Apr 17

Question: What do these footballers all have in common?

Clive Allen, Paul Allen, Rory Allen, Darren Anderton, Steve Archibald, Osvaldo Ardiles, Chris Armstrong, Gerry Armstrong, Dean Austin, Gareth Bale, Nick Barmby, Phil Beal, Darren Bent, David Bentley, Dimitar Berbatov, Gudni Bergsson, Kevin Prince Boateng, Andy Booth, Alan Brazil, Laurie Brown, Michael Brown, Keith Burkinshaw, Lee Butcher, Colin Calderwood, Titi Camara, Sol Campbell, Stephen Carr, Michael Carrick, Darren Caskey, John Chiedozie, Pascal Chimbonda, Martin Chivers, Ray Clemence, Ralph Coates, Alfie Conn, Ian Crook, Garth Crooks, Peter Crouch, Jason Cundy    

Barry Daines, Calum Davenport, Edgar Davids, Simon Davies, Sean Davis, Michael Dawson, Jermain Defoe, Kerry Dixon, Gary Doherty, Jason Dozzell, Ilie Dumitrescu, John Duncan, Gordon Durie, Justin Edinburgh, Mike England, Matthew Etherington, Mark Falco, Terry Fenwick, Les Ferdinand, Quinton Fortune, Ruel Fox, Gerry Francis, Steffen Freund, Lee Gardner, Paul Gascoigne, Hossam Ghaly, Terry Gibson, Alan Gilzean, David Ginola, Heurelho Gomes, John Gorman, Richard Gough, George Graham, Jimmy Greaves, Christian Gross, Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Hodge, Pat Holland, David Howells, Tom Huddlestone, Chris Hughton, Alan Hutton, Jermaine Jennas, Pat Jennings, Ronnie Johnsen, Martin Jol, Younes Kabul, Frederic Kanoute, Robbie Keane, Kasey Keller, Ledley King, Joe Kinnear, Jurgen Klinsmann, Cyril Knowles, Paul Konchesky, Colin Lee, Aaron Lennon, Gary Lineker, Gary Mabbutt, Chris McGrath, Pedro Mendes, Mido, Paul Mille, Bobby Mimms, Luka Modric, John Moncur, Roger Morgan, Alan Mullery, Danny Murphy, Nayim, Terry Naylor, Jimmy Neighbour, Tony Parks, Roman Pavlyuchenco, Steve Perryman, Martin Peters, David Pleat, Gica Popescu, Helder Postiga, Gus Poyet, John Pratt, Grzegorz Rasiak, Sergei Rebrov, Jamie Redknapp, Graham Roberts, Jimmy Robertson, Ricardo Rocha, Ronny Rosenthal, Wayne Routledge, Neil Ruddock, Vinny Samways, John Scales, Steve Sedgley, Teddy Sheringham, Tim Sherwood, Peter Shreeve, Andy Sinton, Graeme Souness, Gary Stevens, Paul Stewart , Neil Sullivan, Teemu Tainio, Mauricio Taricco, Peter Taylor, Ben Thatcher, Pat van den Hauwe, Ramon Vega, Terry Venables, Ricardo Villa, Chris Waddle, Steve Walford, Des Walker, Ian Walker, Paul Walsh, Keith Weller, Terry Yorath, Luke Young, Willie Young, Bobby Zamora & Reto Ziegler.        

Answer: These are just a few of the names who have aided and abetted Tottenham’s league failures over the past 50 years. I’m not saying that all of the above don’t have a League Winners medal – some indeed do. But none of them with Tottenham.

April 17th 1961 – April 17th 2011

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19 Responses to “Question: What do these footballers all have in common?”

  1. Mr Arsenal says:

    brilliant

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  2. Sammy Mooner says:

    50 years of failure – lets all laugh at Tottenham

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  3. Harry says:

    LOL!

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  4. gio says:

    great finding :))))

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  5. Kevin says:

    Yes come on RVP

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  6. GunnerMKD says:

    it was a bit of a dive by lucas, but eboue MUST NOT DO THAT IN THE 100 MIN OF THE GAME! ffs one moment i was dancing around, the other on my knees with my head down. btw well deserved point for liverpool, to defend like that with kids and yet make chances is a true achievment for dalglish. thats it i guess, man u take the tittle, we battle to keep 2nd placed.

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  7. jo says:

    FUCKED UP EBOUE WHATS HE DOING? DIVING LUCAS SO FUSTRATING WATCHING ARSENAL.

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  8. angry fan says:

    almunia, eboue, arsharvin, fabregas, walcott, wenger, clichy, bendtner, gibbs, rice, koscienly, chamakh, basically the current squad.

