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WATCH: How Deadline Day unfolded

Sky Sports - fre, 01/02/2019 - 01:15
From done deals and transfer twists, to funny moments and birthday cakes, Deadline Day had it all - and we brought you all the drama on Sky Sports News.

Charlie's Premier League predictions

Sky Sports - fre, 01/02/2019 - 01:00
Charlie Nicholas takes the Premier League predictions baton this week, giving his take on games including Manchester City vs Arsenal and West Ham vs Liverpool.

Palace sign Batshuayi on loan

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 22:30
Michy Batshuayi wrapped up his loan move to Crystal Palace from Chelsea in the closing minutes of Deadline Day.

Batshuayi agrees Palace loan move

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 22:30
Michy Batshuayi has agreed terms with Crystal Palace ahead of a potential loan move from Chelsea, according to Sky sources.

Sunderland loan Spurs' Sterling

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 21:47
Tottenham striker Kazaiah Sterling has moved to Sunderland on loan for the remainder of the season.

Janssen move from Spurs in doubt

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 19:30
The chances of striker Vincent Janssen leaving Tottenham on Deadline Day are looking increasingly unlikely, Sky Sports News understands.

Spurs loan N'Koudou to Monaco

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 15:57
Tottenham's Georges-Kevin N’Koudou has competed his loan move to Monaco.

Llorente: Difficult being Kane back-up

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 14:21
Fernando Llorente admits it is hard playing as back-up to Harry Kane but revelled in his "dream" winning goal for Tottenham against Watford.

Ref Watch: Zaha 'mocked' ref, Keita pen

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 12:40
Dermot Gallagher returns with Ref Watch as he casts his eye over contentious incidents from the midweek Premier League action.

N'Koudou undergoes Monaco medical

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 11:10
Georges-Kevin N'Koudou is undergoing a medical with Monaco ahead of completing a loan move from Tottenham, according to Sky sources.

WATCH & VOTE: PL goals of the week

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 07:00
Watch and vote for your favourite Premier League goal of the week here...

Which Deadline Day moves will happen?

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 06:50
It's Deadline Day, which means time is running out for players to move.

WATCH: Llorente's miss of the season?

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 01:00
He went on to prove their match-winner but Spurs' Fernando Llorente will want to forget a shocking miss against Watford.

Poch: No Spurs signings expected

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 00:23
Mauricio Pochettino says he does not expect Tottenham to add to their squad before Thursday's transfer deadline.

Poch: Long way to go in title race

Sky Sports - tor, 31/01/2019 - 00:06
Mauricio Pochettino remained coy about Tottenham's title hopes after their victory over Watford at Wembley lifted them to seven points off the top.

Llorente’s late winner against Watford breathes life into Tottenham title hopes

Guardian - ons, 30/01/2019 - 23:01

For Tottenham this was a night of a returning hero and, potentially, a new one. Time was running out, and the home side appeared to be heading for another defeat on the backs of those which had seen them depart two cup competitions in quick succession, when the goals they required for a turnaround arrived. The first was scored by Son Heung-min on his first appearance for Spurs since arriving back from the Asian Cup and then came the winner from someone who has been at the club all the while and finally may feel he belongs.

The mix of relief and joy on Fernando Llorente’s face as he celebrated his goal with three minutes of this contest remaining was as eye-catching as it was understandable. The Spaniard has found it hard going ever since he joined Tottenham from Swansea two summers ago and especially in recent weeks as he has been asked to fill in for the injured Harry Kane. Quite simply, he is not in the England captain’s class, and that has been noticeable, painfully so at times, as was the case here on 52 minutes when he missed an absolute sitter. Cue howls of fury from the majority of the 29,164 people in attendance – Tottenham’s lowest ever crowd for a Premier League fixture at Wembley – yet they were in raptures when the player finally came good.

Related: Liverpool miss chance to pull clear as Harry Maguire grabs point for Leicester

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Josh King shines in Bournemouth’s stunning demolition of Chelsea

Guardian - ons, 30/01/2019 - 22:50

All it took to erode all the positivity whipped up by domestic cup successes was a trip to the south coast. Chelsea were humiliated by an excellent Bournemouth here, their defence lacerated and exposed by the pace and incision of their hosts’ counterattacks. Maurizio Sarri had already delivered a damning public condemnation of his players’ inadequacies after a loss at Arsenal earlier in the month yet this, in so many ways, was a display even more insipid.

Their lead from fifth place, which recently gaped at six points, has been whittled away, but the deficiencies in Chelsea’s game had always endangered that pursuit of the top four. Sarri’s team are three points and five goals worse off than Antonio Conte’s were at the same stage last year, and were beaten by the time Junior Stanislas skipped down the right and crossed for Josh King to ease a splendid finish into the top corner 15 minutes from time. It was an excellent goal to confirm Bournemouth’s first win over a top-six side this term, and there would still be time for Charlie Daniels to guide in a fourth in stoppage time. Their own mid-season lull has been curtailed in spectacular fashion.

Related: Liverpool miss chance to pull clear as Harry Maguire grabs point for Leicester

Related: Llorente’s late winner against Watford breathes life into challenge of Spurs

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Late Llorente header sinks Watford

Sky Sports - ons, 30/01/2019 - 21:49
Late goals from Heung-Min Son and Fernando Llorente rescued a tough week for Tottenham with a 2-1 comeback win over Watford.

Spurs, Monaco in N’Koudou talks

Sky Sports - ons, 30/01/2019 - 17:47
Monaco are in advanced talks with Tottenham over a loan deal for Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, Sky Sports News understands.

Pochettino needed a trophy for Spurs this year as top-four battle gets tighter | Paul Wilson

Guardian - ons, 30/01/2019 - 15:40
The Tottenham manager has his reasons for prioritising league finish but winning silverware is a habit his team need to develop – no one takes photos of a fourth-placed finish

Perhaps the kindest thing to say about Mauricio Pochettino’s honesty in excusing Tottenham’s removal from two cups in four days is that he cannot be accused of self-interest or personal promotion.

If it is true, and it seems widely accepted, that the Spurs manager’s name is on some very short lists for consideration at some of the most select clubs around Europe, there will be people at those clubs pointing out that for all his personable promise Pochettino has won precisely nothing yet, and furthermore his team have regained a reputation for choking when the important tests come along.

Related: Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino defends record after ‘egos’ comments

The difficulty with distancing yourself from the domestic cups is that the season then becomes a plateau

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