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Cartilage Free Captain 22 hours ago
Five reasons to be concerned by Spurs' 5-1 win that are definitely not coincidences

Five reasons to be concerned by Spurs' 5-1 win that are definitely not coincidences

Everyone knows last night's game was awesome. What this article presupposes is, maybe it wasn't? Oh you think winning 5-1 means we can just forget about all the horrors that lurked beneath the surface? Well get ready for a wake up call. Go watch Erik Lamela's ridiculous rabona goal one last time before you strap in, because it's about to get real in here. 1. Harry Kane just keeps on scoring. But what Daniel Levy won't tell you is that Harry Kane can't actually score without a strike partner. Check the facts. Almost all of his goals have come playing alongside Adebayor or Soldado up top....
London24 Oct 21, 2014

Inside Lane: It’s time to give Kane a chance up front for Spurs

Tottenham blogger Mike Williams believes the in-form 21-year-old Harry Kane deserves to be starting up front ahead of Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado in the Premier League.
Cartilage Free Captain Oct 17, 2014
Team news: Lloris, Chadli, Toure, Mangala all questionable for City match

Team news: Lloris, Chadli, Toure, Mangala all questionable for City match

Yaya might be back. Hugo might be out. Mangala could be injured. In other words, we have no idea and what even is going on. Premier League football is back, and in case you've been lulled to sleep by the worst international break ever you should know that Spurs have a pretty big match coming up against Manchester City. Both Spurs and City are a little banged up and affected by the international fixtures, so there's some major questions about what the squads are going to look like tomorrow morning at the Etihad. Emmanuel Adebayor and Nabil Bentaleb both featured in African Cup of Nations...
London24 Oct 17, 2014

Spurs boss gives Adebayor verdict and update on Lloris’ fitness

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has leapt to the defence of under-fire striker Emmanuel Adebayor.

Mauricio Pochettino stands by his striker

Emmanuel Adebayor has been bad this season. There's no way around it and, while he has done some things well, his string of misses in front of goal have been a huge knock on Tottenham Hotspur. But Mauricio Pochettino isn't going to bail on his striker. "I believe in Emmanuel Adebayor," he said. "We know always a striker maybe during some periods finds it difficult to score, but he made a lot of effort for the team. The more important thing is that we are convinced that he or another team-mate can arrive at the possibility to score, but I am happy with his performance. "It is true that he...
Daily Telegraph Oct 1, 2014
Mauricio Pochettino insists he will stand by misfiring Emmanuel Adebayor despite poor start to the season

Mauricio Pochettino insists he will stand by misfiring Emmanuel Adebayor despite poor start to the season

Tottenham manager says he has no concerns over striker's form despite a return of just one league goal so far this season
The Fighting Cock Oct 1, 2014

If you can’t love Adebayor at his worst...

Thelonious drops the mic and picks up the keyboard to give us his opinions on Emmanuel Adebayor. What does one of the key voices of The Fighting Cock think of the player who can cause chaos with a hat or a swivel of his hips? Read and find out.

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