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Ultimate Team - strikers, part 4

14 April 2015|Tottenham Hotspur

There's still time to pick your strikers for Spurs' Ultimate Team!

There are two forward places up for grabs, so have your say now as we look to put together the best Spurs line-up in history!

Picking a front pairing in your Ultimate Team promises to be no easy task with so many legendary strikers having represented us down the years.

Let us know who you think is most worthy of the forward places by clicking here.

Voting remains open for you to pick your goalkeeper, defenders and midfielders as well.

Here's a look at three more of the 12 forward candidates up for selection...



Martin joined the Club in 1970 and made 260 senior appearances in five years, scoring 76 goals. He played a key role in our success during that period as we won the UEFA Cup in 1972, along with League Cups in 1971 and 1973, and reached a further European final in 1974. He gained 67 international caps for England and will, of course, be forever remembered as a member of Sir Alf Ramsey's 1966 World Cup-winning team, the front man scoring one of the goals as the Three Lions beat Germany in the final at Wembley.


Third in our all-time list of goalscorers, ‘Big Chiv’ bagged 174 goals in 367 competitive games for the Club. Signed in January, 1968, from Southampton, the front man scored both goals as we beat Aston Villa 2-0 in the 1971 League Cup Final and again scored twice as we toppled Wolves to win the 1972 UEFA Cup Final. He was also in our side as we won a further League Cup the following year and lost the 1974 UEFA Cup Final to Feyenoord. He left us for Swiss outfit Servette in July 1976.


Popular striker Teddy Sheringham had two stints with the Club, first joining us from Nottingham Forest in 1992 and swiftly establishing himself as the Premier League’s top goalscorer in his debut season at the Lane. He continued scoring goal after goal before eventually departing for Manchester United in 1997. Four years later, he returned to North London, helping us reach the League Cup Final in his first season back. He joined Portsmouth in 2003, having scored 124 goals in 277 appearances for us.