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Retro Football: Diego Maradona Turns Out For Tottenham In Ossie Ardiles’ Testimonial, 1986 (Photos & Video)

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Seeing Diego Maradona holding a Tottenham shirt aloft at Wembley on Sunday instantly brought memories flooding back for fans of a certain vintage.

Of course, Maradona has previous when it comes to Spurs the only English club he ever played for during his career, and even then in a non-competitive capacity.

Video: Harry Kane takes on Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle in ‘Beat the Bin’ challenge

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Had a great day filming this with @SpursOfficial legend @GlennHoddle. @btsport's #BeatTheBin challenge https://t.co/1JicQOZCqc — Harry Kane...

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Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle tips Dele Alli to be England star

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Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle has tipped Dele Alli to be an England star after his heroics last night against France. The midfielder, 19, was named...

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Scholes, Gascoigne, Cunningham… The Top 10 Most Naturally Gifted English Footballers In Modern History

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Raheem Sterling unsure of commiting to Liverpool, says ex-Spurs boss Glenn Hoddle

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Raheem Sterling is not sure he wants to commit his future to Liverpool with his head "spinning" over reported interest from the likes of...

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Spurs forwards need to start scoring for club to claim top four, says legend Glenn Hoddle

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Tottenham's forwards have to start producing on a regular basis if they are to go on a run and have any chance of finishing in the top four...

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Video: Tim Sherwood hits out at Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle

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As if Tim Sherwood wasn't already treading on thin ice at Tottenham, he's now engaged in a war or words with club legend Glenn Hoddle. The Spurs boss was responding to Hoddle's criticism of his side's body language in the tunnel ahead of last week's thrashing at Liverpool. Sherwood, who played under Hoddle between 2001 [.

Tottenham Job: National team manager hints at interest, Hoddle wants it too

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Tottenham Job: National team manager hints at interest, Hoddle wants it too - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Tottenham Hotspur have yet to appoint a permanent manager after the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas, with interim manager Tim Sherwood taking charge of the club at the moment.

Sherwood oversaw his first victory in Sunday's 3-2 win against Southampton; will take charge of the club over the Christmas period against West Brom and Stoke City respectively.

Tottenham: Former Spurs manager ready to return IF club makes approach

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Former Tottenham manager Glenn Hoddle is ready to take the vacant job at Spurs, if approached by the North London club. After Andre Villas-Boas was sacked, Tim Sherwood has been placed in interim charge of Spurs, while Fabio Capello and Mauricio Pochettino have emerged as contenders for the position as well.

Glenn Hoddle website suggests he would take Spurs job

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A website with close links to Glenn Hoddle has suggested he would like to become the new Tottenham manager. Zapsportz.com, which was co-founded by the former England manager, indicated that Hoddle would take the job if it was offered. There are suggestions that he could be given the job until the end of the season, [.

Tottenham Legend Claims Spurs Are Still Missing Something

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Tottenham have gotten off to a strong start this season with Spurs sitting in fourth place on 19 points as manager Andre Villas-Boas continues to build a bright future for the club.

Many fans and pundits alike doubted the chances of the club after the sale of star Welsh attacker Gareth Bale to Real Madrid this summer.

Spurs legend cautions Bale over Spain move

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Tottenham Hotspur legend Glenn Hoddle has cautioned Gareth Bale about the Welshman's potential move to Real Madrid, questioning whether or not the 24 year old is ready for the demands of a move to La Liga. Hoddle can speak from experience, having moved on to Ligue 1′s Monaco after excelling at White Hart Lane from 1975 to 1987.

Tottenham Should Hand Gareth Bale the Captaincy, Says Glenn Hoddle: Daily Soccer Report

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Tottenham Hotspur legend Glenn Hoddle believes that Gareth Bale should be handed the captaincy at the club.

Here's what Hoddle said regarding the matter:

"I would have a word with Michael Dawson [the current captain] and give Bale the captaincy.

"Tottenham have had some wonderful captains over the years: Dave MacKay, Danny Blanchflower and, to give Bale the captaincy, is to put your hat on him.

Wenger compares Arsenal midfield maestro to Hoddle!

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Arsenal fans will be surprised at the player that Arsene Wenger chose to compare Santi Cazorla to because of his connection with the hated Tottenham Hotspur. Wenger compared our new favourite player to none other than Glenn Hoddle.

"Cazorla is like Glenn Hoddle in some ways.

"Left footed, right footed, you could not say what he was and Cazorla is similar.

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Retro: This Complete Set Of Football Playing Cards From ’90 Minutes’ Magazine Really Is Something Special To Behold! (Photos)

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The brainchild of TalkSPORT presenter Paul Hawksbee, '90 Minutes' magazine launched in October of 1990 and managed a glorious seven-year run before folding.

While we're certain the publication featured it's fair share of memorable articles and such like, nothing that ever went to print is likely to provide a more lasting impression than the special set of football playing cards that 90 Minutes put their name to in 1993/94(ish).

Football Comedy Classics: Adam & Joe – ‘The Footie Song’ (Video)

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It's about this time every year that Pies' inbox gets overrun by a deluge of the worst kind of email: the brazenly tenuous PR football-tie-in advertorial.

