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TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
TEAM NOTES
Coach: Martin Jol (since November 2004) Premiership
Record: 12-5-8
Rank: 4th, 44 points
Last Result: 3-1 win vs. Charlton Athletic, February 5
Streak: Won 1 Next Game: at Sunderland, February 11 Tottenham kept up their chase for a Champions League place next season with a 3-1 win versus Charlton Athletic. Jermain Defoe scored twice against his former club. Jermaine Jenas also struck for Spurs while Jerome Thomas fired a consolation for Charlton with 20 minutes remaining. Tottenham coach Martin Jol said: We had a young side out and they did well. I certainly think we deserved to win." West Ham striker Teddy Sheringham revealed during the week that he turned down the chance last month to join Tottenham for the third time in his career. Meanwhile Southampton have taken Tottenham striker Grzegorz Rasiak on loan until the end of the season with a view to a permanent move. Mido was thrown out of Egypt's African Cup of Nations squad after a row with coach Hassan Shehata and told he will not be picked for six months. The Tottenham striker argued with Shehata after being substituted in Tuesday's semi-final win over Senegal. This Saturday, Tottenham take on bottom club Sunderland having beaten them 3-0 at White Hart Lane in December.
SCOREBOARD
FINAL
Charlton Athletic 1
Tottenham Hotspur 3
Match Summary
CHA - Jerome Thomas, 70th min.
TOT - Jermain Defoe, 14th min.
TOT - Jermaine Jenas, 41st min.
TOT - Jermain Defoe, 46th min.

PREMIER LEAGUE STANDINGS
Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
Chelsea 26 21 2 3 52 16 66
Manchester United 26 16 4 6 52 27 54
Liverpool 26 15 5 6 32 17 51
Tottenham Hotspur 26 12 5 9 35 22 45
Arsenal 26 12 9 5 39 21 41
WEST HAM UNITED 26 12 9 5 39 34 41
Bolton Wanderers 24 10 5 9 30 23 39
WIGAN ATHLETIC 26 12 11 3 30 32 39
Manchester City 26 11 11 4 36 30 37
Blackburn Rovers 25 11 10 4 31 31 37
Everton 26 11 12 3 19 32 36
Charlton Athletic 25 10 12 3 32 37 33
Fulham 26 9 12 5 36 37 32
Newcastle United 25 9 11 5 24 29 32
Aston Villa 26 7 10 9 32 35 30
Middlesbrough 25 7 11 7 33 44 28
WEST BROMWICH 26 7 14 5 24 38 26
Birmingham City 25 5 15 5 21 37 20
Portsmouth 26 4 16 6 18 45 18
SUNDERLAND 25 2 19 4 18 46 10

c-league champion, r-relegated to lower division
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR SCHEDULE
Date Time Teams Stories
Sat. January 1st 10:00 a.m. ET Tottenham Hotspur 5, Everton 2  
Tue. January 4th 02:45 p.m. ET Tottenham Hotspur 0, Manchester United 0  
Sat. January 15th 10:00 a.m. ET Chelsea 2, Tottenham Hotspur 0  
Tue. February 1st 03:00 p.m. ET Bolton Wanderers 3, Tottenham Hotspur 1  
 

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