With a knee surgery looming large, ex-Tottenham and West Ham manager Harry Rednapp has decided resign from the Queens Park Rangers job. Rednapp feels that he hasn’t been able to give his 100 percent to the job and believes that it isn’t fair to the fans or the owner. At QPR since 2012-13, Rednapp enjoyed a mixture of highs and lows at the club, getting relegated in his debut season, and then winning a promotion back to the Premier League, courtesy of a playoff win. The return to the top division, however, hasn’t been as smooth as he may have hoped. QPR have been very good at home, especially for a team that has just won a promotion, but away from home the club has struggled immensely. In fact, in the 11 away games, QPR have failed to register a single win or a draw, and lie 19th in the table at the moment. A statement from Tony Fernandes read: […]
Chelsea will be the underdogs going into the much-awaited clash at the White Hart Lane on Sunday. Can the Champions resurrect their campaign or will the Bale-inspired Spurs prove to be too hot for the Stamford Bridge club to handle? Read on for the team news, tactical brief, formations, and much more.
Winning has kind of become Tottenham’s joie de vivre this season. A 3-0 thumping of Werder Bremen in the Champions League, following a well deserved victory over North London rivals Arsenal last weekend would have placed them in the favourites’ seat when Liverpool travel to White Hart Lane this Sunday.