Tottenham Best Players of All Time

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is one of the most successful and well-known teams in English football. The club, based in Tottenham London, has a long and proud history that spans over 130 years. Throughout this time they have established themselves as a top flight team with many successes on and off the pitch. Their new home since 2019 is the impressive 62,850 capacity Tottenham Hotspur Stadium which replaced their former ground White Hart Lane after its demolition to make way for it. Spurs are loved by millions all around the world due to their success both domestically and abroad along with their exciting style of play.

1. Harry Kane

Forward

Harry Kane Career

Harry Kane is a Tottenham Hotspur striker who has been with the club since 2004. Kane started his career at Ridgeway Rovers before moving to Arsenal and then to Watford, where he made over 100 appearances.

In 2009, Harry Kane joined Tottenham Hotspur and has not looked back since, becoming an integral part of the team that won the League Cup in 2014 and reached the Champions League semi-finals in 2017/2018. The England international was awarded an MBE for services to football in 2018 and is currently a key player for Spurs as they compete in Europe's top competition this season.

Harry Kane married wife Millie on 3 October 2016 and they have two children together - son George (born 18 June 2018) and daughter Ivy Mae (born 10 December 2019). He will be looking to help Spurs win more silverware this season as they aim to end their 24-year wait for a league title. Harry Kane is a professional footballer who plays for Tottenham Hotspur and the England national team.

He has played for Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich City, Leicester City and England U21s. In total he has scored 74 goals in 133 appearances for Spurs, as well as 10 goals in 20 appearances for his country

2. Jimmy Greaves

Jimmy Greaves Career

  • 1955–1957: Chelsea
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1957–1961: Chelsea: 157: (124)
  • 1961: AC Milan: 10: (9)
  • 1961–1970: Tottenham Hotspur: 321: (220)
  • 1970–1971: West Ham United: 38: (13)
  • 1975–1976: Brentwood: :
  • 1976–1977: Chelmsford City: 38: (20)
  • 1977–1979: Barnet: 51: (16)
  • 1979–1980: Woodford Town: :
  • Total: : 617: (402)
  • 1957–1962[2]: England U23: 12: (13)
  • 1959–1967[3]: England: 57: (44)
  • 1965: United Kingdom: 1: (1)

Greaves was a prolific striker during his playing career, netting 224 goals in 321 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan. Greaves won two League titles with Spurs before moving to Italy, where he helped AC Milan win the European Cup in 1967.

Greaves returned to England in 1970 and finished his career with Chelsea, winning another League title at the club in 1974. After retiring from football, Greaves became a media personality and commentator on sport for BBC Radio 5 Live. He died aged 81 in September 2021 after a long battle with cancer Greaves was a prolific goalscorer in the 1960s and 1970s, netting 38 times for West Ham United between 1971 and 1976.

Greaves also played for Brentwood, Chelmsford City and Woodford Town during his time as a footballer. Greaves made his international debut in 1957 and went on to score 57 goals for England over the course of three years. He won the 1966 World Cup with England as they triumphed over Argentina in what has been widely regarded as one of the most memorable tournaments ever staged. Greaves retired from football at the age of 34 after playing his final game for Fulham F C in 1980

3. Son Heung-min

Forward

Son Heung-min Career

Son Heung-min is a South Korean footballer who currently plays for Tottenham Hotspur. Son began his career with FC Seoul before joining Hamburger SV in 2010.

Son made his debut for the Korea Republic at the age of 18 and has since represented the nation at various tournaments, including the 2014 World Cup and 2018 Asian Cup.

In 2017, Son signed for Spurs on a five-year deal worth £25 million (US$32 million). Son is known for his speed and ability to score goals from distance, having scored 33 in all competitions so far during his career.

Having been part of several successful teams throughout his playing career - including winning back-to-back Bundesliga titles with Hamburger SV -Son is considered one of Germany's most talented players ever born in Asia.[1] Son Heung-min is a South Korean international footballer who plays for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.

Son was born on December 17, 1995 and began playing football at an early age with his local club Bucheon SK before joining Bayer Leverkusen in Germany as a teenager. At Leverkusen, Son made 62 appearances over two seasons before signing for Tottenham Hotspur in 2015 where he has since become one of the most prolific strikers in Europe.

In 2018, Son helped lead South Korea to their first Asian Games gold medal since 2002 by scoring six goals during the tournament including a hat-trick against Malaysia which clinched victory on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the final stages of competition. Son is also renowned for his dribbling skills and acceleration into space; making him difficult to defend against both from close range and further out on the pitch..

4. Pat Jennings

Goalkeeper

Pat Jennings Career

  • 1960: Shamrock Rovers
  • 1961–1963: Newry Town
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1963–1964: Watford: 48: (0)
  • 1964–1977: Tottenham Hotspur: 472: (0)
  • 1977–1985: Arsenal: 237: (0)
  • 1985–1986: Tottenham Hotspur: 0: (0)
  • 1986: Everton: 0: (0)
  • Total: : 757: (0)
  • 1964–1986[1]: Northern Ireland: 119: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Patrick Jennings is best known as the goalkeeper for Manchester United, but he has also played for Shamrock Rovers and Wales. He made his debut for Shamrock Rovers in 1960 and went on to make over 200 appearances for the club.

In 1978, he transferred to Manchester United where he spent 19 years making over 300 appearances in all competitions. Jennings won several trophies with United including 4 Premier League titles, 3 FA Cups, 2 UEFA Champions Leagues, and 1 Intercontinental Cup.

He retired from playing in 1994 after helping Manchester United win their 18th league title and was made a CBE that year by Queen Elizabeth II herself. After retiring from playing football, Jennings became a coach at Old Trafford before moving onto coaching roles at various clubs around England including West Ham United and Swansea City among others..

In 2018 Patrick Jennings was appointed Chair of Professional Footballers Ireland (PFI) succeeding Pat Short who had held the post since its foundation in 2006 。 This organisation aims to improve standards of living amongst professional footballers through education initiatives such as financial literacy courses 。 Patrick Anthony Jennings (born 12 June 1945) is an Irish former goalkeeper who played professionally in both England and Scotland during the late 1960s until 1974 when he retired due to injury aged 36; while mainly capped by Wales national team compiling 32 caps between 1966-1973 scoring no goals

5. Paul Gascoigne

Midfielder

Paul Gascoigne Career

  • 1980–1985: Newcastle United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1985–1988: Newcastle United: 92: (21)
  • 1988–1992: Tottenham Hotspur: 92: (19)
  • 1992–1995: Lazio: 43: (6)
  • 1995–1998: Rangers: 74: (30)
  • 1998–2000: Middlesbrough: 41: (4)
  • 2000–2002: Everton: 32: (1)
  • 2002: Burnley: 6: (0)
  • 2003: Gansu Tianma: 4: (2)
  • 2004: Boston United: 4: (0)
  • Total: : 388: (83)
  • 1987–1988: England U21: 12: (5)
  • 1989: England B: 4: (1)
  • 1988–1998: England: 57: (10)
  • 2005: Kettering Town
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Paul Gascoigne is one of the most decorated English footballers of all time, with a total of eight league titles and three FA Cups to his name. He began his career at Newcastle United before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 1988.

At Spurs, he formed an attacking midfield partnership with Gary Lineker that won them two Premier League championships and the European Cup Winners' Cup. In 1992, Gascoigne moved to Lazio where he spent four seasons playing under manager Francesco Totti before returning to England in 1996 with Middlesbrough.

He retired from professional football in 2000 after failing to recapture his form for Middlesbrough or Sunderland following a lengthy injury lay-off. Since retiring from football, Gascogige has pursued a variety of other interests including acting and writing books about his life as a footballer. In March 2021 it was announced that Gascoigne would be joining ITV Sport's punditry team for their coverage of the UEFA Champions League.[2]

6. Hugo Lloris

Goalkeeper

Hugo Lloris Career

Hugo Lloris is a French goalkeeper who currently plays for Tottenham Hotspur. He started his career at Nice before moving to Lyon where he spent six seasons between 2008 and 2012.

In 2013, Lloris joined Spurs and has since made over 150 appearances for the club in all competitions, helping them win two Premier League titles and reach the Champions League final in 2017/18.

Hugo is known for his strong shot-stopping abilities as well as his ability to command his area of the pitch; he was named PFA Goalkeeper of the Year in 2018 after leading Spurs to their first ever domestic cup title since 1961/62 season.

Outside of football, Hugo is also involved with several charities including Action Against Hunger France which helps feed vulnerable people across Europe, and SpecialEffect which aims to provide support and funding so that people with disabilities can enjoy recreational activities they may find difficult or impossible without help Hugo Lloris is a world-renowned goalkeeper and captain of Tottenham Hotspur.

He has represented France at international level, winning the FIFA World Cup in 2018 as well as playing in the UEFA European Championship finals two years earlier. Hugo Lloris was born on October 22nd, 1988, in Le Mans, France. After starting his career with lowly Le Mans FC's youth team, he made an impressive move to Lyon before joining Tottenham Hotspur for £8 million in 2012 – making him one of the most expensive goalkeepers of all time.

Hugo Lloris is married to Amelie Dufraisse and they have two young children together – Arthur and Louison-Aurélien​ .

7. Luka Modrić

Midfielder

Luka Modrić Career

Modrić is a Croatian footballer who plays for Real Madrid in La Liga. He has played for Dinamo Zagreb, Inter Zaprešić andReal Madrid. Modrić was born on September 9th 1985 in Zadar, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia to a footballing family; his father Miodrag played professionally while his brother Dražen also played professional football.

After starting out with local side Zadar before joining Dinamo Zagreb in 2003 at the age of 18, he became one of the most consistent players in Croatia during their successful period domestically and abroad between 2003-2008 appearing 94 times scoring 26 goals (including 24 league goals). In 2004 he joined Inter Zaprešić on loan where he made 16 appearances scoring 4 goals helping them win the Croatian Cup that season which saw him named Player of The Tournament by UEFA as well as being voted into the Bundesliga Team Of The Year by German magazine Kicker .

On July 1st 2008 it was announced that Modric had signed for Tottenham Hotspur after protracted negotiations with both clubs reaching an agreement late on deadline day following interest from other Premier League sides including Chelsea and Manchester United but within weeks Spurs chairman Daniel Levy announced that they had re-signed Luka to a new long term deal making him one of London's most coveted players ever . During his two seasons at White Hart Lane playing 102 games and scoring 23 goals it was evident that there were few midfielders able to match up against him or create chances similarly whether it be Steven Gerrard , Frank Lampard or Samir Nasri all conceding defeat when pitted against "The King" .

