1. Real Madrid Begin Gareth Bale Siege by Riling Up Both Halves of North London

    It was bound to happen at some point, but Real Madrid have finally opened the bidding for Tottenham’s Gareth Bale . Florentino Perez made his initial outlay, according to the Mirror and Times , of players and cash for the Welshman...

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  2. White Hart War of Attrition, Part 2: Whose Transfer Is It, Anyway?

    There are two competing game plans this summer revolving around Gareth Bale. Tottenham’s is to strengthen the squad adequately enough to make the Welshman want to stay in North London...

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  3. David Villa Represents a Minor Upgrade, Not a Major Player in Tottenham's Attack

    One transfer rumor in Tottenham’s quiver this summer has been a mooted interest in Spain and Barcelona hitman David Villa...

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  4. Tottenham Transfers: Waiting on Paulinho, Rose-Tinted Glasses and Bale

    Tottenham appear to be on the verge of landing their first transfer of the season with ESPNFC and multiple other outlets reporting a £17 million move for Corinthians midfielder Paulinho is moving along quickly...

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  5. When the Spurs Go Marching In: Tottenham's Month of Truth

    The release of the fixture list for Tottenham’s 2013-14 Premier League campaign has shown some interesting dates to keep in mind...

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  6. Newcastle's Kinnear Appointment Shows Mike Ashley is Sharpening His Axe

    Businessmen like Newcastle owner Mike Ashley hate making mistakes. Businessmen are often quick to correct those mistakes, usually in a very direct manner...

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  7. Samba Spurs: Is Andre Villas-Boas Right About Brazil's Strength in Numbers?

    At the rate Tottenham’s transfer rumor mill is whirling around, you could be forgiven for thinking that Under Armour will release a third kit colored primarily in yellow, blue and green...

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  8. Isco's Career Could Stall at Madrid But Will Ignite at Manchester City

    Among the stories of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid or PSG , or Cristiano Ronaldo returning to Manchester United lays a promising little story on the budding playmaker Isco ...

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  9. Short-Selling Andros Townsend Would Leave Hole in Tottenham's Squad Unfixed

    If you rifled through the article Sam Tighe posted about Tottenham 's willingness to part company with a player or six, some of the names would have come as little surprise if you watched the Spurs this season...

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  10. White Hart War of Attrition, Round 2: Madrid's Opening Salvos at Gareth Bale

    It must be summer in Tottenham, because the sounds of sweet nothings are being directed toward White Hart Lane...

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  11. Spurs' Transfer Dealings a Cut Above the Rest Despite League Critics

    Part of the fun and sometimes the derangement of the downtime between the end of the campaign, international matches and the silly season is the idea of speculating on transfers...

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  12. Tottenham's Great Debate: When Does the Money Outweigh Gareth Bale?

    In the immortal words of “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase: "Some might cost a little, some might cost a lot. But I'm the Million Dollar Man and you will be bought...

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  13. Tottenham on Notice? Andre Villas-Boas Reportedly Wanted by Paris Saint-German

    Rodney Dangerfield once quipped , "It’s a jungle out there. You gotta look out for No. 1. But don't step in No. 2." Perhaps Tottenham would be wise to heed these words at some point...

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  14. Patience Not A Virtue For Tottenham in the Summer of 2013

    June has only just started, yet it feels somehow as though Tottenham are still stuck back on May 19. As the Premier League worm has turned rather quickly—three of the ...

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  15. Tottenham 2-2 Everton: Spurs Smuggle Away 1 Point to Stay in CL Hunt

    Tottenham Hotspur had no Gareth Bale, no Aaron Lennon, no Jermain Defoe and (mercifully) no William Gallas going into Sunday's match against Everton ...

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  16. Tottenham 1-1 Manchester United: A 6-Part Synopsis

    It's harder to say which color Manchester United will be seeing more after their 1-1 draw against Tottenham in Sunday's crunch clash at White Hart Lane...

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  17. Tottenham Thoughts: Pertinent Parker and Financial Fair Play Fear Mongers

    There must be a rule at White Hart Lane where Scott Parker and Sandro are not allowed to be fit at the same time...

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  18. Tottenham Should Blast Reading to Pad Their Meek Goal Differential

    Ballooning scorelines have been all the rage lately in the Premier League , and Tottenham have not been exempt from handing out a lashing recently...

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  19. Aston Villa 0-4 Tottenham: 3 Bale Goals, a Tale of 2 Halves and the 4-4-Ew

    It looked as if Tottenham had hit the skids yet again after the first half of play at Villa Park. Aston Villa , after an absolute hammering against Chelsea at the weekend, ...

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  20. Fortress Stoke to Test Tottenham Hotspur's Patience and Defence

    Tottenham have struggled with many clubs over the years, but most of those have typically lived at the top end of the table...

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  21. Tottenham's Defence Needs to Find Old Form and Hold the Line Against Swansea

    If Tottenham are serious contenders in the struggle for fourth place and Champions League positions, Sunday’s match against Swansea would be a good time to pass a gut check...

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  22. Heartbreakers: MK Dons Take First Derby Win over AFC Wimbledon

    Gut-punches. That will be the term those in the blue and yellow of AFC Wimbledon will most use to describe the goals scored by Stephen Gleeson and Jon Ostembor ...

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  23. Tottenham Thoughts: Stacking Up the Points, AVB at the Double and Singing Sandro

    After two wins on the trot, Tottenham are right back in the thick of the Top Four hunt in the Premier League table, 14 matches into the 2012-2013 campaign...

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  24. Tottenham Thoughts: Steely Rome, a Roming Friedel and....Gunners-Lite?

    All is not doom and gloom for Tottenham after a second 0-0 draw against Lazio in the Europa League Thursday...

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  25. SEC vs. SEC in the BCS Title Game Again? A Second Helping That's Within Reach

    A week ago, fans of the SEC as a whole were left to wonder how their near stranglehold on the BCS title game came unstuck...

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