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What are the 20 PL clubs doing over wages?

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What are Premier League clubs planning in terms of their staff during the coronavirus lockdown?

Five Tottenham 19/20 stats you didn't know

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From a safe pair of hands to some ineffective subs, we pick out five stats you may not have known about Spurs' 2019/20 season.

Tottenham transfer rumours

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The latest transfer news and gossip on the players linked with Tottenham - and those who could leave the club.

Will Miller: 'Ugo passed and I said let's turn this into a song. Emotion flew out of me'

Guardian - søn, 05/04/2020 - 18:00

The former Spurs and Burton midfielder discusses the impact of Ugo Ehiogu’s death, swapping football for a creative career and helping players with depression

I have been playing a song about life and death on a loop today. While waiting to interview Will Miller, the former Spurs and Burton Albion footballer who wrote and sang the song just days after the death of Ugo Ehiogu, his former coach who died in April 2017 aged 44, the ghostly video of Crash Landing has been spooling out of my laptop. On a muted, sun-kissed afternoon, it offers a melancholic and beautiful soundtrack for these unsettling times.

For Miller, Ehiogu’s death felt like “a crash landing on the moon”. Three years on, trying to adjust to our new isolated reality with illness and death all around us, life continues in an eerie way. “It’s weird,” Miller says. “But sometimes you have to switch course. I remember being absolutely certain I was going to play first-team football for Tottenham. When I realised it wouldn’t happen, it was like killing an idea of myself. The person I thought I was going to be was dead. I needed to reinvent myself. I found it really difficult and it reminds me of the challenges we’re all facing right now.”

Related: Fabio Capello: 'I asked the players – Joe Hart or Calamity James?'

Pochettino was an incredible, family-type of guy. He was so clever and we played for each other and for him so much

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Our PL team of the season – now pick yours!

Sky Sports - søn, 05/04/2020 - 18:00
Listen to a special Sky Sports podcast discussing the Premier League team of the season - and then vote for your own best XI.

Carra: It may be now or never for Kane

Sky Sports - lør, 04/04/2020 - 11:02
Harry Kane has reached the crossroads of his career at the "worst possible time", says Jamie Carragher.

Who could miss the hardest/easiest PL run-in?

Sky Sports - lør, 04/04/2020 - 10:00
Who misses out on a tough run-in and who is cursing their luck if the Premier League's final nine games are scrapped?

Angry Tottenham fans urge players to take pay cut

Sky Sports - tor, 02/04/2020 - 21:56
Tottenham fans want the club's players to take a pay cut and are demanding answers as to why non-playing staff are bearing the brunt of the financial impact of coronavirus.

PFA denies plan to block all wage deferrals

Sky Sports - tor, 02/04/2020 - 20:30
The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) has moved to clarify reports suggesting it would block all wage deferral requests made by clubs during the coronavirus pandemic.

'PL players should take pay cut and play their part'

Sky Sports - tor, 02/04/2020 - 19:36
Premier League players should play their part and take a pay cut, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said at Thursday's government daily briefing.

Son Heung-min set to carry out national service in South Korea during shutdown

Guardian - tor, 02/04/2020 - 14:24
  • Spurs forward faces mandatory four-week military service
  • Son recovering from broken arm and flew home last week

Son Heung-min is hoping to carry out his mandatory four-week national service in South Korea during football’s coronavirus shutdown.

The 27-year-old Tottenham forward travelled back to his homeland last week as he continues his recovery from a broken arm, but is waiting for confirmation that the Premier League suspension will be extended this week beyond 30 April.

Related: Daniel Levy calls on Premier League managers and players to take pay cuts

Stay safe#hometeam @adidas

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Son looks to complete four-week military service

Sky Sports - tor, 02/04/2020 - 13:02
Heung-Min Son is working with Tottenham over the possibility of completing his mandatory four-week military service during his return to South Korea.

Pay cuts, furlough or deferrals: what are the Premier League clubs doing?

Guardian - tor, 02/04/2020 - 13:00

From Arsenal to Wolves, we look at what the clubs are doing regarding pay for players, non-playing staff and casual staff

Arsenal continue to monitor the situation regarding player and staff wages and are playing an active role in the Premier League’s discussions. But there has been no decision taken and the focus has been on ensuring casual employees are looked after. All will be paid as normal until 30 April with the situation reviewed thereafter. Full-time employees were paid for the month on 27 March, as expected. For now there is little appetite to make redundancies. Nick Ames

Related: Premier League clubs fail the smell test by furloughing their staff | Paul MacInnes

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If PL starts from scratch - what did you back?

Sky Sports - tor, 02/04/2020 - 08:00
Manchester City to win the Premier League and Newcastle the value call to be relegated; this is where punters would stick their imaginary £50 if the season was to start from scratch tomorrow.

Pandemic providing perspective - Alderweireld

Sky Sports - ons, 01/04/2020 - 22:20
Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld believes the Covid-19 crisis will encourage society to show kindness to others, as the world comes together to fight the virus, reports Sky Sports News' Paul Gilmour.

PL, EFL: Season return only when 'safe and appropriate'

Sky Sports - ons, 01/04/2020 - 21:13
The Premier League, English Football League (EFL) and representatives of the game's players and managers have all agreed the season cannot resume until it is "safe and appropriate to do so".

'Kane will leave if Spurs not pushing to win things'

Sky Sports - ons, 01/04/2020 - 16:20
Harry Kane will leave Tottenham unless he sees the club “pushing to win things”, according to former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp.

PFA meeting PL, EFL over player wage deferrals

Sky Sports - ons, 01/04/2020 - 15:00
The PFA will meet with both Premier League and EFL officials on Wednesday to discuss player wages and whether they can agree a deferral of salaries during the current crisis.

Premier League clubs accused of 'moral vacuum' over pay during virus crisis

Guardian - ons, 01/04/2020 - 14:41
  • Politicians angry at cuts to non-playing staff wages
  • Players’ pay to be discussed on Wednesday

Premier League football has been accused of operating in a “moral vacuum” after clubs cut wages or furloughed non-playing staff but continued to pay players their full wage.

Before a meeting on Wednesday at which the Premier League, English Football League and Professional Footballers’ Association will continue talks regarding pay, there was outspoken criticism from politicians.

Related: 'Our players are afraid': Nicaraguan football ploughs on amid the crisis

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Who's your Tottenham player of the season?

Sky Sports - ons, 01/04/2020 - 13:54
Who has been Tottenham player of the season so far? See our picks and have your say...
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