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Sound Offs: Greatest moments

Posted on 27 January 2002  - 12:00

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

Karl Gwilliam: The Liverpool F.A. CUP game in 94/95 at Anfield what a game!! I went with 3 of my mates and can't think of a better game I've been to. 1 down at Anfield no one would have given us a hope but Teddy and that man Klinsmann made sure that we went through. What a great game proud to say I was there.

Scott Picton: Without doubt my greatest Spurs moment (apart from Gazza's goal in the 91 semi) was our defeat by Man U on the last of the 99 season. To see THEM cheer madly on the North Bank after WE went 1 up is something I will never forget. And still no title - ha ha.

Kevin Gray: Spurs 5 Chelsea 1 : 23-Jan-02. Living in Ireland, I wasn't able to get to the match, but watched it on TV. It was the best performance I've seen from the team, since the Cup semi-final against Arsenal in 91. If they played like that every week we'd probably be in pole position now. The best moment I remember has to be Villa's goal against Man City - his touch and dribbling for a big man produced on of the finest moments in FA Cup folklore. The other incident that I always remember, I was eight at the time, was in the 67 Cup Final, in the second half, when Pat Jennings took the ball off Peter Osgood's head with one hand in a one-on-one - Osgood's face was a picture.

Steven Clift: I am only seventeen but during my era as a Spurs fan I feel my fondest memory is of Steve Carr's goal at White Hart Lane against Manchester United when we went on to win 3-1. David Ginola's goal in the FA Cup at Barnsley is a close second.

Eric Attfield: After 33 years as a Spurs fan I now feel we have THE manager who has white and blue, through and through. We now have a team to stand up nearly to the shoulders of Chivers, Perryman, Peters, Knowles, Jennings, Gilzean, Mullery et al. Well done Glenn, you are truly on the way to reviving the faith of the old guard!

Gemma Hicks: Well, it was without doubt a fantastic moment me and my mates experienced last night while watching the Spurs v Chelsea game! We were on top form! There isn't a player that didn't do well! The first goal scored by Iversen in 105 seconds was amazing followed by 4 more of pure quality! Well done lads!!!

Nicky Murdoch: Greatest Spurs moment, apart from tearing Chelsea apart you mean? YEEEES 5-1! Other than that it has to be Gazza'a goal from that free-kick against the Gooners, it just has to be doesn't it?