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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by Scottwallace15, 2 May 2014.
It could be my eyes playing tricks but is that not Pat Welton?
I am in full pedant mode tonight.....Hollowbread
I don't think so, but can't enlarge the picture much more to have a closer look. Couldn't see Stevie either, and although I know him well, I can't recognise him from the back of his head or his leg
I'm the same, the picture wouldn't enlarge enough. I just remember Eddie being a tad shorter and more rotund. I will bow to forum Royalty though. I recognise a few players and will have a proper look when i'm not so weary, been a long day. Incidentally i have some pictures of the Malta SC i will share too when i work out how to.
I'm thinking it's Eddie by the hairline.
Please do share the photos, as when I was there in September, it was closed due to a refurbishment, and the last few times I've been out there, we've only had evening games, which finish too late for me to get home. I might go and watch the Dortmund away game, and treat myself to a taxi.
Keith Osgood, Chris Mcgrath, Ray Evans and Roger Morgan
All before my time in starting supporting Tottenham so I’ll take your word for it! Legends?
We weren't that good in those days although Ray Evans used to deputise for Joe Kinnear very well. I met Keith Osgoods cousin recently and he was delighted that anyone remembered him. I spoilt the evening somwehat by drinking 12 pints and going on for hours about Spurs and how chelsea are a nothing club.
Not really. Ray Evans was an OK full back, Roger Morgan was injury prone and the other two were nothing special.
12 Pints well invested. I have no doubt you didn't keep everyone involved, up to date in how modern, forward thinking football clubs should be run.
Chris Mcgrath was more than nothing special, scored a few important goals when he played, we sold him before he had time to show his worth
As Player Photos go... it don't get more retro or iconic than that!
(Danny B holding a Trophy up, maybe...)
Keith Osgood wasn't a bad penalty taker, and a fair old header of the ball.
I am biased though,as he will always have a special place in my heart as he scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Stoke in my first trip to the Lane in 1976, funnily enough a penalty and a header.
You have an amazing team and manager that become the first team in the "modern era" to do the double and you sign the best striker in the world who bangs the goals in non stop for 10 years to become your "Current" all time leading goalscorer and the 60's were undoubtedly a marvellous time to be a yid but especially with the lack of another league title did we kind of underachieve? Goes to show how hard winning trophies really is!
To be honest, at that time I just about knew some players' names, I certainly didn't appreciate anything apart from goals or saves . Fell in love with Mr P straight away though!
Happy birthday big man.
Watching 70s videos during that desert we just went through with no Spurs games another name that popped up here and there was Jimmy Pearce.
One of our most underated players, didn't get the credit he deserved, played over 400 games for Spurs and would of played for England if west ham's golden bollox hadn't stood in his way. Second photo was from his costly ( to him ) testimonial alongside Muller and Beckenbauer