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Crocked King continues to check Spurs' ambitions

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Huddlestone injury blow to Spurs' bid for top-four finish

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Rooney urges fans to end taunts against Terry

Striker shows support for former captain and is confident of being fit for Egypt match

Redknapp challenges Pavlyuchenko to keep scoring

Harry Redknapp has challenged Roman Pavlyuchenko to carry on scoring to help ensure an injury crisis at White Hart Lane does not derail Tottenham's Champions League hopes.

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