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Jimmy Greaves (Spurs) one of the Greatest Goal Scorers of all time! Scored on every one of his debuts!

Providing the spark: Billy Bremner settled the FA Cup semi-final between Leeds and Manchester United and in 1970

When semi-finals were magic! You don't need Wembley for those glorious moments

Leeds United 1 v Manchester United Billy Bremner celebrates with a fag.

Tottenham 3 Leeds Utd 1 in Aug 1966 at White Hart Lane. Dave Mackay grabs Billy Bremner #Div1

Dave Mackay confronts Billy Bremner during his Tottenham days in August 1966

Jimmy in the Middle

Football's golden years: The managers who have bossed the game - From Sir Alf to Sir Alex, the Doc to Cloughie... and even an old Clapton Orient boss

Bobby Smith (left) Jimmy Greaves (centre) and Maurice Norman (right) are pictured talking to manager Alf Ramsey

Manchester City goalkeeper Bert Trautmann in action during a league match against Tottenham at White Hart Lane in 1951

Golden Years: First of the foreign stars - Ardiles, Villa, Muhren

Sportsmail's nostalgic picture series this week looks back to some of the first foreign stars that came to English football in the late and Nick Metcalfe has been searching the archives.

Jermain Defoe.

Redknapp backs Defoe for Euros

Redknapp says defoe can make the Euros squad.he might need a bit of game time first Harry!

Alan Gilzean Spurs 1970

Alan Gilzean Spurs 1970

Walter Tull in his Tottenham kit  Source:

Walter Tull: Descendants to honour pioneering black footballer who was also a hero of the First World War

Walter Tull in his Tottenham kit Source:

Jimmy Greaves, Tottenham Hotspur Fc

Cliff Jones of Tottenham & Wales in 1962.

Cliff Jones of Tottenham & Wales in 1962.

April 19th 1975 was a very very busy day for the Police at White Hart Lane, with numerous pitch invasions, sporadic pitch and terrace fighting, and thousands causing more havoc outside the ground. The importance of the match could not be underestimated with the losers facing relegation a couple of weeks later. Spurs 2 - 0 Chelsea

Spurs fans invade the pitch during a victory over Chelsea at White Hart Lane in 1975