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.
Jurgen Klinsmann (right) and in the guise of Captain America. I assume from his time as that countries national manager.
Below- Lilywhite the Supporters club magazine from August 1954.
Spurs would finish 16th (of 22) that season.
Right - Dier.
Above from the Burnley News in September 1922, a game we would win with the only goal from Bliss.
Left - A recent view of the White Hart Pub in front of the recent Paxton Road stand.
Below - three recent Lilywhites - Adebayor, Parker and Gascoigne.
Left - The run up to the 1901 Cup Final.
Below- Harry Redknapp
Right - Jos Walker catches Spurs during their 1932 trip to Guernsey.
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