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Live Reporting

By Harry Poole

All times stated are UK

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    Hopefully all that has you suitably excited for a blockbuster week of European and domestic action!

    That's about it for today's live text, thanks very much for joining.

    A reminder of where to go for some of today's main stories:

    Goodbye!

  2. 'I want it to be a long stay'

    Man City v West Ham (Wednesday, 19:30 GMT)

    West Ham United

    Asked if he had a message for the fans,Moyes called on West Ham supporters to "stick with the team".

    "Your support is going to be vital. At home especially I think you can play your part and you can be an influence. We have had very few decisions that have gone for us and at times the crowd can influence.

    We need to try and get behind the team which they have been to be fair. I have to say they have been great with me, they’ve really supportive and helped me since I have been back and I have to say stick with us and hopefully we will turn it around.’

    "I’ve really enjoyed it, but I want it to be a long stay. But I know what that means - you need to win, get results and that’s what my aim is.’’

  3. 'Players fully aware of situation'

    Man City v West Ham (Wednesday, 19:30 GMT)

    West Ham United

    Asked if he was confident he could lead West Ham to Premier League safety, Moyes said he is "more than confident".

    "I think the players here are more than capable. I think we have got a good group. I think they are all fully aware of the situation we’re in and the improvement we need to make to make sure we’re not in the bottom three, and I’m sure come the end we will do.’’

    Bottom of the premier League
  4. 'We are still finding our way around'

    Man City v West Ham (Wednesday, 19:30 GMT)

    West Ham United

    David Moyes began his second spell in charge of West Ham in December following the sacking of Manuel Pellegrini.

    But the Hammers are currently winless in five Premier League games and sit in the relegation places.

    Ahead of facing Manchester City tomorrow, Moyes said:

    "We have been in probably a month now, we are still finding our way around, we have had to play a lot of games, we’ve not had much time on the grass really because of playing and recovery.

    "I think this week we were looking forward to having a week’s preparation and a little bit of work with the players but obviously that’s been taken away with us with the game coming in much quicker.’’

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    Man City v West Ham (Wednesday, 19:30 GMT)

    Up next, David Moyes has been speaking ahead of West Ham's visit to face Manchester City at Etihad Stadium tomorrow evening.

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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Son Heung-min has scored six goals in his last five games for Tottenham.

    There's no hiding from how big a loss he'll be - and Jose Mourinho certainly didn't try to there...

  7. 'Son is a massive loss' - Winks

    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    England midfielder Harry Winks has also been having his say on the injury to Son:

    "It is a massive blow for us. He is a top player. He brings more than just his goals. His work-rate and energy.

    “Playing up front isn’t for me. It’s a massive blow for us and he’s in such good form. He brings more than just his goals to the team. He brings his work rate and energy.

    It's a massive loss to us but we have good enough players to fill in.”

  8. 'Situation could not be worse'

    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    “The situation couldn’t be worse in terms of options. It’s a very, very obvious situation.

    "There is nothing that you can do. We are going to play with the players that we have available. The players are going to give everything, which is what they are doing.

    "In some periods I was worried about not having attacking options on the bench, now it’s not having attacking options on the pitch.

    “My thoughts are that Troy Parrott is not ready and Ryan Sessegnon is not a striker.”

  9. 'We are holding by our arms on the balcony'

    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Mourinho went on to say: "When we arrived we were in minus 12 floor, we got on the stairs and we started climbing. But immediately the stairs broke and trouble.

    "We were trying to find a way. Lots of effort but we were going and going. Then 11th floor and when we arrived on the fourth floor, where we wanted to arrive, someone took the stairs away so we are now in trouble.

    "We are holding by our arms on the balcony.

    "Now we have two options. To fall and die because it’s the fourth floor. The other is to climb. We will be on that balcony fighting with everything we have.

    "There is only one possibility. No strikers, no market, no players, nothing. The only help now is our crowd. The Tottenham supporters. That’s the only thing I ask because I can’t ask any more from the players that they’re giving. which is everything they have.”

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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    When asked about Tottenham's current situation following Son's injury, Mourinho began his response with:

    "If I don’t say something strong you’re going to ask the same questions. You know I like analogies. Sometimes I do good ones and sometimes silly ones. This time I do this."

    Brace yourselves.

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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Jose Mourinho expects Son not to play again this season: ”I’m not going to count on him again this season."

  12. 'Son will be missed'

    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Jose Mourinho has hinted that Son Heung-min could be out for longer than suggested.

    "We are going to miss him," said Mourinho.

    "The club wrote a nice statement. If I was the one to write the statement I would write different. We miss him."

  13. 'Leipzig have the power of a very good team'

    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    First, though, it was put to Jose Mourinho that Tottenham could have had a tougher draw for the last 16.

    But he just shrugged and said "could have".

    Thankfully he elaborated, saying: “Barcelona and Real Madrid have the power and the impact of an incredible history but Leipzig have the power of a very good team, with very good players, and they are an emerging club without a history like the big ones in Europe.

    "They have potential to be first in the Bundesliga and, to be fighting for the title for many months, it says a lot.”

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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    That really was something.

    We'll have the quotes for you in full shortly.

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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    The Spurs boss began by using a stair analogy to explain how he feels Tottenham have progressed under him so far.

    He then went on to say they are currently clinging on to a balcony with only their arms, following the news of Son Heung-min's injury.

    Mourinho, or Cantona?

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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    And here is Jose Mourinho now...

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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Aside from that injury to Son Heung-Min, Tottenham have given updates on the rest of their squad's health.

    Erik Lamela (thigh) is being assessed ahead of the game against RB Leipzig, while Juan Foyth (groin) has progressed to the late stages of of conditioning.

    Harry Kane (hamstring) & Moussa Sissoko (knee) are continuing their rehabilitation.

  18. Son out for a "number of weeks"

    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    The big news this afternoon is that Spurs forward Son Heung-min will be sidelined for a "number of weeks" after fracturing his arm during Sunday's 3-2 win at Aston Villa and will therefore definitely miss the Champions League last-16 tie against RB Leipzig on Wednesday, as well as Saturday's Premier League trip to Chelsea.

    Son Heung-min
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    Tottenham v RB Leipzig (Wednesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Right, we're back, and we're getting ready to hear from Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho ahead of his side's Champions League last-16 tie against German side RB Leipzig.

    Don't go anywhere. (Unless it's really, really important).

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    I'm going to take a short break, but I'll be back to bring you coverage of Jose Mourinho's press conference at 13:00 GMT.

    For now, here's some further reading: