April 19 2014 Latest news:
Tim Sherwood does not care if Tottenham concede another three goals this weekend as long as they outscore embattled Fulham.
Tottenham got a world-record fee for Gareth Bale but head coach Tim Sherwood cannot help feeling they were short-changed.
Tim Sherwood has denied that he is under pressure to play Erik Lamela, repeating that the Argentine will be out of action for the rest of the season - and he admits it is unclear whether the midfielder will be a hit next season.
A host of Tottenham players face uncertain futures at White Hart Lane – but who should stay and who should go?
Mousa Dembele’s return is the only good news on the injury front for Tottenham ahead of their match with embattled Fulham.
The Easter weekend is one packed full of football but, as usual, there are disruptions on the London Underground.
Tim Sherwood admits the Europa League could undermine Tottenham’s top-four challenge next season, but he says he has no intention of dropping points in a bid to avoid qualification.
Under Armour are giving 32 young footballers the chance to train with Michael Dawson and Brad Friedel at Tottenham’s training facility before playing a 90-minute match at White Hart Lane.
EXCLUSIVE: Tottenham youngster Harry Kane is hoping he has done enough to keep his place in the team and consign £26million man Roberto Soldado to the bench when the Spaniard returns from injury.
Tottenham blogger Mike Williams believes that Spurs’ defensive problems are largely due to their full-backs, and that the club must make that area a priority this summer.
When Christian Eriksen followed Nacer Chadli to White Hart Lane last summer, it appeared that one would occupy a central role while the other would play out wide – probably on the left.
Not for the first time in the Premier League, it appears that the race for fourth spot will go down to the very last game of the season.
Younes Kaboul says Tottenham must stop their habit of conceding early goals and improve their concentration at the kick-off.
Tim Sherwood has hailed Aaron Lennon’s performance against West Brom on Saturday, while Younes Kaboul believes the winger could force his way back into the England squad for the World Cup.