Tottenham Hotspur defender Joe Rodon is a target for Brighton and Hove Albion as they bid to replace Arsenal target Ben White in their squad. According to The Sun, Brighton boss Graham Potter wants to take Welsh international Rodon on loan for the season.
Rodon was one of the best players for Wales as they reached the first knockout stage at the Euro 2020 tournament before they were beaten by eventual semi-finalists Denmark. The Tottenham Hotspur centre back was involved in all four Wales games at the tournament. The Welsh defender has spent one season at Spurs since joining them from English Championship outfit Swansea City last summer. Continue Reading
Tottenham Hotspur have pulled out of talks to make Antonio Conte their new manager according to Sky Sports. The two parties had been in discussion over the past few days on the vacant managerial job at Spurs.
The North London club is in the market for a new manager after Jose Mourinho was dismissed in April after a disappointing season. Mourinho was sacked by Spurs around a week before the Carabao Cup final which ended in a 1-0 defeat to Manchester City thanks to the late goal from Aymeric Laporte. Continue Reading
Tottenham Hotspur are winless in their last two games in the Premier League but they have the chance to put that run to bed when they take on hosts Everton at Goodison Park on Friday night. It would be the second league meeting of the season between the two teams.
Their first meeting of the season was the Premier League opener for the two teams. Everton secured a 1-0 away win over Spurs with the only goal of the game coming via the head of Toffees striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin. England international Calvert-Lewin has 14 goals in the league this season and he could stake a claim for the Golden Boot Award when the teams meet. There’s Harry Kane on the opposite side. Continue Reading
Tottenham Hotspur survived FA Cup scare against lower league opponents to progress into the fifth round of the competition. The North London giants had to come from behind to score four goals and beat English Championship outfit Wycombe Wanderers away from home at the fourth round stage of the competition. Wycombe Wanderers played hosts to Tottenham Hotspur at Adams Park in the last tie in the FA Cup fourth round this season and the bottom club in the English Championship gave Tottenham Hotspur a scare in the first half before manager Jose Mourinho and his players turned it around with the help of three second half goals.
Frenchman Tanguy Ndombele has had his problems under Jose Mourinho but he was the star player as he netted two late goals to propel his team to a comprehensive 4-1 win over the home team. Tanguy Ndombele is the most expensive player in the history of Tottenham Hotspur following his £62m transfer from French Ligue 1 giants Lyon at the start of last season. Ndombele and Mourinho didn’t get along initially but their relationship has improved in recent months. Jose Mourinho became the Spurs boss at the end of 2019 afterformer manager Mauricio Pochettino was sacked for a poor start to the season last term. Continue Reading
Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Joe Hart has singled out four of his teammates for praise after the dominant display in the Europa League on Thursday night. Tottenham Hotspur are closing in on a place in the last 32 of the Europa League after the 4-0 thrashing of Bulgarian side Ludogorets Razgrad at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. It was an easy win for Spurs as manager Jose Mourinho used the game to rest a lot of the first team players.
Tottenham Hotspur stars like Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min, Eric Dier and many more were unused during the game which saw summer signing Carlos Vinicius score his first goals for the club. The 25-year-old Brazilian striker had not scored in his first four games for Spurs until the Ludogorets game earlier this week. Continue Reading
Pablo Mari has joined Arsenal from Brazilian side Flamengo as the very first signing the Gunners have completed this January.
The efforts of Mikel Arteta to
salvage whatever is left of the season may not be enough to qualify Arsenal for
the Europa league not to talk of the champions league but it will be considered
a huge leap if they can at least finish on the table higher than cross town
rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham Hotspur are currently sitting at the 14thin the English Premier League table and with that all the goodwill Mauricio Pochettino had acquired for the past three years have now dropped to an all-time low it may even be harder than Spurs’ table position.
Spurs have been struggling all season long. They have failed to win any Premier League match since September and with Leicester and Chelsea putting in heavy performances weekly, even the allure of the Champions League qualification is slipping more away from the grasp of Pochettino and his crew. Continue Reading
Tottenham 2-2 draw against Manchester City looks great on paper, watching the game, you would be left wondering how it ended in a draw. Tottenham looked second best throughout the game and if not for uncharacteristic finishing from the Champions, it could have been a whitewash from the hosts.
Pochettino will take some positives on the mental fortitude of his side coming back twice in the game otherwise there is nothing to take from the game. The midfield was stark average and the difference between the two clubs was clear. Continue Reading
Jamie O’Hara reckons that Tottenham Hotspur should start a bit of shopping now as their squad is in dire need of some reinforcement. The Spurs haven’t done any shopping for more than a year. The last time they signed someone was in the previous winters.
This season they haven’t opted to go searching for any player either during the summer or during the mid-season when the transfer window opened again and have been very content with the squad that they have at their disposal. Result-wise, one would think that they haven’t done too badly as they currently are in the Round of 4 in Europe. Continue Reading
Tottenham Hotspur is one of the well-run clubs in the English Premier League and posses one of the youngest bright coach in football in Mauricio Pochettino. The club with the 6th largest wage bill in England has consistently made the Champions League places in the past four years.
However, with no trophy to show for it, there is a sense the Spurs are going through a similar patch to the trophyless period of Arsene Wenger. Both clubs have similarities in that Arsenal had just constructed a new stadium that led to a spendthrift nature for the club. Continue Reading