West Ham vs Spurs - Match Thread

SPURS: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies, Dier, Winks, Sissoko (Eriksen), Lamela (Dembele), Lucas, Kane (Llorente).

WEST HAM: Fabianski, Zabaleta, Balbuena, Diop, Cresswell, Rice, Noble, Snodgrass, Yarmolenko, Arnautovic, Anderson
Subs: Adrian, Chicharito...

West Ham 0-1 Spurs: exposing wide area weakness

Taking advantage of Felipe Anderson in the wide areas saw our Premier League clash finish West Ham 0-1 Tottenham at the London Stadium.

Source: Spurs fanatic

Is the real Erik Lamela finally standing up?

Is this a new version of Erik Lamela? Two months into the season the Argentine midfielder has five goals already and is looking sharper, stronger and more dangerous than he ever has done for Tottenham Hotspur. For much of his time here, Lamela has looked as if he would not quite fulfil the promise inherent in Spurs paying Roma €30million for him in 2013. This season those expectations may finally be met.

Source: Independent

Pochettino: Sissoko deserves more credit

Mauricio Pochettino says he is pleased that Tottenham fans seem to be warming to Moussa Sissoko. The midfielder has had plenty of critics since his big-money move to north London from Newcastle.

Source: London Football News


Tottenham agree terms with Barrios agent

Tottenham have reached agreement with the agent of Wilmar Barrios over the terms of a deal, with a fee of £20.2million prepared for the defensive midfielder from Boca Juniors, according to a reliable journalist.

Source: This is Futbol

Poch: Dier’s tackle on Ramos highlights Tottenham spirit

Mauricio Pochettino believes Eric Dier’s impressive tackle on Sergio Ramos for England was born from the mentality he has enforced at Tottenham.

Source: London Football News

Moura: Playing football in the streets saved me from a criminal life in Sao Paulo

On a quiet corner of Ferry Lane Estate in Tottenham, Lucas Moura is discussing his escape from violence on the streets of Sao Paulo. The Spurs forward is here as part of a project run by the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation designed to use football to keep children on the straight and narrow - and Lucas knows all about the game’s ability to save.

Source: Evening Standard

Eriksen raves about Skipp

Pochettino is known for exactly that: giving youth a chance, polishing potential until it shines — and 18-year-old Oliver Skipp is next on the production line.

Source: Sun

Pochettino discusses Tottenham's transfer window plans

The Tottenham boss was quizzed about new players and new contracts

Source: Football London

Pochettino happy with Spurs squad despite no signings

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has no regrets over failing to add to his squad in the close season, saying his team's impressive start to the Premier League campaign justifies the decision.

Source: Agence France Press



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