David Ginola was Tottenham’s poster boy of the late 1990s.
The Frenchman’s silky skills and luscious locks made him popular with both male and female Spurs fans.
Spurs were privileged to have the dynamic France midfielder in their side, but Ginola was privileged to have worn some of the greatest kits in Premier League history.
Like this away kit from 1997-98. Ginola looks Christ-like in this shot, with his sweaty hair and come-get-me eyes.
Pony were the ultimate hipster manufacturer of the 1990s, and the retro badge combined with the navy tint and Hewlett Packard sponsor make this kit too gorgeous for words.
Spurs may have had a dismal season that year – 14th in the Premier League under Gerry Francis – but who needs results when your players look this good?
It’s remarkable that Tottenham performed so badly when they had the likes of Ginola, Jurgen Klinsmann and Sol Campbell in their ranks.