Tottenham Transfers

The Latest Tottenham FC Transfer News for 2017 – 2018

Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below:

The speculation of transfer action is coming thick and fast for Tottenham this summer with a number of high profile players touted to leave the London club this summer even though new manager Andre Villa-Boas is doing all he can to hang on to some of his most influential stars.

The most high profile departure that looks certain to materialize this summer is that of star creative midfielder Luka Modric. The player has long had rife speculation of his departure after a number of clubs have shown extreme interest over the past two seasons and it now looks almost inevitable that the player will leave White Hart Lane in the summer months. Leading the chase for the midfielder are Real Madrid after Jose Mourinho has put the player on the top of his transfer list for this summer but Spurs have already knocked back two bids from the club and are holding out for the full thirty five million pound asking price for the player. Other teams interested in the player are Chelsea and Manchester United although neither side has made an official offer for the players services as of yet so the drama continues.

Another player who looks set to leave the club is Rafael Van Der Vaart after increasing interest for the player from some of the top clubs in Europe. The player who was thought to be lined up for a summer return to Real Madrid has had lots of interest although the player himself has been quick to distance himself from such rumours and has claimed he would prefer to stay at the club next season.

Spurs fans will also have to watch the departure of promising defender Bongani Khumalo on a season long loan to Greek side POAK. The South African player has found it difficult to break through into the Tottenham first team so rather than rot in the reserves the player has chosen to look elsewhere to satisfy his craving for first team football. The player is set to return next season in the hope that he can then nail down a place in the starting eleven.

Brian McDermott is another player touted to leave the club this summer as a deal to take him to newly promoted Reading is almost complete after the player has endured a nightmare start to his Spurs career. An agreement between the two clubs has been put in place to take the player to the Madjeski so long as the player passes a medical with the club next week.

One of Villa-Boas top targets this summer is Porto star play maker Joao Moutinho who has long been in the sights of the new Tottenham boss after he coached the player during his time with the Portuguese club. New Porto coach has however raised the stakes today as he stated that any club wishing to sign his top player would need to meet the clubs asking price as they will not let him leave until a club does and this may scare off many prospective employers as the player has a thirty million pound buy out clause in his contract.

Tottenham Game Results

Tottenham Game Results for 2016 – 2017

  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League West Ham United 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur Fri 5 May
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Arsenal Sun 30 Apr
Premier League Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur Wed 26 Apr
FA Cup – Semi-Final Chelsea 4-2 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 22 Apr
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Bournemouth Sat 15 Apr
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Watford Sat 8 Apr
Premier League Swansea City 1-3 Tottenham Hotspur Wed 5 Apr
Premier League Burnley 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 1 Apr
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Southampton Sun 19 Mar
FA Cup – Sixth Round Tottenham Hotspur 6-0 Millwall Sun 12 Mar
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 Everton Sun 5 Mar
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Stoke City Sun 26 Feb
Europa League – Round of 32 Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 KAA Gent Thu 23 Feb
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FA Cup – Fifth Round Fulham 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur Sun 19 Feb
Europa League – Round of 32 KAA Gent 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur Thu 16 Feb
Premier League Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 11 Feb
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Middlesbrough Sat 4 Feb
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Sunderland 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur Tue 31 Jan
FA Cup – Fourth Round Tottenham Hotspur 4-3 Wycombe Wanderers Sat 28 Jan
Premier League Manchester City 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 21 Jan
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 West Bromwich Albion Sat 14 Jan
FA Cup – Third Round Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Aston Villa Sun 8 Jan
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Chelsea Wed 4 Jan
Premier League Watford 1-4 Tottenham Hotspur Sun 1 Jan
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Southampton 1-4 Tottenham Hotspur Wed 28 Dec
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Burnley Sun 18 Dec
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 Hull City Wed 14 Dec
Premier League Manchester United 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur Sun 11 Dec
Champions League – Group E Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 CSKA Moscow Wed 7 Dec
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Swansea City Sat 3 Dec
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 26 Nov
Champions League – Group E Monaco 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur Tue 22 Nov
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 West Ham United Sat 19 Nov
Premier League Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sun 6 Nov
Champions League – Group E Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen Wed 2 Nov
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Leicester City Sat 29 Oct
EFL Cup – Fourth Round Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur Tue 25 Oct
Premier League Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 22 Oct
Champions League – Group E Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur Tue 18 Oct
Premier League West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 15 Oct
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Manchester City Sun 2 Oct
  Competition Fixture Date
Champions League – Group E CSKA Moscow 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur Tue 27 Sep
Premier League Middlesbrough 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third Round Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Gillingham Wed 21 Sep
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Sunderland Sun 18 Sep
Champions League – Group E Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Monaco Wed 14 Sep
Premier League Stoke City 0-4 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 10 Sep
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Liverpool Sat 27 Aug
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Crystal Palace Sat 20 Aug
Premier League Everton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 13 Aug
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Newcastle United 5-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sun 15 May

