London, Aug 20, 2018 (AFP) - Tottenham's first home game in the group stages of the Champions League will be played at Wembley, the club confirmed on Monday after reaching an agreement with UEFA.Spurs announced last week that the move to their new 62,000-
by: reuters — BBC 2h
Tottenham will play their first home Champions League match this season at Wembley as a result of the delay to their new ground opening.
by: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Robert+Summerscales+For+Mailonline — Daily Mail 2h
Tottenham have confirmed that an agreement has been reached with UEFA to play their first Champions League home game at Wembley this season. It will be in either September or October.
by: Daniel Zeqiri — The Telegraph 3h
Writing defending's obituary has long been a pre-occupation of football pundits and writers, and Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United's struggles this weekend raise the subject of the declining standards once again.
by: Josh Challies — Football Fancast 3h
Tottenham Hotspur failed to sign a player in the summer transfer window and reacted to one reported target's performance for Manchester United on Sunday.
by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 10h
Arsenal manager Unai Emery reportedly rejected the chance to sign Jean Seri during the summer, and Gunners fans were quick to have their say on his display for Fulham against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
by: N/A — Sky Sports 16h
Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier wants to build on his outstanding World Cup display, and take his game to the next level with Spurs.
by: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Adam+Crafton+for+the+Daily+Mail — Daily Mail 17h
ADAM CRAFTON AT WEMBLEY: After a victory even more comprehensive than the handsome 3-1 scoreline suggested, Mauricio Pochettino felt it right to challenge his side.
by: Andy Edwards — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 18h
The Robbies and Rebecca Lowe give their immediate thoughts on a shock result at the AMEX Stadium.
by: David Hills — The Guardian 19 Aug
Summer roundup – also featuring Neymar’s heart, West Ham’s carpet and no more corruption
by: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Nick+Harris+for+The+Mail+on+Sunday — Daily Mail 18 Aug
EXCLUSIVE BY NICK HARRIS AND ALEX MILLER: Sources close to the construction have told Sportsmail that problems with the safety systems could hinder the project for up to six months.