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Harry Redknapp appears to be finally catching up with technology after creating a Twitter account.
In 2012, Redknapp told police he did not know how to work a computer and had never sent a text message, and last October he claimed he had no idea what Twitter was after QPR defender Rio Ferdinand earned a ban for a tweet he sent.
But on Monday the former Tottenham, Portsmouth and QPR boss announced his arrival on the social media network.
"Let's see what this is all about then," he wrote on an account which instantly began to attract thousands of followers.
When his finances were under investigation in 2012, Redknapp, 68, told City of London police: "I can't work a computer, I don't know what an email is, I can't, I have never sent a fax and I've never even sent a text message."
Last October, when Ferdinand was handed a three-match ban for using a crude insult on the site, Redknapp said he could not give his players advice as he "didn't know what Twitter is".
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has praised "fantastic professional" Brad Friedel after the veteran goalkeeper decided to retire from football in the summer.
Friedel, 43, moved to the Premier League to play for Liverpool in 1997 and has also enjoyed spells with Aston Villa and Blackburn.
Speaking to the media ahead of Tottenham's match against Hull City this weekend, Pochettino said:
It's been a pleasure to work with him and to know him because he's a top man, a top professional. A fantastic professional.
It was fantastic to spend time this season, with him.
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Swansea's England Under-21 international Tom Carroll faces up to six weeks on the sidelines due to ankle ligament damage.
Carroll, who is on loan from Tottenham, was hurt during England Under-21s' 1-0 victory over the Czech Republic last Friday.
He scored the only goal as England triumphed in Prague.
A Swansea spokesman has confirmed that the 22-year-old midfielder is now expected to be out for between four and six weeks.
Carroll has so far made 18 appearances for the Swans after joining them last summer on a season-long loan.
Swansea manager Garry Monk, meanwhile, is understood to be awaiting results of a scan on winger Jefferson Montero, who reportedly suffered a muscle strain playing for Ecuador against Mexico last weekend.
Swansea resume their Premier League on campaign on Saturday when they host Hull City.
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Spurs have won their battle to build a new stadium after the High Court rejected an appeal against compulsory purchase order from Archway Sheet Metal Works.
The new £400m complex will sit next to Tottenham's current home at White Hart Lane and is due to be ready in time for the 2018/19 season.
Lawyers for family-run business Archway had claimed the CPO was invalid and "not lawfully authorised".
QPR caretaker manager Chris Ramsey is not surprised by Harry Kane's success this season, having worked with the striker at Tottenham's academy.
Ramsey spent nine years coaching the youth sides at White Lane and helped Kane break into the first team under Tim Sherwood last season.
Kane joined the Spurs academy in 2009 and has flourished this term, scoring his 21st and 22nd goals of the campaign in a 2-1 Barclays Premier League win over Arsenal on Saturday.
He hasn't surprised me. Tottenham have been fantastic in giving their youngsters opportunities to play. Harry has been a very good player for a long time, I known him for a long time.
I was at Tottenham for nine years and was in charge of coaching at the academy and, along with (coaches) like John McDermott and Perry Suckling, helped bring through quite a few good youngsters.
Harry has always been very dedicated, he's a single-minded player who trains hard.He's scored over 20 goals now and he's well capable of that - he's not the kind of player who gets fazed.