New on Spurs TVO/App
We've a bumper Arsenal preview available now on Spurs TV Online/App - including Emirates matchwinner Younes Kaboul.
We've a bumper Arsenal preview available now on Spurs TV Online/Official Spurs App - including Emirates matchwinner Younes Kaboul.
We have six interviews now live on the console including Younes, Harry Redknapp, Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Heurelho Gomes, Joe Jordan and Clive Allen.
Younes admitted 'it looked impossible' to win trailing 2-0 at half-time at Arsenal in November, but goals from Gareth Bale, Rafa van der Vaart's penalty and finally Younes' glancing header completed a memorable turn around.
Naturally delighted with that goal, Younes was focusing on tonight. "That was a fantastic win and I can't wait for this derby to come around," he said.
That was the opinion of everyone interviewed. Benoit said confidence was high in the camp - especially after that win at the Emirates - while Gomes, who performed miracles to keep Arsenal out in our 2-1 win at the Lane last year, is after another win against the Gunners and and top-four finish in the Premier League. "Can we do it again? Why not?" said the goalkeeper.
We've highlights of Harry's press conference while Clive talks about Gareth Bale's PFA award - having taken the accolade himself back in 1987.
Finally, Joe talks of a 'huge week' and that every game becomes more and more important - with the pressure increasing as the finishing line approaches. "We'll be positive and go out to win the game against Arsenal," he said.
You can find Younes, Gomes, Benoit, Joe and Clive in the 'Interviews' section of Spurs TV Online while Harry is in 'The Lodge'.
Don't forget that Monday's interview with Gareth is still available with his thoughts on winning the PFA Player of the Year and Arsenal.
All six interviews - plus Gareth - are also available in the video section of our Official Spurs App for iTouch/iPhone.
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