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Redknapp needs two players to put Spurs on track for top four

Harry Redknapp is looking for "one or two players" in the summer as he tries to prepare his Tottenham squad for another push for the top four next season. Redknapp admitted that he needed players who would "make the difference", as Luis Suarez has at Liverpool since January, and said that he would "go abroad two or three times a week" in pursuit of talent.

Tottenham plan summer of rebuilding

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admits he has to find a couple of top-quality signings if they are to stand a chance of challenging for Champions League qualification next season.

Redknapp mugged on Madrid scouting trip

Harry Redknapp joked that the contract Newcastle offered him to succeed Sam Allardyce in 2008 was so lucrative that owner Mike Ashley would never be able to afford to sack him.

Football: The moments of 2010

With 2010 drawing to a close, we asked our sport correspondents to cast their minds back over the last 12 months in their specialist fields to recount their moment of the year.

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Spurs announce record revenues

Tottenham today demonstrated the difference qualifying for this season's Champions League could make to their finances after reporting a pre-tax loss of £6.5million, despite record revenues.

Defoe to return next week against Rovers

A good week for Tottenham Hotspur has been improved by the news that Jermain Defoe hopes to make his comeback from an ankle injury in their home match with Blackburn Rovers a week tomorrow. This would be a quicker recovery than expected for the England striker, who was initially feared to be out for up to three months after damaging ankle ligaments on international duty in early September.