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FA Cup

Semi-final? Bring Them All On As Son Leads the Way

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So the FA Cup is an irrelevance, a tiresome interlude between the real business of busting a gut to not win anything in the League. Yeah right. Nobody at White Hart Lane yesterday recognises that description of a competition still dear to the heart of football fans. Full-bloodied, no respect for status, both teams going out to win it and a distinct edge in the air.

Semi-final? Bring Them All On As Son Leads the Way

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So the FA Cup is an irrelevance, a tiresome interlude between the real business of busting a gut to not win anything in the League. Yeah right. Nobody at White Hart Lane yesterday recognises that description of a competition still dear to the heart of football fans. Full-bloodied, no respect for status, both teams going out to win it and a distinct edge in the air.

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham and Millwall to assist FA with probe into Son abuse

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London (AFP) – Tottenham Hotspur and Millwall have both promised to assist a Football Association inquiry into the racist abuse directed towards Spurs forward Son Heung-Min during Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final.

South Korea star Son was taunted by Millwall supporters during Tottenham’s 6-0 victory at White Hart Lane and responded to the jibes with a hat-trick against the third-tier side.

Tottenham and Millwall to assist FA with probe into Son abuse

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London (AFP) – Tottenham Hotspur and Millwall have both promised to assist a Football Association inquiry into the racist abuse directed towards Spurs forward Son Heung-Min during Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final.

South Korea star Son was taunted by Millwall supporters during Tottenham’s 6-0 victory at White Hart Lane and responded to the jibes with a hat-trick against the third-tier side.

Son shines but Kane injury mars Spurs stroll

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London (AFP) – Son Heung-Min’s hat-trick fired Tottenham into the FA Cup semi-finals, but his side’s 6-0 victory against Millwall was overshadowed by Harry Kane’s potentially serious ankle injury.

Kane limped off in the 10th minute at White Hart Lane after his ankle twisted awkwardly.

Son shines but Kane injury mars Spurs stroll

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London (AFP) – Son Heung-Min’s hat-trick fired Tottenham into the FA Cup semi-finals, but his side’s 6-0 victory against Millwall was overshadowed by Harry Kane’s potentially serious ankle injury.

Kane limped off in the 10th minute at White Hart Lane after his ankle twisted awkwardly.

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.

Mane A Tear Has To Fall But It’s All In The Game

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Last May Southampton came to White Hart Lane and deflated Spurs' end of season celebrations with a 2-1 victory, arguably the best performance from an away team that year. Midfield grafter Steven Davis scored both goals but the star was Sadio Mane. There were rumours at the time he was going to a bigger club but I couldn't see what the fuss was about – until then.

Classic Moments: John O’Shea Keeps Clean Sheet After Going In Goal For Manchester United, 2007 (Photo & Video)

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Dear fellows, would you believe that it's ten years to the very day that the very complexionof Association Football changed forever?

Indeed, at White Hart Lane on 4th February of 2007,we collectively witnessed a spectacular event that shifted the paradigmentirely.

We are of course talking about when Edwin van der Sar broke his nose and John O'Shea Slayer of Figo had to goin nets for Manchester United.

Spurs counting on ‘incredible’ Son

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Sunderland (United Kingdom) (AFP) Dutch striker Vincent Janssen believes South Korean teammate Son Heung-Min is demonstrating his growing importance to Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur squad.

Son helped save Spurs from an FA Cup embarrassment at the hands of Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday and is in contention to retain his starting spot for the Premier League visit to bottom club Sunderland.

Spurs counting on ‘incredible’ Son

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Sunderland (United Kingdom) (AFP) Dutch striker Vincent Janssen believes South Korean teammate Son Heung-Min is demonstrating his growing importance to Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur squad.

Son helped save Spurs from an FA Cup embarrassment at the hands of Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday and is in contention to retain his starting spot for the Premier League visit to bottom club Sunderland.

FA Cup: Son Shines As Tottenham Produce Dramatic Late Comeback Win v Wycombe (Video)

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Tottenham produced a dramatic comeback to secure a last-gasp win against League Two Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday at White Hart Lane.

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The visitors took a shock lead against a mix-and-match Spurs side on 23 minutes when Paul Hayes, who had already hit the woodwork, fired home courtesy of a fine volley.

Tottenham: New £750m Stadium To Feature UK’s Longest Bar, Micro-Brewery And ‘Glass Player Tunnel’ (Photos & Video)

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With work already underway, Tottenham have been excitedly demonstrating how their flashy new £750million stadium will eventually lookonce completed next year.

As well as featuring over 1,600 doors (which seems an odd thing to mention), the state-of-the-art ground will house Britain's first "purpose-built, glass-walled tunnel" which willallow selected fans in the adjacent private bar a "behind-the-scenes view" of the players making their way to and from the pitch.

