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).
Do you fancy naming a Premiership X1 of the season so far with a difference? The difference being that the team must be based on players who have impressed you while playing against Spurs.
A few of us have had a bash to give you a steer - or for you to point out what lousy judges of footballers we are!
There was no consultation while naming our teams and it is of no surprise that Carlo Cudicini, a player who has denied us points this term, wins the goalkeeping vote in all the sides. But did he play better than Antti Niemi? Charlton's Scott Parker features in all but one of the teams.
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(Please use the same team format as below for publication)
John Fennelly (Press Officer): Carlo Cudicini; Steve Finnan, Rio Ferdinand, Richard Rufus, Ashley Cole; Lee Hendrie, Scott Parker, Sean Davis; Craig Bellamy, Kevin Phillips, Alan Shearer.
John Alexander (Club Secretary): Carlo Cudicini; Paul Telfer, Gareth Southgate, Sami Hyypia, Wayne Bridge; Thomas Gravesen, Patrick Vieira, Sylvain Legwinski, Scott Parker; Jason Euell, Massimo Maccaroni.
Jon Rayner (Programme Editor): Carlo Cudicini; Ugo Ehiogu, William Gallas, John O'Shea; Wayne Bridge, Steed Malbranque, Scott Parker, Jason Koumas, Franck Queudrue; Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer.
Richard Hubbard (Website): Carlo Cudicini; Steve Finnan, Sami Hyypia, William Gallas, Wayne Bridge; Geremi, Scott Parker, Sean Davis, Fabrice Fernandez; Kevin Phillips, Michael Owen.
Paul Miles (Website): Carlo Cudicini; Wayne Bridge, Sami Hyypia, Marcel Desailly, Geremi; Junichi Inamoto, Jason Koumas, Jermaine Jenas, Gianfranco Zola; Alan Shearer, Thiery Henry.