Following Tottenham’s relegation from the Premier League during 2011–12 season rumours circulated linking Modric with moves away from north London although nothing came of these until January 2013 when Spanish club Real Madrid confirmed their signing stating: “Luka will join us next summer pending international clearance” thus ending any speculation about his future.. Since arriving at Real Madrid having completed a £27million move on July 10th 2014 (one week prior to what would have been contract expiry) Los Blancos had an immediate impact winning back-to-back Champions League titles whilst also becoming La Liga champions for consecutive years - something no team other than Barcelona had managed previously - cementing himself as arguably one if not THE best midfielder Europe has ever seen currently holding multiple records such as Most Club Luka Modrić is a world-class midfield player who has been an integral part of some of the most successful clubs in Europe.

He started his career with hometown club Tottenham Hotspur before joining Real Madrid in 2012. At international level, he has represented Croatia at both the FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro Championship, where they have reached the latter stages on two occasions. Luka is married to supermodel Hanne Gaby Odiele and they have one child together. In 2017, he announced that he would be leaving Real Madrid after 14 seasons to take up a new role with Juventus FC

8. Ledley King

Defender

Ledley King Career

  • –1996: Senrab
  • 1996–1999: Tottenham Hotspur
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1999–2012: Tottenham Hotspur: 268: (10)
  • 1996–1997: England U16: 5: (0)
  • 1999: England U18: 3: (0)
  • 1999–2001: England U21: 12: (1)
  • 2002–2010: England: 21: (2)
  • 2020–2021: Tottenham Hotspur (assistant coach)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Ledley King is a Defender who was born on October 12th, 1980 in Bow, England. Ledley started his career at Crystal Palace and went onto make over 200 appearances for the club before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 2006.

He has won numerous awards during his career including Premier League titles with Spurs (2008, 2012) and the Champions League with Barcelona (2011). In 2008 he was voted FWA Footballer of the Year and also made an appearance for the English National Team that year.

Ledley retired from playing in May 2017 after 15 years with Tottenham Hotspur but continues to work as an assistant coach for the club now Ledley King is one of the most decorated English footballers of all time. He has won 25 caps for his country and was a part of the team that reached the 2002 World Cup final.

Ledley began his career at Tottenham Hotspur, where he went on to make 268 appearances in all competitions over 10 years. His consistent performances saw him win numerous awards, including two PFA player of the year titles and an FA cup winners medal. In 2010, Ledley joined Queens Park Rangers as their new captain but left after just one season due to injury problems.

He later rejoined Spurs before retiring at the end of 2012 season aged 34 years old. Since retiring from playing, Ledley has taken up coaching duties with Tottenham Hotspur's under-21 side and will also serve as assistant coach alongside Mauricio Pochettino during the 2020–21 season

9. Christian Eriksen

Midfielder

Christian Eriksen Career

  • 1995–2005: Middelfart G&BK
  • 2005–2008: OB
  • 2008–2010: Ajax
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2010–2013: Ajax: 113: (25)
  • 2013–2020: Tottenham Hotspur: 226: (51)
  • 2020–2021: Inter Milan: 43: (4)
  • 2022: Brentford: 11: (1)
  • 2022–: Manchester United: 16: (1)
  • 2007–2009: Denmark U17: 27: (9)
  • 2009: Denmark U18: 5: (1)
  • 2009: Denmark U19: 3: (1)
  • 2011: Denmark U21: 3: (1)
  • 2010–: Denmark: 120: (39)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 22:11, 3 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 16:57, 30 November 2022 (UTC)

Eriksen is a midfielder for Manchester United and has been with the club since he was young. He started his youth career at Middelfart G&BK in Denmark, before moving to OB in 2005.

Eriksen made an impressive start to his senior career with OB, helping them reach the Danish Cup Final in 2006. After impressing during loan spells at Aalborg BK and Ajax, Eriksen joined Tottenham Hotspur in 2008 for £11 million (€14 million).

In total, Eriksen has played over 150 matches for Spurs across all competitions - winning titles such as the Europa League and FA Cup - making him one of their most successful players ever. When Harry Redknapp was sacked by Spurs in November 2014, manager Mauricio Pochettino decided to sell Eriksen amid reports of tension between the two men; he eventually moved on to Manchester United that January for £36 million (€45 million).[4] At Manchester United, Eriksen has continued playing regular football under new manager José Mourinho; however rumours continue to circulate about a possible move back to Tottenham next season.[5]

10. Steve Perryman

Steve Perryman Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1969–1986: Tottenham Hotspur: 655: (31)
  • 1986–1987: Oxford United: 17: (0)
  • 1987–1990: Brentford: 53: (0)
  • Total: : 725: (31)
  • 1972–1975: England U23: 17: (0)
  • 1982: England: 1: (0)
  • 1987–1990: Brentford (player-manager)
  • 1990–1993: Watford
  • 1994: Tottenham Hotspur (caretaker)
  • 1995: Start
  • 1999–2000: Shimizu S-Pulse
  • 2001–2002: Kashiwa Reysol
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Steve Perryman was born on 21 December 1951 in Ealing, Middlesex and started his senior career with Tottenham Hotspur. He played for Milton Keynes Dons (Associate Director) from 1978 to 1982 before retiring from football.

After retirement, Steve Perryman worked as a coach at various clubs including Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea until he was appointed Associate Director of Milton Keynes Dons in 2012. Steve Perryman was a talented footballer who played for Tottenham Hotspur and Brentford.

His international career consisted of appearances for England's U23 team, as well as one appearance for the full national side. After retiring from playing, Steve took over management roles with Watford and Tottenham Hotspur before being appointed manager of Kashiwa Reysol in Japan in 1999.

He left this position after only two seasons to take up the role of technical director at English club Arsenal, where he remains today. Steve is now widely regarded as one of the most successful British managers of all time and his achievements at both club and international level have cemented his reputation firmly on the footballing world stage

11. Gareth Bale

Midfielder

Gareth Bale Career

Gareth Bale is a Welsh international footballer who currently plays for Los Angeles FC in the United States. Gareth Bale was born on July 16, 1989 in Cardiff, Wales.

At just under 6 feet tall and weighing 131 pounds, he quickly established himself as one of the most talented young footballers in Europe and won numerous honours with clubs such as Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur (where he made his professional debut), Real Madrid and Liverpool before joining Spanish giants Real Madrid for a world record fee of £85 million.[2] In 2012, Bale played for England at the UEFA European Championship where they reached the final but were beaten by Spain.[3][4] He has also represented Wales at various levels including Under-21s,[5] full national team[6], Olympic Games[7], World Cup qualifiers,[8][9][10] and Euro 2016.[11][12] Gareth Bale signed for American club Los Angeles FC ahead of their inaugural season in 2018 after completing an impressive season which saw him win both La Liga and Champions League withReal Madrid.[13]

12. Gary Lineker

Forward

Gary Lineker Career

  • 1976–1978: Leicester City
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1978–1985: Leicester City: 194: (95)
  • 1985–1986: Everton: 41: (30)
  • 1986–1989: Barcelona: 103: (42)
  • 1989–1992: Tottenham Hotspur: 105: (67)
  • 1992–1994: Nagoya Grampus: 18: (4)
  • Total: : 461: (238)
  • 1984: England B: 1: (0)
  • 1984–1992: England: 80: (48)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Gary Lineker is a retired English professional football player who played as a striker. He began his career at Leicester City, where he scored over 100 goals in 367 appearances between 1976 and 1978.

He then transferred to Barcelona for £5 million, where he won two La Liga titles and the Copa del Rey. In 1984, Lineker moved to England's Manchester United, where he helped them win four Premier League titles and two Champions League trophies before retiring in 2002.

After retirement from playing, Lineker became an outspoken pundit for BBC Sport and ESPN FC TV channels. In 2010, he was made an OBE by Queen Elizabeth II for services to sport broadcasting Gary Lineker was born on December 13th, 1961 in Leicester, England. He started his professional career at Leicester City before moving to Everton and Barcelona later in his career.

He is best known for being a striker for Tottenham Hotspur during the late 80s and early 90s where he scored 105 goals in total including 48 international goals. After retiring from playing football Gary became a television presenter with shows such as Match of the Day and BBC1's Sportsweek programme among others. In 2016 he announced that he had been diagnosed with skin cancer which required surgery but thankfully it has since healed up successfully.

13. Kyle Walker

Defender

Kyle Walker Career

Kyle Walker is a right-back who has played for Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City. Walker began his career with Sheffield United before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 2008.

Walker won the EFL Championship with Tottenham in 2016, helping them to qualify for the UEFA Champions League. Walker made his debut for England in 2009 and has since represented them at three World Cups (2010, 2014, 2018).

He signed with Manchester City in 2017 and helped them win the Premier League title that season. Walker was named PFA Players' Player of the Year in 2018 after another successful season with Manchester City.
*Senior career includes all competitive matches Kyle Walker is a right-back who has played for numerous English clubs, most notably Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.

He has been capped by England at various age groups, and competed in the UEFA European Championship as a member of their national team in 2020. Kyle Walker is known for his athleticism and crossing ability from the back line, which has often resulted in goals for his teams. In 2017, he joined Premier League side Manchester City on a three-year contract with an aim to win trophies both domestically and internationally.

14. David Ginola

Midfielder

David Ginola Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1985–1988: Toulon: 82: (4)
  • 1988–1990: RC Paris: 61: (8)
  • 1990–1992: Brest: 50: (14)
  • 1992–1995: Paris Saint-Germain: 115: (33)
  • 1995–1997: Newcastle United: 58: (6)
  • 1997–2000: Tottenham Hotspur: 100: (13)
  • 2000–2002: Aston Villa: 32: (3)
  • 2002: Everton: 5: (0)
  • Total: : 503: (81)
  • 1990–1995: France: 17: (3)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

David Ginola is a French professional footballer who played as a winger and midfielder. He started his career at Lille before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 1992 for £1 million.

He won the Premier League title with both Spurs and Marseille, and was also part of the France team that reached the 1998 World Cup final. After retiring from playing he began working as a TV pundit and worked on ITV's coverage of Euro 2016.

In October 2017, he was announced as head coach of AS Monaco FC.[4] On 26 October 2018, it was announced that Ginola had stepped down from his role with AS Monaco FC due to personal reasons.[5] Senior club appearances only David Ginola was a brilliant footballer who spent his entire career playing in France.

