On This Day In Spurs History: 21st May

1974 – Spurs became the first English club to compete in three European finals on this day in 1974, when they took on Feyenoord in the first leg of the UEFA Cup final at White Hart Lane.

Mike England gave us the lead, only for Feyenoord to equalise within four minutes. With an hour gone, England was again involved as we took the lead once more, as his pressure saw a Dutch defender put into his own net. With six minutes remaining though, Feyenoord grabbed another equaliser, to allow them to go into the away leg holding an advantage.

Spurs In The News: 21st May

The Sun reckons that Newcastle will bid £5m in an effort to bring Jermaine Jenas back to the goldfish bowl.

They also claim that Aston Villa are looking to pinch last season’s loan star, Eidur Gudjohnsen.

The Daily Star thinks that we will use Robbie Keane or Jenas as a makeweight in a deal to bring Ashley Young to Spurs.

Best Of The Web: 21st May

I continue my commitment to quality journalism with my World Cup Wag XI over at betting.betfair.

The Spoiler has a great video of a Spanish reporter and Atletico Madrid fans completely humiliating a homeless man on live TV.

‘Pies have more weird footage from Spain, as Athletic Bilbao take on 200 school kids at once (but only 100 at a time).

Dirty Tackle features some West Country types laughing as a kid rugby challenges his opponent in the box.



  1. Keane has outlasted his usefulness and popularity at WHL.I think that the thing that has turned Spurs supporters against Keane has been his arrogance.The somersaults in the early days were regarded as good-natured inthusiasm,especially when he was scoreing goals.
    Now Keane has slowed up! The arrogant finger-waveing
    is an embarrassment and I for one cannot wait until he moves on.


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