Tottenham Latest News

Tottenham Hotspur Latest News for 2017 – 2018

  • Sat, 23 Sep 2017 15:26:02 +0000: Tottenham's Pochettino: 'I'm in love with Harry Kane' – video - Tottenham Hotspur | The Guardian

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino praises Harry Kane following the club’s 3-2 win over West Ham on Saturday saying he is ‘in love’ with the striker. Kane netted twice in the win and now has four league goals this season. ‘I am in love, the fans are in love, teammates are in love,’ says Pochettino

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  • Sat, 23 Sep 2017 13:41:47 +0000: Tottenham hang on to beat West Ham with 10 men after Harry Kane double - Tottenham Hotspur | The Guardian

    On a slow-burn afternoon at the London Stadium, West Ham United summoned a late, doomed charge, but Tottenham Hotspur were always just about beyond their reach. Slaven Bilic’s rejigged team scored two late headed goals, the last after Serge Aurier had been sent off with 20 minutes to go, drawing a belated crackle of noise from the home crowd. By the end a 3-2 scoreline had provided a hopeful gloss. The problem for West Ham was that by the time they started to play the game had already been put to bed by opponents who were simply a class apart.

    Spurs had started cagily, perhaps expecting a little lunchtime derby fury, before realising with half an hour gone that they were pushing at an open door. At which point Harry Kane scored twice in the space of four minutes as Tottenham showed the best of their high-speed attacking gears, both goals coming from a turnover in midfield, both finished ruthlessly.

    Related: Liverpool dig in for victory after Simon Mignolet penalty save denies Leicester

    Related: Oumar Niasse scores twice to give Everton victory over Bournemouth

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  • Sat, 23 Sep 2017 13:27:22 +0000: West Ham 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – as it happened - Tottenham Hotspur | The Guardian

    Harry Kane scored twice and hit the post twice as ten-man Spurs withstood a late onslaught from West Ham to win an eventful London derby

    That was a game of three thirds. West Ham were superior for the first half hour, Spurs were magnificent either side of half-time to go 3-0 up - but they had to survive a late onslaught after the sending off of Serge Aurier. Thanks for your company, you can follow all the 3pm games here.

    Related: Southampton v Manchester United, Stoke v Chelsea and more: Premier League – live!

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    Spurs have held on to win their third consecutive away game in the league this season.

    90+6 min Yellow cards all round: Carroll, Llorente and, I think, Alderweireld.

    90+5 min It’s all kicking off now! It started with a foul by Carroll on someone, and now players on both sides are shoving each other. It’s a bit more than manbags, though I don’t think any punches were thrown. Chicharito, who has already been booked, might be in trouble.

    90+3 min Ayew is booked for a lunge at Davies.

