May 23 2013 Latest news:
Tottenham head coach Andre Villas-Boas is keen to build his team around Gareth Bale next season, and stressed that significant investment was required in order to bridge the small gap between themselves and Arsenal.
Gareth Bale admits he found Tottenham’s latest failure to qualify for the Champions League hard to stomach.
Tottenham, once again, missed out on qualification to the Champions League but did pick up their record points haul.
With the season drawing to a close, the London24 sports team have compiled their best XI from across the divisions for the team of the year.
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele insists that Spurs can challenge for the title, if they can dispatch the weaker teams in the division.
Tottenham target Joao Moutinho insists that he does not want to leave Porto, despite reports suggesting Monaco were also looking to sign the midfielder.
Tottenham youth team coach Tim Sherwood has insisted that Gareth Bale will not be leaving White Hart Lane this summer.
The Premier League 2012/13 in statistics (with London clubs in bold).
Chelsea brought in less money from the Premier League than Arsenal or Tottenham, despite finishing above the pair.
Premier League U21 final: Manchester United 3 Tottenham 2
Mousa Dembele has implored Tottenham to come back stronger after they missed out on Champions League qualification on the final day of the season.
As the curtain comes down on yet another action-packed Premier League campaign, it is time to look back over some of the season’s most memorable utterances from or about our London clubs and players.
Gylfi Sigurdsson says it is vital that Tottenham keep hold of Gareth Bale this summer, stating that the club would find it virtually impossible to find a direct replacement.
Ground: White Hart Lane (capacity 36,310).
Honours: First Division (until 1992) and Premier League: 1951, 1961
Second Division: 1920, 1950.
Southern League: 1900.
FA Cup: 1901, 1921, 1961, 1962, 1967, 1981, 1982, 1991.
League Cup: 1971, 1973, 1999, 2008.
Uefa Cup: 1972, 1984.
Cup Winners’ Cup: 1963.
Leading goalscorers: Jimmy Greaves, 379.
Leading appearances: Steve Perryman, 854.