Pochettino revels in win over ‘great’ Man City

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London (AFP) Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino hailed a "great, great victory" after his side produced a magnificent show of force to beat Manchester City 2-0 on Sunday.

An early Aleksandar Kolarov own goal and a 37th-minute Dele Alli effort at White Hart Lane saw Spurs condemn Pep Guardiola to his first defeat as City manager.

Pochettino revels in win over ‘great’ Man City

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London (AFP) Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino hailed a "great, great victory" after his side produced a magnificent show of force to beat Manchester City 2-0 on Sunday.

An early Aleksandar Kolarov own goal and a 37th-minute Dele Alli effort at White Hart Lane saw Spurs condemn Pep Guardiola to his first defeat as City manager.

Tottenham Set To Play Champions League Games At Wembley Next Season

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Following in the footsteps of Arsenal at the end of the 1990s, Tottenham will play their Champions League games next season at Wembley stadium.

In agreeing a deal with the FA, the Spurs also have an option to play all their home league and cup games (and potential European fixtures) at Wembley in 2017/18.

Tottenham to play European matches at Wembley

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London (AFP) Tottenham Hotspur will play their European fixtures at Wembley Stadium next season, the club and the Football Association announced Saturday.

The 2016/17 season will be the last Spurs spend at their White Hart Lane home in London, with work on a new purpose built £400 million ($585 million, 526 million euros) home close to their existing ground having already started.

Tottenham to play European matches at Wembley

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London (AFP) Tottenham Hotspur will play their European fixtures at Wembley Stadium next season, the club and the Football Association announced Saturday.

The 2016/17 season will be the last Spurs spend at their White Hart Lane home in London, with work on a new purpose built £400 million ($585 million, 526 million euros) home close to their existing ground having already started.

Empty Terraces: The Grim Day Arsenal Only Managed 4,500 At Highbury And Several Other Similarly Sparse Examples

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On 5th May 1966, just a couple of months before English football's finest hour, a sparsecrowd of just 4,554 fans turned up at Highbury to watch Arsenal play Leeds.

The average home attendance that season was roughly 30,000. The Gunners lost 3-0, possibly vindicating those who stayed away.

WATCH: SOPHIE PRANKS TOTTENHAM! | Have You Ever Seen Tottenham Win The League?

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The Chelsea Fans Channel went to White Hart Lane to let the Tottenham fans know that their league title bid will end at Stamford Bridge on Monday night.

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Pochettino Wants PSG Job

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Mauricio Pochettino has done a brilliant job at White Hart Lane, taking the youngest team in the Premier League to within a whisper of winning the title.

His intense and physical coaching style has been a key reason for Tottenham's impressive title campaign this season – and it is clear that his stock is rising.

Joyce: U-21s like to win the title in injury time!

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Manchester United U-21s won the title this evening after beating Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 at White Hart Lane.

United had gone 2-0 up with goals from Donald Love and Andreas Pereira, only for Spurs to make it 2-2 with five minutes left to play.

Then, in the 94th minute, Guillermo Varela struck the ball brilliantly to make it 3-2, and win the title for United.

Man United Take Big Step Towards Jose Mourinho Era

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An emphatic 3-0 victory by Tottenham Hotspur at home to Manchester United on Sunday kept Spurs Premier League title hopes alive while taking United closer to the day when the Louis Van Gaa era is over and the Jose Mourinho one can begin.

United were poor on Sunday, with a visible difference in class between themselves and Spurs.

Title-chasing Tottenham ready to hit the gas, says Pochettino

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Mauricio Pochettino has warned Leicester that title-chasing Tottenham are ready to step on the gas as the race for pole position in the Premier League hots up.

Thanks to Harry Kane's latest heroics in Sunday's swaggering 3-0 win over Bournemouth, Pochettino's second placed team are just five points behind Leicester heading into the final seven games of a gripping title battle.

Title-chasing Tottenham ready to hit the gas, says Pochettino

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Mauricio Pochettino has warned Leicester that title-chasing Tottenham are ready to step on the gas as the race for pole position in the Premier League hots up.

Thanks to Harry Kane's latest heroics in Sunday's swaggering 3-0 win over Bournemouth, Pochettino's second placed team are just five points behind Leicester heading into the final seven games of a gripping title battle.

North London Derby Special: 5 Cringe-Inducingly Embarrassing Tottenham & Arsenal Fan Anthems (Videos)

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With a rather important North London derby beginning to crown on the horizon, Piesthought we'd get into the swing of things by popping on a few rousing fan anthems to get the juices flowing.

Sadly, all we could find was this shower a multitude of toe-curling assaults on the auditory system from both sides of the divide.

