On This Day In Spurs History: 17th May

1972 – On this day in 1972, Spurs went into the second leg of the UEFA Cup final against Wolves, holding a 2-1 advantage after winning at Molineux. We made it 3-1 on aggregate when Alan Mullery headed home from a Martin Peters free kick and though Wolves made it 1-1 on the night before half-time, we held firm to win 3-2 on aggregate and lift our second European trophy.

Spurs In The News: 17th May

The Sun brings us the good news that Ledley has signed a new contract.

In The Daily Mail, Martin Samuel hopes that English football doesn’t waste the talents of Tom Huddlestone.

While in the same paper, Des Kelly looks at Harry’s methods of wooing Joe Cole.

In The Express, Tottenham-target David James is ready to listen to offers.

Best Of The Web: 17th May

The Spoiler has each and every one of Lionel Messi’s 47 goals this season.

‘Pies features some vintage 1966 World Cup WAGS.

At Dirty Tackle, Ex-Arsenal idiot Jens Lehmann misses a penalty.

Finally, Goaly Moly shows a policeman giving a young Millwall fan a good old fashioned clip round the ear.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Seriously do we want Joe Cole, over rated, over priced, over the hill and injury prone. Do not believe he would be a good signing.

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