Midfielder Garry Brooke more than
held his own amid strong competition for the midfield places during the
early 1980s - and was rewarded with two FA Cup winner’s medals.
quick and powerful winger who had emerged through our youth ranks, he
rapidly established himself as a key component of a creative midfield
workforce laden with international class, notably including the presence
of Glenn Hoddle and Argentine duo Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa.
in Bethnal Green in 1960, Garry signed professional terms with us in
1978, spending an early period on loan at Swedish side GAIS in order to
mature as a player.
He made his senior Spurs debut in a 3-2 home
defeat by West Bromwich Albion on November 29, 1980, coming on as a
substitute for Ardiles. Image: Garry at our 1982 photocall
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