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On This Day In 2009: Harry Redknapp Signs Jermain Defoe Again As Striker Returns To Tottenham Less Than 12 Months After Leaving

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The first (2004) and second (2009) comingof Defoe

For a while, Tottenham resembled a revolving player exchange rather than a football club, with players passing through the club faster than a high-fibre breakfast.

Chuckwheeler dealerHarry Redknapp into the mix and a never-ending precession of eyebrow-raising cut price dealsis a nigh-on certainty.

Reports: Chelsea To Appoint Juande Ramos As Interim Manager Should Jose Mourinho Be Sacked

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Juande in your life

It's being widely reported in today's press that the Chelsea board have met "within the past 24 hours" to discuss Jose Mourinho's immediate future.

As you're more than likely aware, things are a little wobbly at the club at the moment with the team having lost 9 of their opening 16 Premier League games this season.

Chelsea consider ex-Tottenham boss Juande Ramos for caretaker role

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Chelsea are considering appointing former Tottenham Hotspur manager Juande Ramos as their new interim boss if they sack Jose Mourinho, according to...

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VIDEO: Liverpool’s failed €18m signing does a number on Tottenham

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VIDEO: Liverpool's failed €18m signing does a number on Tottenham - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Yevhen Konoplyanka just can't stay out of the headlines, can he? Not a full month has gone by since his failed move to Liverpool and he's already back frustrating the English once more.

£16m Liverpool target could make difference against Tottenham: Ex Spurs boss

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£16m Liverpool target could make difference against Tottenham: Ex Spurs boss - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Dnipro manager Juande Ramos is hopeful that Liverpool's January target Yevhen Konoplyanka will prove to be the difference in their Europa League last 32 clash with Tottenham.

Juande Ramos used to spy on Tottenham players at McDonald’s

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Former Tottenham manager Juande Ramos has criticised his old players for tucking into fast food while they were playing for him. The Spaniard, currently in charge at Dnipro, who meet Spurs in the Europa League next week, says he used to spot his players eating burgers in McDonald's in Chigwell. Ramos was also very open [.

Possible Chelsea Line-Ups to face Tottenham

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Possible Chelsea Line-Ups to face Tottenham - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Chelsea will travel to the White Hart Lane to face Tottenham in their second London derby of the season. The Blues earned a convincing victory over London rivals Fulham in the last match and Mourinho will be expecting more of the same against the league-toppers at the moment.

English Comedian Impersonates Andre Villas-Boas In Amusing Post Match Interview [VIDEO]

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English actor and comedian Phil Cornwell recently impersonated Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas on the popular podcast named The Spurs Show.

Little did he know that keen listener Steve Irwin captured the audio and synced it up against a video of the Spurs manager to hilarious effect as you can see below.

Tottenham Need To Strengthen

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Tottenham Need To Strengthen - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Spurs 2-0 pre-season loss to Valencia on Thursday night is not a sign that Spurs should panic, but it did show the weaknesses currently prevalent in the Spurs squad and showed the need to bring in reinforcements.

Jermaine ‘JJ' Jenas and Jake Livermore in midfield struggled to both keep possession and press the opposition while the defensive high line loved like a childhood teddy bear by Andre Villas-Boas was at fault for the second of the Valencia goals.

Tottenham Need To Strengthen

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Tottenham Need To Strengthen - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Spurs 2-0 pre-season loss to Valencia on Thursday night is not a sign that Spurs should panic, but it did show the weaknesses currently prevalent in the Spurs squad and showed the need to bring in reinforcements.

Jermaine ‘JJ' Jenas and Jake Livermore in midfield struggled to both keep possession and press the opposition while the defensive high line loved like a childhood teddy bear by Andre Villas-Boas was at fault for the second of the Valencia goals.

Can Bentley really re-launch his career?

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One of the players supposedly given an amnesty under the Villas-Boas reign is David Bentley who is hoping that he can somehow reignite his career with a new manager.

It's nearly four years now since ‘that goal' against Arsenal in 2008/09 and since then, loss of form and injury has led to very little match time outside of loan spells.

Tottenham take a step back in hiring Andres Villas Boas to replace Harry Redknapp…or do they?

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Many of us in life are frequently tempted by the old ruse of "the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence", only to find after a while that things were not what they appeared. This seems to occur often in the soccer world as clubs constantly strive to improve only to find later that the change was for the worse rather than the better.

Is Andre-Villas Boas Right For Tottenham?

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Is Andre-Villas Boas Right For Tottenham? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

With several bookmakers having stopped taking bets and with the newspapers full of stories saying that Andre Villas-Boas is on the verge of becoming Tottenham Hotspur's new manager, it seems clear that AVB will be Harry Redknapp's replacement in the comfortable looking chairs in the White Hart Lane dugout.

Gus Poyet – Pardew Has Done An Incredible Job On Tyneside

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44 year-old Gus Poyet is a good up and coming manager who was a great player at Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. Gus Poyet an up and coming manager The Uruguayan has been Assistant manager under Dennis Wise at Leeds United and Assistant manager at Tottenham under the short one year reign of Juande Ramos.

