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Lazio and Tottenham charged by Uefa in relation to racism marred match

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FA launch investigation while West Ham ready to ban fans for life amid allegations of 'hissing' and 'Hitler' chants at Tottenham

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Villas-Boas fears racism in Italy as Spurs prepare for Lazio trip

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Caulker was expected to travel with the rest of the squad to Rome

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Steven Caulker, who missed the north London derby defeat to Arsenal with a knee problem, could return for tomorrow’s Europa League tie against Lazio.

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Maribor provided 'difficult game' says Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe

Tottenham's Jermain Defoe was disappointed to leave Slovenia without three points but conceded last night's 1-1 draw with Maribor had been a “difficult game”.

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Fears of a Mafia turf war in Rome and the surrounding areas have being re-ignited after a Neapolitan gangster was gunned down in busy square in front of dozens of people.

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