    90+2 min Carroll’s long-range shot deflects behind for another corner. Cresswell curls a lovely outswinger towards the far post, where Carroll arrives imperiously ... and then heads the ball away from goal! He ended up ahead of the ball. Did he mistime his run or was he shoved by Sanchez? Carroll thinks the latter. There was some contact, but it’s hard to judge whether it was enough for a penalty.

    90+1 min There will be four minutes of added time. Spurs suddenly looked ragged.

    90 min Masuaku, who has made a significant impact on the left wing since coming on, wins a corner for West Ham. Cresswell takes it short to Masuaku, gets the return and stands up a gentle, deep cross that Lloris can only fingertip towards the right corner of the box. Reid runs round the ball and wallops it into orbit. He should have lifted that back into the area before Lloris was out of his goal.

    89 min For Spurs, a cheery stroll has turned into a grim struggle for survival. They make their final substitution, with Fernando Llorente replacing the magnificent Harry Kane.

    Oh my. Is something brilliant happening? Masuaku beats Winks on the left and curls in a beautiful cross to the far post. Kouyate attacks it at pace, gets above Davies and thumps a memorable header through the leaping Lloris. That was a brilliant goal.

    82 min Carroll, who has had an absolute beast since coming on, ruins a promising attack with a needless foul on Davies.

    81 min Chicharito is booked for a foul on Dier. Spurs are pretty comfortable, even with 10 men.

    80 min Alli and Kane break dangerously for Spurs, but Alli can’t find the moment or angle for a shot and the danger passes. Moments later, Kouyate is booked for something or orher.

    79 min Chicharito’s volleyed backflick hits Sanchez in the chest. While everyone is appealing for a penalty Chicharito collects the loose ball and smashes a shot from 15 yards that is beaten away by Lloris. Had that been anywhere near either corner I think he’d have scored.

    78 min Another Spurs change: Kieran Trippier replaces Mohamed Sissoko at right wing-back.

    77 min Carroll drags a shot well wide from the edge of the area. West Ham have been far too excitable since Spurs went down to 10 men.

    75 min “It’s nice to see there’s at least one cavernous, divisive London stadium in which Spurs can win,” honks Matt Dony.

    74 min A substitution apiece: Harry Winks for Christian Eriksen, and Arthur Masuaku for Jose Fonte. West Ham have gone to a back four, Spurs are now playing a 3-5-1 formation.

    73 min West Ham need to calm down a bit. The red card has given them fresh hope, but they’ve been a little giddy in the few minutes since, hammering cross and shots from all angles.

    71 min Spurs have moved Sissomo to right wing-back in a 3-3-2-1 formation.

    70 min He’s an accident waiting to happen, this chap. He lunged at Carroll, who was leading a West Ham break, and a second yellow card was a reasonable decision from Michael Oliver.

    68 min Noble crosses from a deep position on the right to Hernandez, who strains his neck muscles like a cuckolded Bruce Banner to power a header towards goal from 15 yards. It’s too close to Lloris, who saves comfortably, but it was a good effort.

    67 min “To be fair Rob, Danny is right,” says Alistair Donegan. “West Ham look a bit poo.”

    They do now. I thought they were the better team for half an hour.

    66 min Andre Ayew replaces Marko Arnautovic for West Ham.

    West Ham have got one back. Cresswell’s excellent corner is headed across goal by Fonte, and Chicharito backpedals into space to head in from four yards. A classic Chicharito goal.

    64 min Serge Aurier has been asking for a yellow card all day and now he’s got one for a foul on Carroll.

    63 min Kane hits the other post! He ran at Reid on the left side of the box, shifted the ball down the line and cracked an early left-footed shot that rattled off the outside of the post. It seems Hart got a slight touch with his right foot as a corner has been given.

    62 min Spurs were subdued for half an hour, but since the goal they have been quietly majestic. They are such a lovely team to watch. All right-thinking neutrals should want them to win the league this year.