Third place in sight as Villa visit White Hart Lane

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Younes hated the 125-year anniversary shirt

Glen Johnson's 87th minute winner for Liverpool against Chelsea on Sunday has added plenty of significance to Tottenham's clash with Aston Villa at White Hart Lane on Monday night.

The indifferent form of Andre Villas-Boas' side has seen the Blues slip to fourth, behind Newcastle United and level on points with Spurs, who have two games in hand over their London rivals.

Fulham v Tottenham: A Familiar Face Awaits Spurs

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Fulham v Tottenham: A Familiar Face Awaits Spurs - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Tottenham Hotspur travel across Londonto face Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday, but the Cottagers are not the only familiar face they will encounter. Former boss Martin Jol, faces the task of trying to keep Harry Redknapp's free flowing Spurs team in check.

Younes Kaboul – the future of Spurs defence

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Ka-boom!! For all Spurs fans Younes Kaboul's 85th minute winner at the Emirates last season was a moment to savour. It wasn't the first time the French international had scored a crucial goal in a big game. Spurs 125th anniversary game had turned into a bit of a nightmare, being 4-1 down to Aston Villa certainly didn't point to a glorious birthday celebration.

How far can Harry take Spurs?

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The general consensus in football is that change doesn't guarantee success, just ask Charlton fans who thought that the ‘grass would be greener' without Alan Curbishley, or ask Roman Abramovich who also appears to be no closer to world domination since the sacking of Jose Mourinho.

There are exceptions to the rule though, and there's no better example than our rivals Arsenal.

The Twohundredpercent Pre-Season Previews: Tottenham Hotspur

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In a bid to establish dominance, a cockerel performs a waltz of sorts about the hen house yard, strutting in a semi-circle with its wing down and glaring menacingly at his fellow poultry, spoiling for a fight. Should this not suffice, the cockerel puffs out his chest, extends his wings, and runs around the yard as if he were a rampaging bull.

Harry needs to start using the whole squad

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With every passing day of the close season it's becoming increasingly apparent that Spurs won't be completing any major deals until we clear some of the unwanted players from our books.

The reality is that Spurs simply pay average players too much in wages and so when it comes to transferring our misfits from the club, it's no surprise we can't get rid of them.

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has been sacked by Chelsea

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Jose Mourinho has been sacked as Chelsea manager according to BBC journalist, Dan Roan.

BREAKING: I understand Jose Mourinho has just been told by Chelsea he has been sacked as manager

— Dan Roan (@danroan) December 17, 2015

The Chelsea manager was under tremendous pressure to turn it around after a disastrous start to the season and it appears that the board has finally run out of patience with him.

Former Spurs boss Juande Ramos is a surprise candidate to replace Jose Mourinho at Chelsea

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Former Sevilla, Tottenham and Real Madrid manager Juande Ramos has emerged as a potential replacement at Chelsea for Jose Mourinho, according to reports out of England. The 61-year-old Spaniard, whose most recent job was with Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, has been unemployed since the end of Ukraine's 2013-14 season, but he has surfaced as a surprise short-term option as Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich considers Mourinho's future.

Former Spurs boss Juande Ramos is a surprise candidate to replace Jose Mourinho at Chelsea

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Former Sevilla, Tottenham and Real Madrid manager Juande Ramos has emerged as a potential replacement at Chelsea for Jose Mourinho, according to reports out of England. The 61-year-old Spaniard, whose most recent job was with Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, has been unemployed since the end of Ukraine's 2013-14 season, but he has surfaced as a surprise short-term option as Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich considers Mourinho's future.

Just Smiles

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So that was how the season ended for Real Madrid. Sadly, it's another bridesmaid finish for us with the eternal rival taking all the plaudits and the bigger one, among the 2 domestic titles that were up for grabs at the start of the season. Nevermind that the Copa Del Rey trophy pre-Sergio Ramos looks far more elegant to the gangly and grotesque-looking La Liga trophy (complete with studs) – winning La Liga is still the ultimate proof that Barcelona this season were the better team.

Just Smiles

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So that was how the season ended for Real Madrid. Sadly, it's another bridesmaid finish for us with the eternal rival taking all the plaudits and the bigger one, among the 2 domestic titles that were up for grabs at the start of the season. Nevermind that the Copa Del Rey trophy pre-Sergio Ramos looks far more elegant to the gangly and grotesque-looking La Liga trophy (complete with studs) – winning La Liga is still the ultimate proof that Barcelona this season were the better team.

Just Smiles

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So that was how the season ended for Real Madrid. Sadly, it's another bridesmaid finish for us with the eternal rival taking all the plaudits and the bigger one, among the 2 domestic titles that were up for grabs at the start of the season. Nevermind that the Copa Del Rey trophy pre-Sergio Ramos looks far more elegant to the gangly and grotesque-looking La Liga trophy (complete with studs) – winning La Liga is still the ultimate proof that Barcelona this season were the better team.

