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Sophie Jones banned for racial abuse and leaves Sheffield United

• Tottenham’s Renée Hector said Jones made monkey noises• Player’s contract terminated by mutual consent, say UnitedThe Sheffield United women’s player Sophie Jones has been banned for five matches after being found guilty of racially abusing an oppone…

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Kieran Trippier looks to reset with England after patchy spell of form

• Tottenham’s right-back admits he is lucky to be in squad• Michael Keane and Harry Maguire may face Czech RepublicKieran Trippier has admitted he is fortunate to be retained in England’s squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic an…

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Football’s name-changing fetish shows the game’s infected with greed | Anthony Clavane

Renaming White Hart Lane station as Tottenham Hotspur is a blow to loyal fans and the neighbourhood’s historyWhat’s in a name? Everything, if you’re a football fan. The sport has always been driven by finance, but the post-1992 fetish for name-changing…

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Premier League: fight for top four is on – just don’t mention the b-word

Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea can all still win a European trophy but, if they don’t, have just eight games each to try to secure a Champions League placeIt is hard to place the exact moment when “bottle” became such an overused par…

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Tottenham Hotspur station is a bad idea | Brief letters

White Hart Lane | A hug that said it all | Car-free rambles | Solar power | Breakup songs | Brexit BrelI’m a long-term Tottenham resident and lifelong Spurs fan living just a few minutes’ walk from the stadium. There is no need to waste public money on…

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Tottenham Hotspur station is a bad idea | Brief letters

White Hart Lane | A hug that said it all | Car-free rambles | Solar power | Breakup songs | Brexit BrelI’m a long-term Tottenham resident and lifelong Spurs fan living just a few minutes’ walk from the stadium. There is no need to waste public money on…

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London railway station to be renamed Tottenham Hotspur

TfL says change is subject to public consultation but football club appears to be telling partners decision is madeThe railway station near Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium is to be renamed after the club lobbied the London mayor, Sadiq Khan, and his tr…

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Champions League quarter-finals: tie-by-tie analysis and verdict

We run the rule over the matches, including Manchester United’s clash with Barcelona, and predict who will triumphA great opportunity for Juventus and Cristiano Ronaldo to take a step closer to the only title that really matters to the club now that th…

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Champions League draw pits Spurs against Man City and Man Utd with Barcelona

• Liverpool face Porto in last eight, while Ajax meet Juventus• United and Liverpool could meet in last fourTottenham and Manchester City will face each other in an all-English quarter-final of the Champions League next month.Last year’s beaten finalis…

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Four English clubs in the Champions League last eight. What took so long?

Celebrate by all means but ask also why Premier League sides have underperformed for a decade and remember it means little without the trophyUnfurl the bunting, roll out the barrel, clear the streets for a party: there are four Premier League teams in …

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Football transfer rumours: Federico Chiesa to make £70m Spurs move?

Today’s fluff has it all under control After football’s Day Of Shame™ we could all do with some cheering up, so how about we tuck into the one thing that can put a smile on the face of even the most disillusioned fan: a bucketload of wild transfer spec…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Emery has Arsenal on course for top-four finish, Camarasa’s class is vital for Cardiff and Coady leads Wolves from the backManchester United arrived in north London having won every away game under Ole Gunnar Solskjær, including a comprehensive FA Cup …

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flightView the Dozen archive Continue reading…

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Mauricio Pochettino accuses Tottenham of ‘arrogance’ and ‘complacency’

• Spurs manager questions side’s trophy-winning credentials• Southampton come back from half-time deficit to win 2-1Mauricio Pochettino was damning in his assessment of his Tottenham players after they threw away a first-half lead to lose 2-1 to Southa…

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Pochettino on Spurs’ defeat: ‘It was about complacency and arrogance’ – video

A very disappointed Mauricio Pochettino was furious after a dramatic change in the attitude of his Tottenham players allowed Southampton to come back in the second half and secure victory through goals from Yan Valery and James Ward-ProwseMatch report:…

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James Ward-Prowse free-kick caps Saints comeback against Tottenham

The Mauricio Pochettino derby lacked an important ingredient – Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentinian was sat in the directors’ box here, paying off the first instalment of a two-game touchline ban for improper conduct, and he was left feeling helpless a…

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Tottenham announce first match for new 62,000 capacity stadium

• Spurs to play either Brighton or Crystal Palace in April• Champions League quarter-final to take place at new groundTottenham’s first competitive match at their new 62,000-capacity stadium will be against either Brighton or Crystal Palace in the firs…

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Son Heung-min: ‘My father says I shouldn’t marry until I retire and I agree’

The Spurs forward talks about gruelling four-hour keepy-uppy sessions as a child, his desire to repay his family and why marriage can waitThe way that Son Heung-min tells it, he was 10 years old and squabbling with his older brother, Heung-yun. Then so…

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‘I’m in shock’: Pochettino blasts ‘unfair’ touchline ban – video

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has blasted the FA for its decision to hand him a two-match touchline ban for confronting referee Mike Dean after his side’s 2-1 loss at Burnley last month. It is the Argentine’s first major punishment sinc…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

No let-up for Solskjær’s side at Arsenal, a test of Wolves’ progress at Chelsea and plenty of spark in Selhurst’s ‘derby’Following their midweek heroics at the Parc des Princes, Manchester United’s players must “go again” for an away trip to Arsenal on…