On This Day In Spurs History: 3rd September

1988 – On this day in 1988, Paul Gascoigne made his debut for Tottenham against his old club Newcastle at St James’ Park. Gazza was showered with Mars Bars whenever he approached the touchline and to make matters worse, Newcastle took a 2-0 lead.

Gazza’s fellow ex-Magpie Chris Waddle, got Spurs back into it with a volleyed goal, before Terry Fenwick made the score 2-2 with a header.

Spurs Quote Of The Day

“When Gazza came t the Spurs training ground for the first tine, he got the ball, went round eight players as if they were not there and then smashed the ball into the net. Just to see him play like that made the hair stand up on the back of your neck. Everybody stood there and applauded him.” – Terry Venables

Spurs In The News: 3rd September

Michael Dawson tells The Sun that he has the England bug.

In The Mirror, John Toshack helpfully reveals that Spurs received a major bid for Gareth Bale this summer.

The Oh, Ah Daily Star claims that Jermain Defoe will not need surgery.

In The Daily Mail, Rafael van der Vaart wishes for a Champions League game against Real Madrid.

Best Of The Web: 3rd September

The Spoiler has audio of Robbie Savage losing it on 6-0-6 after being accused of buying seven pairs of trainers.

‘Pies proves that women can throw.

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