On This Day In Spurs History: 26th May

1962 – On this day in 1962 we were on another end of season tour and on this occasion were in Israel, playing a Tel Aviv select XI. Spurs won the match 2-1, with goals from Dave Mackay and Eddie Clayton.

1968 – Today is the birthday of Steve Sedgley. Signed as a defensive midfielder, Sedgley was also able to play in central defence, which is the position in which he started the 1991 FA Cup final. Sedgley made a total of 211 appearances for Spurs, scoring 11 goals.

Spurs In The News: 26th May

We are ready to make a £9m move for Micah Richards, according to The Sun.

While The Daily Mail reckons we’re going to make a £7m bid for Curtis Davies.

They also claim that Lokomtiv Moscow will offer Peter Odemwingie in part exchange for Pavlyuchenko. The link over Peter Odemwingie’s name goes to his Wikipedia page, so you can find out who he is.

Best Of The Web: 26th May

Dirty Tackle features video footage of the decidedly unfriendly ‘friendly’ between Australia and New Zealand.

Goaly Moly has a picture of Everton’s awful new pink away strip.

The Sabotage Times picks the 11 best players who never played at the World Cup.

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