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EFL Cup Match report - Liverpool v Spurs, 25.10.16
· Liverpool 2 Spurs 1 - Spurs clear four dates off the calendar

The announcement of the teams suggested there had been a pre-match arrangement by both managers whereby they would both field weaker teams than those they use in the Premier League. Only Eric Dier – moved to his usual defensive position, and given the Captain’s armband – survived from those who had started for either team at the week-end. Liverpool’s attack looked the strongest part of their team, and Spurs’ defence looked the strongest section for the visitors. After all, even our second string back four contained full internationals Ben Davies and Kevin Wimmer. Both sides played some of their kids, with right back Trent Alexander-Arnold – just 18 years old – impressing against Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, who made his first Spurs start, but had a bad night, failing to get the better of his opponent, and sadly having the worst of starts when he slipped to let in the home side for an early goal. Thereafter, it was a steeper uphill climb for Spurs, who didn’t truly compete until the seasoned Lamela and Wanyama arrived in the second half. Spurs went two down – both scored by Sturridge – and got one back through a Janssen penalty, but the score-line flatters as Sturridge could have had two or three more goals.........

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Spurs Development & Academy Reports, 2016-17
· Leicester 2 Spurs 0 (EPL2) - Spurs' losing run continues
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· Spurs U18s 1 Chelsea U-18s 1 - Honours even as Chelsea miss a penalty
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Spurs' losing run (5 consecutive games)continues as they drop another place due to Leicester's win. The East Midlanders have the same number of points but a better goal difference. Spurs now face Manchester United on Friday afternoon at Hotspur Way. United beat Arsenal 1-0 this evening and are sixth in the table.........

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Norman Giller's Weekly - 24.10.16
· A lament for Lamela, the marmite man.

A lament for Lamela, the marmite man.

Erik Lamela has become the Marmite Man of Tottenham, either liked or loathed, and there is a small but noisy lynch mob who seem to have the agenda of booing and jeering him out of White Hart Lane

They just might get their way in the January transfer window, with Inter Milan heading a cluster of Italian clubs who would willingly take him back on to the Serie A stage, where he was a popular performer with Roma before joining Spurs.

But you can bet your boots that Mauricio Pochettino will want to keep Lamela at the Lane, and Erik’s father and agent Jose insists that his son sees his long-term future at Tottenham. But he will not be deaf to the growing criticism of a player known at home in Argentina as Coco because of his ball juggling skills. Erik is a long way from home and would like a little love.........

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Premier League Match report - Bournemouth v Spurs, 22.10.16
· Bournemouth 0 Spurs 0 - We might be unbeaten, but we are not good enough

Unusually, due to the nature of my journey today, I found myself tweeting words to the effect of my headline soon after the game. There was a mixed response. Some people were positive because we are still unbeaten in the league. Others were far more critical than I, and expressed their views in stronger language. Some were angry, and I confess to feeling more angry than usual during the game. I was angry with our performance; with the lack of goals, firepower, penetration, inventiveness, and also with our persistence in passing short in our own half, often backwards, and often to the man in least rather than most space. I was angry with the referee, who I felt was very much against Spurs today, although others with the benefit of TV replays say that we might have had a player or two sent off.........

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Champions League Group E Match report - Bayer Leverkusen v Spurs, 18.10.16
· Bayer Leverkusen 0 Spurs 0 - Lloris saves Spurs for a good away point.

The official crest of Bayer 04 Leverkusen On a wet night in a re-vamped Bay Arena, Hugo Lloris made surely a world class save from former Manchester United forward Hernandez, along with a string of other saves to secure a good point for Spurs in a difficult away match. Certainly, the home side, who have now drawn all three of their games, were desperate to secure all three points here, and the result is definitely better for Spurs than it was for Leverkusen.

Bayer Leverkusen at kick-off

As anticipated by this observer, Kyle Walker was rested at home, and Kieran Trippier took his place. Trippier was involved in two or three good attacking moves particularly in the second half, but like most of the Spurs outfield players made at least one mistake in a hard fought contest.......

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