On This Day Of Spurs History: 18th June

1952 – On this day in 1952 we played our final game in an eight-match tour of North America. Tottenham were facing a Quebec F.A. XI and won 8-0, with goals from Sid McClellan (3), Les Bennett (3), Ralph Wetton and Les Medley.

Spurs Quote Of The Day: 18th June

“It was like they parked the team bus in front of the goal.” – Jose Mourinho after Spurs drew 0-0 at Stamford Bridge.

Spurs In The News: 18th June

The Sun features some pictures of various scantily clad young ladies who have been romantically linked to Jermain Defoe.

The Mirror thinks that Birmingham are ready to make an offer for Robbie Keane.

They also have Harry telling the world that Brazil are overrated.

In The Telegraph, Michael Owen backs Defoe to start for England.

Best Of The Web: 18th June

The Sabotage Time reduces the World Cup to a bunch of pie charts.

The Spoiler shows Robert Green how he should have dealt with that shot.

‘Pies features the 20 best players in the World Cup… so far.

Dirty Tackle reveals that a vuvuzela has injured a German. Not all bad then.

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