Sport Norwich City players celebrate after Ryan Bennett scored a late winner against Hull City

Defender strikes in the closing minutes to see off 10-man Hull and earn a crucial three points in bid for survival

Tottenham’s Jake Livermore battles with Manchester United’s Phil Joneson Sunday

Sky is the limit for Tottenham's rising star Livermore

Harry Redknapp is convinced that Tottenham's rising star Jake Livermore has all the makings of an England international of the future.

Wayne Rooney is sent off for ‘assault’. His appeal over his three game ban will be heard this week by Uefa

Sam Wallace: It's only fair to reduce Rooney's ban

There is an element of those who classify themselves as supporters of the England team who are predisposed to taking a pleasure in the many and various disasters that befall our benighted national team. If they involve Wayne Rooney, well, so much the better.

Wayne Rooney is sent off for ‘assault’. His appeal over his three game ban will be heard this week by Uefa

Sam Wallace: If Uefa is concerned with fair play it has to reduce Rooney's ban

Talking Football: Rooney's offence was silly but to ban him for 50 per cent of a tournament is disproportionate

Tottenham reject £40m Luka Modric bid from Chelsea

Tottenham yesterday turned down a £40million bid from Chelsea for wantaway midfielder Luka Modric, according to manager Harry Redknapp.

Hearts stopped by swagger of sublime Spurs

Hearts 0 Tottenham Hotspur 5

Five problems for Pearce to solve if England are to make progress

After two limp draws, the underperforming Under-21s must beat the Czech Republic on Sunday to avoid an embarrassing early exit. Steve Tongue in Herning asks where they can improve

Birmingham relegated after defeat by Spurs

Tottenham 2 Birmingham 1

Tottenham season no success says William Gallas

William Gallas claims that Tottenham should not view their season as a success after their failure to qualify for next year's Champions League was confirmed by defeat to Manchester City.

Ian Herbert: Mancini left to pursue dream which left Spurs battered and exhausted

This was as far removed as you could have got from the Spurs side we saw last May, who lived up to the old club motto of 'To dare is to do'

Tottenham retain Champions League hope says Michael Dawson

Michael Dawson has insisted Tottenham have not given up hope of snatching fourth place in the Barclays Premier League.

Cox cracker puts shadow over Defoe's milestone

Tottenham Hotspur 2 West Bromwich Albion 2

Arsene Wenger furious over Cesc Fabregas article

Arsene Wenger emerged from the latest setback in Arsenal's faltering title assault to declare his support for Cesc Fabregas, despite the Gunners captain appearing to undermine his boss in an interview with a Spanish magazine.

Van der Vaart forces Arsenal to pay penalty for latest slump

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Arsenal 3

James Lawton: Redknapp's side must remember lessons learnt on thrilling journey

Spurs do not need telling that gaining the ultimate heights demands something rather more
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