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What the Papers Say Feb 3-9

Posted on 7 February 2003  - 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).

Keeping an eye out for Spurs links in the daily tabloid press...

The News of the World reports that Kasey Keller is to be offered a new contract and that Neil Sullivan may interest Arsenal.

David Ginola suggests in the Star that he would love to manage the club.

The Express suggests that Glenn is to embark on a summer spending spree with Real Madrid's Fernando Morientes and Javier Portillo his targets, along with Lee Bowyer.

The Express links us with Real Madrid striker Javier Portillo.

The Mirror says the FA are to investigate the deal that brought Goran Bunjevcevic to the club. A few papers carry snippets on Boksic while most also confirm Chris Hughton's appointment as the Republic of Ireland's part-time assistant manager. We broke that story on Tuesday morning - read it here.

The Mail, Sun and Times link us with a move for Croatian striker Alen Boksic, who 'retired' at Middlesbrough last week. The Sun explains that because Boksic is now a free agent, he would be allowed to sign even though the transfer window has officially closed.

Most papers run snippets following Kazuyuki Toda's competitive debut for the reserves on Monday night while Darren Anderton tells the Star that he'sglad not to have moved to Leeds - it was suggested at the time that he might be part of the deal when we signed Robbie Keane.

All match reports in today's papers. Brian Woolnough's column in the Star praises the club's transfer policy, pointing to Leeds as an example of overspending.