Sad.. Former England, Liverpool And Tottenham Goalkeeper, Ray Clemence Dies @ 72

In a statement on Sunday, the Clemence family disclosed that he “passed away peacefully today surrounded by his loving family”.

They added, “After fighting so hard, for such a long time, he’s now at peace and in no more pain”.

Clemence was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer in 2005.

He won five League titles and three European Cups with Liverpool between 1967 and 1981, and also lifted the FA Cup, League Cup and two UEFA Cups during his time at Anfield.

In total, he made 470 league appearances for Liverpool before joining Tottenham.

During his seven-year spell at Spurs, Clemence helped the club retain the FA Cup in 1982 and made 330 appearances.

The legendary goalkeeper was capped by England on 61 occasions, worked on the north London club’s coaching staff, and was also inducted into the Tottenham Hotspur Hall of Fame in November 2014.

Clemence made his England debut in 1972 and spent the majority of his 11-year international career in a battle with Peter Shilton for the number-one shirt.

He captained the Three Lions for the first and only time in a narrow defeat to Brazil at Wembley in 1981 and later took up the role of goalkeeper coach with the Football Association.

His wife Veronica, son Stephen, who is currently the assistant coach at Newcastle United, and daughters Sarah and Julie stated, “The family would like to say a huge thank you, for all the love and support that he’s received over the years.

“He was loved so much by us all and he will never be forgotten.”

Former England keeper Peter Shilton wrote on Twitter: “I’m absolutely devastated to be told of the sad news that Ray Clemence has just passed away. We were rivals but good friends.

“Ray was a brilliant goalkeeper with a terrific sense of humour. I will miss him a great deal as we’ve kept friends long after retiring. RIP my friend.”

Liverpool great Sir Kenny Dalglish said, “Today we have lost a true legend. Clem was a fantastic team-mate and great to be around. I will never forget how he helped me to settle in at Anfield.


Burglars Hold Family Of Tottenham Star Jan Vertonghen At knife-point While He Was Being Thrashed By RB Leipzig In Germany – See Why

The family of Tottenham footballer Jan Vertonghen were attacked and held at knifepoint by burglars while the Belgian star was away with his teammates playing the Champions league last 16 second leg with RB Leipzig at Germany last week.

According to London police four men wearing balaclavas broke into Vertonghen’s home in London while his wife Sophie de Vries and two children were at home. The men brandished knifes at the fear stricken family members before stealing things from the home.

“We have been supporting Jan and his family through this terribly traumatic time,”
a Spurs spokesperson told CNN Monday. “We encourage anyone who has any information to come forward to help the police with their investigation.”

A police spokesman told CNN on Monday: “Police were called to a residential address in London NW3 at 7.49pm (19.49 GMT) on 10 March to a report of a burglary. “Officers attended. It was reported four men wearing balaclavas, armed with knives, had forced entry to the property and stolen a number of items before leaving.

“Nobody was injured. The suspects had left the scene before officers arrived. There have been no arrests and inquiries continue.”



Photos / Videos: Shocking moment Tottenham Player Eric Dier jumps into crowd to fight a fan for insulting him after club crash out of FA Cup

Tottenham and England Player, Eric Dier reacted angrily to a verbal abuse from one of the club’s Supporters on Wednesday night by jumping into the fan section of the stadium to Physically confront the tottenham fan, and he had to be held back by stadium guards.

So after the match, Dier was heading for the tunnel when he spotted his brother – a spectator at the match sitting in an area allocated for player’s families next to where the insulting fan sat. The next thing, Dier sensationally clambered over rows of seat and stormed high into the crowd racing to the area where the fan sat, intent on confronting him.

Following the match and incidents, Spurs manager Jose Mourinho said: “I think Eric did what we professionals cannot do , but i understand him.


Video: The World Reacts As Tottenham Football Star Dele Alli Laughs At A Chinese Man Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak

Tottenham and England football star, Dele Alli, has apologised for making an insensitive joke about coronavirus outbreak as he mocked an Asian man. Over the weekend, the 23-year-old midfielder posted a video on Snapchat, where he appeared to film a man of Asian descent, along with the caption Corona whatttttt, please listen with ­volume.’ 

In the video, Alli could be seen wearing a mask with a look of concern on his face. The next part of the Snapchat story showed a bottle of handwash, accompanied by the caption: ‘This virus gunna have to be quicker than that to catch me og.’ 

The video sparked outrage, with several people condemning his behavior as they branded him a racist.   He later took to Chinese social media site Weibo, to post an apology video for his action.

Checkout the video below;

Just wanted to apologise for the video I posted on Snapchat yesterday,’ Alli said in the video. ‘It wasn’t funny. I realised that immediately and took it down.