Numerical Motivations

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(This article of mine was first posted on Real Madrid Football Blog) - Feel Free to post your thoughts and comments on either site :) )
Ronaldo's Goalscoring Numbers have just been Awesome
.Fighting to win games when the outcome of the season for your team is already decided is a very tricky one – and this is exactly the case for Real Madrid version 2010-2011:.

Numerical Motivations

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(This article of mine was first posted on Real Madrid Football Blog) - Feel Free to post your thoughts and comments on either site :) )
Ronaldo's Goalscoring Numbers have just been Awesome
.Fighting to win games when the outcome of the season for your team is already decided is a very tricky one – and this is exactly the case for Real Madrid version 2010-2011:.

Numerical Motivations

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(This article of mine was first posted on Real Madrid Football Blog) - Feel Free to post your thoughts and comments on either site :) )
Ronaldo's Goalscoring Numbers have just been Awesome
.Fighting to win games when the outcome of the season for your team is already decided is a very tricky one – and this is exactly the case for Real Madrid version 2010-2011:.

From Fortress Defenders to Road Warriors

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Ozil DESTROYED Sevilla Last NightLast night, Real Madrid made their annual trip to the Sanchez Pizjuan to face Sevilla. It was a match that has been, based on recent history, fraught with plenty of danger: not just danger of dropping points (we've lost quite a bit in those parts these past several years), but also the danger of embarrassment.

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Silly Season is here - Juande Ramos - are you kidding me!

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Come on, let's be serious now! I know I have advocated the firing of Jose, but for Juande Ramos to be his interim replacement begs disbelief. Out of work since 2014 and his successes so deeply rooted in the past, how can he seriously be considered - except for the fact that he is immediately available.

Should Harry stay at Spurs or take England job?

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Harry Redknapp's been involved in football long enough to know that great opportunities are hard to come by. It's taken him many years to reach the level he has, so should he risk throwing it all away?

A look at previous England managers such as Eriksson, Keegan, Hoddle and McClaren proves that it's hard or even impossible to recover your reputation.

English Premier League

Talks ongoing – Liverpool keen to land Konoplianka before deadline day

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Talks ongoing Liverpool keen to land Konoplianka before deadline day - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Liverpool are hoping to sign highly rated Ukrainian wingerYevhen Konoplianka before the transfer window closes, with the Reds set to pay up to £16m for his services.

According to the Guardian,Konoplianka is being targeted by Brendan Rodgers as an alternative to Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah, with Liverpool missing out on the 21-year-old to Chelsea last week.

Ferguson To Become Best Paid Manager In The EPL

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The old saying hard work never goes unrewarded is perfectly embodied in Manchester United Manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Not only has he won multiple titles with United, but he is now the most successful manager in English football history since taking over United in November 1986.

It in light of this that the Glazer family are in talks with Ferguson and plan to reward him with a new contract that will make him the best paid manager in the English Premier League.

Steeeeeed

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It's late and I should be off to bed. I'm going down to the Isle of Wight tomorrow with my boys and we've got an early-ish start. But if I don't post now it's going to be another week missed and for now I'm keen to maintain the one post a week schedule. Also one of my favourite former Fulham players is in the news this week.

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Top 10 Bafflingly Bizarre ‘WTF?’ Football Transfers

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By Chris Wright

The summer window is just beginning to tease us with seductive hints of madness; Esteban Granero signing a four-year deal QPR, £8 million for Jordan Rhodes, Berba's AWOL about-face in Florence, etc, and so, to help foster the spirit of unhinged lunacy, we thought we'd have a look back at some of the strangest 'why the hell did anyone think that was going to be a good idea?

Final Carling Cup 2011/2012 Cardiff City vs Liverpool

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Final de la Carling Cup 2011/2012 Domingo 26 de Febrero de 2012 Cardiff City vs Liverpool 10:00 hrs
Reina y José Enrique podrían hacer historia. Este domingo, en Wembley, portero y defensa ‘reds' son candidatos a sumar a su palmarés el título de los primeros futbolistas españoles en ganar una Carling Cup.

LA LIGA LUNES : Black Sunday & Llorente Lunes!

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What's this tipos,... Black Sunday?! No, it's just Madrid and Barca fighting it out in black to see who comes up tops in the Spanish league! And they're both tied in first spot with Levante after a 4-0 (Madrid) and 1-0 (Barca) victory respectively.

The Rest

Fraizer Campbell’s Sweet Justification

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29 August 2010. A scream of agony reverberated through the Stadium of Light, as he collapsed to the turf. Unbridled pain soared through his knee, wincing with every second of that agonizing afternoon. Leaving the pitch on a stretcher, one thing was sure in his mind it would be a long time before he was to be afforded the luxury of kicking a ball again.

Gerard: camino a la predicción

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"Mi hermano Gerard será mejor que yo". La predicción es de Sergi López, quizá el juguete roto de la Masía por excelencia. Sergi era la gran promesa del Barça de los ochenta, Puyol antes de Puyol. En Can Barça desde los trece años, su carrera crecía en aquel equipo pre Dream Team hasta que todo saltó por los aires un día de lluvia, cuando fue a entrenarse a un pabellón de baloncesto y se destrozó la rodilla.