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Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel

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A view of the Lazio crowd during the match with Tottenham

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

The Football Association have begun an investigation into allegations of anti-Semitic abuse by West Ham fans during Sunday's Premier League match against Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

Brutal attack on Tottenham fans raises fears of rising right-wing and racist violence in Italy

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Emmanuel Adebayor

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Gascoigne hero's return marred by fans' abuse

Lazio 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0

The crying Caesar: Paul Gascoigne's Roman days

On Thursday the England legend returns to Lazio, where he briefly shone in the 1990s. His former assistant tells Tim Rich of the adulation, loneliness – and some disastrous Italian lessons

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

Andre Villas-Boas fears the racist chanting that soured Tottenham's home game with Lazio may happen again when the teams meet at the Stadio Olimpico tonight.

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

Caulker could return for Tottenham to face Lazio

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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