Spurs vs Fulham - Match Thread

Lucas, Trippier, Kane Mitrovic
Spurs: Lloris (c), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez (Dembele), Vertonghen, Davies, Dier (Lamela), Eriksen, Lucas, Dele, Kane (Winks).
Subs: Vorm, Aurier, Rose, Sissoko.

Oduwa Wanted by three Italian Clubs

Tottenham Hotspur Academy product Nathan Oduwa is presumably spoilt for choice over his next destination if reports in the Italian media are anything to go by.

Source: All Nigeria Soccer

Vincent Janssen set for spell out after operation

Tottenham Hotspur’s Vincent Janssen has confirmed that he has undergone a small operation to fix a foot problem.

Source: Football Oranje

Spurs lower Rose price even further

Tottenham have slashed the asking price of Danny Rose by £33million in order to sell him before the end of this month, according to Foot Sur 7.

Source: This is Futbol

This doesn't sounds very Levy-like.

Club partners with eToro

Tottenham Hotspur has today announced a partnership with global investment platform eToro. eToro empowers people to invest by giving them access to the financial instruments they want.

Source: OS

Thats 4 partnerships announced in the last week. Looks like Levy is working hard on improving finances for the club.

Mousa Dembele – Tottenham’s Irreplaceable Enigma

A game-changing substitute performance against Fulham provided a reminder of Dembele’s undeniable quality.

Source: Last Word on Football

Son sends Korea through

A second-half strike from Son Heung-min gave South Korea a 1-0 win over Kyrgyzstan on Monday in Indonesia to confirm a second round tie against Iran in the 2018 Asian Games.

The Korea Times 20 Aug 18

Spurs bags hat-trick of new deals with Audi, 1XBET and IWC Schaffhaus

Tottenham Hotspur has announced a trio of new sponsorships, but its search for an elusive stadium naming-rights partner goes on.

Source: Sports Business

Kane overtakes Bobby Charlton to set Wembley record

After scoring against the Cottagers, Harry Kane has set a new Wembley record. The Tottenham and England centre-forward has become the greatest Wembley goalscorer ever.

Source: 101 great Goals

The numbers break down as follows.

Harry Kane: 26 goals (39 games)
Bobby Charlton 25 (48 games)
Gary Lineker 25 (34 games)
Wayne Rooney 22 (48 games)

Mido: ‘One of my biggest mistakes was to leave Spurs’

Our former striker Mido fondly recalled his time at the club and relationship with the fans during a trip to Wembley on Saturday.

Source: OS

Stadium update for cup games

We have agreed with UEFA that the first home matchday of this season’s Champions League group stage, scheduled on either matchday one (week commencing 17 September) or matchday two (week commencing 1 October), will be staged at Wembley Stadium.

Source: OS



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