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AVB and Gareth Bale after victory over Southampton
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Dawson makes his mark at both ends of the pitch

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Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas looks on

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Spurs are keen to sign Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao from Internacional

D-Day nears for Dawson, Defoe and Damiao deals

Tottenham Hotspur had still not finalised a deal with Queen's Park Rangers for the defender Michael Dawson last night in the hope that Sunderland and Stoke City could yet drive up the price for a player who has attracted a great deal of interest in the transfer window.

Leandro Damiao

Jermain Defoe could follow Michael Dawson out as Tottenham look at Brazil striker Leandro Damiao

Tottenham Hotspur had still not finalised a deal with Queen's Park Rangers for the defender Michael Dawson last night in the hope that Sunderland and Stoke City could yet drive up the price for a player who has attracted a great deal of interest in the transfer window.

Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor

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‘I will never accept his decision,’ says Andre Villas-Boas

AVB takes on a new chairman challenge in Levy

Andre Villas-Boas might have thought he had met some of the most stubborn figures in English football when he was manager of Chelsea last season, but he was yet to live through a summer transfer window conducted by Daniel Levy.

Michael Dawson: The former Spurs captain is out of favour with new coach Andre Villas-Boas

Tottenham ready to offload Michael Dawson and Tom Huddlestone, with QPR waiting to pounce

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Gareth Bale in pre-season action

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The Sports Matrix: Monday 4 June 2012

Hodgson accused of 'lack of respect' after ignoring Rio

Midfield state of play: Who’s out?
Injured: Barry, Wilshere, Rodwell,
Huddlestone, Lampard (right)
Retired: Carrick, Scholes
And that leaves...
Henderson, Jones, Gerrard, Milner,
Oxlade-Chamberlain and Parker,
who is carrying an injury

Sam Wallace: Is Chamberlain the answer to midfield jinx?

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has already impressed the senior squad players in the short time the England camp has been together

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