Every Picture, the series that tries to find Spurs pictures that you may not have seen before or at least are worth another look.
Starting with this season and Dele hitting the post at Huddersfield.
In The Collection we look at various artifacts from the clubs history. This latest gathering starts with the banner from the last game at White Hart Lane. This one using the famous Nicholson gates photo.
Next and the friendly match with Glasgow Celtic in August 1967, they had just become European Champions. Before the game the sides exchanged rugs instead of the traditional pennants. Keep an eye out in pre-season.
With the World Cup drawing closer we explore the Tottenham connections with another of the countries taking part this summer, South, (officially The Republic of), Korea.
Spurs have played in the country in one tournament and have featured a couple of players from there, as well as some of the international links.
Martin will be remembered for scoring England’s second goal in the 1966 World Cup final. A player with great tactical vision which led Alf Ramsey the manager describing him in 1968 as being ten years ahead of his time.
Tottenham and trophy winning captain.
The tribute to White Hart Lane which ran on social media last season to acclaim and repeated this season in a 'collected' format draws towards a close with another set of milestones from the stadiums history. As the new stadium towers over North London its....
White Hart Lane - Then Now Forever
Every Picture the series where we try to uncover images of Spurs which you may have missed or at least deserve another airing. Starting this time in Nashville last summer as Hugo Lloris takes to the air in the game V Manchester City.
The Portrait Gallery where we look at some of the artists impressions of Tottenham men over the years and supply a photographic reminder (where needed) so that you can judge just how well the artist caught their subject.
We start with our captain form the fifties Championship winning side, Ron Burgess, his further likenesses are below.
Regular readers will know I caution against believing everything you read in the papers. Well this story I expect you will remember and you cant believe what you see either. Poor old Chris Ramsey 'airbrushed' from history at the whim of a sub-editor in April 2014. As we take another look at how the press have covered the Spurs.
After the previous articles last season on Spurs fans a number of new images found there way to me. Thank you all who took part. Here are a few more images of the faithful.
Some I know have little detail on and anyone able to shed light please do so.
Such as this one, I 'feel' its 1961.
We probably have more connections with Germany than any other country outside the United Kingdom. The series continues with another European clash whilst Eric Dier skippers England against them.
We also remember the international when two of our boys were on the score-sheet and an earlier club tour.
Our look at the artistic impressions of Tottenham over the years returns. Thanks again to those of you who sent these in and to the various artists themselves.
We start with this clever image of Harry Kane and the adaptation of the club's crest.
Keeping an eye on how the press have reported Spurs over the years and this time around we start with the front page and a story we covered in the series on the Double and the crowds for the Sunderland game.
There is a story of what one of our team did on holiday. Bill Nicholson on the war path and an opponent takes to the mountains as well as some transfer gossip.
Nearing the bottom of the adverts file, although you can still send in any I've missed. We start off this collection and its the 80's and Paul Miller who was use to getting to grips with defenders here promotes his own sportswear line with model Tessa Hewitt.
Below - We find Terry Venables and this time he is promoting a hotel he owns in Spain.
Flying Down to Rio
History of T.H.F.C.
Tribute to Bill Nicholson
The Road to Turin
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The 100 Year War
Interview with Marina Sirtis
A Long Dark Shadow
By Royal Appointment
School Report: An Insight into the Younger Eric Dier
All Change At Spurs
History Of THFC: Part 1
Passage to India: Rohan Rickets
Thanks For The Memories
Our Tommy Carroll
The AVB Files: Part1
You The Jury
The Hand Of Hugo
Connection - Argentina
Creating a Reputation