José Mourinho's Statistics Rant Includes An Outrageously Incorrect Claim

Tottenham manager José Mourinho was less than pleased when asked about Sky Sports pundit and former Arsenal player Paul Merson’s comments on Harry Kane not being able to score 25-30 goals a season under Mourinho's style of play. Rather than talking about Kane’s ability, Mourinho took a trip down memory lane to remind everyone of the strikers he's managed in the past.

Brace yourself for a tidal wave of numbers and averages, and pay close attention to Didier Drogba’s stats.

José Mourinho Confirms Harry Kane Decision Ahead Of Friday’s Clash With Man United

Tottenham striker Harry Kane will start in Friday's Premier League clash at home to Manchester United after a six-month absence, according to manager Jose Mourinho.

Son Heung-min and Moussa Sissoko, who like Kane were ruled out by serious injuries when the Premier League was suspended three months ago, are also set to face United.

The news is a big boost to Tottenham as they try to revive their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League, having slipped to eighth in the standings, four points behind fifth-placed United and seven points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.

Spurs’ Dele Alli Slapped With Match Ban For Racist Video

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli will miss the Premier League restart after being suspended for a match by the Football Association on Thursday, having been found guilty of misconduct after mocking the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Alli, 24, was charged with breaching FA Rule E3 (1) after posting a video on social media of himself at an airport wearing a mask and apparently mocking a man of Asian appearance.

Tottenham Borrows $220 Million From Bank Of England Due To Revenue Loss

Tottenham has borrowed $220.40 million from the Bank of England to ease the financial burden due to the loss of revenue amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League club said on Thursday.

The club said it estimated a revenue loss of more than $250 million for the period until June 2021 due to the loss of income from matchday revenue, third party live events and other sporting events at their stadium.

When Will The Premier League Resume Play? Latest Developments And News

On Monday, March 9, Leicester City defeated Aston Villa 4-0 in what’s since become the final match of the 2019-20 Premier League season. Since then fixtures have been postponed as a precautionary measure due to the coronavirus pandemic. But when will the Premier League resume?

Serge Aurier Is That Annoying Friend Of Yours Who Refuses To Social Distance

We all have one of those friends, some of us more than one. 

You know the type: people who ignore rules put in place to protect themselves and others. Whether it’s as benign as using torrents to illegally download the latest show from HBO or as fucked up as saying they’re cool to drive after six beers, there will always be those who believe the rules do not apply to them. 

Harry Kane Buys Leyton Orient's Shirt Sponsorship, Donates It To Charities

Harry Kane has shown his true, brilliant colors with his latest act of charity. The Tottenham striker has taken over shirt sponsorship for League Two side Leyton Orient for the 2020-21 season, and the new jerseys will feature three different charities where sponsors usually go.

The club announced the deal on Thursday.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan Opposed To June Premier League Restart

London mayor Sadiq Khan is opposed to the idea of the Premier League resuming in the capital next month while the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause hundreds of deaths in the UK each day, a spokesperson for the mayor's office has said. 

The possibility of a restart next month was given a boost when the government said elite sport could return behind closed doors after June 1. 

Spurs’ Son Completes 3-Week Military Training With High Honors

Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min completed a three-week basic military training course in South Korea on Friday and picked up an award as the top performer among 157 trainees, Yonhap news agency reported on Friday.

All able-bodied South Korean men must serve around two years in the military but athletes who win gold at the Asian Games or a medal of any colour at the Olympics receive exemptions.