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What The Papers Say: Oct 27-Nov 2

Posted on 2 November 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).

Checking out the Spurs links in the daily national press...

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Sunday
All match reports from the defeat against Bolton. The People suggest Stephane Dalmat was dropped after missing training on Thursday and Paul Konchesky is a target of West Ham. The Mirror report Christian Ziege going back to Germany for treatment on his knee injury and that Glenn Hoddle is looking for a return to management with Monaco.

Saturday
Previews to the game against Bolton with most papers taking the angle of Stephen Carr's importance to the side and why he was made skipper from David Pleat's press conference.

Friday
Briefs that West Ham are to ban fans after the trouble before Wednesday's game and Bobby Zamora on his first goal. Mail has a full page about Spurs/Arsenal ground share.

Thursday
All match reports fron our 1-0 win against West Ham plus a line in the Express linking Helder Postiga with a move to Barcelona.

Wednesday
The Star says we'll offer Wales boss Mark Hughes the manager's job. There are also briefs on Chris Perry wanting to stay at Charlton permanently and the Mirror says Helder Postiga will be sold in January. The Sun preview the match with Bobby Zamora.

Tuesday
Our preliminary financial results are in the sport and business pages. The Express lead on David Pleat being handed the manager's job full-time.

Monday
All match reports from Sunday's 0-0 draw against Middlesbrough with the Sun and Mirror picking up on David Pleat's quote that we might have lost the game a month ago.