Tottenham were long thought to be at the head of the race for Louis van Gaal’s signature this summer, only to be thwarted by the managerial situation at Manchester United. But that’s not to say the game is up. The current Netherlands coach hasn’t confirmed where he’ll be next season, but the feeling is that […]
Andros Townsend: I’d never take a selfie on the pitch like Wojciech Szczesny… It can come back to bite you later
Tweeting live during the Champions League encounter between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich last night, Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker’s big mouth may have got the former England striker into a spot of bother. With Madrid leading 1-0 at the interval, Lineker boldly tweeted this claim: If this finishes 1-0 I’ll get my ears pinned […]
The London Evening Standard have reported on Thursday that Tottenham are considering hiring David Moyes to be their new manager. The Evening Standard whacked the harsh headline “Tottenham weigh up gamble on David Moyes - Scot still impresses Daniel Levy despite failure at Manchester United” over their piece. Tucking into the meat of the story, Tom Collomosse
Hugo Lloris says Tottenham ‘gave up’ in key matches and will be hard pushed to get worse next season
Tottenham tried to insert clause in Gareth Bale contract with Real Madrid preventing Mesut Ozil joining Arsenal
The Australian media are reporting that Tottenham have made an exciting signing: 16-year-old Australian goalkeeper Tommy Glover from Sutherland Sharks. Glover has been on the radar of the north London giants and has impressed legendary Spurs goalkeeper Pat Jennings over the past two years. The 16-year-old keeper was sent for a trial as a 14-year-old
Opinion: Pochettino could be the answer for Tottenham – originally posted on Soccerlens.com Tim Sherwood never stood a chance at Tottenham. From the moment he took over from Andre Villas-Boas, the former Spurs player was regarded with suspicion from many in the support-base, who, thanks to his persona, saw him as nothing more … Read More → From Soccerlens.com – Football News
‘It will be difficult to do worse next season’ – Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris delivers brutal assessment
Unfortunately for Tottenham Hotspur, it appears that they may again go into a summer having to replace before they can improve. Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been one of the few consistent performers in the Premier League this season, and perhaps then unsurprisingly, finds himself linked with a move away from White Hart Lane. With Atletico […]
Brazilian midfielder Sandro was much talked about on Saturday lunchtime despite not playing any part in Tottenham’s 3-1 win over Fulham. Despite returning from injury, Tim Sherwood did not utilise Sandro in his matchday squad for the victory over the Cottagers and “The Beast” sent a Tweet before kick off explaining that he was fit
David Moyes sacked: What next for the former Manchester United manager – Newcastle or Tottenham perhaps?
Who is Louis van Gaal?: The Netherlands manager is the current favourite to take charge at Manchester United after David Moyes sacked
Louis van Gaal has been linked with replacing Tim Sherwood at Tottenham for a number of months, with the Dutchman set to leave his role as Netherlands national team manager following this summer’s World Cup. However, reports suggested that the 62-year-old was holding out to see what happened with events at Manchester United surrounding the future of David Moyes. Van Gaal was right to wait.
Linked to Man United, Louis van Gaal has told Tottenham he won’t be going to White Hart Lane [Mirror]
The Daily Mail have some bad news for Tottenham supporters on Tuesday’s edition. After a poor season at White Hart Lane, most Spurs fans were hoping that experienced Holland coach Louis van Gaal could steady the ship for the 2014/2015 season. Van Gaal met with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy after Andre Villas-Boas was sacked and
RAHEEM STERLING lit up Carrow Road with a scintillating display as Liverpool beat Norwich. Hugo Lloris was in top form for Tottenham after keeping out Fulham’s Hugo Rodallega with a breathtaking save while Chelsea’s Ramires was the villain of the piece again after elbowing Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson.