Sport Spurs signings from left, Nacer Chadli, Roberto Soldado, Etienne Capoue, Paulinho. Arsenal's sole signing this summer has been Yaya Sanogo, far right

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Ledley King will be in Tottenham's lineup to face Manchester City on Saturday even though the club have punished the defender for being arrested outside a nightclub while apparently drunk.

England's Ledley King arrested over assault

Tottenham defender Ledley King apologized to the club today after being arrested for allegedly assaulting a nightclub doorman.

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King returns to Tottenham

Ledley King has returned to Tottenham and will play no further part in England's preparations for Saturday's friendly with Slovakia nor the World Cup qualifier against the Ukraine.

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Redknapp wants King to stay at Tottenham

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has made it clear he wishes to retain the services of Ledley King despite the player's persistent injury problems.

Manchester United's Rafael ruled out for a month

Manchester United youngsters Darren Gibson and Danny Wellbeck have been promised a place in the starting line-up for Sunday's Carling Cup final with Tottenham.

Woodgate gives Tottenham Wembley boost

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Lazovic to join Tottenham after trial

Serbia youngster Darko Lazovic has been tipped to join Tottenham after a trial at White Hart Lane last month.

Berbatov feud revived by United

Ferguson launches fresh attack on Spurs ahead of trip to White Hart Lane

Lennon hopes for England return

Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon has been given encouragement from within Fabio Capello's backroom staff that a return to the England fold is a possibility.

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.

Redknapp keen on King as skipper

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp insists he is happy with Ledley King continuing as captain at White Hart Lane.

Hull sign Tottenham's Gardner

Hull have signed defender Anthony Gardner on loan from Tottenham.

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