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Jason Cundy: ‘Pochettino is the best manager in the league’

Jason Cundy: ‘Pochettino is the best manager in the league’

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Former Chelsea and Tottenham defender Jason Cundy has said Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is “the best manager in the league when you consider the money he has had at his disposal.” Despite the chaos surrounding their new stadium and a lack of transfer activity in the summer, Tottenham sit in fourth- five points shy of leaders Manchester City. “In terms of the budget they’ve had, they can’t compete with Chelsea, Liverpool, United or City. I think Pochettino has got the best out of this squad” Cundy told Voice of London this week. He also claimed Tottenham have “disappointed in the Champions League” and that “some of Pochettino’s decision making hasn’t been great. “They played away against Inter, he didn’t take Alderweireld and they conceded from a set piece. These are the littl
Former England star Paul Gascoigne charged for sexual assault

Former England star Paul Gascoigne charged for sexual assault

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Paul Gascoigne has been charged for sexually assaulting a woman on a train going from York to Durham. The former England midfielder was arrested on August 20th for touching that violates Section 3 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003. Gascoigne tweeted earlier today to deny the charges, stating that he "respects all women". The tweet was later deleted however. He will appear in front of Newton Aycliffe Magistrates' Court on 11 December. Gascoigne is most known his football career in the late 80's and 90's, in which he played for clubs such as Newcastle United, Tottenham and Lazio, as well as for the England national team.   Words: Charlie Bradley        
Loftus-Cheek: England ready to avenge World Cup defeat against Croatia

Loftus-Cheek: England ready to avenge World Cup defeat against Croatia

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England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek said England are “ready to give Croatia a challenge” in their Nations League clash this Sunday. The last time the two sides faced was in their World Cup semi-final in July, where Kieran Trippier’s stunning free kick was trumped by goals from Perisic and Mandzukic. But Loftus-Cheek believes Sunday’s game at Wembley will be different. He told the London Evening Standard: “It’s not just showing to other people we can do it — more importantly, it is to show it to ourselves, as a team, that we can win against Croatia. “We were unlucky in the World-Cup semi-final and when we played them last time in the Nations League. “We will look to play our best football — I felt we had a lot of chances to score in the last game against them. It will definite
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