Kane admits it's the toughest time since he's arrived at Tottenham

Kane admits it's the toughest time since he's arrived at Tottenham

Harry Kane on Monday (21st October) admitted that Tottenham's current form has made it the toughest time since he arrived at the club, ahead of his side's upcoming Champions League match against Red Star.
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Wenger "not a candidate" for Bayern Munich job

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Racist insults cause player red card in Ukraine

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'Ask the VAR Bosses. Don't ask me' Pep on the penalty incidents

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has called on Mike Riley to speak up after his side were not given a penalty in the build-up to Liverpool's first goal in a 3-1 win for Jurgen Klopp's men on Sunday.
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'Someone should buy me and Jurgen a bottle of wine' Pep after 3-1 defeat to Liverpool

"I think today we showed in the most difficult stadium right now in the world the reason why we are the champions" Pep Guardiola after Manchester City's 3-1 defeat at Liverpool's Anfield
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"Who wants to be top in November?" Klopp plays down lead over Man City

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"Never seen a better goal" Klopp after win over Man City

"Never seen a better goal" Klopp after win over Man City

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