News, views and gossip relating to Tottenham over the last 24 hours.
Emmanuel Adebayor says he is 'physically exhausted' after the African Nations Cup, which won't be music to the ears of Spurs fans, hoping he could slip right into the side with Jermain Defoe injured.
"I think I have done my best and physically I’m exhausted, but that’s football. It’s a tough one for all the players, for myself, for everyone, but life goes on," he said.
Tottenham's on loan goalkeeper Jordan Archer was attacked while playing for Wycombe Wanderers last night. A Gillingham fan climbed on his back before being wrestled off and was promptly arrested. You can watch the video of the incident here, and see how some of his Spurs teammates reacted.
Tottenham's website has a handy summary of all their stars who will be involved on international duty this week, with Aaron Lennon and Kyle Walker involved in England's squad to face Brazil tomorrow, and Clint Dempsey travelling the furthest with the USA to face Honduras.
In a look at England's centre-back options, we've also asked why there is no recall for Michael Dawson in defence after his recent good form with Spurs.
On HITC today, Mathew Nash takes a look at Lewis Holtby's attributes, and seemingly endless energy, discussing what an asset the new arrival can be for Tottenham. We also take a look at whether Gareth Bale should play as a striker to help solve the club's problems with Defoe injured.
In transfer news, the Express claims Tottenham are lining up a move for Osasuna goalkeeper Andres Fernandez, as cover for Hugo Lloris, with Brad Friedel and Heurelho Gomes both likely to move on permanently in the summer transfer window.
Youngster Alex Pritchard says he is keen to back up the hype surrounding him during his loan at Championship club Peterborough. The teenager admits he is being 'thrown in at the deep end', but is ready to impress.
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