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first_imgWilliam Pugh4 Feb 2020, 9:09 pmTOTTENHAM’S Under-23s fell to a 2-1 home defeat to Brighton tonight… TOTTENHAM failed to sign a striker in January, but the man they did bring in chipped in with a goal as Steven Bergwijn opened the scoring in a 2-0 win over Man City.Meanwhile, Danny Rose has revealed he called up his agent and asked him to set up a loan to Newcastle after former Toon left-back Jetro Willems got injured.Or stay here for all the latest Spurs news and gossip…Ian Tuckey4 Feb 2020, 11:34 pmKANE RECOVERY HEATS UPSpurs’ England skipper Harry Kane could start outdoors running next month and play again in the last month of the Premier League season, reports say. The Mail say the striker, 26, has headed to the Caribbean for warm-weather training to speed up recovery from his hamstring surgery last month.He still hopes to be fully fit for this summer’s Euro 2020.Ian Tuckey4 Feb 2020, 11:20 pmSON MUST BE MORE UP FRONTSon Heung-Min will have to adjust to being a No9 in Harry Kane’s absence after Spurs boss Jose Mourinho failed to sign a direct replacement in the transfer window.That’s according to Matt Le Tissier, who told Sky Sports News he expects new winger Steven Bergwijn to stick to a less central role and Son to play further forward than usual.Former Southampton legend Le Tiss said: “I think.. he’s going to play Son as the Kane replacement and Bergwijn will come in as one of the wide men, perhaps in a position Son might have played when Kane was in the team.“So I think that just tells you, for me, that Son will be playing centre-forward for the foreseeable future.”Ian Tuckey4 Feb 2020, 10:52 pmHOJ FUND BOOSTSpurs’ interest in Southampton’s Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has been boosted by the Saints’ pursuit of Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham.Southampton are being linked with a summer bid for the ex-France Under-21 star, 23.And the Saints know they might need to replace skipper Hojbjerg, 24, who has 26 caps for Denmark and joined them from Bayern Munich four years ago. William Pugh4 Feb 2020, 10:22 pmDJED SCREWED ONDJED SPENCE has signed a new contract with Middlesbrough.The right–back took to Twitter to celebrate the news. Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 1:30 pmWE’RE STILL MATESAlli added: “We were chatting afterwards [too], he was not in the best of moods — he is a winner, so it was difficult. “We haven’t seen each other for a while so it was nice to have a catch up.“I am not sure [if it deserved a red card] to be honest, I have not had a proper look back at it. It is obviously for the referee and VAR to make the decision. “They didn’t give the red card. “It is football and those things happen, so I know it was nothing intentional. He is not a player like that, so I understand.“I was a bit sore in the game, we made a decision in the game to change and hopefully it is not too bad.”Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 1:29 pmALLI OOPSDele Alli has revealed there is no bad blood between himself and Raheem Sterling over the tackle on him from the Manchester City winger.He said: “We were speaking about it at half-time and we are good friends. I know what sort of player Raheem is and he would never intentionally try to hurt someone. “There are no hard feelings, he is a fantastic player and we move on.”Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 12:49 pmDAN FORDanny Rose’s joke about being his own agent is pretty funny.The left-back was looking for a new club when realising Newcastle’s Willems got injured, before forcing through a loan switch to Tyneside.Rose, 29, told Sky Sports: “I was watching Newcastle play Chelsea and I saw the injury that Jetro had and I got on the phone to my agent and said ‘I wan’t to go there’.“It probably took a week to ten days to get there but now I’m here. I think I need to sack him don’t I?“It was just by coincidence and obviously it’s unfortunate that somebody’s had to get injured but I’m grateful that I’m here and looking forward to playing games now.”Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 12:27 pmSPURS FIXTURESHere are Tottenham’s upcoming matches.Their winter break has, of course, been hit by their FA Cup replay against Southampton.Wed Feb 5: Southampton (H) – FA Cup R4 replaySun Feb 16: Aston Villa (A) – PLWed Feb 19: RB Leipzig (H) – CLSat Feb 22: Chelsea (A) – PLSun Mar 1: Wolves (H) – PLAlex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 11:46 amBARNETT ON BALEThe super agent continued: “He’s in a very fortunate position.