Sport Theo Walcott is stretchered off the pitch during the match against Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs supporters rejoiced at the news to which some Arsenal fans reportedly responded with anti-Semitic comments

Dalglish warns Capello not to overexert Carroll

Kenny Dalglish has warned the England manager Fabio Capello that he risks setting back Andy Carroll's recovery from injury if he pushes the Liverpool striker too hard in next Saturday's Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales.

Dimitar Berbatov unsurprised by Gareth Bale success

Dimitar Berbatov has lauded his former Tottenham team-mate Gareth Bale as "one of the best players in the world".

Alan Pardew not thinking of Europe

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has warned his players not to get carried away by talk of European qualification.

Crouch silences San Siro and sets up a thriller back at the Lane

Milan 0 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Injury time strike gives Spurs win over Bolton

Tottenham 2 Bolton 1

Bentley makes loan move to St Andrews

Tottenham midfielder David Bentley has joined Birmingham on a six-month loan. The 26-year-old England international has struggled to settle at White Hart Lane since joining in a £15m transfer in July 2008, making just 62 appearances, with Spurs manager Harry Redknapp preferring Aaron Lennon over his international team-mate.

Redknapp confident Beckham loan deal is close to completion

Midfielder will watch Spurs' FA Cup tie against Charlton tomorrow with imminent announcement expected

Redknapp hints at move for Beckham

David Beckham for Tottenham? Two weeks ago even the Spurs manager, Harry Redknapp, denied it was in the offing.

Sebastien Bassong issues challenge to Tottenham

Sebastien Bassong has challenged his Tottenham team-mates to prove they are good enough to earn a place in next year's Champions League by extending their unbeaten run well into the new year.

Jamie Carragher sidelined for three-months

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher is likely to be out for three months after being told he requires surgery on his dislocated shoulder.

Paul Konchesky takes blame for Liverpool defeat

Defender Paul Konchesky has admitted he has not yet reached the level required at Liverpool and accepted full responsibility for yesterday's 2-1 defeat at Tottenham.

Roy Hodgson defends misfiring Fernando Torres

Roy Hodgson insists Fernando Torres' crisis of confidence has not returned after the striker's killer instinct appeared to desert him in Liverpool's 2-1 defeat at Tottenham.

Carragher injury fuels misery for Hodgson

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher dislocated his shoulder in the 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur yesterday, and is likely to be out for up to six weeks. Carragher landed awkwardly after challenging for an aerial ball with Tottenham striker Peter Crouch. Manager Roy Hodgson, who is already without captain Steven Gerrard after a hamstring injury, admitted the team will miss "our talismanic centre half".

Kranjcar may leave Spurs

Niko Kranjcar has confirmed he will quit Tottenham if he continues to find himself on the fringes of the team.

Super sharp Davies pricks Spurs' balloon

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