Tottenham Hotspur still believe they can complete the club’s new stadium for under £1billion, despite the rising cost of delays and gloomy predictions of construction experts.
by: Sam Wallace — The Telegraph 20 Sep
Mauricio Pochettino admitted that set-pieces have become “a trauma” for his Tottenham Hotspur defenders after they conceded another goal that way in the defeat to Inter Milan on Tuesday.
Mikel Arteta fails at first audition after stepping into Pep Guardiola's shoes for Manchester City defeat to Lyon
by: Luke Edwards — The Telegraph 19 Sep
It is not entirely clear which role Mikel Arteta was auditioning for as he took charge of a Manchester City team for the first time against Lyon, but whatever it was, it did not go well.
Deconstructing Tottenham's mini-crisis: Mauricio Pochettino's most pressing concerns after three straight defeats
by: Adam Hurrey — The Telegraph 19 Sep
Tottenham have suffered a third-consecutive loss for the first time under Mauricio Pochettino after losing late to Inter Milan on Tuesday night.
by: Jason Burt — The Telegraph 16 Sep
Mark Noble revealed that some “home truths” were delivered to the West Ham United players during a team meeting last week.
by: James Ducker — The Telegraph 15 Sep
The billionaire owner of Manchester City has issued an ominous statement of intent by spelling out his vision for the next 10 years and declaring that the club have “much more to win”.
Mauricio Pochettino warns Harry Winks he needs to dedicate himself to football to be a Tottenham and England regular
by: Sam Wallace — The Telegraph 14 Sep
Mauricio Pochettino has warned his young English midfielder Harry Winks that if he is to become a regular for club and country then he needs to dedicate himself to football and “not the business around football”.
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 11 Sep
England's match with Switzerland will be broadcast in black and white to mark the 25th anniversary of football's anti-racism campaign Kick It Out.