Tottenham played out an emotional home game on Sunday as they beat Manchester United 2 - 1 to gift White Hart Lane the proper farewell present.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly made Burnley striker Andre Gray his top transfer target for the summer.
With the stadium at White Hart Lane set to be demolished and renovated, the Daniel Levy-led Tottenham Hotspur management have managed to secure the rights to host Premier League and Champions League games at Wembley for next season.
Over the years, this London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea FC has provided some incredible entertainment for Premier League fans, and as Spus prepare to host the Blues once again on Sunday, TheHardTackle takes a look back at some of the best clashes between the two sides at White Hart Lane
With the club revealing blueprints of a proposed redevelopment of Stamford Bridge that is expected to increase its capacity to 60,000, Chelsea FC are considering Wembley as a temporary home, but face competition from Tottenham Hotspur for the iconic venue
Tottenham Hotspurs v Partizan Belgrade White Hart Lane, London Thursday, 27th November, 20:05 GMT *** Tottenham host Partizan Belgrade at the White Hart Lane in a bid to seal qualification to the Europa League knockout stage with a victory. Tottenham Hotspurs will book themselves a place in the knockout stages of the Europa League should they beat Partizan Belgrade at home. Spurs are level on points with Besiktas at the top of Group D. Partizan Belgrade have a rather tough task at hand as they will want to replicate their performance of matchday 1 when they managed to hold Tottenham to a 0-0 draw. However, it will not be easy for the Serbian side to contain Tottenham at the White Hart Lane. Team News Tottenham Hotspurs Tottenham go into this game with one eye on the knockout stage qualification and the other on Sunday’s upcoming Premier League game against Everton. A win will assure their qualification with a match in […]
The little matter of a North London derby awaits the two power-houses of North London - Arsenal and Spurs. The history of the rivalry of the two clubs is the most famous in English Football. This is a look into that history along with the match preview, stats and players who will be important to their teams.
It is a fixture that has haunted Liverpool in the past. Will Kenny Dalglish steer his side to victory at White Hart Lane this time around?
The emphatic drubbing of Spurs suggests City's transformation from the big spending pretenders to genuine Premier League title challengers is all but complete, and a cap must be doffed toward the direction of Mr Mancini for sticking to his principles, despite staunch criticism and the undoubted temptation to please, during what has been a transitional period for the club.
On Saturday, Chelsea will entertain London rivals Tottenham Hotspur with nothing less than a victory on their mind. TheHardTackle previews the London Derby.