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Jermain Defoe (right) celebrates scoring for Spurs last night

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Defoe helps Spurs to 8-0 aggregate triumph and Laudrup's side go through 6-3 in spite of second-leg loss

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The Ligue 1 side had been punished for crowd disturbances

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Striker was allowed to leave the Gunners and has signed a one-year deal at Selhurst Park

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The Frenchman will soon be the longest serving manager in England

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Captaining Italy is a job that demands an ability to man-manage an ever-evolving crisis. More often than not when Italy play, Italy lose and it was John Kirwan, the former All Black great and then Italy coach, who once neatly summed up the end-game for the captain as "invariably dealing with the crisis of defeat". It is a fire -fighting role in the Towering Inferno.

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