Tottenham may have a fantastic squad now, but they’ve had some brilliant players over the years at White Hart Lane.
But who is the greatest player in their history?
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5. Glenn Hoddle
He may be an irritating football pundit, but Hoddle was a brilliant footballer. His winding runs from midfield and penchant for the spectacular made him a favourite at White Hart Lane. In a golden era for Tottenham, Hoddle helped the club to two FA Cups and the UEFA Cup.
4. Jimmy Greaves
An absolute goal machine, Greaves scored for fun throughout his career. Although he shot to prominence at Chelsea, Greaves is best known for his time at Spurs. The club’s all-time top scorer with 266 goals in 379 games.
There hasn’t been an English striker since with such a steely composure in front of goal.
3. Pat Jennings
The only goalkeeper on the list. He’s also one of the few players who’s liked by both Arsenal and Tottenham. Jennings spent 13 years at Tottenham before leaving for Highbury in 1985.
He made 591 appearances for Tottenham, and an incredible 119 for Northern Ireland. Jennings won the FA Cup, the UEFA Cup and the League Cup twice with Spurs.
2. Paul Gascoigne
One of football’s cliches is that Gascoigne was the most gifted footballer of his generation, and it’s absolutely true.
Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to sign him when he humiliated Norman Whiteside, Bryan Robson and Remi Moses while at Newcastle, but Gazza went to Tottenham instead. In his four seasons there he became one of the best players on the planet, winning the FA Cup in 1991.
His personality and ability make him a must on this list, but his life since retiring has been a tragic soap opera we all want him to get the best of.
1. Gareth Bale
Bale isn’t only the best Spurs player ever, but he’s well on his way to becoming one of the best British players ever. The Wales winger struggled a little when he joined the club, but when played on the left wing he came into his own.
The games against Inter Milan under Harry Redknapp were incredible displays of power, skill and athleticism, but his final season, under the leadership of Andre Villas-Boas, he shone so bright that Real Madrid came calling.
Somehow, he’s improved since leaving Tottenham.