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Younes in the programme

Younes Kaboul is the main interview in tonight's official programme against Sunderland.

Younes Kaboul is the main interview in tonight's official programme against Sunderland.

The versatile French defender reflects on that now famous night against Inter Milan last time out at the Lane but also insists 'the next game is always the most important'.

"Of course it was a great night but we are professionals and we cannot allow ourselves to keep thinking about that match," he said. "Maybe when you get home after the game you can enjoy it and think about the game, but the next day we have to focus on the next challenge.

"The next game is the most important game and we have to look to carry on the form we showed against Inter both in our upcoming league games and Champions League matches to show that it wasn't just a one-off."

Bolton was naturally a disappointing follow-up on Saturday meaning the squad is looking to bounce back against Sunderland.

"They are a difficult team to play against and they have some good players," added Younes. "However, if we play to our potential this evening, there's no reason why we can't win and keep up our challenge towards the top of the table."


Harry Redknapp - The manager's exclusive column.

The double - Looking back at our memorable success in 1960-61, 50 years on.

One-goal wonder - Mbulelo Mabizela's magnificent strike at Leicester.

Stephen Clemence - The former defender/midfielder shares his memories on his return to the Lane as development coach of Sunderland.

Training days - Exclusive photographs from training at Spurs Lodge.

Memory match - Maurice Norman recalls an FA Cup tie against Sunderland in 1961.

Premier predictions - Clive Allen and Sebastien Bassong go head-to-head.


Our players will continue to show their support for the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation by wearing our new charity wristbands during the warm-up ahead of tonight's match with Sunderland.

And fans can also wear the colours in support of our official charitable body by purchasing a band at the game tonight.

Bands will be sold by programme and magazine vendors at the ground as well as in Spurs merchandise stores around the stadium.

At just £2 your purchase will go towards helping the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation continue to create life-changing opportunities for people within our communities.

Alternatively, you can buy your wristband in our online store...