Has to be when Klinsmann scored 4 against Wimbledon, people said he was a flop - he still had it.
Richard Hobson: The F.A. Cup Final of 1991. First the whole country wanted Forest to win as Brian Clough had never won the cup. Then after a few mimutes Gazza injured himself, so we lost our best player. Forest also took the lead. Then Lineker missed a penaty. But in the end we still won the cup! A great day and to make it even better, we beat you know who in the first semi-final played at Wembley to get to the final.
Robin Werth: Jurgen's first goals in a Spurs shirt, away at Sheffield Wednesday on the first day of the season! What finishing and what a superb celebration! That Spurs attack of Barmby, Sheringham, Anderton and Klinsmann will live long in my mind.
David Baker: In November 1971 I think it was, as an 11 year old I went to Old Trafford for the first and only time, we beat Man. Utd. 4-0 and Martin Peters got all 4, probably the only player ever to have done so!
Daniel Mendlesohn: I think my fondest moment watching Spurs was seeing Glenn Hoddle score on his last appearance at White Hart Lane against Oxford. The goal itself was pure poetry and a great way for us all to remember one of the greatest players for Spurs.
Ben Rogers: Definitely Sergei Rebrov's goal in the 5-1 thrashing of Chelsea. After all that he'd been through, he deserved it! Hearing of Hoddle's appointment as Spurs boss was pretty awesome too, and then there was the 3-1 against Arsenal!
Ian Smith: Best Spurs moment ...ahhh so many! Villa's goal that had me cuddling a girl I never knew on the upper terrace at Wembley, the penalty shoot out in '84 that was Burkinshaw's farewell, Hoddle showing Mr Cruyff how to do it in style, THAT free kick, Ginola vs Leeds in the FA Cup and the Spurs fans who walked across the pitch and delivered a wreath to the Everton fans one week after Hillsborough.