On This Day In Spurs History: 15th June
1952 – On this day in 1952, Spurs met Manchester United whilst on tour in New York. Tottenham beat the reigning league champions 7-1, with goals from Len Duquemin (4), Les Bennett (2) and Sid McClellan.
Spurs Quote Of The Day: 15th June
“Short of Margaret Thatcher joining New Labour, it is difficult to imagine a more stunning move than George Graham going to Spurs.” – David Mellor, 1998.
Spurs In The News: 15th June
The Sun thinks that Wilson Palacios will be fit to play in the World Cup for Honduras on Saturday.
The Mirror claims that Roman Pavlyuchenko has demanded to leave Spurs. Again.
In The Daily Mail, Harry fears that Ledley’s World Cup is over.
The Guardian reports on Gazza’s accident.
The Independent reveals that Jermaine Jenas is currently on a relaxing holiday with Alan Hutton, Allan McGregor and Peter Lovenkrands.
Best Of The Web: 15th June
I pick my ugliest World Cup XI at betting.betfair.
The Spoiler features pictures of England fans making their houses look ridiculous.
An amusing GIF of an Italian player acting like a typical Italian player.