Spurs vs Cardiff City - Match Thread

Winks can be missing piece in the midfield puzzle

The task Harry Winks faces is simple: provide England’s answer to Andres Iniesta, Xavi and Luka Modric.

No pressure, then. Such comparisons are often burdening for young players making their way in international football but Winks stood on the brink of earning his second cap against Spain here in Seville tonight willing to embrace the responsibility.

Source: Evening Standard

Midfield talk with Winks and Mason - part one

They both came through our Academy. They’re both all-action central midfielders. Coincidentally, as of this weekend, they’ve both played the exact same number of games for our first team – 70.

Source: OS

Aulas puts the ball in Daniel Levy’s court over Ndombele

Tottenham Hotspur have been heavily linked with the potential signature of Tanguy Ndombele in recent months. The French midfielder has been earmarked as a potential replacement for Mousa Dembele, who is expected to leave the club in 2019.

Source: The Boot Room

Lamela happy with goalscoring form

Erik Lamela believes starting from "day one" in July has been an influence on his impressive form at the start of this campaign.

Source: OS

Son still leading Korea charge

Son Heung-min's busy international year comes to an end on Tuesday as South Korea takes on Panama in Cheonan, 90 kilometers south of Seoul.

Source: Korea Times

Harry Kane denies form has dipped since World Cup

Harry Kane has denied his form has suffered since the World Cup but admits he would like to score more often for England after equalling his worst run without a goal at international level.

Source: Sky Sports

Tottenham finally send out access cards to fans in major sign new stadium will be ready before Christmas

Tottenham Hotspur are finally gearing up for the opening of their new stadium after supporters were told their access cards and membership packs are being sent out.

Telegraph Sport revealed on Wednesday night that Spurs are working towards a new opening date of December 15 for the Premier League match against Burnley.

Source: Telegraph

Skipp collects Premier League 2 award

Oliver Skipp has been crowned Premier League 2 Player of the Month for September. The 18-year-old midfielder was last week named on a nine-person shortlist for the monthly prize, which recognises the star performers in the Under-23 competition, and it has today been confirmed that he’s claimed the trophy.

Source: OS

Tottenham's John McDermott being considered for FA technical director role

Tottenham's John McDermott is among the names being considered by the FA to replace outgoing technical director Dan Ashworth.

Source: Evening Standard

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