He started out at Toulon and then played for RC Paris before moving to PSG. He had an incredible stint with Spurs, scoring 100 goals in 133 appearances between 1997 and 2000. In 2002 he moved to Everton but only managed 5 goals in 8 appearances before retiring from football later that year.

15. Mousa Dembélé

Midfielder

Mousa Dembélé Career

  • 2003–2004: Germinal Beerschot
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2004–2005: Germinal Beerschot: 20: (1)
  • 2005–2006: Willem II: 33: (9)
  • 2006–2010: AZ: 118: (24)
  • 2010–2012: Fulham: 62: (5)
  • 2012–2019: Tottenham Hotspur: 181: (7)
  • 2019–2022: Guangzhou City: 37: (1)
  • 2002–2003: Belgium U16: 3: (0)
  • 2003–2004: Belgium U17: 6: (1)
  • 2004: Belgium U18: 1: (1)
  • 2004–2006: Belgium U19: 12: (3)
  • 2006–2018: Belgium: 82: (5)

Dembélé is a midfielder for Belgian club Fulham and was part of the team that reached the last 16 stage of the World Cup in Russia. Dembélé started his career at Germinal Beerschot and played for Willem II before joining AZ in 2006.

He signed for Fulham in 2010 where he made 62 appearances over 5 seasons, including 41 starts, helping them to win promotion to the Premier League in 2013/14. In January 2018, Dembélé joined Liverpool from Fulham on a six-and-a-half year contract reported to be worth £100 million ($130 million).

He has represented Belgium at youth level but did not make his full international debut until 2017 when he captained them at Euro 2016 qualifiers against Gibraltar and Andorra; they lost both games 2–1 as eventual group winners went on to reach the finals tournament in France where they were knocked out by Portugal after a penalty shootout following a 0–0 draw having drawn 1–1 with Sweden earlier in their campaign (Dembele had scored an equalizer late on during regulation time).

At club level, Dembélé has been successful domestically with AZ winning three Eredivisie titles (2012, 2014, 2015) and two Dutch Cups (2011 & 2016). Additionally he has won one Belgian Championship title with Willem II (2015).[3] As well as being capped 53 times by Belgium at senior levels – scoring 7 goals – Dembele also holds several domestic records,[4][5] such as most minutes played without conceding any goals[6], fastest goal scorer[7] or player who assisted most goals.[8] Stats accurate as of 21st May 2018

16. Teddy Sheringham

Forward

Teddy Sheringham Career

  • 1982–1983: Leytonstone & Ilford
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1983–1991: Millwall: 220: (93)
  • 1985: → Aldershot (loan): 5: (0)
  • 1985: → Djurgårdens IF (loan): 21: (13)
  • 1991–1992: Nottingham Forest: 42: (14)
  • 1992–1997: Tottenham Hotspur: 166: (75)
  • 1997–2001: Manchester United: 104: (31)
  • 2001–2003: Tottenham Hotspur: 70: (22)
  • 2003–2004: Portsmouth: 32: (9)
  • 2004–2007: West Ham United: 76: (28)
  • 2007–2008: Colchester United: 19: (3)
  • Total: : 755: (288)
  • 1988: England U21: 1: (0)
  • 1993–2002: England: 51: (11)
  • 2015–2016: Stevenage
  • 2017–2018: ATK
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Teddy Sheringham is a former professional footballer who played as a striker. He started his career at Leytonstone & Ilford before joining Millwall in 1983.

He was part of the team that won the FA Cup in 1988 and reached the UEFA Champions League semi-finals in 1990, both while playing for Manchester United. In 1992, he moved to Chelsea where he helped them win the league title three times and reach two more finals (1997 and 2000).

After leaving Chelsea in 2003, he spent time with Portsmouth, Southampton and Sheffield United before retiring from football later that year. In 2012, Teddy Sheringham was made an MBE for services to football after being appointed ambassador for The Football Foundation charity by then Premier League chairman Richard Scudamore Teddy currently works as a television pundit and provides commentary on matches involving his former clubs Manchester United and Chelsea

17. Robbie Keane

Forward

Robbie Keane Career

  • 1986–1990: Fettercairn YFC
  • 1990–1996: Crumlin United
  • 1996–1997: Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1997–1999: Wolverhampton Wanderers: 73: (24)
  • 1999–2000: Coventry City: 31: (12)
  • 2000–2001: Inter Milan: 6: (0)
  • 2001: → Leeds United (loan): 18: (9)
  • 2001–2002: Leeds United: 28: (4)
  • 2002–2008: Tottenham Hotspur: 197: (80)
  • 2008–2009: Liverpool: 19: (5)
  • 2009–2011: Tottenham Hotspur: 41: (11)
  • 2010: → Celtic (loan): 16: (12)
  • 2011: → West Ham United (loan): 9: (2)
  • 2011–2016: LA Galaxy: 125: (83)
  • 2012: → Aston Villa (loan): 6: (3)
  • 2017–2018: ATK: 9: (6)
  • Total: : 578: (251)
  • : Republic of Ireland U16: :
  • : Republic of Ireland U18: :
  • : Republic of Ireland U20: :
  • 1998–2016: Republic of Ireland: 146: (68)
  • 2018: ATK (player-manager)
  • 2018–2020: Republic of Ireland (assistant)
  • 2019–2020: Middlesbrough (assistant)

Robbie Keane is an Irish international striker who played for Leeds United and Coventry City in his career. He was born on July 8, 1980 in Tallaght, Dublin and started playing football at a young age with Fettercairn YFC before moving to Crumlin United.

In 1997, he joined Wolverhampton Wanderers where he made 73 appearances over two seasons before joining Inter Milan on loan the following year. After only 18 appearances for Leeds United during the 2001–2002 season, Keane moved to Coventry City where he scored 28 goals in 38 matches over two seasons before signing for LA Galaxy in 2007.

Keane has won four Premier League titles (with Manchester United [2003], Chelsea [2004], Tottenham Hotspur [2007], and LA Galaxy [2011]) as well as three FA Cups (with Chelsea [2000], Manchester United[2006], and Tottenham Hotspur[2008]), one UEFA Champions League title (with Bayern Munich[2009]), five EFL Cup trophies (with Portsmouth[1998], Birmingham City[2001],[2003],[2005],[2010] ), an Olympic gold medal with Ireland,[1996] and a World Cup bronze medal with Republic of Ireland.[1995].

He retired from professional football after helping LA Galaxy win their fourth MLS cup title in 2018 and will now take up coaching duties within the club

18. Rafael van der Vaart

Midfielder

Rafael van der Vaart Career

  • 1987–1993: De Kennemers
  • 1993–2000: Ajax
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2000–2005: Ajax: 117: (52)
  • 2005–2008: Hamburger SV: 74: (30)
  • 2008–2010: Real Madrid: 58: (11)
  • 2010–2012: Tottenham Hotspur: 63: (24)
  • 2012–2015: Hamburger SV: 78: (16)
  • 2015–2016: Betis: 7: (0)
  • 2016–2018: Midtjylland: 17: (2)
  • 2018: Esbjerg fB: 3: (0)
  • Total: : 417: (135)
  • 1998–1999: Netherlands U17: 13: (5)
  • 1999–2000: Netherlands U19: 8: (2)
  • 2000–2001: Netherlands U21: 4: (2)
  • 2001–2013: Netherlands: 109: (25)
  • 2021–: Esbjerg fB (assistant)
  • 2022: Esbjerg fB (interim)

Rafael van der Vaart is a Dutch midfielder who previously played for Ajax, Hamburger SV and Tottenham Hotspur. Van der Vaart joined Esbjerg fB in January 2019 as an assistant coach following his retirement from playing.

Van der Vaart has represented the Netherlands at international level on several occasions, most notably during the 2006 World Cup and Euro 2008 tournaments. In 2012, he rejoined Spurs after spending two years with Real Madrid.

He left White Hart Lane in 2014 to join Hamburg but returned to England the following year when he re-signed with Tottenham Hotspur.. Van der Vaart was part of the Netherlands team that won UEFA Euro 2004 and reached the final of UEFA European Championship 2010 where they were narrowly beaten by Spain..

At club level, van der Vaart has won three Eredivisie titles (with Ajax), one Spanish Liga title (with Atlético Madrid) and one German Bundesliga title (with Bayern Munich). Van Der Vaaft has also appeared for Holland at various other major international tournaments including Copa America 2007, Confederations Cup 2009 and World Cup 2010 as well as EURO 2008 where they finished runners-up behind Spain..

He announced his retirement from professional football in January 2019 after making 115 appearances over 11 seasons which spans five different countries: The Netherlands; Germany; Spain; England & Scotland respectively...

19. Jürgen Klinsmann

Forward

Jürgen Klinsmann Career

  • 1972–1974: TB Gingen
  • 1974–1978: SC Geislingen
  • 1978–1981: Stuttgarter Kickers
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1981–1984: Stuttgarter Kickers: 61: (22)
  • 1984–1989: VfB Stuttgart: 156: (79)
  • 1989–1992: Inter Milan: 95: (34)
  • 1992–1994: Monaco: 65: (29)
  • 1994–1995: Tottenham Hotspur: 41: (20)
  • 1995–1997: Bayern Munich: 65: (31)
  • 1997–1998: Sampdoria: 8: (2)
  • 1997–1998: → Tottenham Hotspur (loan): 15: (9)
  • 2003: Orange County Blue Star: 8: (5)
  • Total: : 514: (232)
  • 1980–1981: West Germany U16: 3: (0)
  • 1984–1985: West Germany U21: 8: (3)
  • 1987–1988: West Germany Olympic: 14: (8)
  • 1987–1998: West Germany / Germany: 108: (47)
  • 2004–2006: Germany
  • 2008–2009: Bayern Munich
  • 2011–2016: United States
  • 2019–2020: Hertha BSC

Jürgen Klinsmann is a former German international footballer who played as a striker. He started his career with TB Gingen, before playing for SC Geislingen, Stuttgarter Kickers and VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga.

Klinsmann then spent five seasons at Inter Milan, where he won the Serie A title in 1989 and the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1990. He subsequently moved to Monaco and Tottenham Hotspur before joining Bayern Munich in 1997.

After leaving Bayern Munich in 2001, Klinsmann had brief spells with New York Red Bulls (2002), Real Madrid (2004) and Los Angeles Galaxy (2006). In January 2019, he was announced as the new head coach of United States national team ahead of their World Cup campaign later that year Jürgen Klinsmann was born on August 20, 1966 in Gütersloh, West Germany.

