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THE German manager, Berti Vogts, refused to reveal yesterday whether Jurgen Klinsmann would start today's friendly against Brazil in Stuttgart.

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Football: Wanchope sinks tottering Spurs

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News: Klinsmann plans to retire after World Cup finals

Jurgen Klinsmann is to retire from football after the World Cup. The 33-year-old captain of Germany, who scored the first goal of his second spell with Tottenham Hotspur in Saturday's 1-0 win over West Ham United, yesterday announced that he would not be playing for either club or country following France '98, which ends on 12 July.

Football: FA Cup Third Round - Tottenham advance at expense of more injuries

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Football: Hinchcliffe allowed to talk to Tottenham

Andy Hinchcliffe will have talks with Tottenham today about a pounds 3.2m transfer. Everton's England left-back was told yesterday by his club that he has permission to meet Spurs after their bid was accepted.

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Football: Klinsmann and Pleat brought back to rescue Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur yesterday announced the return of Jurgen Klinsmann and David Pleat. Klinsmann, who left the club amid acrimony in 1995, has been signed to save the club from relegation. Pleat, who left in disgrace a decade ago, has a wider brief. Glenn Moore reports on another extraordinary day at White Hart Lane.

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