Paul Merson states his prediction for Newcastle v Tottenham

Hope Soto
August 14, 2018

"We have a very good squad, we have very good players and it is not easy to add players that improve that", Pochettino said. The St. James' Park will be the hosting ground as Spurs will be hoping to claim all three points against Newcastle United.

Pedro completed the scoreline 10 minutes from the end in a comfortable win for the Blues and a worrying start for the Terriers, who struggled to score last season and could suffer the same problems this time around. "It's true winning the World Cup brought a lot of positive energy and a lot of energy for the future to keep the same mentality, keep working hard, keep leading the team and I was really happy to be back with the team".

With so many of his stars still involved during the latter stages of the World Cup, Pochettino was particularly pleased with the buzz about his side: "I told you in the press conference that numerous players returned in a good condition".

"You need to respect all the opinions but of course we are a club that our decision was not to sign, (even though) it is the fashion to sign or because we are the only club in Europe that has not signed players".

Though the National Football League has held at least one game a year in London for a decade, this is the first time that the Seahawks are playing in England.

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Spurs regained their lead in a topsy-turvy opening, as Aurier's risky cross from deep on the right was nodded back across goal and into the corner by Alli, who scored in the 2-0 win at St James' Park on the opening day of last season. "It's a great cross from Serge [Aurier]". I think the most important thing is that we are 25, 26, 28 players.

"I am so proud of the performance in the circumstances", Pochettino told Sky Sports.

Defender Alderweireld was a reported target for Manchester United, although no approach was made, but the Belgium worldwide would be available for £25 million next summer and could be sold to an overseas club in the coming weeks.

"We like playing together, we enjoy it, so we'll just focus on what we have to do on the pitch", the England global said, quoted by the Daily Mail. "As far as I can see, Tottenham are set up for another good season and just because they didn't get caught up in the mayhem on the final day doesn't spell trouble" he said.

"Everyone is dedicated to Tottenham". Everyone is dedicated to Tottenham, everyone wants to help the team.

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