Today In Spurs History: 3rd May
1972 – On this day in 1972, Spurs faced Wolves in the first leg of the UEFA Cup Final. Martin Chivers gave us the lead with a headed goal at Molineux, only for the home side to peg us back to 1-1. Chivers’ once again gave us the advantage with a blistering goal from thirty yards out, that saw Tottenham return to White Hart Lane with a 2-1 win.
Spurs In The News: 3rd May
Ledley King is a World Cup certainty, Harry Redknapp tells The Mirror. I wish he was a certainty to play on Wednesday night.
Patrick Vieira blathers to the Daily Mail, about the forthcoming City v Spurs game.
A couple of days old now, but a fascinating interview with BAE by The Guardian, for those that missed it.
Best Of The Web: 3rd May
After his remarkable achievements at FC Twente, Steve McClaren is ready to jump ship to Wolfsburg, says the Daily Mail. I can’t wait to hear his German accent.
Dirty Tackle has video footage of that Chelsea fan who looked like a baby straining one into his nappy, when celebrating their first goal against Liverpool.