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Is Gareth Bale better on the right for Spurs?

Is Gareth Bale better on the right for Spurs?

Gareth Bale has scored his last 4 Premier League goals after being moved out to the right, is he better off playing here for Spurs?

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How Andre Villas-Boas will change Tottenham

Andre Villas-Boas came to England as one of the most sought after managers in Europe. We all know what happened next, so how will he change Tottenham?

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Why Rafael van der Vaart shouldn’t be taking all of Spurs’ corners

Rafael van der Vaart set up Luka Modric’s fantastic opening goal for Spurs against Bolton midweek with a beautiful chipped pass from a corner. With Spurs having scored just five goals direct from corners this season, one of the lowest numbers in the Premier League, is Rafael van der Vaart their best option?

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Insight: What Emmanuel Adebayor did to get back on the goal trail

Emmanuel Adebayor had only netted twice in the Premier League in 2012 for Spurs. That all changed Sunday against Swansea, as his hard work paid off with two goals and Spurs earning three points to stop their five-game league winless skid. So, just what did Emmanuel Adebayor do to get back on the goal trail?

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Gareth Bale – the secret to his recent success for Spurs

Gareth Bale had a slow start to the season for Spurs. The Welshman supplied only a single goal through his first nine Premier League matches, adding fuel to the debate that he is the most over-rated player in the Premier League. However, in his last his last five games, Gareth Bale has scored four goals and added five assists for Tottenham. So just what is the secret to his recent success?

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Is Harry Redknapp being a Europa dope?

This is a big season for Spurs and manager Harry Redknapp. Last year Tottenham were in the Champions League; this season, they have to keep up the momentum and challenge for a place at Europe’s top table again, otherwise key players will be on their way out the exit door.

With the number of games that Spurs could possibly play in the Europa League, Harry Redknapp has said that he plans to play a number of his reserve players in Europe’s second competition. However, now that Spurs have drawn Hearts in their opening tie, will a ‘Battle of Britain’ style encounter change his view?

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