2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
10-3-5, 6th in English Premier League
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12hJames Olley

Conte slams Prem over COVID postponements

Antonio Conte laughed at suggestions the Premier League's COVID-19 postponements included consideration of player welfare.

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5dJames Olley

Conte: Arsenal 'ahead' of Spurs in UCL bid

Antonio Conte has said Arsenal are ahead of Tottenham Hotspur in their bid to return to the Premier League's elite ahead of the north London derby.

Conte: Arsenal's development ahead of Tottenham's (1:15)
Marcotti: Conte biting his tongue over Spurs transfer situation (1:01)
Chelsea finishes off Tottenham en route to Carabao Cup final (1:56)
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8dRob Dawson and James Olley

Sources: Spurs keen to sign Lingard on free

Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Jesse Lingard on a free transfer from Manchester United in the summer, sources have told ESPN.

Could Adama Traore thrive as a wing-back at Spurs? (1:24)
The top goals from the FA Cup third round (2:04)
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9dJames Olley

Sources: Spurs in talks over Adama Traore deal

Tottenham Hotspur are in talks with Wolves to sign winger Adama Traore in a deal which could be worth around £20 million, sources have told ESPN.

Nicol: Tottenham win was 'very uncomfortable' (0:48)
Harry Winks scores incredible free kick equalizer (0:34)
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Conte: Door is open for Eriksen at Tottenham

Antonio Conte has said "the door is always open" for Christian Eriksen to return to Tottenham after his contract at Inter Milan was terminated.

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Subs rescue Spurs from FA Cup humiliation

Tottenham Hotspur survived a scare in the FA Cup third round with a late 3-1 win against League One strugglers Morecambe on Sunday.

Laurens: Big gap in talent between Chelsea and Tottenham (1:04)
Chelsea wins leg 1 after costly Tottenham errors (1:59)
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Carabao semis: Chelsea win 1st leg over Spurs

Chelsea beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semifinals on Kai Havertz's deflected strike and Ben Davies' own goal.

The most important takeaway from Spurs' win vs. Watford (0:54)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference3Tied-6th
Goals Scored23Tied-14th
Goals Conceded205th