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Video: Eric Dier confronts Dele Alli over basketball claims

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Spurs defender Davies signs new deal

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London (AFP) – Tottenham defender Ben Davies signed a four-year contract extension with the Premier League title challengers on Thursday.

Davies joined Tottenham from Swansea in July 2014 and has made 43 league appearances for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

The 23-year-old’s composed displays in second-placed Tottenham’s last four league games have helped them keep in touch with leaders Chelsea in the title race.

Harry Kane double keeps Tottenham in title hunt

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London (AFP) – Harry Kane extended his hot streak with a blistering brace as Tottenham beat Everton 3-2 to close the gap on leaders Chelsea to seven points on Sunday.

Kane opened the scoring with a thunderous first-half strike at White Hart Lane and netted again after the break to take his goal tally to 24 in 28 games this season.

Harry Kane double keeps Tottenham in title hunt

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London (AFP) – Harry Kane extended his hot streak with a blistering brace as Tottenham beat Everton 3-2 to close the gap on leaders Chelsea to seven points on Sunday.

Kane opened the scoring with a thunderous first-half strike at White Hart Lane and netted again after the break to take his goal tally to 24 in 28 games this season.

Tottenham duo crowned best at 2017 London Football Awards

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Tottenham midfielder, Dele Alli, has been enjoying a fabulous 2016-17 campaign, and his meteoric rise did not go unnoticed.

The 20-year-old has been crowned Young Player of the year for the second year running at the 2017 London Football Awards.

He has seen off the competition from Arsenal pair Hector Bellerin and Alex Iwobi, Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon and Everton youngster, Ademola Lookman, to win this prestigious award.

Dele Alli sorry for red card shame

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London (AFP) – Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli has apologised to his team-mates and Gent midfielder Brecht Dejaegere after being sent off for a horror tackle in the Premier League club’s shock Europa League exit.

Alli saw red for a studs-up lunge on Dejaegere in the 39th minute at Wembley on Thursday and Tottenham were unable to recover.

Dele Alli sorry for red card shame

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London (AFP) – Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli has apologised to his team-mates and Gent midfielder Brecht Dejaegere after being sent off for a horror tackle in the Premier League club’s shock Europa League exit.

Alli saw red for a studs-up lunge on Dejaegere in the 39th minute at Wembley on Thursday and Tottenham were unable to recover.

Tottenham: Dele Alli Shown First Red Card Of Career For Disgusting Knee-High Lunge On Gent’s Brecht Dejaegere (Video)

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In action at Wembley against Gent in the last-32 of the Europa League, Tottenham's nightbecameall the more challenging in the 39th minute when they suddenly found themselves reduced to tenmen.

Trailing 2-1 on aggregate at the time, Dele Alli was shown the first ever red card of his career for a despicable, petulant lunge on Brecht Dejaegere.

Harry Kane hat-trick gives Spurs FA Cup cheer

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London (AFP) – Harry Kane’s fifth hat-trick for Tottenham and second this year eased the Premier League club past second-tier Championship side Fulham 3-0 and into the FA Cup quarter-finals on Sunday.

The 23-year-old England striker, who took his tally to 19 for the season, ended a difficult week for Spurs and manager Mauricio Pochettino on a winning note following defeats by Liverpool in the league and then Belgian outfit Gent in the Europa League last 32 first leg.

Olivier Giroud, Dele Alli, Defoe… Names of the Premier League, weeks 19 and 20

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Alli spares Spurs blushes in Baggies draw

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West Bromwich (United Kingdom) (AFP) Dele Alli rescued a point for Tottenham Hotspur in a 1-1 draw away to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday after it looked as if the Premier League high-flyers might suffer an agonising defeat.

The visitors dominated possession only for Nacer Chadli, a player Spurs sold to West Brom in pre-season, to put the hosts in front eight minutes from time against the run of play.

Matchday 7 Review: Our Premier League Team of the week featuring these three top quality Chelsea stars

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What a week of Premier League football it has been.

Manchester City’s 100% record came to an end at the hands of a brilliant Tottenham performance, while Chelsea returned to winning ways with victory over Hull City.

Arsenal broke Burnley hearts with a controversial late winner, while Stoke held Manchester United to a draw at Old Trafford.

Spurs 2-0 Manchester City: Game in 13 Tweets as Pochettino’s brilliant Spurs down Pep

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If any lingering doubts existed about Mauricio Pochettino's status as an elite manager they were answered emphatically today, as Spurs beat Manchester City 2-0 to hand Pep Guardiola his first...

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Golden Boy Award: Marcus Rashford, Alex Iwobi And Dele Alli Join Host Of Premier League Younglings On Prestigious Shortlist

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Marcus Rashford, Alex Iwobi and Dele Alli are among a host of Premier League starlets to have found their way onto the Golden Boy award shortlist for 2016.

