The last time Arsenal beat Tottenham 5-2, it triggered a season-saving run of victories. How Arsene Wenger must be hoping that history will repeat itself this year.
Our writer, Neil Humphreys, picks out the great and the good, the terrible and the tragic and the occasionally grotesque from the weekend’s EPL action.
Clint Dempsey scored a goal in his first start for Barclays Premier League side Tottenham during the Europa League match against Lazio, but he was ruled offside.
In the squeaky bum time that is the last 10 minutes of a match, Tottenham can boast a perfect record of fidgeting so nervously that they fall off the chair.
It’s official then. Brendan Rodgers is a loony.
(Demba Ba 54, Hatem Ben Arfa 80-pen)
(Jermain Defoe 76)
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The fight for third place between three teams will be as intense as the title race, with a sure Champions League spot up for grabs.
What a difference a week has made for Kyle Walker. His seven steps to football heaven began with the young Tottenham fullback winning the PFA Young Player of the Year award and ended with him striding towards one of the goals of the year.
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