On This Day In Spurs History: 30th August

1969 – On this day in 1969, Spurs were in action at home against Ipswich Town. Tottenham took a 3-0 lead with goals from Alan Mullery, Alan Gilzean and Jimmy Greaves, before the visitors pulled it back to 3-2 with strikes from Ron Wigg and Colin Viljoen. Though Ipswich searched for an equaliser, Spurs held on to edge a win.

Spurs Quote Of The Day

“We have no desire just to be a football club. That is not the basis for success.” – Paul Bobroff, former chairman of Tottenham PLC a few years prior to the club owing the Midland Bank about £20m.

Spurs In The News: 30th August

The Sun reckons that AC Milan have told us that they will not let Huntelaar join Spurs on loan and we must pay for a permanent deal.

They also think that Stoke are ready to pay £7m for Jermaine Jenas.

The Mirror claims that we will make a last gasp bid for Luis Fabiano.

The Daily Mail reports that Villa have yet to receive a bid for Ashley Young.

But the Daily Express expects Spurs to make a £15m bid for the winger before tomorrow.

Best Of The Web: 30th August

Dirty Tackle reports on Jermain Defoe’s silly hair.

101 Great Goals features Harry going nuts after being described as a ‘wheeler dealer’.

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