Just before the start of each new season (World Cups are also equally insufferable), brands and companies with no connection to football attempt to shoehorn themselves into the equation on the most dubious of pretences.

Retro Football Songs: ‘It’s Goodbye’ – Glenn Hoddle & Chris Waddle’s Unreleased Follow Up To ‘Diamond Lights’ (Video)

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"Standing in the rain. Cold electric sky, no diamond lights"

Released in 1987, 'Diamond Lights' by Tottenham teammates Glenn Hoddle and Chris Waddle instantly proved to be both a critical and commercial success.

Widely regarded as one of the finest musical arrangements of all time, Diamond Lights was a dark, brooding ballad that transcended the pop format thanks to the soaring vocal prowess of the song's dual frontmen.

Video: Jamie Redknapp wrestles with Stephan El Shaarawy’s name after AC Milan vs Barcelona

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Meet AC Milan's new star: El Jaharwee. Ruud Gullit was reduced to fits of laughter as his fellow Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp attempted to pronounce Stephan El Shaarawy's name. As Redknapp casually slipped "El Jaharwee" into his analysis, Gullit decided he wasn't going to let it go. The Dutchman jumped in with an immediate: [.

Arsenal

Does Ozil really go missing in Arsenal’s Big Games? Ask the stats……

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Mesut Ozil's record in 'big' games: Stats reveal if he goes missing by Russell Cane Does Mesut Ozil go missing in the big games? That was the scathing assessment of the Arsenal midfielder by former Chelsea manager Glenn Hoddle following the Gunners' 3-1 defeat to the league leaders on Saturday. But how accurate is Hoddle?

Liam Brady: Jack Wilshere will become one of England’s best ever players

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Arsenal academy director Liam Brady was on TalkSports Keys and Gray this morning and he said that Jack Wilshere will be classed in the same bracket as England legends Paul Gascoigne and Glenn Hoddle when his career finishes.

The 21-year-old has struggled with injuries in recent seasons but is now back playing for Arsenal, and is set to line-up for the Three Lions in the friendly match against Brazil on Wednesday night.

Little and large as AW bigs up Cazorla

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Morning all, welcome to a brand new week and, sadly, welcome to another Interlull. Many of our players will go away with their national teams and the next time Arsenal play is Saturday week when we visit Norwich.

Still, it's good to go into this break on the back of a good win away from home, the idea of endlessly poring over a poor result is as attractive as sniffing a tramp's armpit so I'm glad we've avoided that.

Real Madrid

Hoddle Twaddle: BT Sport ‘Expert’ Claims He Watched Alvaro Morata Play For Italy Against England

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Juventus may have found themselves on the wrong end of Bayern Munich's incredible rallying prowess in the Champions League last night, but the Serie A side did emerge from the prolonged mauling with a few blessings to count.

One of which was the fantastic performance of striker Alvaro Morata, who ran the Bayern defence ragged with his constantburrowing down the channels before eventually setting up Juan Cuadrado for Juve's second goal with a brilliant barrelling chargefrom deep inside his own half.

Top 10 moments of David Beckham career

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Following the news that David Beckham is to hang up his boots at the end of the season, OTP explores some of the standout moments of the ex-England captain's career. 1. The free-kick against Greece Having already ran around like a man possessed to play Greece almost by himself for most of the match, Becks [.

Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp Set To Join Derby County In Director Of Football Capacity

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The Guardian are reporting that Harry Redknapp is in advanced talks to join Derby County as director of football.

Redknapp could be appointed within the next 24 hours with the club eager to bring an experienced figure in to support the interim manager Darren Wassall, who replaced Paul Clement earlier this season.

Ex-Spurs and Chelsea boss Glenn Hoddle becomes QPR first-team coach

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PHOTO: #QPR manager Harry Redknapp and new First Team coach Glenn Hoddle at Harlington earlier today pic.twitter.com/OWhIEXdEuZ QPR FC...

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Chelsea

Video: Ex-Chelsea boss Glenn Hoddle urges club to appoint Southampton’s Ronald Koeman

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Who would want the @ChelseaFC job? @mrjakehumphrey puts the question to @GlennHoddle and Owen Hargreaves. #CFC https://t.co/cwrXaZ5KXv BT...

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Juan Mata embarrasses himself by singing the Macarena

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What is it about footballers thinking that they can be pop stars? Chris Waddle and Glenn Hoddle disgraced the nation on Top of the Pops with Diamond Lights, and the less said about Andrew/Andy Cole's single 'Outstanding' in the 90s the better. Let's just say it was vomit-inducing. You can add Chelsea's Juan Mata to [.

English Premier League

Harry Redknapp insists his managerial career isn’t over yet despite failing at QPR

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Harry Redknapp insists his career is not finished following his sudden resignation as QPR manager.

The veteran boss has quit the Barclays Premier League relegation battlers citing his need for double knee replacement surgery in the near future.

His decision on Tuesday came just hours after QPR's failure to land a number of targets on transfer deadline day but Redknapp played down that as a factor and denied a rift with owner Tony Fernandes.

