Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has expressed his confidence that his club can beat the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal in the remainder of the season to finish in the top four. Tottenham spent more than £ 100 million in revamping the squad in the hope of finishing in the top four.
Since Andre Villas-Boas was in charge of Tottenham, the playing time of Emmanuel Adebayor was severely limited as he spent more time on the sidelines than on the playing field and during the few moments he was indeed on the pitch with the main squad of Tottenha, his performances left more to be desired.
His spell with Tottenham is now more enjoyable as Tim Sherwood seems to have given him a light of hope. The new role that Tim Sherwood has in the club was good news for the Togelese forward who is now starting to perform like the days back where he played in Arsenal.
There were some tensions that £ 11.5 million signing from Ajax Christian Eriksen might be on the sideline till next year after hobbling out of Denmark's 2 - 1 victory on Friday against Norway. Recent scans have showed that Christian has suffered a sprained ankle injury, Earlier it was thought that it was a more severe rupture to his ligaments.
Now, he is aiming Tottenham's EPL match at White Hart Lane against Liverpool on 15th December for his return.
The Tottenham Hotspur manager, Andre Villas-Boas, has said that his relationship with Jose Mourinho is not as good as it used to be a few years back.
Villas-Boas who is just 35 years of age at the moment was Mourinho’s assistant for quite some time and worked under him at 3 different clubs. They decided to part ways 4 years back in 2009.
Villas-Boas will be up against his former boss on Saturday as his team Tottenham will take on Chelsea at White Hart lane.
Tottenham only recently invested heavily in the transfer market by bringing Brazilian midfielder Paulinho for close to £ 20 million.
However, they appear to set to take the transfer spending beyond the £ 50 million mark this summer after manager Andre Villas-Boas has said that the club are interested in bringing Valencia striker Roberto Soldado. Villas-Boas has stated on several occasions that Tottenham are extremely light on the striker front.
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has stressed the importance of keeping the star players at the club despite missing out on the top four finish this season. Star players like Gareth Bale have been extremely influential for the club, but due to their impressive performances this season, they have been linked with clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Tottenham could be set for up to 3 weeks without the striker Jermain Defoe after the striker was injured in the recent match against West Brom during the weekend. The manager Andre Villas-Boas confirmed that the striker's injury is serious than initially thought, while he has also said that the decision not to sign a striker in January might prove to be costly for the club.
The Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has hailed the managerial careers of the former Barcelona manager Guardiola and the Real Madrid manager José Mourinho.
These two people have had a lot of influence on his career according to Andre Villas-Boas. The Portuguese has been trying to adopt a style that is similar to the one used by Guardiola at the Camp Nou. Even though he did not have the greatest successes at Chelsea, Villas-Boas has been able to work on a different level at Tottenham. He has been able to get the club once again back into the top four positions this season.
The Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has said that the top four position still remains within reach for the Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, against whom he will be coming up in the midweek action.
Tottenham Hotspur has defeated Aston Villa in a Premier League match played at the White Hart Lane on Sunday. Tottenham won the match by 2-0. This was the fourth victory for Tottenham in the ongoing Premier league.
With this victory, Tottenham has now moved up to no. 5 in the points table with 14 points. Andre Villas Boas’ team has played 7 matches in the tournament so far. Out of those 7 matches, the Spurs have won 4, lost 1 and the remaining 2 ended in a draw.