He is a German manager and former international footballer who played as a midfielder. Jürgen Klinsmann started his managerial career with the youth team at Bayern Munich before taking over as head coach of the senior squad in 2004. He later led Germany to its first championship win in 18 years and also reached the semifinals of Euro 2008. In 2009, Klinsmann left Bayern Munich to take over the reins of CA United States where he helped lead them to their first ever appearance in the CONCACAF Champions League final tournament.

However, after just one season at USA he parted ways with club citing personal reasons and returned home to manage Hertha BSC for two more seasons before departing again for FC Mexico in November 2016. After leaving Mexico midway through 2018–19 Liga MX campaign following poor results, Klinsmann announced his retirement from coaching at age 64 after winning four out of six titles as HBSC's boss including Bundesliga title twice (2015-16 & 2017-18). Returning full time into football management once again shortly thereafter with Eintracht Frankfurt until 2019 when they were relegated back down to 2nd division - having amassed 83 points - leading him away yet again due to mutual consent on May 8th 2020

20. Daniel Rose

Defender

Daniel Rose Career

  • –2006: Leeds United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2006–2007: Leeds United: 0: (0)
  • 2007–2021: Tottenham Hotspur: 156: (8)
  • 2009: → Watford (loan): 7: (0)
  • 2009: → Peterborough United (loan): 6: (0)
  • 2010–2011: → Bristol City (loan): 17: (0)
  • 2012–2013: → Sunderland (loan): 27: (1)
  • 2020: → Newcastle United (loan): 11: (0)
  • 2021–2022: Watford: 8: (0)
  • 2005–2006: England U16: 5: (0)
  • 2006–2007: England U17: 13: (0)
  • 2007–2008: England U18: 2: (0)
  • 2008–2009: England U19: 6: (1)
  • 2009–2013: England U21: 29: (3)
  • 2012: Great Britain Olympic: 4: (0)
  • 2016–2019: England: 29: (0)

Rose made his professional debut for Leeds United in 2006, and went on to make 156 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur over the next six years. He joined Watford on a season-long loan in 2009, where he played 7 times before returning to Spurs.

Rose enjoyed another successful spell with Sunderland from 2012-2013, making 27 appearances and helping them qualify for Europe for the first time in their history. Rose has since retired from football after struggling with injuries throughout his career; however, he is still involved as a coach at White Hart Lane academy.[5] Daniel Lee Rose was born on 2 July 1990 in Doncaster, England[6], and started playing football at an early age alongside older brother Richard Rose (now also a footballer).

*As of 21 January 2019 Daniel Rose was born on 6 January 1992 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. Daniel started his footballing career at the age of 7 with local club Gateshead United where he played for two seasons before joining Premier League side Newcastle United on a loan deal in 2010. In 2012, Rose made his international debut for England U21s and has since gone on to make 29 appearances for the national team including one appearance at UEFA Nations League competition. On 10 December 2018, Daniel signed a new three year contract with Watford which will keep him at Vicarage Road until 2022

21. Glenn Hoddle

Glenn Hoddle Career

  • 1970–1975: Tottenham Hotspur
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1975–1987: Tottenham Hotspur: 377: (88)
  • 1987–1991: Monaco: 69: (27)
  • 1991–1993: Swindon Town: 67: (2)
  • 1993–1995: Chelsea: 31: (1)
  • Total: : 544: (118)
  • 1976–1980: England U21: 12: (2)
  • 1979–1988[2]: England: 53: (8)
  • 1991–1993: Swindon Town (player/manager)
  • 1993–1996: Chelsea (player/manager)
  • 1996–1999: England
  • 2000–2001: Southampton
  • 2001–2003: Tottenham Hotspur
  • 2004–2006: Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Glenn Hoddle was born on October 27, 1957 in Hayes, Middlesex England. He started his career with Tottenham Hotspur in 1970 and went on to make 377 appearances for the club over a nine-year period.

In 1987, he joined Monaco and made 69 appearances before retiring from playing at the age of 32. After retirement from playing, Glenn became manager of Southampton in 1997 where he led them to promotion to the Premier League two years later.

In 2001, he took over as manager of Chelsea but lasted only six months before being sacked after poor results; this would be his last managerial role in footballing history. From 2003 until 2012, Glenn worked as a director at English side Portsmouth FC where he helped them reach the FA Cup final in 2007 but they eventually lost 3-1 against Manchester United .

Since leaving PortsmouthFC Glenn has been working as an analyst for BBC Sport covering various football tournaments around the world such as Euro 2016 and World Cups 2018 & 2022 . On February 12th 2019 it was announced that Glenn had agreed terms with LA Galaxy which will see him manage their first team starting March 1st 2020 . *Senior career includes spells at Monaco (1987–1991)

22. Danny Blanchflower

Danny Blanchflower Career

  • : Glentoran
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1946–1949: Glentoran: 124: (7)
  • 1949–1951: Barnsley: 68: (2)
  • 1951–1954: Aston Villa: 148: (10)
  • 1954–1964: Tottenham Hotspur: 337: (15)
  • 1961: → Toronto City (loan): 12: (3)
  • 1962: → Boksburg (loan): 4: (1)
  • 1965: Durban City: 3: (0)
  • Total: : 693: (38)
  • 1949–1963: Northern Ireland: 56: (2)
  • 1948–1949: Irish League XI: 4: (0)
  • 1976–1979: Northern Ireland
  • 1978–1979: Chelsea
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Danny Blanchflower was a football player who played for Glentoran and Manchester United in his career. He was born on 10 February 1926 in Belfast, Northern Ireland and died on 9 December 1993 at the age of 67.

In 1976, he won the PFA Player of the Year award after playing 38 matches and scoring nine goals for Manchester United. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest right-halfs to have ever played the game, with many calling him 'the best I've seen'.

Danny Blanchflower is commemorated by The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) with an annual awards ceremony named after him - The Danny Blanchflower Awards - which are given to players who have made significant contributions to their club or country during that year's season Danny Blanchflower was a midfielder who played for both Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.

2. He is most famous for his time at Spurs, where he formed an incredibly successful midfield partnership with Alan White. 3. After leaving Spurs in 1974, he spent two seasons playing in the US before returning to England to manage Chelsea. 4. He retired from playing in 1979 and went on to become manager of Northern Ireland later that year

23. Jan Vertonghen

Defender

Jan Vertonghen Career

  • 1997–2000: VK Tielrode
  • 2000–2003: Germinal Beerschot
  • 2003–2006: Ajax
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2006–2012: Ajax: 155: (23)
  • 2006–2007: → RKC (loan): 12: (3)
  • 2012–2020: Tottenham Hotspur: 232: (6)
  • 2020–2022: Benfica: 57: (0)
  • 2022–: Anderlecht: 8: (1)
  • 2002: Belgium U16: 6: (1)
  • 2006–2009: Belgium U21: 23: (0)
  • 2007–: Belgium: 145: (9)

Jan Vertonghen is a Belgian footballer who currently plays for Anderlecht in the Belgian Pro League. He started his career at Dutch club VK Tielrode before moving to Belgium to play for Germinal Beerschot and then Ajax.

At international level, Vertonghen has represented Belgium at every level from under-17s to senior squad, making him one of the most capped players in his country's history. In 2011 he joined Tottenham Hotspur where he made over 200 appearances and helped them win the Premier League title in 2012/13 and the FA Cup in 2014/15.

After leaving Spurs, Vertonghen signed with Anderlecht where he has won two successive league titles (2017–18 & 2018–19). He was also part of Belgium's team that reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 where they were eliminated by eventual winners Portugal on penalties after a 0-0 draw following extra time; this was their first ever appearance in a European semi-final tournament .

Jan Vertonghen is an experienced defender whose versatility means that he can be used as either a central or defensive midfielder if needed.[4]

24. Aaron Lennon

Midfielder

Aaron Lennon Career

  • 2001–2003: Leeds United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2003–2005: Leeds United: 38: (1)
  • 2005–2015: Tottenham Hotspur: 266: (26)
  • 2015: → Everton (loan): 14: (2)
  • 2015–2018: Everton: 51: (5)
  • 2018–2020: Burnley: 46: (1)
  • 2020–2021: Kayserispor: 36: (0)
  • 2021–2022: Burnley: 28: (2)
  • Total: : 479: (37)
  • 2003: England U17: 1: (0)
  • 2004–2006: England U19: 15: (0)
  • 2005–2008: England U21: 5: (0)
  • 2006–2007: England B: 2: (0)
  • 2006–2013: England: 21: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Aaron Lennon was born in Leeds, England on April 16th 1987. He started his career at Leeds United before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 2003. Aaron has played for England at youth level and made his senior debut with Tottenham in 2005.

In total, he has made 138 appearances for Spurs scoring 10 goals during that time span.

Aaron left Tottenham this past summer to join Championship side Burnley.

While with Burnley,Aaron is looking to help the team gain promotion back into the Premier League

Aaron is a winger who typically plays as an attacking midfielder or second striker on the pitch.

Lennon is known for his speed and ability to beat defenders one-on-one.

Despite being 36 years old, Aaron still possesses plenty of speed and skill which make him a dangerous player on the field

25. Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte Career

  • 1982–1988: Lecce
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1985–1991: Lecce: 81: (1)
  • 1991–2004: Juventus: 296: (29)
  • Total: : 377: (30)
  • 1994–2000: Italy: 20: (2)
  • 2005–2006: Siena (assistant)
  • 2006: Arezzo
  • 2007: Arezzo
  • 2007–2009: Bari
  • 2009–2010: Atalanta
  • 2010–2011: Siena
  • 2011–2014: Juventus
  • 2014–2016: Italy
  • 2016–2018: Chelsea
  • 2019–2021: Inter Milan
  • 2021–: Tottenham Hotspur

Antonio Conte is a former Italian footballer and current head coach of Tottenham Hotspur. He began his career at Lecce, before moving to Juventus in 1991.

In 2004, he left Serie A side Juve to join Chelsea where he won the Premier League title in 2005/06 and FA Cup in 2007/08. After two years with Chelsea, Conte joined Rome-based club SSC Napoli, who he led to consecutive Coppa Italia titles in 2009 and 2010 before leaving for England once again in 2011 when he signed for Juventus on a three year deal worth £10million (€12million).

Under Conte's management, Juventus reached the Champions League Final twice – losing both times to Barcelona – as well as winning four successive league titles from 2013–16; also reaching the Europa League final during that time period. Following another successful season domestically with Juventus which ended with them retaining their Serie A title by an eight point margin over Roma,[4] Antonio Conte was named Italy manager on 2 June 2016 following Cesare Prandelli's resignation after Euro 2016 qualification failure.[5][6] The team qualified for the 2018 World Cup having finished top of Group G.[7] Conte has also represented Italy at international level, making 20 appearances between 1994 and 2000

26. Dimitar Berbatov

Forward

Dimitar Berbatov Career

  • 1991–1998: Pirin Blagoevgrad
  • 1998: CSKA Sofia
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1998–2001: CSKA Sofia: 50: (26)
  • 2001: Bayer Leverkusen II: 7: (6)
  • 2001–2006: Bayer Leverkusen: 154: (69)
  • 2006–2008: Tottenham Hotspur: 70: (27)
  • 2008–2012: Manchester United: 108: (48)
  • 2012–2014: Fulham: 51: (19)
  • 2014–2015: Monaco: 38: (13)
  • 2015–2016: PAOK: 17: (4)
  • 2017–2018: Kerala Blasters: 9: (1)
  • Total: : 504: (213)
  • 1999: Bulgaria U18: 2: (2)
  • 1999–2000: Bulgaria U21: 3: (3)
  • 1999–2010: Bulgaria: 78: (48)
  • 2021: Etar (assistant)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Dimitar Berbatov is a striker who has played for several teams in his career. He started out with Pirin Blagoevgrad, before moving to CSKA Sofia in 1998.

In 2001, he moved to Manchester United and went on to score over 100 goals for the club. After leaving Manchester United in 2007, he had spells at Fulham and Tottenham Hotspur before returning to Bulgaria and joining Litex Lovech in 2015.

Dimitar Berbatov was named Bulgarian Footballer of the Year six times between 2002 and 2012, as well as being voted European Golden Boot recipient twice (in 2006 and 2008). He represented Bulgaria at Euro 2004 where they reached the quarter-finals but were knocked out by eventual winners France; also playing at the 2010 World Cup which they exited after losing their opening game against Algeria 1–0[5]

27. Dele Alli

Midfielder

Dele Alli Career

  • : City Colts
  • 2007–2011: Milton Keynes Dons
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2011–2015: Milton Keynes Dons: 62: (18)
  • 2015–2022: Tottenham Hotspur: 181: (51)
  • 2015: → Milton Keynes Dons (loan): 12: (4)
  • 2022–: Everton: 13: (0)
  • 2022–: → Beşiktaş (loan): 7: (1)
  • 2012–2013: England U17: 9: (0)
  • 2014: England U18: 2: (0)
  • 2014: England U19: 4: (0)
  • 2015: England U21: 2: (0)
  • 2015–2019: England: 37: (3)

Dele Alli is a 26-year-old English attacking midfielder who currently plays for Beşiktaş on loan from Everton. Dele Alli made his professional debut with Milton Keynes Dons in 2011 and went on to make 62 appearances for the club over two seasons.

After impressing at youth level with City Colts, Dele Alli signed for Tottenham Hotspur in January 2015 and has since made over 150 Premier League appearances, scoring 27 goals. Dele Alli is a talented young English footballer who has impressed for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League and UEFA Nations League.

Dele Alli was born on 8 January 1995, in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. Dele Alli began his professional career at MK Dons before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 2015. He made his debut for Spurs during the 2014–15 season and has since established himself as one of the club's key players. Dele Alli has represented England at youth level and played twice for the U21 side, including an appearance at UEFA Euro 2017 where they reached the semi-finals.

In 2018 he won both The PFA Young Player of the Year award and Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year award - making him only the third player ever to win both awards. Dele Alli is contracted to Spurs until 2020 and is expected to continue playing football well into his thirties.

28. Chris Waddle

Midfielder

Chris Waddle Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1978–1980: Tow Law Town: :
  • 1980–1985: Newcastle United: 170: (46)
  • 1985–1989: Tottenham Hotspur: 138: (33)
  • 1989–1992: Marseille: 107: (22)
  • 1992–1996: Sheffield Wednesday: 109: (10)
  • 1996: Falkirk: 4: (1)
  • 1996–1997: Bradford City: 25: (6)
  • 1997: Sunderland: 7: (1)
  • 1997–1998: Burnley: 32: (1)
  • 1998: Torquay United: 7: (0)
  • 2000–2002: Worksop Town: 60: (3)
  • 2002: Glapwell: 2: (0)
  • 2002: Stocksbridge Park Steels: 1: (0)
  • 2013–2014: Hallam: 1: (0)
  • Total: : 663: (126)
  • 1984: England U21: 1: (1)
  • 1985–1991: England: 62: (6)
  • 1997–1998: Burnley
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Chris Waddle was a highly productive winger and attacking midfielder during his career. He started his career at Tow Law Town before moving to Newcastle United in 1980.

Waddle spent six seasons with Tottenham Hotspur, helping the club win three Premier League titles and two FA Cups between 1985 and 1989. After leaving Spurs, he joined Marseille in 1992 where he won the French Cup that year as well as another league title in 1995.

He then moved to Sheffield Wednesday where he stayed for four years before retiring in 1996 at the age of 34 due to injury problems sustained while playing for England at Euro 96 that year.[1] Chris Waddle is a former English football player who played as a midfielder.

Chris Waddle made his professional debut with Norwich City in 1984 and went on to play for several other clubs, including Bradford City, Sunderland, Burnley, Torquay United and Glapwell. He retired from playing after the 2002 season and later managed Hallam between 2013-2014 before being sacked in February of that year.

In 2006 he was diagnosed with leukaemia but has since recovered fully and continues to work as a football pundit for various networks around the world.

29. Edgar Davids

Midfielder

Edgar Davids Career

  • 1985–1991: Ajax
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1991–1996: Ajax: 106: (20)
  • 1996–1998: Milan: 19: (0)
  • 1998–2004: Juventus: 159: (8)
  • 2004: → Barcelona (loan): 18: (1)
  • 2004–2005: Internazionale: 14: (0)
  • 2005–2007: Tottenham Hotspur: 40: (1)
  • 2007–2009: Ajax: 25: (1)
  • 2010: Crystal Palace: 6: (0)
  • 2012–2014: Barnet: 36: (1)
  • Total: : 423: (32)
  • 1992–1994: Netherlands U-21: 8: (1)
  • 1994–2005: Netherlands: 74: (6)
  • 2012–2014: Barnet
  • 2020–2021: Telstar (assistant)
  • 2021: Olhanense
  • 2022–: Netherlands (assistant)

Davids is a former Dutch international and assistant manager who played for Ajax and Milan before joining Juventus. Davids was born in Suriname, but grew up in the Netherlands.

After leaving Juve, Davids moved to Barcelona where he spent two seasons on loan before returning to Italy with Internazionale. He retired from football in 2006 at the age of 29 after playing 159 league games for Juventus, Ajax and Milan combined as well as representing his country at various levels including three World Cups (1998, 2002 and 2010).

Since retiring from playing football, Davids has worked as an assistant manager with both Ajax and the Netherlands national team although he left his role at Barca earlier this year due to injury.. Edgar Steven Davids was elected into the Amsterdam Sports Hall of Fame in December 2017.[4] In September 2018 it was announced that Edgar Steven Davids would become Assistant Manager of FC Groningen starting from October 1st.[5]

30. Lucas Moura

Forward

Lucas Moura Career

  • 1999–2002: Juventus-SP
  • 2002–2005: Corinthians
  • 2005–2010: São Paulo
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2010–2012: São Paulo: 74: (19)
  • 2013–2018: Paris Saint-Germain: 153: (34)
  • 2018–: Tottenham Hotspur: 145: (19)
  • 2011–2012: Brazil U20: 9: (4)
  • 2012: Brazil U23: 5: (1)
  • 2011–2018: Brazil: 35: (4)

Lucas Moura is a Brazilian winger who signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 2020. Moura started his career with Juventus-SP before moving to Corinthians in 2005.

Moura made 74 appearances for São Paulo between 2010 and 2012, scoring 19 goals. Lucas Moura joined Spurs in 2020 and will hope to make an impact at the club Lucas Moura is a versatile attacking midfielder who has played for Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur.

Lucas Moura started his career with Sao Paulo before transferring to Paris Saint-Germain in 2013. He made an immediate impact, winning the FIFA Confederations Cup with Brazil in 2013. Lucas Moura represented Brazil at the 2012 Olympic Games, where they reached the semi-finals but were eliminated by Spain.

In 2018, he joined Tottenham Hotspur on a £30 million transfer fee and became their first Brazilian player ever signed by a British club. Lucas Moura has been regularly called up to represent Brazil since making his international debut in 2011, and was part of their squad for the 2018 World Cup which they won after beating Croatia 4–2 in the final.

31. Dave Mackay

Dave Mackay Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1953–1959: Heart of Midlothian: 135: (25)
  • 1959–1968: Tottenham Hotspur: 268: (42)
  • 1968–1971: Derby County: 122: (5)
  • 1971–1972: Swindon Town: 26: (1)
  • Total: : 601: (82)
  • 1954–1958[5]: Scotland U23: 4: (1)
  • 1957–1965: Scotland: 22: (4)
  • 1957–1958: Scottish League XI: 3: (0)
  • 1958[6]: SFL trial v SFA: 1: (0)
  • 1959–1962[7][8]: SFA trial v SFL: 3: (2)
  • 1971–1972: Swindon Town
  • 1972–1973: Nottingham Forest
  • 1973–1976: Derby County
  • 1977–1978: Walsall
  • 1978: Al-Arabi Kuwait
  • 1983: Al-Shabab
  • 1987: Al-Arabi Kuwait
  • 1987–1989: Doncaster Rovers
  • 1989–1991: Birmingham City
  • 1991–1993: Zamalek
  • 1994–1995: Qatar
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

David Mackay was born in 1934 and spent his entire senior career with Tottenham Hotspur. He made his debut for Hearts in 1953 and went on to play 268 games for the club, scoring 82 goals.

In 1959, he moved to Spurs and won the League Cup twice (1962 & 1967) before retiring at the end of the 1971 season. After hanging up his boots, he became a coach at Derby County where he worked until 2002.

David Mackay passed away aged 80 after a long illness in 2015 Mackay was a Scottish international player who played for Scotland under-23s in 1954 before moving to play in the Scottish League XI. Mackay managed Swindon Town and Nottingham Forest, but is best known for his time as Derby County manager from 1973 until 1976.

Mackay also had spells managing Al-Arabi Kuwait and Doncaster Rovers, among others. He retired from management after guiding Zamalek to victory in the Egyptian Premier League championship in 1995.

32. Osvaldo Ardiles

Osvaldo Ardiles Career

  • : Instituto de Córdoba
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1973: Instituto de Córdoba: 14: (3)
  • 1974: Belgrano: 16: (2)
  • 1975–1978: Huracán: 109: (11)
  • 1978–1988: Tottenham Hotspur: 238: (16)
  • 1982–1983: → Paris Saint-Germain (loan): 14: (1)
  • 1985: → St George FC (loan): 1: (0)
  • 1988: Blackburn Rovers: 5: (0)
  • 1988–1989: Queens Park Rangers: 8: (0)
  • 1989: Fort Lauderdale Strikers: 5: (1)
  • 1989–1991: Swindon Town: 2: (0)
  • Total: : 412: (34)
  • 1975–1982: Argentina: 51: (8)
  • 1989–1991: Swindon Town
  • 1991–1992: Newcastle United
  • 1992–1993: West Bromwich Albion
  • 1993–1994: Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1995: Guadalajara
  • 1996–1998: Shimizu S-Pulse
  • 1999: Croatia Zagreb
  • 2000–2001: Yokohama F. Marinos
  • 2001: Al-Ittihad SC Aleppo
  • 2002–2003: Racing Club
  • 2003–2005: Tokyo Verdy
  • 2006: Beitar Jerusalem
  • 2007: Huracán
  • 2008: Cerro Porteño
  • 2012: FC Machida Zelvia
  • 2013: Malaysia

Osvaldo Ardiles was born on August 3, 1952 in Cordoba, Argentina. He started his career with Instituto de Córdoba and then moved to Belgrano before joining Huracán and Tottenham Hotspur.

Ardiles won the Copa Libertadores with Tottenham in 1982 and 1984, as well as the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup with them in 1985. He played for Blackburn Rovers between 1988 and 1989 before retiring from football at the age of 36.

Ardiles became manager of Real Madrid Castilla following his retirement from playing football but he was sacked after just six months in charge due to poor results. In 2016, Osvaldo Ardiles was named president of CONMEBOL where he served until 2019 when he resigned from his post citing health reasons.[2] Osvaldo Ardiles has been married twice; firstly to Silvia Santamaría (from 1977 until their divorce in 1990) and secondly to Matilde Díaz (from 2001 until her death on May 30th 2018).

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33. Cliff Jones

Cliff Jones Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1952–1958: Swansea Town: 168: (47)
  • 1958–1968: Tottenham Hotspur: 318: (135)
  • 1968–1970: Fulham: 25: (2)
  • 1970–1971: King's Lynn: :
  • 1971: Bedford Town: :
  • 1954–1969: Wales: 59: (16)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Cliff Jones was a Welsh winger who played for Everton and England. He is best known for his time at Everton, where he helped the team to win the FA Cup in 1968 and 1969.

He later played for Barcelona before retiring in 1973. After retirement, Jones worked as a television pundit and coach. In 2010, he was made an honorary citizen of Swansea by the city's mayor Cliff Jones was a Welsh international and played for Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea Town and Fulham.

Cliff Jones was inducted into the Welsh Football Hall of Fame in 2007. Cliff Jones is considered one of the greatest defenders to have played in English football history and he won two league titles with Spurs as well as three FA Cups during his time at White Hart Lane. He also made 59 appearances for Wales between 1954-1969, including helping the nation qualify for their first ever World Cup in 1958 which they went on to win.

After retiring from playing professionally, Cliff Jones became manager of Bedford Town before later becoming assistant manager at Bolton Wanderers

34. Darren Anderton

Darren Anderton Career

  • 1985–1987: Itchen Saints
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1990–1992: Portsmouth: 62: (7)
  • 1992–2004: Tottenham Hotspur: 299: (34)
  • 2004–2005: Birmingham City: 20: (3)
  • 2005–2006: Wolverhampton Wanderers: 24: (1)
  • 2006–2008: AFC Bournemouth: 66: (12)
  • Total: : 471: (57)
  • 1992–1993: England U21: 12: (5)
  • 1998: England B: 1: (0)
  • 1994–2001: England: 30: (7)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Darren Anderton was born on March 3, 1972 in Southampton, England. He started his career playing for Itchen Saints before moving to Manchester United in 1992.

He won the Premier League title twice with Manchester United (1996 and 2001) and also lifted the Champions League trophy in 1999. In 2003, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he spent five seasons before retiring in 2009 at age 36 due to a knee injury sustained during a match against Arsenal Fc..

Darren Anderton was named Footballer of the Year by both PFA and The Guardian after helping Spurs win their first ever FA Cup in 2005 as well as finishing runner-up in both the English Premier League (2003–05) and UEFA Champions League (2000). After retirement from professional football, he has since worked as an ambassador for several charities including work with UNICEF UK.[1]

35. Martin Chivers

Martin Chivers Career

  • 1961–1962: CPC Sports
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1962–1968: Southampton[1]: 175: (96)
  • 1968–1976: Tottenham Hotspur: 278: (118)
  • 1976–1978: Servette: 66: (33)
  • 1978–1979: Norwich City: 11: (4)
  • 1979–1980: Brighton & Hove Albion: 5: (1)
  • 1980: Dorchester Town: 5: (3)
  • 1980: → Frankston City (loan): 2: (0)
  • 1981–1982: Vard Haugesund: 2: (0)
  • 1982–1983: Barnet: 10: (0)
  • Total: : 546: (255)
  • 1971–1973: England: 24: (13)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Martin Chivers was born on 27 April 1945 in Southampton, England. He started his career with CPC Sports in 1961 and went on to play for several teams over the course of his career including Southampton, Bolton Wanderers, Ipswich Town, Sheffield United and Leicester City.

Martin is best known for scoring goals during his professional footballing career which spanned from the 1960s to the 1980s. In total he scored 96 goals in 292 appearances throughout his playing days - making him one of the most prolific scorers in English football history.

Martin retired from professional football in 1988 but continues to act as a pundit and ambassador for various charitiesincluding Oxfam UKand Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity . He has also written two autobiographies - "Inverting The Pyramid" (1998) and "Tides Of Change" (2010).

36. Pierre-Emile Højbjerg

Midfielder

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg Career

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg was born on 5 August 1995 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He started his youth career with BK Skjold before joining KB in 2009. In 2012 he moved to Brøndby IF where he played until 2017 when Tottenham Hotspur signed him up as their fifth signing of the summer transfer window.

Pierre-Emile is a midfielder and has represented Denmark at both U17 and U19 level but has yet to make an appearance for the senior team. As of 23 July 2018, Pierre-Emille has made one Premier League appearance for Tottenham Hotspur coming off the bench against Manchester City; Spurs lost 3–1.[3] Pierre-Emile Højbjerg started his senior career with Bayern Munich II in the 2012–2014 season.

He joined Schalke 04 on loan in 2015 and spent two seasons there before joining Southampton permanently in 2016. Pierre-Emile Højbjerg has played for Denmark at every level from U16 to U21, making 63 appearances and scoring 5 goals between them. His international debut came against Sweden in October 2010 and he has gone on to make 43 appearances and score 4 goals since then

37. Bobby Smith

Bobby Smith Career

  • : Redcar Boys Club
  • : Chelsea
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1950–1955: Chelsea: 74: (23)
  • 1955–1964: Tottenham Hotspur: 271: (176)
  • 1964–1965: Brighton & Hove Albion: 31: (19)
  • 1965–1967: Hastings United: :
  • 1960–1963: England: 15: (13)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Bobby Smith was a talented and successful centre-forward during his playing days. He made over 500 appearances in the English football league, which is a testament to his talent and consistency.

He also enjoyed some success on the international stage, representing England at both junior and senior level. After retirement from professional football, Bobby became involved in coaching and management roles within the game of soccer.

In 2008 he was given an honorary degree by Leeds University for his contribution to English football as well as his charity work with children's charities throughout the UK. His death was announced shortly after he had been hospitalised with cancer; he passed away just shy of his 78th birthday after a long battle with illness Bobby Smith was born on January 10th, 1932 in Redcar, North Yorkshire.

He played for Chelsea from 1950-1955 before moving to Tottenham Hotspur where he made 271 appearances over the following 7 years. He then spent 3 years with Brighton & Hove Albion before joining Hastings United in 1967 where he finished his career a year later at the age of 36. Bobby Smith represented England at international level between 1960 and 1963 scoring 15 goals in total during that time span.

After retirement from playing football, Bobby Smith became a coach working with various clubs including West Ham United and Wigan Athletic amongst others before retiring once again in 1999 after coaching non-league side Stanningley FC to promotion back into the Football League Division One South

38. Gary Mabbutt

Gary Mabbutt Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1979–1982: Bristol Rovers: 131: (10)
  • 1982–1998: Tottenham Hotspur: 477: (27)
  • Total: : 608: (37)
  • 1982–1992: England: 16: (1)
  • 1982–1986: England U21: 7: (2)
  • 1984–1992[2]: England B: 9: (1)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Gary Mabbutt is a former English professional footballer who played as a defender. He made over 350 appearances in the Football League and Premier Division, most notably for Bristol City and Watford.

After retiring from playing, he became a football coach with several clubs including Walsall, Burton Albion and Tamworth United. In 2006, he was appointed manager of non-league side Weston-super-Mare but resigned after just eight games in charge due to personal reasons.

He currently works as an administrator at AFC Bournemouth where he has been since December 2009.[1] Mabbutt was born on January 2, 1962 in Bristol, England. Mabbutt made his professional debut with Bristol Rovers in 1979 and went on to play for Tottenham Hotspur from 1982-1998 where he amassed a total of 608 appearances and 37 goals.

Mabbett played 16 times for the England national team between 1982-1992 and also represented England U21s 7 times and England B 9 times during his career. Gary retired from playing in 1998 but continues to work as a football analyst for BBC Sport, ITV News Channel, Sky Sports Premier League coverage, Match of the Day magazine and various other outlets across Europe.

Gary is married to wife Julie who has two children together - Tom (born 1990) & Lilli (born 1995). They reside near Wolverhampton where they are both employed at Jaguar Land Rover’s production facility as engineers/technologists

39. Eric Dier

Defender

Eric Dier Career

  • 2003–2012: Sporting CP
  • 2011–2012: → Everton (loan)
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2012–2014: Sporting CP B: 16: (2)
  • 2012–2014: Sporting CP: 27: (1)
  • 2014–: Tottenham Hotspur: 254: (12)
  • 2011: England U18: 1: (0)
  • 2012–2013: England U19: 8: (0)
  • 2013–2014: England U20: 6: (0)
  • 2013–2015: England U21: 9: (0)
  • 2015–: England: 49: (3)

Eric Dier is a defensive midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur. He was born in England and started his career at Sporting CP before moving to Everton on loan.

Eric Dier has made 16 appearances for Tottenham since joining them in 2012, scoring two goals. Eric Dier is a central defender who plays for English club Tottenham Hotspur.

He has represented his country at various levels, including under-18s, 19s, 20s and 21s. Eric Dier was born in Portugal but moved to England as a child and started playing football at the age of eight with local side Sporting CP.

After impressing on loan spells at several clubs, he joined Spurs in 2014 and made an immediate impact by winning promotion to the Premier League that year. In 2016–17 he won his first trophy with Spurs when they defeated Manchester City in the FA Cup final; this was followed by another FA Cup victory the following season.

Eric Dier has also played for England's national team on multiple occasions, most notably at UEFA Euro 2016 where they reached the semi-finals before losing to Croatia.. In 2018 he helped Tottenham win their fifth consecutive Premier League title

40. Cyril Knowles

Defender

Career

  • : Hemsworth F.C.
  • : Monckton Colliery Welfare
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1963–1964: Middlesbrough: 39: (1)
  • 1964–1976: Tottenham Hotspur: 402: (15)
  • Total: : 441: (16)
  • 1967–1968: England: 4: (0)
  • 1983–1987: Darlington
  • 1987–1989: Torquay United
  • 1989–1991: Hartlepool United
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Cyril Knowles was a left-back who played for Hemsworth F.C., Monckton Colliery Welfare, and Middlesbrough in his youth career. Cyril Knowles died from liver cancer at the age of 47 in 1991.

Cyril Knowles is best remembered for his time with Middlesbrough, where he made over 150 appearances between 1967 and 1978. After retiring from playing football, Cyril Knowle worked as a coach at several clubs before taking up a position with the English national team in 1984.

Cyril Knowles was posthumously inducted into the Hall of Fame by Middlesbrough FC in 2002 Cyril Knowles was a midfielder for Middlesbrough and Tottenham Hotspur during his senior career. He made 16 appearances for England between 1967-1968, scoring 4 goals. Cyril started his managerial career at Darlington in 1983 before moving to Torquay United the following year.

In 1989 he was appointed manager of Hartlepool United where he remained until 1991 when he left to take over at Sheffield Wednesday. After leaving Sheffield Wednesday, Cyril had a short spell as assistant coach with Portsmouth before returning to manage Darlington again from 1995-1996 season onwards until 1998 when they were relegated out of the Football League Division Two after finishing bottom of the league table on goal difference despite having played more games than both Walsall and Shrewsbury Town who finished first and second respectively due to them winning their play off matches (Walsall's opponents Didcot Town withdrew from the play off).

He then managed Scarborough for 2 years either side of coaching Crystal Palace 'B' team but resigned from that post in 2006 citing personal reasons though it is widely believed that unpaid tax debts may have been one factor behind this decision (). Shortly afterwards ,he retired completely from football management although has since rejoined Darlington as an advisor/mentor role (). In total Cyril made 440 appearances in all competitions playing predominantly midfield but also occasionally appearing at full back or up front depending on what formation was being used by his respective club (although never starting a game there). Consequently, he holds records for most competitive games played by an English player (438) and most appearances overall (1602).

As well as representing England at international level, Cyril won two caps while playing for Middlesbrough; against Scotland on 11 March 1969 and Wales on 17 April 1970

41. Michael Carrick

Midfielder

Michael Carrick Career

  • 1986–1997: Wallsend Boys Club
  • 1997–1999: West Ham United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1999–2004: West Ham United: 136: (6)
  • 1999: → Swindon Town (loan): 6: (2)
  • 2000: → Birmingham City (loan): 2: (0)
  • 2004–2006: Tottenham Hotspur: 64: (2)
  • 2006–2018: Manchester United: 316: (17)
  • Total: : 524: (27)
  • : England U18: 4: (0)
  • 2000–2003: England U21: 14: (2)
  • 2006: England B: 1: (0)
  • 2001–2015: England: 34: (0)
  • 2021: Manchester United (caretaker)
  • 2022–: Middlesbrough
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Michael Carrick is a midfielder for Middlesbrough, and has been with the club since 2006. He started his career at West Ham United in 1997 before joining Manchester United in 2004.

At Manchester United, he became an important part of the team and won several trophies, including two Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2008. In January 2017, he announced that he would be retiring from professional football at the end of the season.

He was named as head coach of Middlesbrough on 1 October 2018.[3] Michael Carrick is married to Michelle Wie and they have three children together: George (born 2009), John (born 2012) and Louisa (born 2016). His son John was born with cerebral palsy[4], but has made great progress thanks to regular physiotherapy sessions.[5] Michael Carrick is a retired English professional footballer who played as a central midfielder for Manchester United and the England national team.

Carrick started his career at West Ham United, before going on to play for Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United. He was part of the England side that won the 2006 World Cup and reached two Champions League finals with United. After retiring from playing, Carrick took up coaching roles with both Middlesbrough and Manchester United's academy sides. In December 2018 he was appointed manager of Portugal's second club Braga following the sacking of Paulo Fonseca. Michael Carrick has been married to childhood sweetheart Jesús since 2002, they have two daughters together: Isabella (born 2004) and Ivy Rose (born 2007).

The couple announced their separation in October 2019 after eight years of marriage..

42. Alan Gilzean

Alan Gilzean Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1957–1964: Dundee: 190: (169)
  • 1964–1974: Tottenham Hotspur: 343: (93)
  • 1974–1975: Highlands Park: :
  • Total: : 533+: (262+)
  • 1960–1964: Scottish League XI[3]: 3: (1)
  • 1961–1962: Scotland under-23: 3: (0)
  • 1962[4]: SFA trial v SFL: 1: (2)
  • 1963–1971: Scotland: 22: (12)
  • 1975–1976: Stevenage Athletic
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Alan Gilzean was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a striker. He began his career with Celtic, before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 1961.

He spent eleven years at the club, winning two League Championships and an FA Cup. Gilzean then moved to Arsenal, where he won another FA Cup and three League titles over the next four seasons.

He retired from football in 1974 after playing for Swindon Town. After retiring from football, Gilzean became a sports commentator for BBC Sport.[1] In 2018 he died aged 79 after suffering from cancer.[3] Gilzean was born on February 26, 1941 in Dundee, Scotland.

He started playing football at the age of six for his local club and went on to play for several other Scottish clubs including Dundee United, Rangers, Airdrieonians and Falkirk. Gilzean made his international debut for Scotland in 1960 and played until 1971 scoring 22 goals in total.

After retiring from playing he managed Stevenage Athletic before taking over as manager of Aberdeen where he spent three years with the club winning two Scottish Premier League titles consecutively (1996-1998).

43. Jermain Defoe

Forward

Jermain Defoe Career

  • : Senrab
  • 1997–1999: Charlton Athletic
  • 1999: West Ham United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1999–2004: West Ham United: 93: (29)
  • 2000–2001: → AFC Bournemouth (loan): 29: (18)
  • 2004–2008: Tottenham Hotspur: 139: (43)
  • 2008: → Portsmouth (loan): 1: (1)
  • 2008–2009: Portsmouth: 30: (14)
  • 2009–2014: Tottenham Hotspur: 135: (47)
  • 2014: Toronto FC: 19: (11)
  • 2014: → Tottenham Hotspur (loan): 2: (1)
  • 2015–2017: Sunderland: 87: (34)
  • 2017–2020: AFC Bournemouth: 28: (4)
  • 2019–2020: → Rangers (loan): 37: (21)
  • 2020–2022: Rangers: 17: (4)
  • 2022: Sunderland: 7: (0)
  • Total: : 624: (227)
  • : England U16: 8: (0)
  • 2000–2001: England U18: 7: (0)
  • 2001–2003: England U21: 23: (7)
  • 2004–2017: England: 57: (20)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Jermain Defoe is a retired English professional footballer who played as a striker. He started out his career at Charlton Athletic, and joined West Ham United in 1999.

In 2004, he left the Premier League to join Portsmouth, before returning to England with Tottenham Hotspur in 2007. Defoe then signed for Sunderland in 2011 before retiring from football later that year.

Defoe has represented England at international level on multiple occasions and was part of their squad that won the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign under Sven-Göran Eriksson. He announced his retirement from international football in March 2017 following non-selection for Gareth Southgate's 23 man squad for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia respectively.[4] Defoe also works as an ambassador for several charities including The Jermain Defoe Foundation which primarily helps disadvantaged young people achieve their sporting potential through training programmes.[5] * denotes senior club appearances only

44. Rodrigo Bentancur

Midfielder

Rodrigo Bentancur Career

  • 2009–2015: Boca Juniors
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2015–2017: Boca Juniors: 51: (1)
  • 2017–2022: Juventus: 133: (2)
  • 2022–: Tottenham Hotspur: 31: (5)
  • 2017: Uruguay U20: 14: (1)
  • 2017–: Uruguay: 54: (1)

Rodrigo Bentancur was born on 25 June 1997 in Nueva Helvecia, Uruguay. He started his career with Boca Juniors before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 2017.

Bentancur is a midfielder and has played for Uruguay at youth level. He made his professional debut for Spurs in the EFL Cup against Mansfield Town on 27 October 2017 and scored the winning goal.[4] Bentancur is considered one of Tottenham's most exciting prospects due to his speed, technical ability, and goalscoring potential.[5] He signed a new five-year contract with Tottenham in December 2018[6].

Rodrigo Bentancur is a versatile midfielder who can play in either of the midfield positions. He has been a regular starter for Juventus since joining them in 2017, and has scored 133 goals in total for the club. Rodrigo Bentancur was part of Uruguay's U20 team that won the South American Championship in 2017. He started his career with Boca Juniors before moving to Juventus and playing an important role for them over the past few years.

45. Ben Davies

Defender

Ben Davies Career

  • 2000–2001: Swansea City
  • 2001–2004: Viborg FF
  • 2004–2012: Swansea City
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2012–2014: Swansea City: 71: (3)
  • 2014–: Tottenham Hotspur: 192: (6)
  • 2011–2012: Wales U19: 3: (0)
  • 2012–: Wales: 77: (1)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:53, 4 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 12:10, 29 November 2022 (UTC)

Ben Davies is a Welsh defender who currently plays for Tottenham Hotspur. Ben Davies was born in Neath, Wales on April 24th 1993 and started playing football at the age of six with his local club side Gowerton United.

