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

William Gallas (centre) and Jake Livermore (left) after PAOK's first goal

Redknapp eyes bigger prizes after Europa blow

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Stefanos Athanasiadis of PAOK scores their second goal against Spurs

Spurs beaten by 10-man PAOK Salonika

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Tottenham defender Ledley King undergoes knee surgery

Tottenham club captain Ledley King underwent surgery on his left knee last night.

Tottenham season better than last insists Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp insists Tottenham have exceeded last season's exploits despite their failure to qualify for the Champions League.

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.

Late West Brom equaliser frustrates Spurs

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Redknapp faith in Crouch pays off for Spurs

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Redknapp tried to make me the scapegoat for defeat, says Lennon

Spurs winger accuses his manager of lying about the illness that forced him out of 4-0 loss to Real Madrid

Jermaine Jenas labels referee 'inexperienced' and decision 'harsh'

Jermaine Jenas claims Tottenham's chances of making the Champions League semi-final have been severely hampered by the "rash" decision of the "inexperienced" referee who sent Peter Crouch off last night.

Ten-man Spurs made to pay by Mourinho's merciless Real

Real Madrid 4 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Redknapp still struggling to prove his worth

For a man who was about to face the most expensively-assembled football team in history, Harry Redknapp was in a convivial mood yesterday. He joked with a television reporter about joining in training. He made a mock acceptance of Jose Mourinho's offer of a 0-0 draw in the first leg and pretended to leave. Only when he was asked about how he was valued by the hierarchy at Tottenham Hotspur did we see a flash of the Redknapp temper that is never far from the surface.

Tottenham face injury crisis in defence

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is facing up to the prospect of taking on one of the most feared attacks in world football with just two fit central defenders.

Redknapp blossoms late to join stellar list – but taxing issue clouds the horizon

The first Englishman to reach European Cup last eight for 26 years would be a shoo-in for national job – were it not for looming trial

Spurs share point with hard working Wolves

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Holloway's Seasiders stun Spurs

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