On This Day In 1913: Arsenal Move Into Tottenham Territory By Ditching Plumstead For Highbury (Photos)

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Woolwich Arsenal welcome Tottenham to their old Plumstead ground, 1906

With the next North London Derby fast approaching, and this one really shaping up to be a vital tussle, it's worth reflecting on the origins of the great rivalry, especially on the anniversary of the decision that kicked the whole thing off.

Pochettino has Tottenham daring to dream of title glory

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When Mauricio Pochettino first set foot in White Hart Lane, the future Tottenham manager was struck by the simple message emblazoned all around the middle tier of the stadium.

'To Dare is to Do', translated from the latin 'Audere Est Facere', has been Tottenham's motto since long before Pochettino arrived in north London, but it serves as the perfect summary of the team's mission statement under the highly driven Argentine.

Pochettino has Tottenham daring to dream of title glory

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When Mauricio Pochettino first set foot in White Hart Lane, the future Tottenham manager was struck by the simple message emblazoned all around the middle tier of the stadium.

'To Dare is to Do', translated from the latin 'Audere Est Facere', has been Tottenham's motto since long before Pochettino arrived in north London, but it serves as the perfect summary of the team's mission statement under the highly driven Argentine.

TOTTENHAM 0-0 CHELSEA - Your opinions. A better performance?

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Chelsea drew with Tottenham 0-0 at White Hart Lane yesterday. In my view it was a good point and performance. What did you think?
Chelsea had been on the up with two good wins with clean sheets and I said before the game yesterday that this game could turn out to be a pivotal moment in our season.

Violence Stains Tottenham’s Derby Win Over West Ham As Fan Stabbed

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Violence Stains Tottenham's Derby Win Over West Ham As Fan Stabbed - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Ahead of yesterday evening's Premier League clash between London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United, a Hammers fan was stabbed outside White Hart Lane. The 35-year-old victim has since been taken to an east London hospital where his condition was reported to be stable.

Sweet FA yesterday, Totnum today.

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Please note: Should any Spurs fans read the following post, it is tongue in cheek and perhaps you should question what you expect from an Arsenal fan site (but my guess is that reading is an unattained skill and you are only looking at the pictures) :-)

It may be the Micky Mouse Cup and it may be another distraction in a very busy schedule but this is a derby and not just any derby this is about pride.

Chelsea get FA nod to use Wembley as home ground for two years, to be shared with London rivals

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FA Chief Executive Martin Glenn has given the thumbs-up to a prospective plan whereby Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will both use Wembley Stadium as their temporary home in the next couple of years.

English Premier League

Manchester City back top but Southampton draw raises doubts

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League with a 1-1 draw home to Southampton on Sunday but the performance again raised questions over the title credentials of Pep Guardiola's team.

The stalemate was a fifth consecutive game without a victory for City, as Kelechi Iheanacho's eighth goal in his last 11 league games cancelled out Nathan Redmond's first-half opener for Southampton, which owed much to an extraordinary mistake by City defender John Stones.

Manchester City back top but Southampton draw raises doubts

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League with a 1-1 draw home to Southampton on Sunday but the performance again raised questions over the title credentials of Pep Guardiola's team.

The stalemate was a fifth consecutive game without a victory for City, as Kelechi Iheanacho's eighth goal in his last 11 league games cancelled out Nathan Redmond's first-half opener for Southampton, which owed much to an extraordinary mistake by City defender John Stones.

Wenger Not In Mood To Discuss Gunners Fading Title Aspirations

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A frustrated Arsene Wenger admitted the Gunners have lost the right to dream about a first Premier League title since 2004, and must quickly recover from Wednesday's loss ahead of Saturday's north London derby clash at Tottenham.

Wayne Routledge and Ashley Williams struck the goals to sink Arsenal, who took an early lead through Joel Campbell but then hit the woodwork three times.

The Rest

The TOP FIVE Reasons Jose Mourinho Should and Should Not Be The Next Manchester United Manager

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Here we are with another month and another TOP FIVE. This one hits in the miserable aftermath of United's unseemly 3-0 drubbing at White Hart Lane. That game featured the kind of spectacular managerial implosion which makes you think Louis van Gaal might be trying to get himself sacked because he doesn't fancy another year of this nonsense.

Spurs vs United: Statistical form preview

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Meeting one of the league leaders away is never easy, in any season. Spurs are desperate to return maximum points from tomorrow's encounter White Hart Lane but it might surprise some to know that their form over the last 10 games is worse than United's.

In fact heading into tomorrow's game United are the form side, with six wins in 10, and only two losses over the period as compared to Spurs' four.

Spurs make costly mistake.

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A lot easier than stopping Newcastle winning at White Hart Lane. . The JimmyG2 Column . And it was all going so well. Quite well anyway. My two grandsons who play in the local Madrid league (Alevin section*) were thrashed 5-0 on Saturday and even Lloris would have saved most of them. My other team, Real Madrid, were beaten on Sunday evening by a single goal by ex Spur Soldado