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Transfer Centre: Haaland, Bale, Eriksen LIVE!

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The latest news and gossip on Everton's search for a new manager, plus updates on the futures of Erling Haaland, Gareth Bale and Christian Eriksen.

Charlie's Premier League predictions

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With a weekend of festive Premier League fixtures on the way, Charlie Nicholas makes his predictions, including the Manchester derby, West Ham vs Arsenal and more.

PL hits and misses: Arsenal's problems grow

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The best of the midweek talking points, from Arsenal's need for new leadership to Newcastle's odd VAR-assisted goal.

Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

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Fred is finding his feet under Solskjær, Maddison and Grealish jostle for England attention and do Everton have a new plan?

Fred has described Fernandinho as his role model in the past but, until recently, it seemed like the only thing the pair had in common was that they both moved from Brazil to Shakhtar Donetsk before arriving in Manchester. Over the last month, however, Fred has finally started showing the quality that persuaded United to spend £52m on him last year. He and Scott McTominay form a midfield partnership of formerly maligned players who have become more than useful. They, along with Marcus Rashford’s refulgent form and the fact that United now relish being underdogs, are reasons why City might not annihilate Saturday’s visitors to the Etihad. Paul Doyle

Related: Everton sack Marco Silva and put Duncan Ferguson in temporary charge

Related: Marco Silva appears to be done in England – but he remains a managerial mystery | Barney Ronay

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Manchester derby build-up LIVE!

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Poch set to return to Europe next week

Sky Sports - tor, 05/12/2019 - 16:50
Mauricio Pochettino is expected to return to Europe next week to consider his next move after being sacked by Tottenham.

Ref Watch: No Vardy dive, it's a penalty

Sky Sports - tor, 05/12/2019 - 13:30
Jamie Vardy was wrongly booked for simulation in Leicester's win over Watford, according to Dermot Gallagher on Ref Watch.

Poll shows Rainbow Laces impact as PL supports

Sky Sports - tor, 05/12/2019 - 13:00
A new survey shows more LGBT allies are being created in sport, amid another strong display of Premier League support for the Rainbow Laces campaign.

Solskjær praises Rashford as Mourinho admits Manchester United were better than Spurs – video

Guardian - tor, 05/12/2019 - 12:06

Manchester United's Ole Gunnar Solskjær has praised Marcus Rashford for his performance in the team's win over Tottenham at Old Trafford on Wednesday. United revelled in their 2-1 victory with José Mourinho admitting that the opposition 'were much better than us' 

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A fan's-eye view at the football – a photo essay

Guardian - tor, 05/12/2019 - 08:00

Photographer and lifelong Tottenham Hotspur fan Martin Andersen has turned his camera on fellow fans to create an intimate and often visceral collection of images taken at home, away, and across Europe from
2013 until the last game played at White Hart Lane in 2017. Interview by Felix Petty

My first game at White Hart Lane was Tottenham v Wimbledon on Saturday 10 November 1990. We won the game 4–2. I sat in Park Lane watching a Spurs side featuring Gazza, Lineker, Mabbutt, Walsh … But my love for Tottenham started long before that. We all have our stories as to why we support the club. Mine might be a little different to most, having grown up in Denmark.

Tottenham Hotspur – Arsenal (0–1), 16 March 2014, White Hart Lane. Attendance: 35,711.

Right: Middlesbrough – Tottenham Hotspur (1–2), 24 September 2016, Riverside Stadium. Att: 32,703.

Far right: Tottenham Hotspur – Hull (2–0), 16 May 2015, White Hart Lane. Att: 35,857

Tottenham Hotspur – Hull (2–0), 16 May 2015, White Hart Lane. Att: 35,857.

Tottenham Hotspur – Newcastle United (1–2), 26 October 2014, White Hart Lane, Att: 35,650.

Top: Tottenham Hotspur – Chelsea (1–1), 28 September 2013, White Hart Lane. Att: 35,857.

Above left: Chelsea – Tottenham Hotspur (2–0), 1 March 2015, EFLC Final. Wembley. Att: 89,294.

Above right: Tottenham Hotspur – Arsenal (0–1), 16 March 2014, White Hart Lane. Att: 35,711.

Southampton – Tottenham Hotspur (0–2), 19 December 2015, St Mary’s stadium. Att: 31,636.

Tottenham Hotspur – Liverpool (0–3), 31 August 2014, White Hart Lane. Att: 36,130.

Right and far right: Chelsea – Tottenham Hotspur (2–0), 1 March 2015, EFLC Final, Wembley. Att: 89,294.

Chelsea – Tottenham Hotspur (2–0), 1 March 2015, EFLC Final, Wembley, Att: 89,294.

Tottenham Hotspur – West Ham United (1–2), 18 December 2013, White Hart Lane. Att: 34,080.

Tottenham Hotspur – Arsenal (2–1), 7 February 2015, White Hart Lane. Att: 35,659.

