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Danny Drinkwater's 20-yard effort cancelled out Lukas Jutkiewicz own goal

Redknapp rues Defoe blow as striker tears hamstring

Manager is down to the 'bare bones' as Tottenham's injury list grows longer

Defoe suffers hamstring injury blow

England striker Jermain Defoe has been ruled out for a "few weeks" after suffering a grade-two tear to one of his hamstrings, Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp confirmed today.

Football in brief: Storrie quits stricken Pompey 'in the best interests of the club'

Portsmouth: Chief executive Peter Storrie has decided to leave his post at the crisis-hit club. A statement from the club's administrator, Andrew Andronikou, revealed Storrie had left "in the best interests of the club" after speaking with family and friends, although he will continue to advise them in a consultancy role.

Crocked King continues to check Spurs' ambitions

Ledley King still out but Jermain Defoe set to return for top four-chasing Spurs

Injuries cut Spurs down to bare bones

Redknapp left with just 12 fit senior players for today's FA Cup tie against Fulham

Huddlestone injury blow to Spurs' bid for top-four finish

The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tom Huddlestone has suffered damage to his ankle ligaments and will visit a specialist this week to determine how long he will be sidelined and whether his World Cup hopes are in jeopardy.

Bridge retirement crowns Capello's month from hell

Since qualification for the World Cup England have lurched from crisis to crisis, and now they only have one fit first-choice defender

Frustration for Cahill as World Cup hopes end with blood clot

Bolton defender admitted to intensive care and likely to be ruled out for months

West Ham angry with Tottenham over Gudjohnsen

Tottenham's last-ditch attempt to sign Eidur Gudjohnsen on loan has reignited the bad blood between themselves and West Ham from last January's transfer window.

Dawson signs new Tottenham deal

Tottenham centre-back Michael Dawson has been rewarded with a new contract until 2015 following his form this season.

Van Nistelrooy deal at early stage say Tottenham

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admits his interest in Ruud van Nistelrooy has only got as far as a chance conversation between the club's chief scout and the player's agent.

Spurs rocked by Lennon injury

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham Hotspur manager, has confirmed his side's push to remain in the top four of the Premier League has been hampered by injury to his winger Aaron Lennon.

Redknapp hits back at Pavlyuchenko

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp insists Roman Pavlyuchenko will not be allowed to destabilise the club's season after revealing the striker's "head wasn't right" to play in a recent game.

Redknapp happy not to have City's wealth

Last January, Harry Redknapp rebuilt Tottenham Hotspur with five astute signings but this time around he has warned Manchester City that all the answers to their problems cannot be solved by signing new players in the mid-season transfer window.

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