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Posted on 22 July 2001  - 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).

Tottenham talk and transfer tittle-tattle from the weekend tabloids...

Sunday July 22

SUNDAY PEOPLE
It's Teddy steady go for Spurs

The Sunday tabs report on our 2-1 win at Wycombe, mostly focusing on Teddy Sheringham's comeback in a Spurs shirt.

Teddy said afterwards: "I am under no illusions about coming back here and know I've got to perform to impress the fans. What I did in the past does not matter at all - it's the future that counts.

"There is a good feeling about the club. Everyone is pulling in the same direction and when that happens you have got a chance."

The People also links Wolves with a move for Tim Sherwood.

NEWS OF THE WORLD
Glenn knows the way to sign Jose

A few of the Sundays say we are about to swoop for defender Jose Chamot from AC Milan. The 32-year-old from Argentina is reported to be ready to fly in for a medical with terms already agreed.

Questioned on the subject on Saturday, Glenn simply stated: "There are a number of options we are still looking at."

The NOTW says Tim Sherwood is a target for Everton.

SUNDAY MIRROR
Chatzone

A snippet suggests that Oyvind Leonhardsen is attracting interest from Southampton.

Saturday July 21

DAILY EXPRESS
Hoddle: I will Spur on Ziege

DAILY MAIL
Ziege joins Spurs and Sven's men could pay

Both papers report on Glenn's comments on the capture of Christian Ziege, full details of which can be found by clicking here. The Mail also links us with a move for AC Milan's Argentinean international defender Jose Chamot.

THE MIRROR
Sicknote: Let me be captain

DAILY STAR
Sicknote bids to lead Spurs

Snippets from a quote from Darren, saying: "I don't think a decision has been made yet and personally I would love to be asked."

THE SUN
Carr-y on spending

Stephen Carr urges the club to continue strengthening the squad and is quoted as saying: "The squad is beginning to take shape. But we're still lagging behind."