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Tottenham's injury crisis eases but Dele Alli, Danny Rose still unavailable

Mauricio Pochettino says to hold off on criticizing Tottenham just yet as he explains his side are out to their best Premier League start ever.
Spurs midfielder Dele Alli says he didn't expect his celebration to become an internet sensation.

LONDON - Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has said he hopes Dele Alli and Danny Rose will be fit to face Manchester City on Oct. 29 as his injury list shortens following the international break.

Spurs were without six players against Cardiff earlier this month, while Rose limped off with a groin problem.

But Christian Eriksen, Mousa Dembele, Serge Aurier and Michel Vorm are back in training and available to travel to West Ham on Saturday, leaving only Alli, Rose and Jan Vertonghen in...

Kenya coach Sebastien Migne allays Victor Wanyama injury fears

Harambee Stars head coach Sebastian Migne had downplayed injury fears about Victor Wanyama after the midfielder hobbled off during Kenya's 3-0 win over Ethiopia in Sunday's Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

The Tottenham Hotspur powerhouse was substituted in the 72nd minute with an apparent hamstring injury after falling to the turf clutching his thigh following a cross.

However, the French coach has since allayed concerns about the 27-year-old's fitness, and revealed that he was replaced as a precaution,...

Tottenham stadium costs didn't affect summer transfer policy - Daniel Levy

Following a winless start to the Champions League campaign, the FC guys discuss Tottenham's chances of turning things around and advancing to the knockout rounds.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy said the increased cost of the club's new stadium will not affect transfer policy, in a meeting with the club's supporters trust, and that the project was unrelated to the lack of summer signings.

Spurs were targeting a September opening for their new home, which was expected to cost £850 million, and some reports suggested that those costs led to a summer window in which Tottenham made no new signings.

Since then there have been costly delays to the construction...