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Ten man United sink Spurs and join top four

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Tottenham wrap up Walker transfer

Tottenham have signed former West Ham goalkeeper Jimmy Walker.

James told to 'knuckle down'

The Portsmouth chief executive, Peter Storrie, has challenged David James to "knuckle down and work hard" after a bid for the England goalkeeper failed to materialise on transfer deadline day.

James urged to focus on Portsmouth

Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has challenged England goalkeeper David James to "knuckle down and work hard" after a move away from Fratton Park failed to materialise.

Bentley left stalled at the Lane by Spurs' failure to clinch swap

Winger's hopes of reunion with Hughes are scuppered by Petrov's wage demands

Redknapp frustrated despite deal for Kranjcar

Spurs manager's Petrov bid blocked by chairman as Villa dominate last-day spending

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Redknapp pays tribute to 'Plan B' Crouch

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Redknapp wants to buy James but must talk round Levy first

Harry Redknapp must convince chairman Daniel Levy to pay a fee for the England goalkeeper David James if he is to sign the player before tomorrow's transfer window deadline. James was left out of Portsmouth's 1-0 defeat by Manchester City yesterday and manager Paul Hart admitted that he did not know whether his goalkeeper would stay.

Lennon swoops to keep Tottenham flying

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Birmingham City 1: Injuries to King and Modric take edge off Redknapp's delight at fourth win out of four as Birmingham rue late lapse

Redknapp revival continues

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Hammers punished by lethal Defoe

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West Ham 1 Tottenham 2

Tottenham maintained their 100 per cent start to the Barclays Premier League season after West Ham gifted them Jermain Defoe's equaliser and Aaron Lennon's winner at Upton Park.

Redknapp rules out a late move for James

Spurs manager admits he has other priorities but says 39-year-old is England's No 1

Redknapp rules out move for James

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admits he cannot follow up his interest in David James while he has two goalkeepers at White Hart Lane.

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