“When his contract is up hopefully he will sit down with me and his family and decide what he wants to do.“Gareth is very happy over there.“And let’s be realistic: for most clubs he is out of their league, financially.“It is all well and good to say, ‘Give up that money and go and play somewhere else’ – but it is not all about money.“It is about his lifestyle and his children, who have grown up in Madrid.”Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 11:42 amBALE BLOCKGareth Bale’s agent believes the Welshman will snub a transfer back to Tottenham, even when his Real Madrid contract expires.The winger, 30, is tied down until the summer of 2022 as he continues to pocket a staggering £600,000 per week – although Zinedine Zidane is unlikely to offer him an extension.But Bale’s representative Jonathan Barnett does not reckon a return to White Hart Lane would be on the cards for his client.His huge wage demands will price most clubs out of a move while the Wales international is settled – alongside his three children with childhood sweetheart Emma Rhys-Jones – in the Spanish capital.Quizzed on a potential transfer taking Bale back to Spurs, Barnett told talkSPORT: “I don’t think so, no.”Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 10:57 amVIEW TO A KELSouthend turned down a “six figure” offer for forward teen sensation Charlie Kelman from Spurs on deadline day.The 18-year-old has scored three goals in his last six games.But Tottenham’s offer for the Basildon ace was not high enough, according to the Southend Echo. Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 10:13 amSTANDING GUARDPep Guardiola claims Manchester City played well in their 2-0 defeat at Spurs – despite not appearing from the away changing room for 45 MINUTES after the final whistle.A debut goal from Steven Bergwijn set Tottenham on their way to victory, with Son Heung-Min bagging a second at their new stadium.Guardiola said: “We have to accept and analyse it. It is not easy. We did really well, honestly.“With this performance, how should I be critical? “This performance would be an incredible mistake to say how bad they are. We created chances and conceded few.”Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 9:37 amMAD MOU Jose Mourinho was furious after Raheem Sterling didn’t pick up a second yellow for trying to win a penalty.The Spurs boss hadn’t realised the City star was already on a yellow until his assistant told him.Mourinho jumped out of his chair and raced to the fourth official to complain about the incident, although it achieved very little.The incident happened immediately after Ilkay Gundogan had missed a penalty.Joe Brophy3 Feb 2020, 9:10 amU-GO LLORISJamie Carragher has praised Hugo Lloris for making a ‘massive difference’ for Spurs during their 2-0 win over Manchester City.He told Sky Sports: “Well, that’s a massive difference for Jose Mourinho getting this man [Lloris] back. “Gazzaniga came in, he made too many mistakes. You see the difference he has made today.“Penalty save. The save from Aguero. Off his line pretty quickly two or three times also.”Joe Brophy3 Feb 2020, 8:40 amBACK TO HIS BEST FULL-TIME – A goal from a corner just after the break costs our U23s what would have been a deserved point against @OfficialBHAFC after a hard-working display here at @StevenageFC. #PL2 #COYS ⚪ #THFC 1-2 #BHAFC ⚫ pic.twitter.com/xGs2SyTMEX— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 3, 2020Jack Figg4 Feb 2020, 7:36 pm ED IN HIS HANDS Ex-Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara has revealed that Robbie Keane once FLOORED Edgar Davids with a punch in training following an altercation.The 33-year-old stated that the incident came just after the Dutch legend made the move to North London in 2005 from Inter Milan.Speaking on talkSPORT, O’Hara said: “I tell you who had a bit about him – Robbie Keane.“I remember a story with him and Edgar Davids and I hope he don’t mind me saying this.“We were at training and Edgar Davids came in from Inter Milan and he thought he was the bee’s knees.“He thought he was the guy and the main man and everything, but everyone realised Robbie Keane was the main guy at Tottenham at that time.“I remember him giving it to Keano in training and they were having a barney, and I think he tried to step to Robbie Keane and say something – and Keano just sparked him, bosh!“He just went, bang – one punch. Gone.