This one will live long in the memory of Tottenham fans. It is the day when their new team under their new head coach and with their new attacking style of play went to the home of their nearest and bitterest rivals and showed there is a new kid on the block.Read More »
Chelsea are hoping to win a fifth consecutive league title and have bought well to rebuild after the departures of Eriksson and Harder
Jermaine Jenas has apologised and admitted he “got it wrong” after attacking officials on social media during the 2-2 draw between Arsenal and his former club Tottenham.
The 40-year-old hit out after the Gunners were awarded a controversial penalty.