Tottenham vs Man City vs Liverpool
As the final stages of the season rolls into focus, it’s easy to think that players from Tottenham, Man City and Liverpool may not see eye to eye.
You can also throw players from Man United, Chelsea and Arsenal into that equation too.
The climax to the Premier League campaign is all set to be epic.
Liverpool and Man City are in a two horse race for the title.
Tottenham are trying to hang on to a top four spot, while Man United look revived under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Moreover, Liverpool, Spurs, City and United are still in the Champions League quarterfinals.
The Sky Blues have been drawn against Spurs.
Finally, as for Arsenal and Chelsea, while the London rivals both harbour top four dreams, they are also still in the running for the Europa League trophy too.
Harry Kane on the death club cliques at England
With so much going on on the club scene, how are the players gelling while together on England duty?
That question was posed to England’s Harry Kane on Tuesday.
Tottenham and England’s captain claimed club cliques no longer exist inside the Three Lions camp:
The great thing about this team is we have a bit of fun and a laugh and a joke, but we know when we are here it is all about England.
We put that to one side and, even with Liverpool and City boys, when we are here, it is 100 per cent England. That has been part of our success.
You hear things in the past, of people sitting on different tables and teams being divided, and you cannot have that. You need to be 100 per cent together.
Since I have been here it has been good. Hendo [Jordan Henderson, of Liverpool] and Raheem [Sterling, of City] have known each other for a long time and they are good mates.
They want to beat each other but they won’t let that get in the way of what is more important this week.
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