On This Day In Spurs History: 2nd June

1951 – On this day in 1951 a celebration banquet was held at the Savoy Hotel, to commemorate our first league championship. As they chomped through their steak and chips, the guests probably thought it would be the first of many. They were half right.

Quote Of The Day: 2nd June

“White Hart Lane is a great place. The only thing wrong is the seats face the pitch.” – The late Les Dawson in 1991.

Spurs In The News: 2nd June

Harry tells The Sun that he thinks Joe Cole has already signed a deal with a mystery club.

The Mirror reckons that we will fight it our with Manchester City, Everton and Sunderland for the Benfica striker Oscar Cardozo. I can confirm that he’s very good on Football Manager, though not up to the standards of Edin Dzeko.

In the same paper, Jermain Defoe reveals that Franco Baldini has been watching too much X-Factor.

The Daily Star resurrect the Micah Richards transfer story.

The legendary Chris Waddle kicks a man whilst he’s down, as he continues to slag off Theo Walcott in the Daily Mail.

In The Daily Express, Harry is not pleased with the way that Michael Dawson has been treated by England.

The entire Dos Santos family make themselves look stupid in The Times.

The Telegraph thinks that Edin Dzeko will stay at Wolfsburg for another season.

Best Of The Web: 2nd June

Goaly Moly features lots of people moaning about the new World Cup ball.

UFWC can confirm that it is Holland and not Italy, who are the reigning world champions.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Personally I would rather have Oscar Cardozo, I think he would be the better forward, more than likely Citeh will buy him as well though.

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