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27 March 2020
Harry Winks reveals details of his fitness regime during coronavirus shutdown
Harry Winks has revealed that Tottenham players have been given an individual fitness schedule in order to remain in shape while staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
2 March 2020
Dier: I see myself as a centre-back
Eric Dier is happy to go public with his desire to play in central defence for Tottenham after previously being “politically correct” on the matter.
20 February 2020
Harry Winks believes Tottenham can overcome RB Leipzig despite first-leg defeat
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks wants his side to channel the spirit of last season’s run to the Champions League final.
18 February 2020
Son Heung-min injury is ‘massive blow’ to Spurs, says Harry Winks
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks admits the likely season-ending injury to Son Heung-min is a “massive blow”.
26 January 2020
Winks can’t catch a break with ankle
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks admits he is still learning how to manage his troublesome ankle injury.
24 January 2020
Southampton lose trio for Spurs cup clash
Cedric Soares, Jannik Vestergaard and Shane Long will all miss Southampton’s FA Cup fourth-round tie against Tottenham.
22 January 2020
Jose Mourinho reveals Harry Winks injury not as bad as first feared
Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho revealed Harry Winks is set to be out for “weeks not months” after picking up an ankle injury in the 2-1 win over Norwich.
27 December 2019
Hanley facing late fitness check for Norwich
Norwich boss Daniel Farke will check on Grant Hanley’s fitness ahead of Saturday’s visit of Tottenham.
18 November 2019
Southgate says England in better shape than before last year’s World Cup
Gareth Southgate believes England are in better shape than they were going into last year’s World Cup, but there remains plenty of work to do before Euro 2020 following the thumping win in Kosovo.
17 November 2019
Southgate: England further ahead than before World Cup but still with work to do
Gareth Southgate believes England are in a better place heading into the Euros than they were ahead of the World Cup, but there remains plenty of work to do after ending qualification with victory in Kosovo.