Despite the slightly naff name, the Golden Boy is deemed to be aprestigious award,with the annual shortlist comprising of the 40 best players under the age of 21 (and registered at European clubs) according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport.

Video: Dele Alli hints at new Spurs contract, can’t stop laughing

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From Tottenham’s star youngster to Man City’s new boy: Grading our JF60 top 10 Premier League young players of 2015/16

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Tottenham: Dele Alli To Play With First Name On Shirt From Now On For Personal Reasons

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You may notice a certain stylistic tweak to Dele Alli's shirt when Tottenham take on Everton in their maiden outing of the 2016/17 Premier League season this afternoon.

This is because the young midfielder has decided to switch from wearing 'Alli' on the back of his shirt to his forename 'Dele' short for Bamidele.

‘I Wanted To Kill All Of Them, And Myself’ – Mauricio Pochettino Didn’t Take Too Kindly To Tottenham’s Embarrassing Title Capitulation

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"Sleep with one eye open, yeah?"

Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that watching on from close quarters as Tottenham wilted in the title race last season ignited within him a truly murderous rage.

Spurs were tucked in just behind eventual champions Leicester City going into the last two months of the 2015/16 chase,but a series of poor results (including an embarrassing 5-1 thrashing by relegation fodder Newcastle United on the final day of the season) saw Pochettino's side fall well out of the reckoning, washing up in third behind Arsenal.

Slick As You Like: Tottenham Unveil All Their New 2016/17 Kits In One Fell Swoop (Photo & Video)

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Rather than eking it out for weeks on end, Tottenham have had the good grace to release all of their new kits for 2016/17 in one fell swoop.

On showare thehome (white), away (navy) and third (Caramac-coloured) outfield strips as well as a couple of new 'keeper kits thrown in for good measure.

Dele Alli: The archetype of soccer’s changing landscape

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At times, football lulls us into a stupor. A certain style of play can become so dominant that it is easier to match it than to innovate around it, easier to accept greatness than to challenge it. The year 2015 was the timeof tiki-taka's coronation. Although the foundations of possession-based football looked to be faltering in 2014, 2015 underlined tiki-taka's place in the pantheon of great footballing philosophies.

Dele Alli: The archetype of soccer’s changing landscape

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At times, football lulls us into a stupor. A certain style of play can become so dominant that it is easier to match it than to innovate around it, easier to accept greatness than to challenge it. The year 2015 was the timeof tiki-taka's coronation. Although the foundations of possession-based football looked to be faltering in 2014, 2015 underlined tiki-taka's place in the pantheon of great footballing philosophies.

Anthony Martial, Paulo Dybala, Marco Asensio… The best young players in Europe 2015/16 – in numbers

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Liverpool 2-0 Spurs: Five Lilywhite Observations

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Having not strung consecutive passes together since around 2014, and suffered defeats in recent weeks to such behemoths as Swansea and Southampton, there was a fairly morbid inevitability about the fact that Liverpool would rediscover their joie de vivre against us. Of course they would.

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Spurs 2-0 Villa: Five Lilywhite Observations

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From the sublime of the markedly, almost scarily professional dismantling of Chelsea, to the pointedly less sublime of an FA Cup 3rd round win against lower league gubbins. This looked every inch the performance of reserves that was advertised in the trailer.

1. First Half Snoozing

The first half was marvellously soporific stuff, as players, fans and the viewing public alike settled in for a gentle Sunday afternoon nap.

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Spurs 4-0 WBA: Four Lilywhite Observations

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Enjoying Themselves

Have you ever seen a set of players just enjoying life as much our lot did yesterday? While the pre-match prognostications had naturally been cheery thoughts of how West Brom derailed us last year, and we rarely beat them, and wouldn't it just be so very Tottenham to follow up a win over Chelsea with a pickle against WBA – our heroes sauntered onto the pitch as if they had been having the mother of all jollies in the changing room, and were determined that nothing as irrelevant as a referee's whistle was going to interrupt their fun.

Man Utd 1-0 Spurs: Five Lilywhite Conclusions

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1. A Distinct Lack of Energy

Well I can't say that did much to whelm me. It's not yet Christmas and the whole bally season already feels dreadfully flat. Even the 5-0 win last week was an oddly muted affair, with all and sundry still lamenting the Champions League debacle. Today it seemed that our heroes simply turned up and expected to walk off with the thing, with a distinct lack of hum or ding about them.

Spurs 2-0 Man City: Four Lilywhite Musings

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As I dip the nib into the ink-pot and absorb the sparrows outside gaily linking arms and tangoing the afternoon away, I can't help thinking that the mood in these parts is just about as perky as it has ever been, for this performance was right up there.

On the attack from literally the first toot, and impeccable in defence throughout (but particularly in that nerve-riddled final 20 or so), all against an all-conquering mob who generally blitz the dickens out of opponents with four or five goals per game – when have our heroes every played quite so well?

