Idle googling the other day and a link to this popped up. Nice article and it brought back a few memories.
Evening Standard: The Shelf at Tottenham once made White Hart Lane London's most hostile stadium
How fitting that one of our best players should retire after Exeter City play their last game at Wembley. Maybe he'll be seen at the new stadium next year.
Good luck Stevie, you were one of the best.
Exeter can give Steve Perryman a fitting Wembley send-off
"The League Two play-off final...
From the club Facebook page:
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When Harry Kane met Jimmy.
Number 10s past and present unite at Hotspur Way
A pair of real legends. Keep going Jimbo!
(Hope this doesn't contravene the rules)
If it works, this could be amazing and groundbreaking. However, I don't think FIFA is advanced enough in their thinking to embrace it.
"Japan, which is vying with Australia, Qatar, South Korea and the United States for the 2022 tournament, will find out on December 2 whether its ambitious...
Did this really happen? If so they are the definition of dumbasses.
Ahead of the Premier League meeting between Palace and Middlesbrough, mischief-makers daubed ‘CRYSTAL...
Just one more reason for us to win the league (as if we needed one)
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Pochettino says he will do the Argentine tango with Daniel Levy on White Hart Lane’s pitch if @SpursOfficial win the @premierleague #THFC
Is this new? I haven't seen it mentioned on here before, but if has been please feel free to delete or merge.
"Announcing the release of Memory Lane, a feature-length documentary – by the fans, for the fans – charting the noble history of Tottenham Hotspur football club at White Hart Lane…...
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR ANNOUNCES SMARTFISH AS OFFICIAL SPORTS RECOVERY DRINK SUPPLIER
Tottenham Hotspur today (Friday, November 4) announced that Smartfish AS, the Norwegian-based research company specialising in nutrition drinks for elite athletes, will become the Club’s Official Sports Nutrition...
Over 120 rare films of bygone football matches and historical news clips, many involving London clubs, have just gone live as part of the Britain On Film project run by the BFI (British Film Institute).
The Football On Film collection...
Bit of history here in an old super 8mm film (no sound) of the residents of Tottenham celebrating the cup win followed by the open top bus going down the High Road. I'm in that crowd somewhere as my Dad and my Grandad took me at the tender age of 8 down to see the trophies being paraded. Good...
I can't embed this as its on Twitter, but take a look it's hilarious:
Spurs fans outside White Hart Lane pick up an Asian fan with Son on the back of his shirt pretending it to be Son.
This is insane. It cost more to charter a plane than the match prize.
"You've only got two options if you're flying from Aberdeen to Almaty on Thursday: via London or Beijing.
Via London, it's 10 hours and it is July, so surely you can get the time...
Came back from 3-1 down to win 4-3 with a couple of late goals.
OK so it was a pretty meaningless friendly, but apparently the Dutch team are the new Tottenham Hotspur by managing to lose that one. Jurgen was pretty damn happy about it.