Report: Mourinho organized small “training session” with Spurs players against social distancing guidelines
This seems like not a great idea!
The THST is urging Spurs to reverse course on the staff furlough, as Liverpool did yesterday.
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A tactical, retrospective look at one of André Villas Boas’ first games in charge of Tottenham
Now in Montreal, Big Vic said his issues at Tottenham had more to do with upper management than Jose Mourinho.
Reviewing The English Game, a lot in a small package
Son Heung-Min scored a worldy that will be remembered by Spurs fans for a long time. Now you can wear it on your torso.
Dele is supporting Magic Breakfast, while Rose donated to North Middlesex University Hospital
English women’s football is following the model of the men’s side.
Sadly, no nets to cut down for the winners
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The league also admitted it will not return in May
Spurs’ decision to furlough staff and cut wages by 20% across the board has caused outrage among a large percentage of Tottenham’s fan support.
Sonny may have exempted himself from full military service, but one Korean paper implies that he still needs to complete basic training.
Feud: Karim and Olivier
Upsets in the bracket!
Harry has spoken!
Renner returns, but why?
Spurs’ immediate financial future is uncertain (as is everyone’s), but there’s no question that the club is on solid ground.
Spurs are taking advantage of a government plan that will cover wages up to 80% of furloughed staff. Players, meanwhile, are still getting paid in full.
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The club has volunteered use of its stadium in any way that would be helpful.
Struggling WSL and FAWC clubs have been told to keep paying players and staff with a possible long delay forthcoming, and the FA isn’t providing any financial assistance.