Harry Redknapp insists his managerial career isn’t over yet despite failing at QPR

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Harry Redknapp insists his career is not finished following his sudden resignation as QPR manager.

The veteran boss has quit the Barclays Premier League relegation battlers citing his need for double knee replacement surgery in the near future.

His decision on Tuesday came just hours after QPR's failure to land a number of targets on transfer deadline day but Redknapp played down that as a factor and denied a rift with owner Tony Fernandes.

Harry Redknapp rejects theories that he left QPR due to lack of new signings

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Harry Redknapp insists he did not resign as QPR manager because of the club's lack of signings in the January transfer window.

Veteran boss Redknapp has quit as boss of the Barclays Premier League strugglers citing imminent knee replacement surgery as his reason.

And his first-team coach Glenn Hoddle, the former England manager, has also confirmed that he has left his position at Loftus Road following Redknapp's departure.

Harry Redknapp rejects theories that he left QPR due to lack of new signings

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Harry Redknapp insists he did not resign as QPR manager because of the club's lack of signings in the January transfer window.

Veteran boss Redknapp has quit as boss of the Barclays Premier League strugglers citing imminent knee replacement surgery as his reason.

And his first-team coach Glenn Hoddle, the former England manager, has also confirmed that he has left his position at Loftus Road following Redknapp's departure.

5 Leading Candidates to Replace Neil Warnock As Crystal Palace Manager

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Neil Warnock became the first managerial casualty of the Premier League season as Crystal Palace wielded the axe on Saturday.

Here, Press Association Sport's Simon Peach looks at five managers the south Londoners may be looking at to replace him with.

Tim Sherwood

The former Tottenham boss was swiftly installed as the bookmakers' favorite to replace Warnock.

5 Leading Candidates to Replace Neil Warnock As Crystal Palace Manager

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Neil Warnock became the first managerial casualty of the Premier League season as Crystal Palace wielded the axe on Saturday.

Here, Press Association Sport's Simon Peach looks at five managers the south Londoners may be looking at to replace him with.

Tim Sherwood

The former Tottenham boss was swiftly installed as the bookmakers' favorite to replace Warnock.

Glenn Hoddle to be Interviewed For Swansea City Job In Next 48-72 Hours: Nightly Soccer Report

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BBC broadcaster James Pearce reports tonight that Glenn Hoddle will be interviewed for the Swansea City job before this weekend.

The former England manager is currently in Doha. Hoddle hasn't managed since 2009 when he resigned from Wolverhampton Wanderers after the club supporters turned against him.

Watch the ’101 Great Goals’ Video Featuring the Best Goals From England Of The 1960s-80s [VIDEO]

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Before there was the Internet, YouTube and 24/7 TV sports networks, VHS tapes were a rare commodity for soccer fans, who could use them to watch soccer highlights over and over again. There was one video collection of goals that was one of the most popular — 101 Great Goals.

The 65-minute videotape was released in 1987, and featured highlights of goals from the golden generation of English football — the 1960s through the 1980s.

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Slaven Bilic dazzles but Euro 2016 punditry highlights familiar old failings

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After a promising start, the UKTV punditry at Euro 2016 left something to be desired, writes Sam McGuire, raising a wider question about the state of football coverage in 2016... There's a...

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On This Day In 1991: Glenn Hoddle Starts His Management Career At Swindon Town

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Glenn Hoddle's managerial career began on 4th April 1991, when he was appointed player-manager of Swindon Town at the age of 34.

He replaced another Tottenham legend at the helm, stepping into the void after Ossie Ardilles left to take over at Newcastle.

The Robins were in deep trouble in Division Two at the time, still reeling from a financial scandal which had seen them stripped of promotion to the First Division in 1990 (they admitted 36 charges of breaching league rules, 35 of which pertained to illegal payments made to players).

Palace 1-3 Spurs: THAT Goal & 4 Other Lilywhite Observations

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1. THAT Goal

Hoddle-esque. Gazza-esque. A goal so good you would let it marry your daughter. Words cannot really do justice to the strike and technique itself, so instead I'll waft over a couple of associated thoughts. The move in its entirety for example, had the jolly pleasing aesthetic quality lent to it by the fact that the ball did not touch the ground from the moment Kane swirled in his cross, to Eriksen's cushioned header, to Alli's one-two-three touch, swivel and shot.

5 Potential Managerial Candidates for Spurs

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AVB: An Epitaph

Here at AANP Towers we like to see a good, clean contest, with batsmen walking as soon as the finger goes up and a man nobly stepping aside when some bright young bounder on a horse bends his cannon and makes off with his wife. In such circumstances we cannot help but stiffen the lip at the demise of a manager just three shakes of a lamb's tail into a season.

Hoddle: Spurs edged it with eleven v eleven

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Former Spurs player and manager Glenn Hoddle was speaking on Absolute Radio at the weekend and felt, like many of us, that Spurs would have edged Saturday's game if we'd retained all 11 players on the field.

"I was very impressed with the way Tottenham started. It looked like it would have been an absolute stormer of a game and it's a pity it didn't turn out that way," Glenn said.