Spurs vs Sheffield United - Match Thread

SPURS 1-1 SHEFFIELD UNITED
Son.. Baldock
Spurs: Gazzaniga, Aurier (Lucas), Dier, Sanchez, Davies, Sissoko, Ndombele (Winks), Lo Celso, Dele (Foyth), Son, Kane (C).
Subs: Vorm, Alderweireld, Sessegnon, Eriksen.

Sheffield United: Henderson, Basham, Egan, O’Connell, Baldock, Lundstram, Norwood...

Perryman on the striking similarities between Burkinshaw and Pochettino's woes

The Spurs legend's description of what happened back then rings true today. Perhaps without realising it, Tottenham Hotspur legend Steve Perryman launched into his version of the events that led to the club's toughest era of the 1970s and the similarities with the current problems for Mauricio Pochettino are striking.

Source: Football London

Decisions

I'm all for pochettino But changing line up every game, and some of the subs made baffle me why would u take off alli for foyth then bring on moura for aurier!!

Pochettino says he needs time to rebuild transitional Tottenham

Pochettino: "We are in the process to build and we will see if we have the time to build what we want"

Source: Sky Sports

WEST HAM v SPURS

Spurs v Sheffield United - team news

Erik Lamela and Jan Vertonghen have both been confirmed to miss Saturday’s Premier League clash

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Dier: ‘People said I was injured but I just kept on falling ill’

Eric Dier and the Tottenham medical team had tried to explain it away as a stomach bug. A number of the club’s players had gone down with it and Dier’s symptoms sounded similar. Except they were not. It was something far more sinister and it would be the beginning of a nightmare period for Dier, one that would see him lose his status as a regular Spurs starter and mainstay of the England squad – and from which he is still battling to recover.

Source: Guardian

Ryan Sessegnon speaks out on a tough start to his Spurs career

Spurs fans will want to see a lot more of Ryan Sessegnon over the coming weeks following his role in their 4-0 win over Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday evening.

Source: Football London

Lloris undergoes elbow surgery

Tottenham have released a statement confirming that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has undergone surgery on his elbow. Spurs initially released a statement saying that there was ligament damage as well as the dislocation, but that no surgery would be required – but on Thursday a second message confirmed that he had indeed necessitated an operation on the injury.

Source: Independent

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Spurs eye £35m January transfer swoop for Ajax keeper Andre Onana

Spurs have Ajax keeper Andre Onana at the top of their wish list to replace Hugo Lloris. The athletic and skilful Cameroon international first caught the eye of Tottenham in their Champions League clashes last season.

Source: Sun

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