How Harry Kane Went From The Lower Leagues To Winning The EPL Golden Boot

Harry Kane spent the 2011/12 season on loan at English Championship side Millwall F.C., a club known more for its associations with hooliganism and their supporter’s chant “No one likes us, we don’t care” than as the home of future England internationals. 

Under the watchful eye of England’s then U-21 manager, Stuart Pearce, an 18-year-old Kane failed to impress. 

Now That We Know Adele's A Spurs Fan, She Wrote "Hello" About Them, Right?

Earlier this week internationally famous singing person Adele threw her support for the Premiership title behind Tottenham Hotspur.

That in and of itself is only sort of newsy, but The18 has learned that Adele's smash hit "Hello" was originally written about Spurs, and we've gotten hold of an exclusive (fake) copy of an early studio take, which we present to you here:

Adele: OK let's get started! Pip pip jiminy crumpets!

Harry Kane Scores From Impossible Angle

Harry Kane caught everyone off guard today with a wonderful goal from a near impossible angle. Hard work paid off for Tottenham as a battle in the corner allowed them to keep the play alive. When the ball emerged from the corner, Kane gathered it, took two dribbles towards the center of the pitch and with no one stepping to mark him, fired a powerful shot that beat Arsenal keeper, Petr Cech. Kane's goal in the 61st minute gave Tottenham the lead, only for them to lose it and draw 2-2 with Arsenal. 

Son Heung-min Goes Top Shelf Against Leicester City

In the third round of the FA Cup, two prominent Premier League teams duked it out for the right to move on. Son Hueng - min helped out the cause for Tottenham with a stunning strike in the 39th minute. With the likes of Harry Kane and Dele Alli on the bench, Son took full advantage of his start. It looked as if Son wouldn't have a good angle to strike the ball, however his powerful strike left Leicester goalie Kasper Schmeichel helpless.

Christian Eriksen Goal For Tottenham

This Christen Eriksen goal for Tottenham is what Spurs fans were expecting from the Denmark international this season. The lad has had a slow start in the Premier League, but his two goal performance this weekend may be a sign for what's to come from the 23-year-old. Sitting in the middle of the tabe and coming off a 4-1 shalacking of first place Chelsea, Tottenham looked to steal three points from a solid Swansea team who hasn't won since their 2-1 victory over Manchester United back in August.

Harry Kane's Long Walk

Harry begins signing autographs at the south end of Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. He does what looks like a TV interview first, then starts at the beginning of the throng of people lined up to take a picture of him or have him sign something. The crowd stretches from the southwest end of the stadium, where Harry is, to the middle of the north end, where Harry will be. Eventually.

Colorado's Altitude Giving Players Pause Before MLS All-Star Game

Denver, Colorado is 5,280 feet above sea level, and Tottenham Hotspur, along with most of the MLS All-Stars, won't be used to playing in those conditions.

"It's going to be a tough training session for us this afternoon and a tough game for us on Wednesday at this altitude, on top of the hotness" said Spurs midfielder Nabil Bentaleb.

"We had a gym session earlier, and it was quite tough," said forward Harry Kane. "We train this afternoon so we'll probably get a bit more used to it, being outside."

American Defender DeAndre Yedlin Will Grow In England

When DeAndre Yedlin was transferred to Tottenham Hotspur in 2014, it was music to Jurgen Klinsmann’s ears as he finally began to see more American national players move to Europe. As the MLS continues to grow and develop into an elite league, it becomes very important for players on Klinsmann’s current roster to play big European matches.