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But the most astonishing story will always remain the fact that Fabrice Muamba ‘died’ for 78 minutes – and lived to tell the tale.

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Howard Webb has spoken for the first time about the match in which Fabrice Muamba collapsed and warned players that feigning injury could risk tragedies taking place in the future.

The Bolton manager, Owen Coyle (right), stands beside Spurs players Benoit Assou-Ekotto, William Gallas and Carlo Cudicini as Fabrice Muamba is treated by medical staff at White Hart Lane

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It had started just like any other Tottenham match. The sloppy start, which had allowed Bolton to take an early lead, followed almost immediately by Kyle Walker levelling from a Gareth Bale cross, leading to sardonic chants of 'Gareth Bale, he plays on the left', in reference to his recent positioning on the right.

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Ryan Nelsen

Ryan Nelsen completes Tottenham switch

Tottenham have confirmed the signing of defender Ryan Nelsen from fellow Barclays Premier League side Blackburn in a statement on their website.

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Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham Hotspur manager, has given a trial to Eduard Husinec and watched the Croatian youngster play in a friendly against Celtic yesterday.

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Tottenham cannot compete in transfer market says Harry Redknapp

Tottenham may be performing better than Chelsea in the league this season, but manager Harry Redknapp admits there is no chance of the north London club being able to compete with the Blues in the transfer market.

Tottenham return to winning ways against Sunderland

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