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Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admits he will cobble together a shadow squad for Saturday's FA Cup clash with United, given his side's ongoing relegation worries. "I will field the weakest team I feasibly can at Old Trafford," he said. "That's how it has to be. We've got to rest players."
Spurs old boy Dimitar Berbatov has a huge admirer in another striker who has represented both clubs - Teddy Sheringham. The Sun report the former England star's quotes, which he told ManUtd.com yesterday: "I think he’s a player like no other. Some people want to see a bit more enthusiasm from him but that’s just how he plays football. Personally, I love it."
The Daily Mirror claims India's Sahara are the new favourites to replace AIG as the Reds' shirt sponsor in 2010, rather than Saudi Telecom.