    Game over. Kane, on a hat-trick, hits the post with a sensational free-kick, whacked across goal from an absurd angle on the left. The ball comes to Aurier, whose deflected cross bounces nicely for Eriksen to sidefoot a classy half-volley into the corner from 15 yards.

    56 min Sissoko slides a straight pass into the area for Alli, who tries a clever turn back inside Reid and goes over. His penalty appeals are ignored by Michael Oliver. I thought Reid got something on the ball but replays show he didn’t. Whether he got enough of Alli to warrant a penalty is debatable; you could also argue that the sharpness of the turn was the main reason for Alli going down.

    54 min This game is really open now, with West Ham trying to rough Spurs up. The next goal feels even more important than usual. This game could conceivably end 3-2 or 0-6.

    52 min West Ham are starting to lump a few crosses into the area for Carroll. So far Spurs have dealt with him comfortably.

    49 min Eriksen fouls Noble just outside the area on the right. Cresswell dinks in the free-kick and Vertonghen heads clear. Spurs break three-on-two only for Alli to overrun the ball.

    48 min Arnautovic and Cresswell combine to win a corner. It’s headed away by Alderweireld.

    47 min “Not sure what game you’re watching to call this scoreline a lie - West Ham had some dangerous looking runs into the box early on but no clear chances to speak of (Aurier’s hands on Arnautovic during his brilliant tackle would have been a soft penalty to give),” says Danny Michaux. “Spurs usually take a while to find a rhythm, and since Kane’s offside miss 25 minutes they’ve looked comfortably in control, even more so since Antonio came off injured.”

    Cheers Danny. I don’t know if I could this do this without you.

    46 min West Ham begin the second half, kicking from right to left.

    There are lies, damned lies and this half-time scoreline, but Spurs won’t care about that. Harry Kane scored twice in four minutes to flatten a buoyant West Ham, who have a job on to get anything out of the game. See you in 10 minutes for the second half.

    45+1 min “Arnautovic + Carroll, time for some kick and rush?” says Yoann Lechenault. “Come on England, we know you want it!”

    45 min Alli flips a lovely pass with the outside of the foot to usher Davies towards goal. He gets on the inside of the last man Zabaleta, who just does enough to ensure Davies can’t get a clear run at the ball. That was excellent, if slightly desperate defending.

    43 min Spurs, so subdued until they scored, are now swaggering around like they own the place. West Ham looked a bit stunned, not unreasonably, and desperately need to hear the half-time bell.

    41 min Kane demonstrates his stratospheric confidence by shooting from a ridiculous angle on the left, curling the ball across goal and a few yards wide. Hart had it covered.

    39 min West Ham have been mugged.

    Harry Kane gets another one! Eriksen and Vertonghen combined smoothly down the left to o put Alli through on goal. His first-time shot was well saved by the outrushing Hart but it rebounded straight to Kane, who had an open goal from 12 yards.

    Spurs take the lead against the run of play with an excellent goal. Eriksen, picking up a loose pass from Carroll just past the halfway line, puts Alli clear down the right with a fine angled pass. He takes a touch and clips a fast cross towards the near post, where Kane stretches to flash a header in off the far post. That was clinical: from the moment Carroll played a poor pass on the halfway line Spurs needed just five touches to score.

    33 min Arnatuovic’s long, dipping free-kick hits the arm of Aurier, who mistimed his attempted header. There were no real appeals for a penalty by West Ham.

    32 min Noble ploughts through Sissoko, taking man and ball, and the players square up to each other. The excellent Michael Oliver sorts it out with the minimum of fuss and the two players shake hands.

    31 min Eriksen plays a brilliant cutback to find Kane in space in the D. He tees himself up and hits a fierce shot that is crucially blocked by Fonte.

    29 min “Well, Rob,” says Paul Neilan. “What’s the Sissoko situation? Where/how/why/who/which is he playing? We must know this information(s).”

    He’s playing as a kind of inside-right midfielder in a loose 3-3-3-1 formation.

