Mauricio Pochettino has admitted other Tottenham players might want to follow Kyle Walker out of the club to win trophies. The England full-back will face his former club for the first time when Spurs visit Manchester City . Walker moved to the Etihad Stadium in a £50m deal in the summer and has helped Pep Guardiola's team move 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League and into the quarter-finals of the Champions League . Spurs are 18 points back in fourth place.
Jo Konta has joined Andy Murray in vowing she will never quit the UK to become a tax exile. The Wimbledon semi-finalist is on the 12-strong shortlist to succeed her fellow British No.1 as the BBC Sports Personality of the Year this Sunday. Fellow nominees Lewis Hamilton and Chris Froome are based outside the UK. But the Aussie-born world No.9 said: “For me personally I’m against it. It’s not something that would work for me.
James McArthur reckons the fire of Wilfried Zaha and Roy Hodgson's cool under pressure will keep Crystal Palace up this season. Scotland midfielder McArthur scored the stoppage-time winner against Watford on Tuesday that lifted his Eagles out of the bottom three for the first time this season. Red-hot Zaha , who won two penalties in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Bournemouth, created both goals in another outstanding performance.
After #MUNMCI, Roy Hodgson asked about his players 'keeping a lid' on post-match celebrations: 'You will have to ask me that question when we start winning some games. Unfortunately you are asking the wrong man!' #CrystalPalace
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Selecting a term
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