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Posted on 11 September 2002  - 12:00

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

Jamie Redknapp and Mauricio Taricco have not been named in the 17-man squad for tonight's clash against Fulham.

With Steffen Freund suffering a 'slight setback' on his return from a long-term injury, it means Glenn Hoddle is without six midfielders - Freund, Redknapp, Darren Anderton, Tim Sherwood, Gus Poyet and Steve Clemence.

Steve Carr, Ledley King, Alton Thelwell and Neil Sullivan complete the injury list.

Boss Glenn reported: "We've a few injury problems to sort out between now and kick-off.

"We haven't got a full squad to pick from but even that inner-squad, if you like, has three or four injuries.

"Jamie's not trained this week, he has a slight calf and there are a few other things as well, Tano has a groin problem and Steffen has picked up a slight knock behind his knee.

"The good news is that no-one came back with anything major from international duty."

Better news on the injury front sees Anthony Gardner return after a groin strain sustained at Charlton.

Christian Ziege returns to the squad after the recent loss of his mother and fans can look forward to seeing Robbie Keane in a Spurs shirt for the first time.

Squad for Fulham: Keller, Hirschfeld, Doherty, Perry, Richards, Gardner, Thatcher, Ziege, Etherington, Davies, Bunjevcevic, Blondel, Acimovic, Sheringham, Keane, Iversen, Ferdinand.