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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by Scottwallace15, 2 May 2014.
Glad to see I was wrong and the American fans do follow the thread. My apologies.
My gosh those take me back. All of those ads are far superior to what passes for programmes on tv now. I like the way they didn't bother writing any new tunes either, just recycled their hits... smart lads
Dissapointing how many there are not wearing the previously mandatory flat cap. Wartime rationing kicking in I suppose...
Do you remember his one handed catches Joe?
Not remember exactly, but I've seen footage. I heard he used to pull the crossbar down when free kicks were going just over.
I never watched him at the scum.
I remember him taking them crosses down with one hand. Totally unique.
I just looked on youtube but couldn't find anything.
bert Bliss with the over head...
Spurs v Wolves 1920 FAC.Bert Bliss (what a great name). The shitty pitch is Stn Bridge. We won if your wondering?...and yes , thats a ghost from Xmas past in the back ground
Green goalkeeping shirts, love them and my association to them is Jennings. I know all keepers wore them then, it's just he was our green shirted man.
I do, before I graduated to the shelf I used to stand behind the goal we were kicking at, and change at half time, maybe 11/12. I saw him pull down a few crosses one handed standing behind Paxton. Can't remember him doing it at Park Lane though. Saw him make some amazing saves too.
Unfortunately I never saw him play for long maybe a season worth of games because along with Neil and young he went to Woolwich. (I also think Daines played quite a few games too that season.)
The next year was when I started going away too, and got right into it
Well I wasn't around in 1904 either.
Agreed and the home nation international goalkeepers should wear yellow
How did we ever concede a goal with him between the sticks during the '70s?
and if you know your history ..... we started the tradition of tying coloured ribbons onto the FA Cup
I didn't know that - you've ruined my weekend.
But great to learn something new.
spotting women in this photo is a bit like 'where's Wally?' I can see 3.
You cant see the women for the Wallys.
Check out the young Wayne Rooney in the front?
Presumably most of them were at home. Preparing their hard working menfolk a delicious meal for when they staggered in from the pub (as is only right and proper). After a defeat of course, most sensible women took themselves off to their mother's for the rest of the weekend.
Women and football simply don't mix - as I'm sure you'll agree.