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Mousa Dembele of Tottenham competes with Jon Walters of Stoke City

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Stoke were battered 5-1 in Newcastle before travelling down to London for the 3-0 defeat to Spurs

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It was Redknapp who brought Sherwood back to the club in 2008

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Andre Villas-Boas on the touchline during Spurs' 5-0 drubbing at the hands of Liverpool

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Andre Villas-Boas pays price for failing to strike the right balance

Andre Villas-Boas smiles as his side defeat Gus Poyet's Sunderland

Sunderland 1 Tottenham 2 match report: John O’Shea error lifts gloom for Andre Villas-Boas

Own goal and Paulinho strike seal second win in a row for under-pressure Tottenham manager

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England v Germany: Test for Andros Townsend as he looks to fulfil a childhood World Cup dream

One of the attractions of football for those who merely observe it is the way in which the fortunes of teams, managers and individual players can change so swiftly. For those directly involved, the transformation from despair to euphoria and vice-versa has to be dealt with in a mature manner, which is one reason why Andros Townsend of Tottenham and England comes across as wiser than his 22 years.

Andros Townsend

Tottenham winger Andros Townsend targets more goals to ensure place at World Cup 2014

The winger has made an impression on the national side since breaking into the team

Hodgson has nine men unavailable from what is his likely first-choice squad

England expected to attack from the start against Poland

Manager, Roy Hodgson, wants positive start to calm nerves of players and spectators

FC Basle winger Mohamed Salah has emerged as a transfer target for Tottenham

Transfer news: Tottenham could continue spending with January move for FC Basle winger Mohamed Salah - reports

Spurs have already spent over £100m thanks to the money generated from the sale of Gareth Bale, and they are reported to be interested in the 21-year-old Egyptian

A view of the game between Tottenham and West Ham

Mousa Dembele says Tottenham must win 'small games', such as the defeat to West Ham

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Andre Villas-Boas confirmed today that Tottenham Hotspur will move to sign the Romanian defender Vlad Chiriches from Steau Bucharest before the transfer deadline on Monday, after his side beat Swansea City 1-0 at White Hart Lane.

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Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway

Ian Holloway could face action after criticising referee following Crystal Palace defeat to Tottenham

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