Sheffield United vs Spurs - Match Thread

Berge, Mousset, McBurnie ....Kane
Spurs: Lloris (C), Aurier (Ndombele), Dier, Sanchez, Davies (Vertonghen), Lo Celso, Sissoko (Dele), Son, Lucas, Bergwijn (Lamela), Kane.
Subs: Gazzaniga, Alderweireld, Gedson, Skipp, Winks...

Jose Mourinho says Tottenham players "mentally died" after farcical VAR decision

Jose Mourinho accused his Tottenham players of lacking mental strength for unravelling after a controversial VAR decision against them.

Source: Daily Star

Mourinho fears VAR is going to ruin football after Spurs incensed by Lucas Moura handball decision

Harry Kane looked to have equalised against Sheffield United only for a dubious handball to be awarded against Lucas Moura after he was felled, leaving his manager furious with how VAR is affecting ‘the beautiful game’.

Source: Independent


Sheffield United v Spurs - team news

Jose Mourinho reports no fresh injury problems as we prepare to face Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Thursday night (6pm).

OS 21 Jul 20

Townsend: Mourinho key to keeping Harry Kane

Andros Townsend believes Jose Mourinho's appointment as Tottenham manager was pivotal in the fight to keep hold of talisman Harry Kane.

Source: Evening Standard

Serge Aurier: Monaco interested in signing

Monaco are interested in signing Tottenham defender Serge Aurier this summer.
Monaco's recruitment is now overseen by Paul Mitchell - once of Spurs himself - after he joined from RB Leipzig last month, and he is said to be keen on bringing in the Ivory Coast international.

Source: Sky Sports

Timothy Castagne eyes Tottenham transfer

Atalanta right back Timothy Castagne says that he could not turn down the chance to join Tottenham if Spurs make a move for his this summer.

Source: Evening Standard

Trippier opens up on what Walker told him about Pochettino and blasts Kane theory

The ex-Tottenham Hotspur right-back has been talking about his former team-mates at the club and what his early years in north London were like.

Source: Football London

TV Schedule for next four games

Thursday 2nd July- Sheffield United v Tottenham (Sky Sports, 6pm)

Monday 6th July – Tottenham v Everton (Sky Sports, 8pm)

Thursday 9th July – Bournemouth v Tottenham (Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR, 6pm)

Sunday 12th July – Tottenham v Arsenal (Sky Sports, 4.30pm)

Source: Radio Times