Sport Heurelho Gomes

The stopper is currently on loan with Hoffenheim

Bale concern for Spurs as Lennon plays pickpocket

Newcastle United 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Lennon breaks Newcastle's hearts at the death

Newcastle 1 Tottenham 1

Gardner prunes Spurs' growing ambitions

Birmingham City 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1: Midfielder earns Birmingham point as Redknapp sees dominance wasted

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Wherever the old warring, scuffling Harry Redknapp takes Spurs this or any other season, he can always savour the impact of his ferocious young Welshman Gareth Bale – and the heady moments last night when his team cut through the champions of Europe as though they were no more than half a pound of extremely moist butter.

Spurs stun European champions at the Lane

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Internazionale 1

Harry Redknapp threatens TV blackout

Harry Redknapp today threatened the Football Association with a post-match media blackout if they charge him for his outspoken attack on referee Mark Clattenburg.

Inter tear Spurs to pieces before surviving Bale's late onslaught

Internazionale 4 Tottenham Hotspur 3

Piquionne's perfect timing lifts Hammers

West Ham United 1 Tottenham Hotspur 0: Striker heads first League goal to provide welcome relief for Grant and Green

Spurs let two-goal lead slip in Bremen

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Redknapp relief as 'special' Modric given the all clear

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Brunt rubs salt in Spurs' wounds after Modric blow

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Defoe out for three months as Spurs' injuries multiply

Tottenham Hotspur were yesterday confirmed as the big domestic losers of international week when it was revealed that Jermain Defoe would be out for three months after undergoing surgery to repair torn ankle ligaments. Defoe was injured playing for England in Switzerland on Tuesday, three days after club team-mate Michael Dawson incurred ankle and knee ligament damage playing for England against Bulgaria.

Redknapp 'driven mad' by the transfer window

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has revealed he was "driven mad" by the transfer window and expressed his relief it is finally closed.

Tottenham sign goalkeeper Pletikosa on loan

Tottenham have signed goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa on a season-long loan from Spartak Moscow.

Shock defeat proves no surprise for Redknapp

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