Tottenham are good, but what have they won? Arsenal keeper Petr Cech issues a reminder.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham: Sign Gareth Bale.
Christian Eriksen is clearly unaware that even talking about the enemy is a cardinal sin.
Christian Eriksen has praised the "stability" that Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham offer.
Ozil to Atletico, Griezmann to PSG, Mascherano to Liverpool and Richarlison off...
Gabriel that is, not Christ. One "attacks the space," while the other is "more positional". Kane?
Lloris, Kane, Alli and Winks are all potential doubts for Spurs against Arsenal. But not Dembele.
We examine the minutes given to young, domestic players in the Premier League. It's not good.
Young says, of Alli, "things happen on football pitches". They certainly do, Ashley. They certainly do.
Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy, kissing in a Spurs tree. "I am in love with him," says the manager.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek doesn't want to be compared with Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli anymore.
One brilliant striker has his say on two others. Heskey reckons Kane is "worth more than" Mbappe.
Danny Rose is "not surprised" by Man City's success, "considering how much they've spent".
"For my part, it is forgotten," Rose said of his summer dissent. "There is no point dwelling in the past..."
Would Harry Kane like a rest during the international break. "I don't think so," says the Tottenham striker.
Tottenham took the risk on Serge Aurier, but Barcelona didn't fancy it, even with "advanced negotiations".
Of Tottenham's Three Lions, Dele Alli is out for England, Harry Winks is doubtful, Harry Kane can play.
Eric Dier has explained the details of his conversation with Jose Mourinho last December.
Real Madrid? Pah. A happy Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham "is the best club in the world".
Winks and Wilshere are interesting Barca and Betis; Arsenal and Spurs are eyeing the same midfielder.
"We have a similar philosophy on how we think it should all be done," says Roy of his football friend...
'With someone else on corners and Harry in the middle, it wouldn't have made any difference to our results.'
"We are Tottenham, come on... we must feel we can smash everyone." That's not Spursy behaviour...
Hugo Lloris and Toby Alderweireld are sidelined this weekend while Spurs wait for scan results over the pair.
High praise for Guardiola's team as Poch prepares for a game with 'the same value' as Real Madrid...
Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham have all been averse to change recently. It's a dangerous game...
We are terrible people, and so we hope Michel Vorm is also ruled out. Paulo Gazzaniga to the rescue.
There's an awful lot of swearing and praising of Spurs. Who are the Champions League favourites now?
Dele Alli's response, the little guys annoying the big boys and the Champions League pillars crumbling...
Tottenham secure a watershed victory with an English spine. Here's to you, Mauricio Pochettino.
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