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What The Papers Say: June 16-22

Posted on 22 June 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).

Our daily summary of all things Spurs in the newspapers...

Sunday
Scott Parker is the latest name to be linked to the club while the Mail suggests any move taking Steve Carr to Newcastle is off because we want Shola Ameobi as part of the deal.

Saturday
The Sun claims players are unhappy with mid-summer training sessions at Five Lakes and Spurs Lodge. John Gorman explains the theory behind the week here

Friday
The Mirror claim we have missed out on Monaco's Shabani Nondo while the Independent continue links with West Ham's Freddie Kanoute - the latest line that the clubs have opened talks.

Thursday
The Sun runs a piece with Steffen Freund suggesting that the club had considered reversing the initial decision not to renew his contract this summer. The Mail also runs a snippet on this.

Read the club's reaction to this story here

Wednesday
The Sun say we're interested in Real Madrid's Steve McManaman while the same paper and the Daily Telegraph continue the link with West Ham striker Freddie Kanoute. He is quoted: "I would definitely consider the move."

Tuesday
The Sun link us with Valencia's Kily Gonzalez. Daily Star has Freddie Kanoute keen to listen to possible Spurs move. The Times and Guardian have Newcastle Chairman Freddie Shepherd dismissing interest in Stephen Carr.

Monday
No Spurs news on Monday.

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