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Graham Roberts joins us on N17 Live today!

Sun 09 January 2022, 10:15|Tottenham Hotspur

Graham Roberts, twice FA Cup winner, is special guest on our popular matchday show N17 Live for our third round tie against Morecambe this afternoon (2pm).

'Robbo' will join presenter Ben Haines, Club commentator Rob Daly and Senior Club Journalist Paul Miles pitchside at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for all the pre-match build-up, including breaking team news. The show starts at 1.15pm and is available across all Club channels.

On FA Cup weekend, Robbo's story certainly fits into the 'fairytale' category. Signed from non-league side Weymouth in the summer of 1980, within a year, he'd helped us lift the FA Cup via a replay and Ricky Villa's goal against Manchester City.

A year later, he was fouled for the decisive penalty as we defended the trophy after another replay, this time against QPR.

Winning the first of six England caps in 1983, he completed four years to remember by taking the captain's armband in Steve Perryman's absence for the UEFA Cup Final second leg against Anderlecht in 1984. Robbo scored a late equaliser to take the game into extra time and then buried our first penalty in the shoot-out that we took 4-3 when Tony Parks saved from Arnor Gudjohnsen.

Robbo went to make 287 appearances for us in all competitions until departing for Glasgow Rangers in 1986, winning the Scottish title in his first season. He had further spells at Chelsea and West Brom before stepping back into non-league football. He managed a number of teams including Enfield, Hertford Town and Boreham Wood locally and Clyde back in Scotland, leading the team to a famous Scottish Cup win against Celtic in January, 2006.

About N17 Live

Unveiled on the return of football after lockdown in June, 2020, N17 Live has proved a hugely-popular destination for pre-match and post-match analysis. Our guests have included celebrity fans Nihal Arthanayake, AJ Tracey, Michael Kiwanuka, Declan McKenna and Himesh Patel, racing star Billy Monger, NFL kicker Matt Gay, and legends Teddy Sheringham, Clive Allen, David Howells, Michael Dawson, Ledley King, Paul Robinson, Robbie Keane, Micky Hazard, Teemu Tainio, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Mark Falco, Rafa van der Vaart and Toby Alderweireld.

It is a must-watch for Spurs fans on matchday!

The show can be accessed via our digital platforms - FacebookTwitterYouTube and the Spurs Official app - no matter where you are in the world. You will see the stream appear at the top of your feeds, and we’ll be straight into the all-important team news with the players out to warm up soon after.

Stay with N17 Live right up until the teams walk out before tuning into your preferred broadcaster for the match itself - stay with Club channels for our live Match Centre, complete with live text and audio commentary, goal alerts and stats, via the Spurs Official app and, as well as live updates on all social media platforms.

N17 Live will then return on the final whistle, when we will bring you the reaction of Antonio Conte and the players as soon as possible.

Join our watchalong on Twitch!

We've another platform for Spurs fans to enjoy their matchday experience together - our official Twitch channel!

Join hosts, Spurs fans Rebekah Walker and Matt Tarr, on this popular new channel, where you can share your thoughts with the global Spurs family. Join the live stream from 1pm on Sunday.