We’ve teamed up with Poki to give away an England shirt to a knowledgable Spurs fan.

To celebrate Euro 2016 our pals at Poki have produced the brilliantly fun online game Heads Arena Euro Soccer.

It’s one of many fun titles available on the site, which includes a large section devoted to soccer games, which will kill many a boring moment while you wait between Euro 2016 matches.

To win an England shirt all you have to do is to name your all-time best England XI of players who also represented Tottenham. Send us your team, along with your preferred formation and we’ll decide on our favourite later on in the week.

We’re looking for a balanced lineup, so if you pick a midfield full of flair players who couldn’t win a tackle between them, we’ll probably overlook your entry.

There are a huge number of players who wore the white of both teams. In goal you can choose between the likes of the 1951 title winner Ted Ditchburn, Ray Clemence, Ian Walker or Paul Robinson.

The current England full-backs are our own Kyle Walker and Danny Rose, while Spurs legends such as Alf Ramsey and Cyril Knowles also represented their country.

Central defenders such as Double winner Maurice Norman, Graham Roberts, Gary Mabbutt and the peerless Ledley King must also be in the mix, while defensive midfielders such as Alan Mullery and current England hero Eric Dier could offer the protection.

There are a number of hugely talented flair players in midfield for you to really get creative with. How will you fit the likes of World Cup winner Martin Peters, Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Paul Gascoigne, Darren Anderson or Dele Alli into your team?

Up front the choice is even harder. Bobby Smith, Jimmy Greaves, Martin Chivers, Clive Allen, Gary Lineker, Teddy Sheringham and Harry Kane are among the names that compete for just one or two places.

Pick your team and formation, send them along to [email protected] and you could be wearing an England shirt before the tournament is out.



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