Published January 22, 2012
Tags: David Silva, Edin Dzeko, Emmanuel Adebayor, Harry Redknapp, Jake Livermore, Jermain Defoe, Man City, Mario Balotelli, Rafael van der Vaart, Roberto Mancini, Scott Parker, Sergio Aguero, Stefan Savic, Tottenham, Vincent Kompany, Yaya Toure
Super Sunday has arrived, and for Spurs there are many connotations that could benefit or damage their chances this season. With the trip to play Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon being followed by fifth placed Arsenal hosting second placed Manchester United, all is to play for in the race for the title and Champions League qualification.
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Reports in the press of late have linked Jermain Defoe with a January exit from White Hart Lane. The England international has largely been used as a substitute this season and is growing more frustrated at his lack of game time. However, despite Defoe not being selected if all players are fit, Harry Redknapp would be best advised to keep the marksman rather than sell him on.
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Liverpool have been linked with a move for Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe, with Mirror Football stating that the Anfield outfit are ready to make a £10 million bid for the England international.
The sprightly attacker has fallen behind Rafael van der Vaart in Harry Redknapp’s preferences, and is eager for regular first team football.
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Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker has stated that his side can still win the Premier League title, despite drawing 1-1 with Wolves on Saturday.
Harry Redknapp’s men missed the chance to go even on points at the top of the standings, but Parker is ready to take on leaders Manchester City next Sunday.
“I think we can still win the title, definitely,” Parker said.
“We need to believe that we can win every game and then see where that puts us.
“We have to enjoy this moment and obviously be happy where we are, keep enjoying it and get the best results.
“We will quickly dust ourselves down from this game and we will go to Man City looking forward to it and hopefully get the three points.
“It’s a big game and I am sure we will come out on the front foot looking to win,” he concluded.
Published January 15, 2012
Tags: Emmanuel Adebayor, Harry Redknapp, Luka Modric, Man City, Mick McCarthy, Scott Parker, Steven Fletcher, Tottenham, Tottenham vs Wolves, Vincent Kompany, Wolves, Yaya Toure
Tottenham dropped two Premier League points by drawing 1-1 with Wolves on Saturday at White Hart Lane, but this should by no means be a cause of concern for the club or it’s fans. Sure, it would have been great to continue the winning streak, but adding to the points tally is important, and as Harry Redknapp stated after the match, you can’t win them all.
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Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has confirmed that he will travel on Sunday to watch Loic Remy play for Marseille against Lille.
“I am off to watch Marseille, I am going to go and have a look at him [Remy], we have had reports – I watched him 18-months to two years ago. I doubt anything will come of it but we are looking,” he admitted.
Harry Redknapp has rubbished rumours in the press that Spurs were ready to take Fernando Torres in a swap-deal with Chelsea for Luka Modric.
“No I have never heard that one,” he said when asked about a potential Torres-Modric swap,” he told reporters.
“I think Torres is starting to look the player that we all know he can be, the player he was at Liverpool – he is a top player no doubt that about it.
“But there is no way he is coming to Tottenham and no swap deal is in the offing for Luka Modric, I think they will get the best out of him,” he stated.
Harry also mentioned the ongoing contract negotiations between the Croatia international and chairman Daniel Levy, stating that he was keen to find a solution.
“I don’t know where they are but hopefully the chairman will come to agreement and he signs a new contract, he has got a long contract anyway,” he concluded.