The Seagulls’ winning Carabao Cup line-up had an average age of 21
Little margin for error for the Champions League spots but domestic cups provide route into Europe
It is one of the great unanswered questions in British modern football - why do Tottenham Hotspur find it so hard to win trophies? On the eve of their latest attempt to end a drought that has now stretched over 13 years, Telegraph Sport spoke to three of the architects of Tottenham’s last trophy success in 2008. Damien Comolli, in his role of director of football, helped to build the 2008 team, which included Dimitar Berbatov and was coached by Gus Poyet, who was assistant to head coach Juande R
Kane, who broke into the Spurs' team in 2014 and has scored 219 goals in all competitions, signed a six-year extension in 2018 but British media have linked him with a move to a host of top clubs, including Manchester United and Real Madrid. Spurs came up short in the League Cup final in 2015 and the Champions League final in 2019 but Kane, 27, will have another shot at silverware when they face Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday.