Top 10 greatest Tottenham players of all time

Top 10 greatest Tottenham players of all time
Top 10 greatest Tottenham players of all time

Here are some of the greatest Tottenham players of all time

Tottenham have enjoyed great success in their 137-year history. It is one of the most iconic football clubs around, not only in London and England but throughout the whole world.

Top 10 greatest Tottenham players of all time:

Glenn Hoddle – Hoddle made 377 appearances for Spurs, grabbing 88 goals. He won two FA Cup and a UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. Hoddle was a creative and gifted footballer, though his stats don’t tell the whole story.

Jimmy Greaves – Greaves scored a ridiculous 266 goals for Spurs, contributing to an English top flight record of 357 goals. He won five trophies at the club during his nine-year spell.

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Danny Blanchflower – During his ten-year spell at the club, he made an impressive 337 league appearances. His quotes reinforced his inspiring leadership skills on top of his brilliant passing and ability to dictate the tempo of a game.

Paul Gascoigne – Gascoigne scored 33 times during a positive four years at White Hart Lane. As of National Museum, he is widely recognized as the most naturally talented English footballer of his generation.

Pat Jennings –  In his 13 years at Spurs, Jennings goalkeeper played a staggering 591 times in all competitions. The Irish legend was the first goalkeeper to win the PFA Player of the Year award in 1976.

Dave Mackay – Mackay’s determination and skill contributed to their double in 1961. He took the club’s further successes until he left after nine years in 1968.

Cliff Jones – Jones was considered one of the best wingers in the world during his time at Tottenham. He bagged 159 goals in 378 appearances, making him the fifth top goalscorer in the club’s history.

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Harry Kane – After Sergio Aguero, Kane is probably the best striker in the Premier League. With 136 strikes in 201 league appearances, it’s easy to see that. 

Ossie Ardiles  – Ardiles was the part of the Argentina team, that the 1998 World Cup. He joined Spurs and was inducted into the Tottenham Hall of Fame all at the same time as compatriot Ricky Villa.

Ricky Villa – Villa went on to make 133 appearances for Tottenham from 1978 to 1983. He was inducted into the Tottenham Hotspur Hall of Fame in 2008.