Andre Villas-Boas claims his players' careers could be "wrecked" because of a fixture pile-up caused by the Football League.
The Football League has decided that Tottenham will play Aston Villa in the third round of the Capital One Cup on Tuesday, just two days after the club faces Cardiff in the Barclays Premier League.
Given that Spurs play Tromso in the Europa League this Thursday, Villas-Boas' squad face a hectic period of three games in six days.
More top news
John Cantlie, who worked for a number of Fleet Street newspapers, is thought to have been taken hostage in November 2012.
The union published a 'no show' league table for last year the worst offenders for cancellations.
Zalkalns was jailed in his native Latvia for eight years in 1988 after he admitted killing his wife with a piece of electrical equipment.