After impressing during trials with Swansea City and Cardiff City, Ben Davies signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 2009 as an apprentice player and made his first-team debut against Newcastle United two years later. In total, Ben Davies has made over 100 appearances for Spurs across all competitions including Champions League matches where he has played a vital role defensively alongside Hugo Lloris .

The 29-year old defender is contracted to Spurs until 2020 and looks set to be part of Mauricio Pochettino's defence for many years to come Ben Davies is a Welsh international midfielder who has played for Swansea City and Tottenham Hotspur. He started his career at Swansea before moving to Spurs in 2014. Ben Davies is known for his passing ability, as well as his tackling and interceptions. He made 71 appearances for Swansea City between 2000-2001 and 2004-2012, before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 2014.

Davies won three caps with Wales U19s in 2011-2012, before making 77 appearances and scoring one goal for Wales since 2012

46. Heurelho Gomes

Goalkeeper

Heurelho Gomes Career

  • 1999–2001: Democrata SL[3]
  • 2001: Cruzeiro
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2002–2004: Cruzeiro: 59: (0)
  • 2004–2008: PSV: 128: (0)
  • 2008–2014: Tottenham Hotspur: 95: (0)
  • 2013: → 1899 Hoffenheim (loan): 9: (0)
  • 2014–2020: Watford: 144: (0)
  • 2021: Democrata SL: 0: (0)
  • 2003–2004: Brazil U23: 14: (0)
  • 2003–2010: Brazil: 11: (0)

Heurelho Gomes is a Brazilian goalkeeper who has played for Cruzeiro and Watford in the English Premier League. Heurelho Gomes made his professional debut with Cruzeiro in 2002, before joining Watford in 2015.

During his time at Watford, Heurelho Gomes helped them avoid relegation from the Premier League in 2016/17 as well as reaching the FA Cup final that same season. In 2017, Heurelho Gomes joined Spanish side Valencia on a three-year deal after leaving Watford following their relegation from La Liga the previous year.

The 41-year-old has represented Brazil at senior level and was part of their squad that won the Copa America Centenario earlier this year.* Having kept 22 clean sheets during his 47 appearances for Valencia so far, Heurelogho currently stands eighth overall on club's all-time list for most clean sheets.[4]* 7.* Born 15 February 1981,[1] Hispano Brazilian goalkeeper Heurelho da Silva Gomes began his career playing for local side Democrata SL before moving to fellow Brasileirão sides Cruzeiro and then back to Democrata again between 2001–2002.[3][5] After spending two years away at Internacional,[6] primarily due to visa issues[7], he signed with English Championship outfit Charlton Athletic where he spent five seasons until 2006 making over 100 league appearances (scoring once) while also becoming first choice keeper of both the Brazil national team[8][9][10] and Atlético Mineiro under manager Vanderlei Luxemburgo prior to taking up an offer from newly promoted Portuguese Primeira Liga champions FC Porto which reunited him with José Mourinho who had managed him during his spell at Chelsea between 2004–2006 – winning one Serie A title and one Coppa Italia whilst competing alongside several other players including Deco, Rui Costa & Nemanja Matic amongst others).[11][12]:162 [13]:128 Following Mourinho’s departure to Manchester United midway through 2008–09 season,[14], having already agreed personal terms[15],[16], but unable or unwilling to obtain work permit despite living full time in Portugal since 2007 without incident,[17],[18], he moved permanently back home initially signing a 2½ year contract with CR Vasco da Gama before agreeing another permanent move back north

47. Ted Ditchburn

Ted Ditchburn Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • : Northfleet United: :
  • 1939–1958: Tottenham Hotspur: 418: (0)
  • 1959–1965: Romford: 147: (0)
  • : Brentwood Town: :
  • 1948–1956: England: 6: (0)
  • 1959–1962: Romford
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Ted Ditchburn was a goalkeeper who played for clubs in England and Scotland. He made his senior debut with Gillingham in 1939, and went on to make over 400 appearances for the club.

He also represented England at international level, making 33 appearances between 1946 and 1957. After retiring from playing, Ted Ditchburn worked as a coach at several clubs before becoming manager of East Fife in 1974.

He remained in charge of the club until 1978, when he retired completely from football after suffering an injury sustained during a match against Rangers FC . Ted Ditchburn died aged 84 years old in December 2005 after spending many years living with dementia .

Ted Ditchburn played for Northfleet United and Tottenham Hotspur during the 1940s and 1950s. He also managed Brentwood Town in the 1960s, leading them to FA Cup success in 1962. After retiring as a player, Ted Ditchburn went on to become a coach and manager at various clubs including Romford and Brentwood Town.

48. Martin Peters

Martin Peters Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1959–1970: West Ham United: 302: (81)
  • 1970–1975: Tottenham Hotspur: 189: (46)
  • 1975–1980: Norwich City: 207: (44)
  • 1979: Frankston City: 5: (3)
  • 1980–1981: Sheffield United: 24: (4)
  • 1982–1983: Gorleston: :
  • Total: : 727: (178)
  • 1966–1974: England: 67: (20)
  • 1981: Sheffield United

Martin Peters was born on 8 November 1943 in Essex, England. He played for West Ham United between 1959 and 1970 before moving to Tottenham Hotspur. He made 207 appearances for Norwich City over the course of four seasons.

Peters also had a spell at Frankston City during 1979 before ending his career with Spurs in 1980. In 2007, he received an MBE from Queen Elizabeth II for services to football and charity work. Peters passed away on 21 December 2019 after a long battle with cancer at the age of 76 years old Martin Peters was a very successful striker during his time playing for Sheffield United.

He helped the club to win four league titles and also represented England at the FIFA World Cup. As a manager, Peters led Sheffield United to promotion back to the Premier League in 2001 and stayed with the club until 2006. After leaving Sheffield United, Peters had brief stints managing clubs in Italy and Saudi Arabia before he retired from football management in 2007.

49. Davinson Sánchez

Defender

Davinson Sánchez Career

  • : América de Cali
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2013–2016: Atlético Nacional: 26: (0)
  • 2016–2017: Ajax: 32: (6)
  • 2017–: Tottenham Hotspur: 135: (3)
  • 2013: Colombia U17: 2: (0)
  • 2014–2015: Colombia U20: 14: (0)
  • 2016: Colombia Olympic: 2: (0)
  • 2016–: Colombia: 51: (1)

Davinson Sánchez became an international star at the young age of just 26 after impressing for Colombia at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Davinson started his career with Atlético Nacional in 2013, before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 2016.

The defender is known for his strong defending and aerial ability, which has seen him earn numerous accolades throughout his career including Colombian Player of the Year and PFA Young Player of the Year awards. Davinson is contracted to Spurs until 2021 and will be a key player as they look to challenge for trophies once again next season.

Davinson Sánchez is a young and upcoming Colombian defender who has been playing for Ajax since 2016. Davinson Sánchez was called up to the Colombia national team in early 2018 and has since played at Copa America, where they reached the quarterfinals. Davinson Sánchez is known for his powerful play on the defensive end of the field, which makes him an important member of any team he plays for.

Davinson Sánchez is expected to be a mainstay in Ajax's starting lineup for years to come and will continue to develop into one of world football's best defenders. As with many other talented Colombian players, Davison Sánchez may find himself moving abroad sooner rather than later in order to maximize his career prospects.

50. Alan Mullery

Alan Mullery Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1958–1964: Fulham: 199: (13)
  • 1964–1972: Tottenham Hotspur: 312: (25)
  • 1972–1976: Fulham: 165: (24)
  • 1976: Durban City: :
  • 1964–1971: England: 35: (1)
  • 1976–1981: Brighton & Hove Albion
  • 1981–1982: Charlton Athletic
  • 1982–1984: Crystal Palace
  • 1984: Queens Park Rangers
  • 1986–1987: Brighton & Hove Albion
  • 1990–1993: ATM FA
  • 1996–1997: Barnet
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Mullery made his debut for England in 1964 and went on to play 312 games for Tottenham Hotspur. He was a key player during the club's glory years, winning two League Championships and the European Cup Winners' Cup.

After leaving Spurs in 1972, Mullery had spells with Chelsea and Crystal Palace before retiring from professional football in 1978. Mullery has since been involved in coaching at various levels, most notably serving as assistant manager at Fulham under Roy Hodgson between 2010 and 2012.

In October 2016, he was appointed head coach of Australian side Perth Glory FC after taking over from Tony Popovic who left to join Sydney FC.. Alan Mullery is widely regarded as one of the finest midfielders to have played the game and remains a popular figure within both English football circles and worldwide due to his humanitarian work off the pitch..

7. * denotes international appearances/ goals

51. John White

John White Career

  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1955–1958: Alloa Athletic: 68: (26)
  • 1958–1959: Falkirk: 30: (8)
  • 1959–1964: Tottenham Hotspur: 183: (40)
  • 1959[2]: SFL trial v SFA: 1: (3)
  • 1959–1964: Scotland: 22: (3)
  • 1959[3]: Scottish League XI: 2: (2)
  • 1959[4]: Scotland U23: 1: (0)
  • 1962–1964[5]: SFA trial v SFL: 2: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

John White was a talented, young inside forward who made his name with Dundee United. He died in a car accident just two years after making his debut for Middlesbrough, aged 27.

His death has been described as "a terrible tragedy" and "one of the saddest stories ever to hit football". A memorial service was held at Crews Hill Crematorium on 26 July 1964 and thousands attended; it remains the largest funeral congregation ever seen at an English crematorium.[2] The John Anderson White Trophy is awarded annually to the best player in Scottish League Two by virtue of being voted for by clubs in that division.[3] John White played for Alloa Athletic and Falkirk in the Scottish Football League.

In 1959, he made his debut for Scotland in a SFL trial match against the SFA. He also represented Scotland at junior level before making his senior international debut in 1959. During his time with Tottenham Hotspur, John White won two league titles and three FA Cups. After leaving Spurs, John White had spells with Aberdeen and Dunfermline Athletic before retiring from playing football at the age of 36 years old.

Final Words

. . Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is one of the most successful and well-known teams in English football. The club has produced a number of world-class players over the years, including Gareth Bale, Ledley King, David Beckham and Harry Kane.

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