“Then Davids has just picked himself up and walked off – and that was it. He came in the next day like, ‘morning, Robbie…’“He knew – no-one messed with Keano. He had that Irish thing about him that if he switched he would put you straight out.”Jack Figg4 Feb 2020, 6:48 pmMIXED EMOTIONSJose Mourinho was delighted with Steven Bergwijn’s goal on his debut for the club as Spurs beat Manchester City 2-0 in their Premier League clash on Sunday.After the game Mourinho spoke with BBC MOTD on the youngster’s achievement: “It’s the best way to come to a club. We were not putting pressure on him. We signed him early in the week, so we had time for him to train and speak.“He’s very intelligent, humble. At home against the Champions, to score a goal, not a normal goal, couldn’t be better for him.”Jack Figg4 Feb 2020, 5:31 pmPENALTY KING Hugo Lloris saved from the spot against Man City over the weekend. But here’s a look at some of the Frenchman’s other saves from 12-yards. Delighted to sign a new contract with the @Boro ✍🏾. Thanks to my friends and family for their guidance along this journey & also to the fans for their Great support💕. #utb pic.twitter.com/CD1KVCipm4— Djed Spence (@DjedSpence) February 3, 2020William Pugh4 Feb 2020, 9:46 pmTOTTENHAM’S Premier League stats after their 2-0 win over Man City on Sunday… Alex Terrell4 Feb 2020, 4:08 pmYOU SHALL NOT PASSSerge Aurier celebrated keeping a clean sheet against Manchester City.The Frenchman posted an Instagram picture with a roadworks symbol on, beneath a picture of him marking Raheem Sterling.Alex Terrell3 Feb 2020, 2:38 pmDEBUT DYNAMITESteven Bergwijn’s debut smasher against Manchester City was one of a host of debut goals for Spurs in recent years.According to the Tottenham website, Bergwijn’s strike was the 80th debut goal by a Tottenham player.He joins current team-mates Tanguy Ndombele and Eric Dier in goalscoring bows. Great to have Hugo back to! @AlderweireldTob back to his very best again.— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) February 2, 2020 We just bloody needed that fantastic for us 👏👏👏the boy @JTanganga99 for his age an absolute superstar amazing mentality. And so happy for Stevie! COYS— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) February 2, 2020Sam Street3 Feb 2020, 8:10 amHOJ HO SILVER LININGThe transfer window may be over but Tottenham have received a boost in their pursuit of Southampton’s Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.SunSport’s Alan Nixon writes that the Saints are keen to land Celtic’s Olivier Ntcham in the summer as they look to replace their captain.And it is believed that Ntcham would be very keen to tred the well-worn path between Parkhead and St Mary’s as he has been in and out of Neil Lennon’s side this season.Joe Brophy3 Feb 2020, 7:52 amHANDY TO KNOWSteven Bergwijn scored on his Spurs debut and performed his signature celebration – which was inspired by playing Fifa with friends.He told Sky Sports: “It’s nothing special, it’s just when I play Fifa with friends, and they say ‘Do it like this’ and since then I do it.”Sam Street3 Feb 2020, 7:20 amREF-FIN ‘ELLHere is Mark Halsey’s verdict on the VAR controversy at Spurs yesterday.All hell broke loose in a crazy six-minute spell.It was simply breathtaking but a whirlwind for referee Mike Dean because there was so much action going on in quick-fire time.I’ve not seen anything like that before — it was quite unbelievable.Blimey, let’s start with the award of Manchester City’s penalty.There was no way it should have taken VAR official Kevin Friend one minute and 55 seconds to come to a decision on this.Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier had no chance of winning the ball because of the angle he challenged Sergio Aguero.It was a clear penalty and Friend should have made the call after one look at Stockley Park. But as play continued, Friend would have been checking the incident and I saw Dean communicate with the VAR when he said: “He’s played the ball?”Friend should have already alerted Dean to stop the game immediately in a neutral zone — as per the IFAB protocol.The ball went into a neutral zone several times and Aguero knew he was fouled because he stayed on the ground, yet we had a ridiculous wait.After the penalty award, the next issue was Hugo Lloris’ encroachment off his line.Had the Premier League followed the IFAB protocol on keeper movement off the line, then all of what followed could have been avoided.Load more entries…last_img read more