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2019/2020 Season

5 Sheff Utd 10 9 7 39
6 Tottenham 10 7 8 37
7 Everton 10 6 10 36
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Sources: Bale not set for shock Spurs return


Premier League weekend: Ighalo gamble begins; Spurs really need Kane?

Monday's big matchup between Manchester United and Chelsea will serve up several big storylines, but here are some takes on this weekend's action.

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The Ighalo gamble begins for Manchester United

The reaction to Manchester United's signing of Odion Ighalo came in waves. First came bafflement, then incredulity, then...

Son 8/10, Alderweireld 5/10 as Spurs nick Villa at the death

Tottenham Hotspur moved to within one point of fourth place in the Premier League table after a dramatic 3-2 victory over Aston Villa on Sunday.

Spurs defender Toby Alderweireld scored at both ends in a frantic opening half-hour, before Son Heung-min followed up his own saved penalty to put Tottenham ahead on the stroke of half-time. The North Londoners were pegged back after 53 minutes as Bjorn Engels rose highest to meet a Jack Grealish corner, but Son had the final say, pouncing on an Engels...

Swedish man wins appeal to officially change name to 'Tottenham'

Jose Mourinho exaggerates he was subjected to "three hours" of media interviews ahead of their clash vs. Villa.
Don Hutchison feels Southampton were the better side despite their FA Cup defeat against Tottenham.

A man in Sweden has won an appeal to change his name to Tottenham.

David Lind is a supporter of the north London club and wanted to change his name after Spurs reached the Champions League final last season.

Lind was one of three winners in a competition open to people who wanted to change their name to their favourite English side.

In June, he was denied the right to change it after sending his application to the authority Skatteverket but the decision has been overturned on appeal.


Tottenham fans' 'Yid' definition included in Oxford Dictionary

While Tottenham fans use the word in chants, it has also been used to target supporters by other fans.

The Oxford English Dictionary has updated the definition of the word "Yid" to include "a supporter of or player for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club." 

The term is known as an offensive description of Jewish people but Tottenham fans -- a club with a large Jewish fanbase -- often sing chants with the word during matches.

At games, Spurs fans can often be heard chanting "Yid army," "yiddo" and "the thing I love most is being a Yid."

The word has also been targeted at Spurs fans by other...