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Jermaine Jenas

Spurs place hope in youth

Harry Redknapp has enjoyed a whirlwind fortnight in charge of Tottenham Hotspur and the intensity continues tonight as the north London side enter a period of four matches in nine days. A 2-0 defeat at Udinese a fortnight ago spelt the end for predecessor Juande Ramos and Redknapp will seek to resurrect the club's Group D campaign for tonight's Uefa Cup visit of Dinamo Zagreb.

Slavia Prague 1 Tottenham Hotspur 2: Fast-starting Tottenham stutter

Minus three on the pitch, plus one on the scoreboard. But a big negative mark for Radek Cerny. In plummeting temperatures Spurs won, but their goalkeeper lost. Again. Having witnessed the howlers of Paul Robinson there was a real blooper from the Czech Cerny on his return to his former club. It was even reminiscent of the mistakes made by the man he replaced, failing to deal with a speculative punt forward.