Sport Garcia's ghost goal: In another duel with Liverpool, Chelsea lost in the Champions League semi-finals with a disputed goal from Luis Garcia. “It was a goal that came from the moon,” said Mourinho, who never acknowledged the goal in the future

The Spaniard played an integral role in Liverpool's Champions League triumph in 2005

Vlad Chiriches, in action for Steaua Bucharest agains Arjen Robben of Bayern Munich, has been linked with a move to Tottenham

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Defender will provide much needed cover at the back

Vlad Chiriches, in action for Steaua Bucharest agains Arjen Robben of Bayern Munich, has been linked with a move to Tottenham

Transfer news: Vlad Chiriches arrives in London to complete £8.5m Tottenham move

Romanian will provide much needed cover in defence

Etienne Capoue signed for Tottenham from Toulouse today

Transfer news: Tottenham sign French international Etienne Capoue in £9m deal

Midfielder moves to White Hart Lane from Ligue 1 side Toulouse

Steven Caulker has signed a four-year-deal in a club record transfer to Cardiff City

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It is now more than eight years since Jose Mourinho met Arsenal’s Ashley Cole in a London hotel as a prelude to his most audacious signing, prising away one of the then Premier League champions’ most valuable assets within the space of 18 months.

Tottenham Hotspur 'set to beat' Arsenal to the signature of Barcelona's David Villa

Reports claim Spurs have begun to show interest in the Spain international

Bale will miss vital games after being carried off on a stretcher in draw against Basel

Players can fill Gareth Bale void at Tottenham insists Gylfi Sigurdsson

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Tottenham v Basel: Andre Villas-Boas prays Gareth Bale will miss just two games in crucial season run-in

Star player certain to miss Premier League clash against Everton this weekend

Inter fans wave flags and set off flares at the San Siro

Inter Milan v Tottenham: Spurs expect action from Uefa on racism

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Gareth Bale’s free kick from 36 yards out gives Tottenham the lead last night
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Tottenham entertain Lyon at White Hart Lane tonight

Andre Villas-Boas

Europa League tie against Lyon a 'test of Tottenham's Champions League credentials', says Andre Villas-Boas

Tottenham entertain Lyon at White Hart Lane tomorrow night

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William Gallas reveals Andre Villas-Boas has held meeting to address Tottenham conceding late goals

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Jan Vertonghen (third from left) celebrates his winning goal for Tottenham

Match Report: Jan Vertonghen’s simple touch has final say in battle of pass masters

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