    28 min Carroll does replace Antonio, so Chicharito will presumably move to the wing. Unless Andy Carroll is going to roam up and down the flank like an inverted Ormondroyd.

    27 min Antonio is struggling with what looks like a thigh injury, and Andy Carroll is going to replace him.

    24 min Harry Kane misses an open goal, though it wouldn’t have counted. Spurs worked the ball neatly until Sissoko eased a through pass to Aurier on the right of the area. He blasted the ball towards the far post, where the partially unsighted Kane diverted it wide from three yards. Just as hundreds of non-Spurs fans were deliriously preparing some banter, the linesman’s flag went up to thwart them.

    22 min “So wrapped up as I am in my own team’s looming crisis I have lost track of the repercussions of Alli’s finger-gate,” says Ian Copestake. “Did he get a rap on his knuckle?”

    No idea. I’ve developed a sophisticated internet tool that blocks anything with even a whiff of faux outrage.

    20 min Spurs aren’t playing well, though much of that is down to the quality of West Ham’s defending and counter-attacking.

    19 min Arnautovic runs at Alderweireld and wafts a poor cross straight out of play. He is getting in some dangerous positions, though, and has been the most threatening attacker on either side.

    16 min West Ham break and Noble curves a superb long pass towards Arnautovic. He rumbles thrillingly into the area, between Aurier and Alderweireld, before Aurier makes a brilliant recovery tackle. I say brilliant: replays showed he had a fair chunk of Arnautovic’s shirt as he did so. That should have been a penalty.

    15 min The game has been pretty low on intensity for a derby, certainly when compared to the match at Ibrox. West Ham look slightly sharper at the moment.

    13 min Eriksen’s deflected shot is shovelled over the bar by Hart, who didn’t risk trying to catch it as it dropped out of the sky. Nothing happens from the corner.

    11 min Antonio drags a through ball towards Arnautovic, and Lloris hares from his area to clear.

    8 min West Ham are starting to play some good stuff. Chicharito plays a one-two with Antonio and whips an extravagant, long-range curler onto the roof of the net. Lloris had it covered but it was a decent effort.

    6 min Spurs seem to be playing more of a 3-3-3-1 formation, with Dier just in front of the three defenders and Sissoko, Eriksen and Alli playing behind Kane. Tactics are so damn hot right now.

    5 min Arnautovic beats Alderweireld with a stepover on the left side of the box and drives a dangerous low cross that is cleared from inside the six-yard box by the stretching Sanchez.

    3 min Spurs have started confidently, with some smooth passing in the West Ham half. Alli plays a through pass round the corner to himself, in a manner that evokes Dimitar Berbatov’s awesome goal against Charlton all those years ago, and Cresswell comes across to cover.

    1 min Spurs kick off, from right to left as I look at my 23-inch HD TV screen. They are in white; West Ham are wearing claret and blue.

    Opta stats show that West Ham fans are precisely 0.00 per cent enamoured of Tottenham Hotspur, and there’s a decent atmosphere at the London Stadium as a consequence.

    “It might indeed get nawty - which, naturally, turned my thoughts to Danny Dyer,” writes Gary Naylor. “Twelve years ago, he was brilliant in The Business, a film that more pseudo-highbrows than just me treasure as a guilty pleasure. So, betting without Wilson Phillips and the OC, what’s yours Rob?”

    Good question, Gartholomew. Does Masterchef count? When I was a twentysomething kid my guiltiest cinematic pleasures were crap postmodern slashers and the American Pie films, though I reckon I could still go into bat for the American Pies. The slashers, not so much.

    This isn’t the only early kick-off today. The Old Firm derby is taking place at Ibrox, and you can follow that with Barry Glendenning.

    Related: Rangers v Celtic: Scottish Premiership – live!

    West Ham (3-4-3) Hart; Fonte, Reid, Ogbonna; Zabaleta, Kouyate, Noble, Cresswell; Antonio, Chicharito, Arnautovic.
    Substitutes: Adrian, Masuaku, Byram, Rice, Ayew, Carroll, Sakho.

