Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says his players should feel insulted and dishonoured if they lose their personal battles at free kicks and corners.
Spurs have conceded four goals from set pieces in their last three matches and are sure to be tested again by Brighton on Saturday given Seagulls centre-back Shane Duffy has already scored twice this season.
"It's an insult if someone beats you," said Pochettino. "If I am supposed to mark someone and he touches the ball then it's like...
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Several Tottenham Hotspur players are demanding pay raises following striker Harry Kane's big contract extension, according to the Sun.
Kane secured a six-year deal reportedly worth £60m over the summer -- the richest in team history -- following a season where he scored...