Alli is what England have been waiting for, Lampard says

Ross Houston
April 22, 2017

"I think the process when we started three years ago, was the club creating new facilities, a new stadium, that was the plan and the team was here too", Pochettino said.

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Sealing another top-four finish in the Premier League for Tottenham Hotspur would be more satisfying than winning La Liga with Barcelona, manager Mauricio Pochettino said on Friday.

"Both teams will want to go out there and be creative and I've noticed that the Blues have developed more into a counter attacking team as the season has worn on", Le Saux told Betfair's blog.

"Spurs are playing a good attacking style of football right now so I can seem them scoring a few on Saturday".


Eden Hazard is longing to complete his haul of English silverware, with Chelsea preparing to take on Tottenham in today's FA Cup semi-final.

"Most of this team have not won the FA Cup and we would like to win it". If they were to lose this one against us this weekend then they will set an all-time record for consecutive FA Cup semi-final defeats.

"I think that we have to enjoy this moment, because this moment is great for everyone".

Pochettino, who described Ehiogu's death as "a huge loss personally and for all the Tottenham Hotspur family", spoke to the media shortly before the incident on Thursday, and sought, again, to strike a balance between taking the pressure off his team and asserting that they can beat the league leaders.


"It doesn't play any part in that", he said. "To challenge now this type of club, of team, is a very important thing for Tottenham". "Because he is showing me in all this period, always a great commitment". The Serie A club has ambitious plans in the transfer market under its owner, the Suning Group, for the forthcoming close-season and Sky Italia reported it was ready to meet a GBP 25 million release clause in Alderweireld's contract at White Hart Lane.

Wilshere's season and loan spell at Bournemouth are over after scans confirmed that he suffered a hairline fracture to his left fibula against Tottenham last Saturday but no surgery is planned and he will report back to Arsenal next week.

"This injury is nothing to do with the extension of Jack's contract".

It will be the first time during this campaign that the Blues will play at Wembley, while it will be the fifth time for their opponents.


"I believe, overall, Jack had a positive season and it is purely accidental. But, if this season we can win, or next season we can win some titles, it's welcome". It was a tackle.

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