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What The Papers Say: Mar 31- April 6

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).

All things Spurs as brought to you in the national press...

A busy day of gossip. The NOTW says Jamie Redknapp will return to reserve action next week (we play Fulham on Wednesday), that Newcastle and Manchester United want to buy Steve Carr and we're after Turkish international Basturk. The NOTW and People suggest Teddy Sheringham may go to Dubai in the summer. The People also links us with Portsmouth's Yakabu while the Independent says we're interested in Steve McManaman.

Mainly preview pieces from Glenn's press conference on Friday. Injuries are the there and the Sun says we won't be making many new signings when injured players are fit.

Ossie Ardiles tells the Sun that major changes are needed for the club to succeed while the Sun, Mirror and Express all run briefs on our return match with DC United in Washington in May.

Two shorts on Thursday - the Express reports Steffen Iversen's return to training while the Star suggests we might buy Paul McVeigh back from Norwich City.

The Mirror suggests that morale in the camp has been upset by Glenn Hoddle ordering the squad to play a friendly against DC United in Washington in May. A few papers pick up Gus Poyet's comments from this website insisting we can't afford any more mistakes this season.

No Spurs news in Tuesday's papers.

Charlie Sale's column in the Mail suggests Glenn Hoddle is 'unlikely' to be manager at the club next season says we'll go for Roger Lemerre if that's the case.