On This Day In Spurs History: 19th May
1957 – On this day in 1957, Tottenham played Celtic in an end of season tour game in New York. Celtic went 2-0 up, before Bobby Smith pulled one back. Celtic then went 3-1 up, only for Smith to score again, to make it 3-2 to Celtic at half-time.
Smith completed his hat-trick in the second half to level the scores, before Micky Dulin netted the winning goal to make it 4-3 to Spurs.
Spurs In The News: 19th May
West Ham want Alan Hutton says The Mirror.
In The Daily Express, Crouch dreams of a World Cup hat-trick.
The Daily Mail claim that we have offered £4m and Dos Santos for Arda Turan.
They also report that Ledley could be asked to play in midfield for England at the World Cup. That will do his knees good.
Best Of The Web: 19th May
In The Independent, Gary Lineker explains why he has resigned from The Mail On Sunday after their Lord Triesman story.
I look at the worst footballer-endorsed video games over at betting.betfair.
The Spoiler reveals the best terrace chants of the season.