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Crouch lifts Tottenham to 48-year high

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Crouch Champions League treble sees off Swiss

Tottenham Hotspur 4 Young Boys 0 <i>(Tottenham win 6-3 on aggregate)</i>

Ancelotti: age is no barrier for older, wiser Chelsea

Italian manager puts faith in experience as champions look to avoid a fourth straight pre-season defeat

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Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has ruled out adding former Real Madrid captain Raul to his strikeforce, but admits that he could be interested in a move for Sevilla hitman Luis Fabiano.

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Tottenham rallied for a 2-1 victory against the New York Red Bulls in their latest pre-season tour match but not before being stung by a familiar foe as Thierry Henry marked his debut for the Major League Soccer side with a goal.

Cudicini earns his corn on comeback for touring Spurs

Tottenham opened their pre-season tour of the United States with an exciting but goalless draw against the San Jose Earthquakes.

Cudicini signs new deal at Spurs

Tottenham goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has signed a new one-year contract with the White Hart Lane club.

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Transfer Talk: Spurs dismiss Foster swoop

Tottenham Hotspur Manager Harry Redknapp has dismissed rumours linking the club with a move for the Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster. Earlier reports claimed Spurs had had a bid for the England international, 26, turned down by the Red Devils as the London club seek a reserve for Heurelho Gomes, with Carlo Cudicini out for the season.

FA call Hughes to account for Clattenburg outburst

The Manchester City manager Mark Hughes has been asked by the Football Association to explain his comments after Craig Bellamy's dismissal in the Premier League draw at Bolton Wanderers last Saturday.

Riesgo wants Tottenham transfer

Real Sociedad goalkeeper Asier Riesgo is hoping a deal can now be struck for him to join Tottenham after he seemingly impressed during his trial with the Barclays Premier League club.

Tottenham to sign Jakupovic on loan

Tottenham are set to complete the loan signing of Switzerland World Cup keeper Eldin Jakupovic according to reports.

Portsmouth want to extend O'Hara stay

Portsmouth boss Avram Grant has asked Harry Redknapp if he can keep Jamie O'Hara until the end of the season to help the club's Barclays Premier League survival bid.

Van Persie's ankle injury hits Arsenal

Key striker tears ligaments playing for the Netherlands and faces up to six weeks out
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