    What do all these people have in common? They are all born losers and will never win anything for arsenal.

    when we get hammered on wednesday against the spuds, maybe some of you muppets realise that this lot are a bunch of wasters and losers. This team has make me not love arsenal. Thanks arsene, you have made me hate you and the arsenal.

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  9. jo says:

    100% AGREE WITH ANGRY FAN SINCE THE SALE OF HENRY AND WHEN DEIN LEFT THE CLUB THIS CLUB WENT DOWN!

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  10. Joe says:

    wenger has already won many a trophy for arsenal…..idiot

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  11. ole says:

    @angry fan: Yes wenger we hate, the players we hate, but we love arsenal!!

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  12. ole says:

    That sais we have to admit that this was the perfect ending to our season, it realy sums up the arsenal of 2006-2011.

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  13. GunnerMKD says:

    you know what i think? we score a goal from penalty, WENGER YELLING, CONTROLLING, HE KNOWS WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN,HE KNOWS LIVERPOOL WILL ATTACKTILL THE END, AND NONE FUCKING LISTENS. ALL THEY DO IS LAY AROUND, HUGGING, CHEERING, BUT THE GAME IS NOT OVER. WAIT TILL THE FINAL WHISTLE, THEN DO ALL THAT. NONE LISTENED, THAT`S WHY WE LEFT THEM SO MUCH SPACE IN THAT ATTACK. I AM SURE WENGER WANTED TO SAY: BACK, BACK, EVERYONE BACK! AND WHAT THEY DO? NB52 AND RVP STAY UP FRONT, CHASING, THE MIDDLE IS STILL SHOCKED, THE DEFENCE SPLIT. YOU CANT BLAME SONG FOR THAT CHALLENGE, THE BOY DID GOOD. WHAT THE PLAYERS NEEDED TO DO IS PREVENT SOMETHING LIKE THAT FROM HAPPENING. WHEN YOU GOT A SUSPICIOUS PENALTY, YOU SCORE AND LEAD 1-0 AND YOU GOT YOUR TITTLE HOPES ALIVE, YOU GO BACK, DEFEND FOR A FUCKING MINUTE AND GET 3 FUCKING POINTS!

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  14. loyal fan says:

    Anyone back the idea of having Dennis Bergkamp as our manager?

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  15. Waleed says:

    @GunnerMKD:
    The players did go back and defend. You don’t want to suddenly drop deep into your box. You just need to keep your shape. We did that. The problem was that we thought the game was over but the ref kept playing on and on. Sczcesny’s kick was too casual, fell easily for a Liverpool player. From there our players were trying too much to just hack the ball clear rather than calmly win the ball back. Song was one of the culprits of this. Awful challenge.
    But you know, that’s fine. You can give away a FK in the last minute, it happens. Then the penalty. Well Lucas dived and the ref really should know better than to give it. It was not a penalty because Lucas simply stopped in his tracks and fell down. I don’t, I can’t blame Eboue for that. The ref seemed too eager to give Liverpool something back. I dont’ know why.
    He gave them too much time added on. They were wasting time the whole second half, and he didn’t add on anything for that. But after we score he allows them time to try to equalize? I don’t get that. The team that has been wasting time shouldn’t be rewarded like that.

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  16. Waleed says:

    @ole: You idiot, that person is OBVIOUSLY a Spud.

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  17. Anonymous says:

    The guys over at Untold Arsenal have done a cut-and-paste of blog post on their website: http://blog.emiratesstadium.info/archives/11818

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  18. Gooner Chris says:

    @Anonymous: The article was sent to several bloggers, including myself, who were given permission to post it. It should be everywhere, hopefully!

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  19. Proper Yiddo says:

    Paul Konchesky – Loan
    Andy Booth – Yet ANOTHER loan
    Lee Butcher – WHO!?!?
    Lee Gardner – You mean ANTHONY GARDNER surely?
    Ronnie Johnsen? – Would that be RONNY Johnsen ex Man Utd who was trialist at Spurs by any chance?
    Who is Paul Mille? – Ah, let me guess, you mean Paul MILLER don’t you?
    And Younes Kabul? – Oh, i see, you mean KABOUL not doing very well so far are you?
    Graeme Souness was a kid when he left. Just like Kerry Dixon! Great research you’ve done thre haven’t you?

    Can’t believe you spent all that wasted, sad, lonely, desperate loser time typing this crap just to prove a point that you are more bothered about a REAL north London establishment rather than sorting out your own club, life, and very POOR spelling.

    Shame.

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