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Spurs weak midfield, late transfers, Sheringham, Man U prepare

10:30 am
As well as plenty of articles about Spurs it is always good to see things from a different perspective so here is a selection of articles from around the web. The weak Tottenham midfield, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Stevenage and a club by club preview of the upcoming season all feature.

We'll begin this package with an article that discusses the Tottenham Hotspur midfield and compares our midfielders with other midfielders suggesting we doesn't have the strength in depth required to pursue a UEFA Champions League challenge.
SK Sports - Weak Tottenham midfield

Spanish newspaper Marca talk about the ability of Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez to keep his cool and gain last minute deals for his club. Among their discussion are the protracted transfers of former Tottenham duo Luka Modric and Gareth Bale. It's not just Daniel Levy who goes for late deals, it's every club.
Marca - The last-minute miracle maker

Former Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and England forward Teddy Sheringham is taking the first steps as a manager after being the attacking coach at West Ham United last season. Teddy begins in League Two at Stevenage where after playing Spurs his next pre-season friendly is against a Sevilla B team. He would no doubt love to manage Spurs one day so as Spurs fans he is one to keep an eye on.
The Comet - Sheringham takes positives from Spurs game

If you are looking for a club by club preview of the season that is not too long winded then this may be the article for you. The manager is not an issue they say, Mauricio Pochettino is one of the best.
Today FM - Premier League Season Preview

Manchester United are preparing for their opening fixture again us at Old Trafford on Saturday and some of the players are not pleased with the way Louis van Gaal is going about it. The Manchester Evening News have run an article entitled - Revealed: Manchester United's training preparations for Tottenham game.
Manchester Evening News

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Sheringham to face Spurs

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New Stevenage boss Teddy Sheringham gets an early chance to renew ties with Tottenham Hotspur as his League Two side will take on a Tottenham Hotspur XI in a pre-season friendly this summer.

Tottenham are not the only former club he will face in pre-season as he embarks on a managerial career. His side will play Championship side Nottingham Forest on Friday, July 17th at 7.30pm. Sheringham was at Forest between 1991 and 1992, playing 56 games and scoring 21 goals before his move to Spurs for £2.1 million (US$3.21m - AUS$4.2m - €2.92m) after scoring the first ever goal on Sky Sports.

Stevanage then take on Millwall, who were his first club, on Saturday, July 25 at 3pm. Sheringham played 241 games for Millwall scoring 68 goals between 1985 and 1991 before moving to Nottingham Forest.

A Spurs XI will then play at the Lamex Stadium on Saturday, August 1 at 3pm. Sheringham was with Spurs from 1992 to 1997 when he joined Manchester United before returning to Spurs 2001 and stayed until 2003 when he moved to Portsmouth.

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Teddy Sheringham - I'd have taken Defoe

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Teddy Sheringham MBE is the new attacking coach at West Ham but will always be fondly remembered by Tottenham fans after spending two spells at the club, 1992 - 97 and 2001 - 03.

He scored 98 goals in 236 games for Spurs and 11 goals in 51 games for England, often being the provider for Shearer. He didn't have pace but he had a pace of brain few could match. He was asked his thoughts on England's chances in Brazil.

"I think it's tough one I think. Going out to play in Brazil, I've played there myself, it's a funny type of grass, the humidity is going to be very difficult to play in, it's going to be very warm as well.

"It's all stacked against us. We're playing against South American teams, Uruguay is going to be a tough one and the Italians ain't going to be easy either so it will be interesting to see how we get on.

"If we perform to the best of our capabilities then we've got a chance but we've got to do that."

He was asked if lower expectation levels will help England going into such a big tournament this time.

"Maybe, maybe. Let's hope so eh, we'll keep our fingers crossed."

Sheringham was part of the 1996 partnership dubbed the 'SAS' Shearer and Sheringham. He was asked if it was key to England's chances that the current partnership of Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge have to stay fit?

"They do, they are our first choice pairing I would think from now, but I also like Ricky Lambert as well. I think he's an outstanding player and he gives something to a team when he plays so I'm sure he'll get a chance at some stage."

He was pragmatic when asked what did he made of the squad, it is what it is.

"Yes, it's our best players, there might have been one or two who missed out. I think I would have taken Defoe to be honest but he's not it it, Roy's made the decision that's it."

The interviewer suggested Ashley Cole is the other big talking point.

"Yes I suppose so yes, but he probably knows Luke Shaw more than what we do and he's probably seen him a lot and if he knows he can do a good job for England then that's great. Iv'e not seen enough of him to comment at the moment."

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