Stoke 0-4 Spurs: Five Lilywhite Musings

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A curious sport seems to have broken out amongst our heroes, whereby they amuse one another by replicating exactly all results from last season. I must confess I have come across more entertaining gags in my time, but if it means meeting Stoke away and treating that impostor with a disdainful 0-4 then I am all for it.

Spurs 1-1 Liverpool: Five Lilywhite Musings

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I suppose in theory one could quite rightly point to a win and two draws as a solid, meat-and-two-veg sort of return on the opening few weeks, the sort of thing upon which vast and dashed successful empires were built in the days of yore.

Nevertheless, at the final whistle yesterday it felt not so much like we had purred through the gears so much as just about got the thing back into the garage in one piece, and with some pretty dubious coughing and spluttering sounds emanating from the engine.

Spurs 1-0 Palace: Four Lilywhite Musings

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A new season, and to all intents and purposes the same serving of near-incessant pressure against a well-drilled defensive mob – but we at AANP Towers are nothing if not eagle-eyed, and the subtle differences being paraded to the masses yesterday did not escape detection.

There was the giant hole in the stadium for a start, which those with less keen powers of observation might simply have overlooked, or dismissed as one of those things that happens during the summer months.

Everton 1-1 Spurs: Five Lilywhite Conclusions

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1. Slow Start

Cantering past Inter in a pre-season jaunt is one thing, but the whole purpose of those warm-up jamborees was to ensure that our entire mob snapped into the agenda as soon as the referee tooted his whistle to begin 2015/16. Alas, our heroes took to the first half with all the dash and verve of a languid cat casually settling in for forty afternoon winks.

Summer Lilywhite Musings

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Here at AANP Towers we are pretty firmly of the opinion that not a dashed jot ought to be read into the great big tease that is The Pre-Season Friendly, and in that spirit I'm inclined to care not a hang about the two defeats. Of rather more interest were the shiny new personnel who gambolled around the Melbourne Cricket Ground (a turn of events that did get me thinking that the last time I tried playing football on a cricket green I was unceremoniously booted off, with the threat the local constabulary were to be involved, but such is life).

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Spurs Sweet Victory Up There With the Very Best

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Last night my heart nearly burst out of my chest, I was so proud of my team. Spurs took on the champions-elect and outplayed them in every aspect of the game. Two headers from Dele Alli either side of half-time, put away with the power and finesse of a master amidst the frenzy of this derby . He's a natural.

Spurs Sweet Victory Up There With the Very Best

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Last night my heart nearly burst out of my chest, I was so proud of my team. Spurs took on the champions-elect and outplayed them in every aspect of the game. Two headers from Dele Alli either side of half-time, put away with the power and finesse of a master amidst the frenzy of this derby . He's a natural.

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Kane, Wilshere back for England

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London (AFP) Jack Wilshere and Harry Kane have been recalled by England interim manager Gareth Southgate for the forthcoming matches against Scotland and Spain.

Wilshere has been missing from the England set-up since Euro 2016 as both former boss Sam Allardyce and then Southgate chose to leave him out.

Kane, Wilshere back for England

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London (AFP) Jack Wilshere and Harry Kane have been recalled by England interim manager Gareth Southgate for the forthcoming matches against Scotland and Spain.

Wilshere has been missing from the England set-up since Euro 2016 as both former boss Sam Allardyce and then Southgate chose to leave him out.

‘Brilliant’ Lloris helps Spurs draw at Leverkusen

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Leverkusen (Germany) (AFP) Tottenham Hotspur's coach Mauricio Pochettino hailed goalkeeper Hugo Lloris' 'brilliant' display to rescue a Champions League away point in their goalless draw at Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday.

After a quiet first-half which his side dominated, the Frenchman had a busy second 45 minutes at the BayArena as Leverkusen beefed up their midfield and fired in 16 shots at the Spurs goal.

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England: Dele Alli Quietly Devastates Oblivious Eric Dier With The Stealthiest Of Secret Nutmegs (Video)

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As you're probably aware, Dele Alli and Eric Dier are the very bestest of chums and, as such, have dedicated their entire existences to making each other's lives a waking nightmare.

The latest instalment of the Tottenham pair'sendearing little tit-for-tat battle has seen Alli take the spoils, with Dier left completely oblivious.

England DNA: How muddled thinking and lack of a plan led to England Euro 2016 embarrassment

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Close But Not Enough : Turkey lost to England 2-1 !

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The 44,866 in Manchester saw a competitive encounter, with Jamie Vardy's close-range strike sealing a 2-1 success.

The friendly was far tougher than it had looked like being when the hosts raced into a third-minute lead, with Dele Alli's quick feet putting Harry Kane through to slot home, with the assistant failing to flag for a clear offside against the Tottenham striker.