2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 17th in English Premier League
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10hChris Wright, Toe Poke blogger

Tottenham launch new home and away kits

Unsurprisingly, the home shirt is predominantly white -- lilywhite to be precise -- and features a dark blue gradient in the lower recesses.

World Cup stock report: Who's up, who's down (6:33)
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3dJohn Duerden, Asia correspondent

Spurs could lose Son to Asian Games with Korea

South Korea have named Tottenham forward Son Heung-Min in their squad for the 2018 Asian Games to be held in Indonesia from Aug. 14 to Sept. 1.

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3dReuters

Kane 'wants to be back playing in four weeks'

Kane returned home with the rest of his England teammates on Sunday and has less than a month of rest but is already focused on a return with Spurs.

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6dLiam Twomey, ESPN.com writer

Trippier fit to play for England vs. Belgium

Kieran Trippier is fit to play for England in the World Cup third-place game against Belgium despite picking up a groin injury against Croatia.

Who should Real Madrid target if Ronaldo leaves? (3:08)
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11dESPN

Spurs, Dundee legend Alan Gilzean dies

Gilzean, who was recently diagnosed with a brain tumour, became known as "The King of White Hart Lane" after joining Spurs in 1964.

Extra Time: Ronaldo replacements, goalkeeper of the World Cup (10:35)
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24dStephan Uersfeld

Eriksen good enough to 'play at any club' - Lloris

Lloris has singled out Eriksen as a player with the ability to not only make the difference against France but also for any side.

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27dGraham Ruthven, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Luka Modric to Tottenham

Luka Modric to Tottenham and Tanguy N'Dombele to Manchester United are two of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

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30dJulien Laurens

Kane: Poch congratulated me after England win

Kane struck early on and again in the first minute of stoppage time as England began their World Cup campaign with a victory.