Harry Kane Keeps Premier League Title Race Alive With A 30-Yard Bomb

From a neutral’s perspective, thank God for Harry Kane. The Tottenham striker scored his 18th and 19th goals of the campaign to keep a bit of pressure on Chelsea before their match against West Ham on Monday. Tottenham defeated Everton 3-2 on Sunday in a match featuring the Premier League’s leading scorers, Kane and Romelu Lukaku.

Tottenham Are Out Of Europe Because Tottenham

Here's what we've come to expect from Tottenham in Europe: bed-wetting, crying, tantrums and maybe a little bit of violence.

Spurs are having an excellent season in the Premier League, but once they leave England they've fallen into the habit of completely falling apart. Thursday's Europa League ouster at the hands of Gent was merely the latest in a long line of woeful Tottenham continental performances.

£30 Million Flop Moussa Sissoko Sums Up Tottenham In Europe This Year

Apart from eventually winning promotion back to the Premier League, the greatest memory of Newcastle United's 2016-17 season will be selling Moussa Sissoko to Tottenham for £30 million. After acquiring him from Toulouse for next to nothing, Sissoko briefly impressed before playing a massive role in Newcastle’s relegation last season. His lone goal of the campaign didn’t arrive until April, a return of one from 37 matches.

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Tottenham’s New Stadium Is Slowly Eating The Old One

Replacing a stadium that’s been around since 1898 was always going to be a difficult task for Tottenham’s ownership group, but ENIC International and chairman Daniel Levy appear to have gotten what is, for now, known as the Northumberland Development Project just right.

White Hart Lane, home to Tottenham Hotspur since 1899, was limited to a capacity of just over 36,000, and Spurs began exploring options for a new ground as far back as 2006.