Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has hailed Harry Kane as "one of the best strikers in the world".
Harry Kane says that Dele Alli feels as though he let Tottenham down in the Europa. Probably because he did.
Tottenham lost but at least they had a go. Also in a bonus Mailbox: Ranieri simply had to go...
A refreshed Liverpool, a Benteke in need of a big game, a Moyes coming home and some game at Wembley.
Ranieri's sacking has masked Tottenham's second European failure in one season. Plus Anelka, Alli and...
Cheeky Punt is still scouting around for a price on Romero eating a steak bake on TV. Enjoy this in the meantime.
Pochettino accepts Dele Alli deserved to be sent off but says: "Now it's time to support him."
Dele Alli "could have finished a boy's career" says Harry Redknapp. Glenn Hoddle wasn't impressed either...
An awful, awful challenge from Dele Alli gave Tottenham a mountain to climb: they fell down.
Who are the young guns? Who are the old fogies? Which side accounts for 21 of the 50 youngest PL starting XIs?
Barcelona might want Kyle Walker but will they pay £60m for him? And Hazard to Real...
"I lost my head a bit and tried to take him out thinking 'Who's this young player coming in and nutmegging me?'"
Arsenal have won only three of 16 PL games refereed by Michael Oliver. Plus, Man United 4 Lee Mason...
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino thinks it is important the club play at Wembley as much as possible.
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