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Posted on 10 June 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).

SUNDAY JUNE 10

NEWS OF THE WORLD

Poyet to give Hod the nod

SUNDAY MIRROR

Sullivan is £8m Houllier target

Celtic back on Walker trail

SUNDAY PEOPLE

Rad'll do nicely for Hod swoop

THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

Davies' deeds can spark new hope for Wales

The NOTW's Planet Football gossip pages suggest we're about to snatch Gus Poyet from under Liverpool's noses. They go for a £2.25m price tag for the Uruguyan midfielder.

The Mirror say Liverpool will stun us with a world-record £8m swoop for goalkeeper Neil Sullivan and that Celtic are ready to renew their interest in Ian Walker with Jonathan Gould going the other way in a £3m deal.

The People claim Glenn Hoddle is set to make a shock move to bring Polish international Radoslav Kaluzny to the Premiership. The paper says scouts have watched the Wisla Krakow midfielder for weeks and a £2m is close. Kaluzny has scored five goals in Poland's World Cup qualification charge.

Finally the Independent On Sunday's Trevor Haylett lavishes praise on young midfielder Simon Davies after he won his first full cap for Wales last week. 'If Simon Davies maintains the progress he has begun over the last three months at least (Mark) Hughes will have another performer blessed with both natural talent and the ability to turn matches'.

SATURDAY JUNE 9

DAILY MAIL

Campbell fury

THE SUN

10 years means nothing to some people

THE MIRROR

I've given my all to Spurs for 10 years...I don't deserve this treatment

DAILY EXPRESS

Anderton to snub Spurs

Most newspapers pick up on Sol Campbell's interview with Sky Sports, screened on Friday night, in which he claims: "I am disappointed how the club behaved - and hurt. Ten years working for one club means nothing to some people." He also talks about his future. "I want to be in a positive environment. I want to strive for excellence to fulfil my dreams because it's my life, not anyone else's. A lot of people have got opinions about my life but it's about time I had an opinion about my life. I want to play European football, I want to be winning championships and European Cups and also playing for England. Obviously I can't do that in one year - but until the end of my playing career I want to be in those kinds of environments. I haven't made a decision on what I want to do next - and I really don't know how many clubs are interested."

The Express report that Darren Anderton is 'close to leaving' after latest contract talks broke down.