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  1. Tottenham Hotspur Looking to Sign New Deal with Harry Kane

    Harry Kane may be a young man-he just turned 22 in July-but the Chingford-born striker has already spent more than 10 years at Tottenham Hotspur. He came to the football club's youth program in 2004, joined the senior squad in 2009, and had his breakout season last year when he scored 31 goals across all competitions. The young offensive star had a hiccup earlier this season, failing to score a single Premier League goal until Tottenham's week seven fixture against Manchester City. Now, though, with Kane back in fine form and the Spurs climbing the Premier League table, it seems that the officials at Hotspur are ready to ink a new deal with Harry Kane to keep him happy at White Hart Lane for the foreseeable future.

    A Big Salary Bump

    If talks of a new contract for Kane seem like déjà vu, that's because they are. The Spurs already inked a new deal with Harry this year, back in February when he was in the midst of hi

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  2. Vardy Breaks Record and Manchester City Return to the Top in Premier League 2015 - 2016 Week 14

    An eventful weekend in the English Premier League 2015 - 2016 week 14 saw Leicester City's Jamie Vardy shattering a 12-year-old record and Manchester City reclaiming the peak position on the standings table, among other things.

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    11 Games in a Row

    Vardy was deservedly the story of the week, much like he has been the top story in English football for the majority of the season. In the midst of a 1-1 draw between Leicester City and Manchester United, the 28-year-old striker scored his team's lone goal. It was the 11th league match in a row that saw Vardy finding the back of the net, an accomplishment that no

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  3. Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur Seal Spots in Europa League 2015/16 Knockout Phase

    Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur have both had their ups and downs so far in the 2015 2016 season, with the former replacing their coach and the latter going through an early dry spell that saw star striker Harry Kane playing at a lower-than-expected level. However, after week five both teams have secured spots in the Europa League 201516 knockout phase, marking a turn in the fortunes of both clubs.

    The Reds and the Spurs are two of the 15 teams in this year's Europa League that, with just one game day remaining in the group stage, have officially earned advancement into the knockouts. That statistic leaves nine slots up for grabs, with the remaining eight to be filled by third-place squads from the Champions League.

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    A Solid Premier League Showing

    Liverpool secured their

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  4. Spurs V Chelsea 2015 Preview: Can the Blues Build Momentum with an Away Win?

    When Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea FC face one another on November 29th, at the Spurs' White Hart Lane, it will be an interesting rivalry match between two of London's football clubs. The two teams both had great seasons last year, with the Blues winning the 2014 2015 Premier League title and Tottenham putting forth striker Harry Kane as the breakout star of the domestic season. Both clubs also suffered very poor starts to the 2015 2016 campaign, with Chelsea dipping as far as 16th on the Premier League Table and Tottenham sitting 17th after the first week of competition.

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    Getting Out of the Rut

    The difference between these two soccer clubs is that, while Tottenham Hotspur seem to have escaped their season-opening

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  5. Lucky Week 13 of 2015/16 EPL: Leicester City Get a Big Break in the English Premier League

    Manchester City and Arsenal-the football clubs that were sitting at the top of the Premier League table headed into this weekend-week 13 of 201516 EPL season proved to be thoroughly unlucky. Both teams lost, with Manchester City falling 1-4 against Liverpool and Arsenal stumbling to a 0-1 loss in an away game at West Bromwich Albion. The Sky Blues and the Gunners now occupy the third and fourth place spots on the table, respectively. It's the lowest Manchester City have dipped all season.

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    Lucky Leicester

    For many of the other most notable soccer clubs in the Premier League, though, week 13 proved to be surprisingly full of luck. Topping the list of fortunate teams are Leicester City, who beat Newcastle United 3-0 to scoot into first

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  6. Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur Go to Battle for North London Derby 2015

    There were numerous interesting narratives to consider on Sunday, as North London's two top-flight football clubs, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, faced off against one another for the North London Derby 2015. On one hand, a victory would have allowed the Gunners to push into first place on the Premier League table. Manchester City had settled for a surprising draw against the bottom-ranked Aston Villa just a few hours earlier, leaving the top slot there for Arsenal's taking.

    On the other hand, Tottenham Hotspur have finally seemed to find their footing in recent weeks. A win in this North London Derby could have been a fitting affirmation of that fact. The Spurs spent the first month of the 2015 2016 Premier League toiling in the bottom half of the table, largely due to mediocre performances on the part of Harry Kane.

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  7. Tottenham Hotspur should be aiming for Europa League Success

    Guest Post By Karl Matchett


    Tottenham Hotspur continue a busy and critical week with a Europa League on Thursday evening, at home to Anderlecht, and manager Mauricio Pochettino should be seriously considering playing his strongest available side despite the looming North London derby at the weekend.


    Having already beaten Aston Villa 3-1 on Monday night, Spurs are now on a run of just two defeats since the opening day of the season and have won back-to-back league games for the first time in more than a month. With the manager finally looking like he has solved the central midfield pairing and with the goals flowing freely, consistency is everything for Spurs in a big week and despite the close proximity of the next two games to each other, a full-on assault for the Europa League should be considered a priority.



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  8. Harry Kane Goal Drought: Why Tottenham Hotspur's Most Dependable Weapon Isn't So Dependable Anymore

    The first eight weeks of the 2015 2016 Premier League season have posed several big questions. Why are Chelsea performing so poorly? Will Liverpool be better off with a replacement manager? Did Manchester City overpay for Raheem Sterling? Perhaps the biggest curiosity of all, though, is what in the world happened to Kane over the summer hiatus, and what is causing the Harry Kane goal drought?

    Last season, Harry Kane wasn't just Tottenham Hotspur's most dependable scorer; he was one of the most dependable scorers in the entire league. He was the breakout star of the season, netting 21 goals in 34 league appearances. In cup and continental play, he added an extra 10 goals. He wasn't the top scorer in the English top-flight: that title belonged to Manchester City's Sergio Aguero, with 26 points to his name. But Kane was the second most prolific scorer in the league, and his young age-he turned 22 in July-had soccer pundits speculating about the great, great things he could

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  9. The Big Winners and Losers of the Capital One Cup Third Round

    So far in the 2015 2016 Capital One Cup (also known as the Football League Cup), we haven't seen a ton of big surprises. The first two rounds of the tournament went more or less as expected, with all of the biggest soccer clubs (Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, etc.) making it to round three intact. However, the Capital One Cup third round matches, played on September 22nd and 23rd, brought arguably the first big development of the tournament so far the elimination of Tottenham Hotspur.

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    Tottenham Make an Early Exit

    Tottenham Hotspur, of course, were one of the most successful soccer clubs in the Capital One Cup last year. Spurs went all the way to the finals, beating teams like Nottingham Forest, Brighton & Hove Albion, Newcastle United,

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  10. The First Month of EPL Play 2015: Chelsea Falls, Manchester City Flourishes

    One month and four matches into the 2015 2016 English Premier League season, there have already been a fair share of surprises and unexpected turns of events. From the inexplicable success of Crystal Palace, to the complete implosion of Jose Mourinho's Chelsea football club squad, August has been an eventful month in the EPL. But does the first month of EPL play 2015 provide any indication of where the season could be going? Or will the season's remaining 34 fixtures restore the table to a more usual and predictable outcome?

    Manchester City: The Clear Season Frontrunners

    If there's one thing that has been revealed by the first month of Premier League play, it's that Manchester City are the clear frontrunners to win the title come next May. A year ago, Chelsea very clearly announced themselves as title contenders, winning their first four EPL matches, and never giving up the top spot in the league standings after

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