BOURNEMOUTH WANT MASON

Bournemouth are weighing up a £4million move for Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder Ryan Mason according to reports by The Mirror.

According to The Mirror “Mason’s name is understood to have cropped up in talks between Spurs and Bournemouth over striker Callum Wilson.

“Spurs are keen on Wilson, but he is believed to be one of a number of frontmen behind Marseille’s Belgium international Michy Batshuayi on their list of striker targets.”

Mauricio Pochettino not worried about Kevin Friend

Mauricio Pochettino says it had been no matter of worry for him that Kevin Friend, a so-called Leicester City supporter, was going to be in operation in Tottenham’s game against Stoke on Monday.

The Football Association pulled Friend out of that game yesterday after rising concerns of the Spurs supporters on Twitter and other social websites and instead allotted the game to another referee.

It did not amuse everyone around though.

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Tim Cahill is optimistic about Australia’s future

Tim Cahill is one of the more renowned and influential players from the Australian nation.

The 36 year old player has made over 80 appearances for his national team and even at his elevated age, he still continues making consistent performances not only for his national side but also for his club Hangzhou Greentown

The veteran player kicked off his international career back in 2004 at the age of 24 and ever since then, Tim Cahill has been a regular starter for Australia.

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Spurs want to keep Mauricio Pochettino

Without any doubt, this Premier League season has been one of the more shocking ones in the history of the English competition.

Mauricio Pochettino

Unexpected things have been occurring throughout the entire season that no one was really anticipating to happen.

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Mauricio Pochettino is staying in the Premier League

Mauricio Pochettino has pushed Tottenham Hotspur to the top 3 spots of the Premier League and after having claimed a 2-1 triumph over Manchester City, the Argentine coach is starting to turn heads around as he is making a huge impact in this season.

Tottenham Hotspur has turned into genuine contenders to win the Premier League title in this season along with Arsenal and Leicester City.

Tottenham have been a breath of fresh air

Tottenham have been a breath of fresh air this season. The club has always been rather weak when comes to defending, but this has changed in the space of a summer.

Tottenham now have the best defensive record in the Premier League after letting in only 17 goals in the 20 league outings. This good record has been a major factor in Tottenham being only couple of points behind table leaders Arsenal. The talk of a top four finish has now been transformed into a potential title challenge, which has never before been experienced by the club supporters.

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Tottenham are going through the phase

Tottenham are going through the phase that teams like Arsenal have experienced only recently.

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Mauricio Pochettino is targeting 3 new attackers

Tottenham Hotspur sustained a 0-1 defeat in their opening match of the Premier League season as the team of Mauricio Pochettino faced off with Manchester United in Old Trafford and an own goal from the 25 year old defender Kyle Walker allowed the home team on winning the game as Manchester United came out on top with the victory as they snatched all 3 points but this result was a wake-up call for Mauricio Pochettino as the Argentine manager is now interested in signing a few more players before the summer transfer window reaches it’s end in September.

Harry Kane feels that he should be even better next season

Tottenham striker Harry Kane feels that he should be even better next season in order to match or even better the tally of league goals that he managed in the 2014/15 season.

Kane turned out to be one of the best players during last season. Despite not having been a first-team regular until October, the England international managed to score only a couple of goals less than the Golden Boot winner, Sergio Aguero. Kane could have easily won the PFA Player of the Year award had it not been for the brilliant Eden Hazard of Chelsea, who helped his team win the league title.

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Mauricio Pochettino admits that the Europa League may start to become a mental strain

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino admits that the Europa League may start to become a mental strain for the players from next campaign.

The club are on course to qualify for this competition for a fifth consecutive season. They had been hoping to reach the Champions League for only the second season in their history, but those hopes have been destroyed after two disappointing results against Burnley and Aston Villa. A goalless draw against Burnley has been followed up with a 1-0 defeat against Villa and it has effectively ended their hopes of a top four finish.

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