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What The Papers Say: June 7-13

Posted on 13 June 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).

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Sunday
The Observer says we've missed out on Edgar Davids, the NOTW links Dean Richards with a move to Everton while the People suggests Fredi Kanoute could go to Celtic. The Star links us with Chelsea's Glen Johnson.

Saturday
The Mirror links us with Croatian keeper Stipe Pletikosa while it's all Euro 2004 elsewhere - with the main talk about Ledley King starting for England against France on Sunday. He's now favourite to parter Sol Campbell with John Terry ruled out.

Friday
The links continue with Sylvain Wiltord and Bixente Lizarazu, with Wiltord being quoted as sayingin the Mail: "It is true there are rumours regarding Tottenham and, as they are Arsenal's biggest rivals, the move would not be easy. But if I join them it will be with pleasure. Jacques Santini appreciates my work.

All the papers report on the appointment of Martin Jol as first assistant to Santini.

Thursday
Links with Lyon's Patrick Muller while the Express runs quotes from our story with Jacques Santini. The Times and Mail also suggest Ledley King could be prefered to Jamie Carragher if John Terry fails to make England's clash against France on Sunday.

Wednesday
The Express has a page lead with Darren Anderton talking about the possibility of moving to the MLS in the USA. The Mirror runs a similar brief. The Sun says Sergei Rebrov will be back at the club in July while the Mail suggests new head coach Jacques Santini sees Fredi Kanoute as surplus to requirements.

Tuesday
Snippets report French left-back Bixente Lizarazu as hinting he would like to join Spurs after Euro 2004. The 34-year-old is leaving Bayern Munich and is quoted as saying: "It is a sign of security that Jacques Santini will be at Tottenham. I want a good challenge." The Express also suggest a move for his French team mates Lilian Thuram and Sylvain Wiltord. The Star and Telegraph link us with a £100,000 move for Swindon's England U16 captain Leigh Mills.

Monday
No Spurs news today as Euro 2004 dominates the papers.