‘I let myself down and the club. I don’t want you guys to have that impression of me. ‘It isn’t something that should be joked about. Sending all my love and thoughts and prayers for everyone in China.’ 

Since the deadly coronavirus broke out in the city of Wuhan in China, there have been 35,000 cases diagnosed around the world with over 700 deaths.


Man United Make Big Move On Signing Eriksen From Tottenham

Manchester United will wait until the end of the season, to sign Christian Eriksen on a free transfer, the UK Telegraph reports. Eriksen’s current deal expires in six months and he has so far refused to sign a new one.

This means the Denmark midfielder will be free to open negotiations with European clubs from January 1. There is a chance Eriksen could leave next month, but clubs may be unwilling to pay Tottenham’s asking price of £40m, when they know he will be available for free in a matter of months.

United have been closely monitoring the situation and believe they will be able to land the player when his deal expires. The prospect of Spurs persuading Eriksen to stay looks unlikely, as he has reportedly told manager Jose Mourinho that he has no intention of staying.


Mourinho In Big Trouble After Disappointing Defeat To Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur new boss Jose Mourinho has suffered a major set back after his priority target for the winter transfer window Alexander Nubel reportedly agrees to join Bayern Munich. The 23-year-old German goalkeeper has been lined up by the Portuguese born tactician as a quality replacement for Hugo Lloris next month. His present club FC Schalke 04 confirmed their player will leave the club at the end of the ongoing season but did not reveal his destination.

SunSport quoting Bild reports that the keeper will join the Bundesliga champions next summer and sign a five-year contract and will battle club legend, Manuel Neuer, for the No 1 spot. Sporting director Jochen Schneider told club website: “After all the discussions we had with Alexander Nubel and his advisor in the past few months, we are not very surprised at his decision and of course we respect it. “However, we do not have to understand his decision.”

The Royal Blues were said to have offered Nubel a new deal in the summer, but the German refused to commit his future. SunSport quoting European football expert Kevin Hatchard revealed Mourinho was interested in landing the goalkeeper. He said: “One little whisper that came my way on Spurs in the last few days is that they are keeping an eye on Alexander Nubel.

”He is the captain of Schalke and a goalkeeper in his early 20s. He is a very good goalkeeper with a [Manuel] Neuer vibe about him”.

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Paul Pogba Praises Rashford After Man United’s Win Over Tottenham Hotspur

Manchester United handed their former boss Jose Mourinho his first defeat in charge of Tottenham Hotspur during his visit to Old Trafford this mid-week. A goal each in either half from Marcus Rashford was all the Red Devils needed to grab their fifth victory of the season.

Pogba filmed Rashford from Sir Alex Ferguson’s stand as the striker scored from the spot before shouting: ‘Go on my boy!’ Pogba has not featured for the Red Devils since their 2-2 home draw against Arsenal on September 30 due to an ankle injury. “He’s stepping up his recovery and let’s see how soon he’ll be match fit and available,‘ Solskjaer said.


How Tottenham Players Disobeyed Mourinho’s Advise Against Man United

Jose Mourinho has admitted that his side Tottenham did not take the game against Man United too serious after losing 2-1 at Old Trafford. Marcus Rashford double was enough for the Red Devils to shoot themselves above Spurs on the table as Dele Alli scored his side’s only goal. United dominated the match from start to finish as the Lilly Whites struggled to penetrate their opponent’s defense, not until their first shot on target that resulted in a goal.

Mourinho is sad with his team’s performance after failing to rise to the occasion against his former team. “I tried to fight that state of mind, I tried to tell them exactly the way United approach these matches at home – the strong starts, running, pressing, the morale of the supporters.

“When United face the big teams, people think it will be more difficult, as the responsibility changes, but they feel more comfortable.

“We knew what we had to do, but after one minute of the second half, we conceded a goal. United will be happy with the points and overall they deserve it. “We only have ourselves to blame,” Mourinho said.


Mourinho Gives Shocking Reason On Why He Spent 895 Days At Lowry Hotel While At Man United

Mourinho was appointed Manchester United manager in May 2016, and he was sacked in December 2018 after the Red Devils lost a Premier League game against Liverpool. During his reign as Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho spent 895 days at the Lowry hotel and the Portuguese has now explained the rationale behind the decision. Many expected Jose Mourinho to buy a house in Manchester considering how rich he is, but the man known as the ‘Special One’ has a different thought.

Ahead of Tottenham’s Premier League game against Manchester United on Wednesday night, December 4, at Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho gave an insight when being asked by a reporter.

”I would be unhappy if I was in a house on my own. I would have to clean, I don’t want that. I would have to iron, I don’t know how to.

“I would have to cook. Fried eggs and sausages — that’s the only thing I can do. I would be very unhappy.

“I lived in an amazing apartment, it was not a room. It was mine all the time.

