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Levy made a mistake in summer ’19 not pursuing £17.9m Tottenham-linked leader – opinion

Posted on: Oct 9 2019 - 2:45pm | #0
In: Tottenham Hotspur
Staff Writer

Tottenham Hotspur parted company with Kieran Trippier in the summer, but the North Londoners’ decision not to sign a replacement for the England right-back has been one to come back and haunt them ever since the season began. Mauricio Pochettino had entered the campaign with Juan Foyth emerging as his preferred option on the right (Football.London), but has been forced to deploy Davinson Sanchez and Moussa Sissoko out of position to cover for the Argentine and Kyle Walker-Peters’ absences. The Spurs chief has also been unable to rely on Serge Aurier to consistently deliver at his best, and has now transfer listed the Ivory Coast defender (The Times) as part of an attempted mid-season rejuvenation of his squad. Even falling on Foyth, who...

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Manchester United: A Tough Road Back

Manchester United’s last nine days were like the week from hell. Not only have their dreams of Champions League football ended after a 3-2 defeat away to Wolfsburg but they dropped more points at the weekend...

Barcelona Begins To Look Like The Real Deal Again

                For 90 minutes at the weekend, all of us went back in time a couple...