Tuesday, September 18, 2018

​Why Spurs need new centre-mid to keep Pochettino project alive

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​Why Spurs need new centre-mid to keep Pochettino project alive
​Why Spurs need new centre-mid to keep Pochettino project alive

COMMENT: There is a tendency in football to construct narratives based on the smallest of sample sizes, a phenomenon that is particularly prevalent at the beginning of a new season when there are column inches to write and air time to fill with very little football to go on.

This explains the sudden switch in the public perception of Tottenham Hotspur over the last fortnight: before defeat at Watford the club's lack of transfer activity over the summer was praised as an example of level-headedness amid inflated prices, as a dignified triumph of Spurs' constancy. Back-to-back defeats has flipped the narrative. Stability is now refracted as stagnation.

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Monday, September 17, 2018

Chelsea boss Sarri frustrated with Loftus-Cheek injury

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Chelsea boss Sarri frustrated with Loftus-Cheek injury
Chelsea boss Sarri frustrated with Loftus-Cheek injury

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is frustrated by an injury for Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

Sarri had earmarked the midfielder for this week's Europa League opener against PAOK.

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Thursday, September 13, 2018

Fuchs delighted for England's young Leicester trio

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Fuchs delighted for England's young Leicester trio
Fuchs delighted for England's young Leicester trio

Leicester City defender Christian Fuchs is happy to see England recognition for his teammates.

Youngsters Ben Chilwell, who made his England debut this week, and Demarai Gray were bumped up from the Under 21s. Harry Maguire is now an established part of the side.

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Ex-Ireland teammate Cascarino declares Man Utd legend Keane 'never a great pro'

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Ex-Ireland teammate Cascarino declares Man Utd legend Keane 'never a great pro'
Ex-Ireland teammate Cascarino declares Man Utd legend Keane 'never a great pro'

Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino has attacked former Republic of Ireland teammate Roy Keane over his players' row.

It has emerged this week Ireland assistant manager Keane allegedly had a behind-the-scenes bust up with Cardiff City midfielder Harry Arter and Burnley's Jonathan Walters.

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