Skip to main content

News

  • What the papers say April 1925
Subscribe to newsfeed 

What the papers say: April 19-25

Posted on 25 April 2004  - 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).

Looking out for mentions of Spurs in the daily national press...

Check out all the Spurs gossip on the web by clicking ontoNEWSNOW.CO.UK

Sunday
The People report a bust-up between Jamie O'Hara and Stephane Dalmat with quotes and a Spurs response. Most mention Simon Davies extending his stay at the club. The Star says Robbie Keane wants away - this was later denied on www.spurs.co.uk - and the same paper plus the Express say Darren Anderton will be offered a new deal at 50 per cent of his current deal.

Saturday
Previews concentrate on Arsenal possibly winning the title at the Lane on Sunday. Michael Brown's quotes from press conference in most with the main theme that a win could rescue some pride at the end of the season. Jason Burt talks to Simon Davies in the Independent.

Friday
Previews for the derby starting early in the Mirror and Sun with Gary Mabbutt insisting we'll be fired up for Sunday and Ashley Cole planning a title party.

Thursday
Most papers run our friendly dates against Rangers and Celtic, columnist Charlie Sale says in the Mail that our new boss will be named in July and David Pleat tells the Sun that we all have to stick together.

Wednesday
The Sun runs a few lines on a protest from fans at Spurs Lodge on Tuesday.

Tuesday
Briefs including further speculation on Van Bommel and Forest's Andy Reid, the Mail picks up quotes from David Pleat hoping Ledley King will be fit for Arsenal on Sunday.

Monday
As you'd expect, not the best match reflections after our 2-0 defeat at Bolton.