“It was not like after one week I had to leave. No, it was mine. I left everything there, I had my television, my books, my computer.

“It was a flat, with a phone. ‘Bring me a coffee latte, please’ or ‘I don’t want to go down for dinner, bring my dinner up,” Jose Mourinho explained according to the report on UK Sun.


Jose Mourinho Begins Spurs Reign With 3-2 Win

Jose Mourinho got his reign as Tottenham Hotspur head coach on a winning note following his side’s 3-2 win over West Ham United at the London Stadium. The Portuguese who took over at the club earlier this week after the sack of former handler Mauricio Pochettino. Son Heung-min opened scoring through a superb shot for Spurs from close range in the 36th minute after connecting with Dele Alli’s pass.

It was a perfect start for the new boss in town as Lucas Moura doubled their lead just two minutes before half time.

The Englishman headed home his side’s third after making a run into West Ham’s 18-yard box after connecting with Serge Aurier’s cross from the right flank. It also looked like Mourinho was going to keep a clean sheet in his first match but Michail Antonio reduced the home team’s deficit in the 73rd minute.

Declan Rice got a late goal for the Hammers towards the end of the match but VAR chopped off the goal for offside. With seconds to the end of the extra minutes, Angelo Ogbonna tapped in a goal to ensure they finished 3-2 at the end of the game.


Video: Frank Lampard Names The Club He Will Never Manage And It Will Shock You

Current Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has made it clear that he would never manage Premier League side Tottenham after the club hired the Blues legend Jose Mourinho. Lampard is thinking about the London rivalry built up over 13 years and stated that he would not consider managing Tottenham and Arsenal. The former England international won the Premier League three times as a Chelsea player under Jose Mourinho.


Jose Mourinho Appointed Tottenham New Coach

Former Chelsea coach, Jose Mourinho has been unveiled as the new coach for Tottenham after Mauricio Pochettino was sacked from managing the team.

The new contract signed between Tottenham and Mourinho is set to end at the end of the 2022-23 season.

Mourinho after being welcomed by the chairman of the team, Daniel Levy, expressed his excitement of joining the team and said: “I am excited to be joining a club with such a great heritage and such passionate supporters”.

The chairman of the team who has so much trust in Mourinho showered praises on him an said: “In Jose we have one of the most successful managers in football.

“He has a wealth of experience, can inspire teams and is a great tactician. He has won honours at every club he has coached.

“We believe he will bring energy and belief to the dressing room.”

We wish Mourinho a fruitful stay


Just In: Mauricio Pochettino Sacked By Tottenham , See Why

Mauricio Roberto Pochettino Trossero is an Argentine professional football manager and former player. As a centre back, he spent 17 years as a professional player, ten of which were in La Liga with Espanyol where he scored 13 goals in 275 games and won two Copa del Rey trophies.

Mauricio Pochettino has been sacked by Tottenham after five years in charge of the club. He led Spurs to top-four finishes in four of his five seasons in charge, as well as their first Champions League final in the 2018/19 campaign.

However, Spurs have won just five matches this season and chairman Daniel Levy said a change had to be made in the “club’s best interests”.

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I bought 3 cars in a day but I am still unhappy – Kevin Prince Boateng

Kevin-Prince Boateng has expressed his regrets over some of the mistakes he committed which hampered his spell at Tottenham.

The Ghana international after more than ten years following his unsuccessful career at Tottenham has opened up on some of the terrible mistakes, he made which had a toll on him in his early days in England.

In an interview with La Repubblica, Boateng said he didn’t take his career seriously enough as a young player, particularly while he was at Spurs.

“I’ll go back and say: I didn’t treat football as a job. I was an idiot. I had talent, but I trained the bare minimum, an hour on the field. I was the last to arrive and the first to leave. I’d be out with friends. I had money, I lived like a king. I’d never been to the gym. That changes your later career,” he said.

Boateng also explained that he wasted his time and money on extravagant lifestyle and even bought three cars in a day but they didn’t give him the happiness he was looking for during his days at Tottenham.

“I bought three cars in one day when I was at Tottenham: a Lamborghini, a Hummer and a Cadillac. To the youngsters, I tell them: “You cannot buy happiness”.

Family issues and trouble getting into Spurs’ squad, he explained, got to him, with the cars giving him some semblance of happiness at the time.

“I didn’t play, I had family problems, I was out of the squad. I was looking for happiness in material things: a car makes you happy for a week. I bought three to be happy for three weeks.”

The Ghanaian attacker is a well-travelled player, having played for clubs like Tottenham, Dortmund, Portsmouth, AC Milan, Schalke O4, Las Palmas, Frankfurt, Sassuolo, Barcelona and Fiorentina, since he left his boyhood club Hertha Bsc in 2007.