    Spurs (3-4-2-1) Lloris; Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen; Aurier, Sissoko, Dier, Davies; Eriksen, Alli; Kane.
    Substitutes: Vorm, Trippier, Walker-Peters, Winks, Nkoudou, Son, Llorente.

    Hello and welcome to live coverage of the lunchtime meeting between the homesick henries of the Premier League. Spurs have away advantage against West Ham, and really need a win to keep the Mancunian pacemakers within sight. The next few weeks are likely to determine whether Spurs will challenge for the title again, or whether this will become a bit of a lost season in which they end up focussing on the cups.

    West Ham have started to pick up after a difficult start to the season, though Slaven Bilic still has reason to look over his shoulder. And he keeps having those weird dreams about Rafa Benitez and Anne Boleyn. Both sides need a result, they don’t like each other, and Tottenham want to avenge the May defeat that ended their title challenge. It should be lively, it might be nawty; it kicks off at 12.30pm.

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  • Fri, 22 Sep 2017 21:30:06 +0000: It hurts but Tottenham’s blueprint could work for stagnating West Ham - Tottenham Hotspur | The Guardian
    Slaven Bilic’s side will bare their teeth against Spurs on Saturday while grudgingly admitting their rivals’ evolutionary process has its merits

    For West Ham United supporters, the notion their club could do worse than take inspiration from Tottenham Hotspur in their drive to evolve may seem like blasphemy. East End passions are rarely more inflamed than when Tottenham visit and even the London Stadium running track may not douse the atmosphere for Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off.

    Mauricio Pochettino’s players will be braced for a caustic reception. They have not forgotten how West Ham, hopeless against every other big side in their new home, relished their part in ending Tottenham’s title challenge last season.

    Related: Marko Arnautovic helps West Ham to easy victory over Bolton Wanderers

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  • Fri, 22 Sep 2017 14:16:45 +0000: West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur: match preview - Tottenham Hotspur | The Guardian

    West Ham United ended Tottenham Hotspur’s title challenge last season, Manuel Lanzini scoring the only goal on a boisterous Friday night at the London Stadium. But Lanzini’s unavailability boosts Tottenham’s chances of revenge. While West Ham have kept three consecutive clean sheets, Mauricio Pochettino’s side have won their first two away games without conceding a goal. Jacob Steinberg

    Kick-off Saturday 12.30pm

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The Archives for Spurs have been compiled below:

  • Wed, 28 Jun 2017 15:26:51 +0000: Ex-England midfielder Parker retires - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC
    Ex-England, Charlton and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker announces his retirement from football.
  • Thu, 15 Jun 2017 15:18:21 +0000: Son to have surgery on fractured arm - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC
    Tottenham forward Son Heung-min could miss the start of the new season after fracturing his arm in South Korea's World Cup qualifier against Qatar.
  • Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:00:05 +0000: Premier League fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC
    Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
  • Mon, 12 Jun 2017 20:23:33 +0000: Mabbutt returns home after heart surgery - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC
    Former Tottenham captain Gary Mabbutt returns home from hospital after undergoing heart surgery.
  • Wed, 07 Jun 2017 15:21:50 +0000: Modric zai bayar da shaida kan zargin cin hanci - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Tottenham Hotspur | BBC
    Ana sa ran dan kwallon Real Madrid, Luka Modric, da na Liverpool Dejan Lovren za su bayar da shaida kan zargin cin hanci a Croatia.


Tottenham Games Fixtures

Tottenham Games Fixtures for 2016 – 2017

  Competition Fixture Date Kick-off
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur V Manchester United Sun 14 May 16:30
Premier League Leicester City V Tottenham Hotspur Thu 18 May 19:45
Premier League Hull City V Tottenham Hotspur Sun 21 May 15:00

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