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Hall of Fame auction

15 April 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

We have some fantastic items up for grabs - including a 1991 FA Cup Final shirt, signed by Gary Lineker - ahead of Jimmy Greaves and Steve Perryman's induction into our Hall of Fame on Wednesday (April 20).

Our greatest-ever goalscorer and greatest-ever appearance maker join fellow Club legends in an eagerly-anticipated Hall of Fame evening at White Hart Lane next week.

To mark the occasion and to raise funds for Jimmy, who continues his recuperation after suffering a stroke last year, the Club have the following items up for auction via our eBay site.

Bidding for these items will kick-off at 9pm this evening (Friday, April 15):

•    1991 FA Cup final shirt signed by Gary Lineker - 25 years on from that fantastic final
•    A three-ball round of golf at the Grove, Watford with legendary goalkeeper Pat Jennings
•    First team home shirt 2015-16 season signed by all the team
•    Legends vintage signed ball – signed by no less than 18 of our legends

Go to our auction page from 9pm to bid for these items!

One of the all-time greats, Jimmy scored 266 goals in 379 appearances for us in the league, FA and League Cups and Europe during his nine-year stint at White Hart Lane.

Inspirational former captain Steve played for us between 1969 and 1986, making a Club record 854 first team appearances in all competitions. Playing initially in midfield and latterly as part of our defence at right-back, he helped us to victory in the UEFA Cup in 1972 and 1984, the FA Cup in 1981 and 1982 and the League Cup in 1971 and 1973 during his glittering career.

Please note that Jimmy Greaves will not be attending the Hall of Fame event in person. Proceeds will be made available through the Tottenham Tribute Trust to the Greaves family. Since Jimmy suffered a stroke last May, the Club and the Tottenham Tribute Trust have been working closely with Jimmy and his family to ensure his needs have been met during his period of recuperation.