On This Day In Spurs History: 14th June

1994 – On this day in 1994, an F.A. commission found the club guilty of making illegal loans to players between 1985 and 1989. We received a £600,000 fine, a 12-point league deduction and were banned from playing in the FA Cup. Alan Sugar launched an immediate appeal (see, he did have his uses) and we would start the season with both the points deduction and the FA Cup ban rescinded.

Spurs Quote Of The Day: 14th June

“As a boy I was always a Tottenham fan” – Dennis ‘Beavis” Bergkamp.

Spurs In The News: 14th June

The Mirror thinks that we will battle it out with Aston Villa for Everton’s Steven Pienaar.

The Daily Express thinks that the World Cup is all over for Ledley King.

The Independent’s Sam Wallace laments King’s sad injury.

Best Of The Web: 14th June

I take a look at the maddest World Cup moments at betting.betfair. Picking Rob Green as England goalkeeper isn’t one of them.

‘Pies looks at how ITV might have covered the 1966 World Cup final.

England might not have been able to p*ss all over the USA, but Dirty Tackle shows them relieving themselves on the golf course.

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