Right: West Ham United – Tottenham Hotspur (0–1), 16 August 2014, Boleyn Ground. Att: 34,977.

Borussia Dortmund – Tottenham Hotspur (3–0), 10 March 2016, Uefa EL, Signal Iduna Park. Att: 65,848.

Tottenham Hotspur – Brighton (2–0), 29 October 2014, White Hart Lane. Att: 33,537.

Top: Aston Villa – Tottenham Hotspur (1–2), 2 November 2014, Villa Park. Att: 32,049.

Above: Chelsea – Tottenham Hotspur (3–0), 3 December 2014, Stamford Bridge. Att: 41,518.

Top: Manchester City – Tottenham Hotspur (1–2), 14 February 2016, Etihad stadium. Att: 54,551.

Above left: Southampton – Tottenham Hotspur (0–2), 19 December 2015, St Mary’s stadium. Att: 31,636.

Above right: Liverpool – Tottenham Hotspur (2–0), 11 February 2017, Anfield. Att: 53,159.

Tottenham Hotspur – Arsenal (2–0), 30 April 2017, White Hart Lane. Att: 31,811.

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Jose dismisses 'arrogant' Spurs tag

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Jose Mourinho insists arrogance was not to blame as his perfect start as Tottenham head coach came to an end at the hands of former employers Manchester United.

Arrogance cost us against Manchester United, says Tottenham’s Dele Alli

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• José Mourinho had tried to avoid complacency at Old Trafford
• Ole Gunnar Solskjær praises Rashford’s ‘best performance’

José Mourinho admitted he tried to avoid the “arrogant” Tottenham attitude Dele Alli blamed for their 2-1 defeat at Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Spurs’ first loss under their new head coach came against his former club, with two Marcus Rashford goals securing victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side after Alli’s equaliser.

Afterwards, the England midfielder stated “arrogance” and “overconfidence” cost his team and Mourinho agreed.

Related: Rashford exposes Tottenham to ruin Mourinho’s Manchester United return

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Manchester United follow their leader to provide first test of ‘Humble One’ | Jamie Jackson

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José Mourinho’s return to Old Trafford did not go as planned, with Marcus Rashford proving in inspirational form for United

This was billed as the Return of José Mourinho but was undoubtedly the Marcus Rashford Show. Here was his finest display for Manchester United, the 22-year-old a blur of menace and inventiveness and registering both goals.

On arrival Mourinho had shaken hands with a security guard and club photographer, then hugged a media officer with a warmth missing from the end of his United tenure. Back then he was a sulky figure, sacked last December following a demise signposted by the 3-0 loss to Tottenham on the day of his infamous “respect, respect, respect” tirade.

Related: Rashford exposes Tottenham to ruin Mourinho’s Manchester United return

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Rashford exposes Tottenham to ruin Mourinho’s Manchester United return

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The sight of Marcus Rashford in smooth and pacy flow, the components of his technique in perfect sync, would once have delighted José Mourinho.

Not here. Mourinho had wanted to mark his return to Manchester United with a fourth win out of four with Tottenham; to make his biggest statement yet with his new club.

Related: Manchester United follow their leader to provide first test of ‘Humble One’ | Jamie Jackson

Related: Arrogance cost us against Manchester United, says Spurs’ Dele Alli

Doubters just spur me on ‍♂️

A proper Old Trafford night and a great 3 points ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/58eroLbcJm

Related: Divock Origi leads Liverpool feast to raise pressure on Everton’s Silva

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Man Utd 2-1 Tottenham: Player ratings

Sky Sports - ons, 04/12/2019 - 22:30
Marcus Rashford scored twice as Manchester United beat Tottenham 2-1 at Old Trafford, but how did we rate the players?

Rashford double sinks Spurs on Jose return

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Marcus Rashford scored twice for Manchester United as they beat Tottenham 2-1 to leave Jose Mourinho empty handed on his return to Old Trafford.

'Man Utd players want to put one over Jose'

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Manchester United's players will be out to upset their former manager Jose Mourinho when they face Spurs on Wednesday night, according to Kevin Campbell.

Mourinho on life at Manchester hotel

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Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho has defended living in a hotel during his entire reign as Manchester United manager.

I’m not a villain: José Mourinho turns on charm before Old Trafford return

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Tottenham manager ‘not the enemy’ as he steers clear of causing ripples on eve of taking new club to Manchester United

José Mourinho may have mentioned this once or twice. Actually, there has not been a press briefing during his short time at Tottenham when he has failed to do so. Yes, the manager is starring in an Amazon Prime documentary about the club’s season.

Mourinho was at it again on Tuesday morning, as he previewed Wednesday night’s visit to his former club Manchester United, which, incidentally, will be carried live by Amazon Prime. Turning his head down and towards the inside of his collar and the ever-present mic, he mentioned the US company and had a bit of fun speaking directly to them.

Related: Ole Gunnar Solskjær urges patience to see fruits of Manchester United labours

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