Which is fairer? Coronavirus implications

Edit: Now this has happened, making this more visible for discussion of what happens next.

Assuming that all football is postponed/cancelled within the next week or so, I still can't decide what the fairest approach is.

Do we ignore this season and pretend it didn't happen?

Sir Jimmy

How long each Tottenham player has remaining on their contracts

The latest contract details on every member of the current Tottenham first-team squad.

Source: Football London

Why Harry Kane is excited to work with 'honest' Jose Mourinho at Tottenham

Harry Kane is excited about the prospect of building something special with Jose Mourinho after forming a strong bond with the Tottenham coach.

Source: Evening Standard

FA and Premier League planning to complete season behind closed doors in July restart

The FA, Premier League and English Football League are currently planning to finish the 2019/20 season behind closed doors over a period of four to six weeks starting in July.

All emphasis currently is on finishing the season and therefore avoiding the potential ramifications of an unfinished competition, including hundreds of millions of pounds in lost revenue for clubs.

Source: Football London

Philippe Coutinho transfer saga: Truth behind failed Premier League return

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy wanted to complete a transfer for Coutinho, but then Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino didn't want to sign the Brazilian.

Source: Daily Mirror

Steven Bergwijn Making Good Progress In Return From Injury

Tottenham Hotspur winger Steven Bergwijn has been making good progress in his rehabilitation from an ankle injury.

Spurs signed the winger from PSV Eindhoven during the January transfer window and he made an instant impact on his arrival.

Source: Inside Futbol

A guide to 'remote training' - with Harry Winks

Harry Winks has taken us inside his fitness routine as our players continue to tick over during this enforced break due to the coronavirus. The professional game in England has been postponed until no earlier than 30 April as we wait for further developments.

Source: Official Site

All or Nothing Amazon documentary to be released in summer even if season is cancelled due to coronavirus

Amazon will release their Tottenham Hotspur documentary this summer as planned. Cameras have been filming behind the scenes with the north London club all season for an eight-part All or Nothing series.

Source: TalkSPORT

Nike shirts for 2020/21 season leaked – with bold away kit and classic home jersey

Tottenham Hotspur’s home and away kits for the 2020/21 season may well have just leaked online. Although it is unclear exactly when the Lilywhites will get to wear their new kit given the confusion surrounding the current season, Spurs could well be decked out in one of their smartest outfits for years.

Source: TalkSPORT

Spurs don’t expect Sterling to play for club again

Tottenham do not expect Kazaiah Sterling to make the first-team grade. The striker, 21, has been on loan at Leyton Orient after his temporary Doncaster Rovers spell was terminated early at turn of the year.

Source: Football Insider 247

Barcelona are plotting a shock transfer move for Tanguy Ndombele

Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele is a shock transfer target for Barcelona this summer, as manager Quique Setien aims to sign a new box-to-box star to replace Ivan Rakitic and Arturo Vidal, and he hopes to use Spurs boss Jose Mourinho's criticism of the Frenchman to his advantage.

Source: Daily Express