Back Page Football contributor Ger McCarthy looks ahead to Wednesday night’s Champions League quarter final second legs and analyses Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan’s ‘mission impossible’ task of overturning their first leg defeats.
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The highly anticipated Champions League quarter-final ties kick off on Tuesday evening with the mouth-watering clash of Real Madrid versus Tottenham Hotspur as well as Inter Milan hosting Schalke 04.
For the best part of three decades Harry Redknapp has been seen by many as king of the transfer market, and Willie Gannon looks closer at the ‘wheeler dealer’.
Harry Redknapp this week became the first English manager to lead a team to the quarter finals of the Champions League, and Daniel Blazer looks at how Spurs have grown throughout the competition.
Spurs held AC Milan to a goalless draw and qualify for the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
English players have for a long time been referred to as overpriced, and the recent transfer window has done little to dispell the thought that British is not necessarily best.
Day three, and Kevin previews Tottenham Hotspurs’ season as they aim to repeat last season’s top four finish.
Harry Redknapp has denied he is set to leave Tottenham despite speculation he could become the first Premier League boss to lose his job this season. Bookmakers slashed the odds on the Spurs manager departing White Hart Lane from 50-1 to evens at one point this morning. But Redknapp, who has guided Tottenham to their […]
This week’s trip down memory lane sees the invention of the penalty kick, the first-ever televised match and the passing of one of the game’s all-time greats. September 14 The humble penalty kick: scourge of England, masterminded by Germany, invented by an Irishman and first seen today in 1891. In order to stop the excessive […]