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(Video) The Lane The Finale | Farewell Ceremony

(Video) The Lane The Finale | Farewell Ceremony

To have seen Paul Gascoigne, Jermain Defoe, Gary Lineker, Jurgen Klinsmann, and Gareth Bale at WHL yesterday would have been the icing on the cake, nevertheless the occasion was no less special.

Legends roll-call

Clive Allen, Paul Allen, Les Allen, Darren Anderton, Steve Archibald, Osvaldo Ardiles, Phil Beal, Dimitar Berbatov, Stephen Carr, Martin Chivers, Ray Clemence, Garth Crooks, Peter Crouch, Edgar Davids, Simon Davies, Terry Dyson, Justin Edinburgh, Mike England, Mark Falco, Tony Galvin, Alan Gilzean, David Ginola, Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, David Howells, Pat Jennings, Cliff Jones, Robbie Keane, Ledley King, Joe Kinnear, Gary Mabbutt, Terry Medwin, Paul Miller, Terry Naylor, Alan Nielsen, John Pratt, Graham Roberts, Jimmy Robertson, Paul Robinson, Vinny Samways, Teddy Sheringham, Paul Stewart, Erik Thorsdtvedt, Ricardo Villa, Chris Waddle.

A memorable day.



RIP White Hart Lane as we know it.



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Writer:Tino
Date:Monday May 15 2017
Time: 4:09PM

Comments

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Got to agree about not seeing certain names at WHL yesterday. I can't help but think inviting Gazza in particular would've been a massive boost to the much troubled one time genius. I think it was a bit of a slap in the face for Gazza, to be honest. I loved Berbatov as a player, but he went on strike, refused to put on a shirt & sulked his way to Man Utd, leaving us with Frazier fecking Campbell, yet was called onto the pitch to stand shoulder to shoulder with true THFC legends. Sorry but that just doesn't sit right with me.
Coopsieyid
15/05/2017 16:21:00
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Gazza was invited but he declined, don't think it would have been good for his rehabilitation, there was a piece on him and his memories on the official website instead. Shame but understandable.
Kong
15/05/2017 18:47:00
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I too was startled to see Berbatov. Glad to see Crouchie, who was able to come because he played on Saturday.
Falstaff the Fool
15/05/2017 18:58:00
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Berbatov? Might as well have invited the little Modder Focker who's playing with Bale at Francisco Franco's team in Madrid. At least when Berbatov went on strike he was a striker. But MoFo?
Falstaff the Fool
15/05/2017 19:01:00
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There was some strange ones there. Vinny Samways, Steven Carr, Simon Davies, David Howells, Nielsen, Stewart, as least Edinburgh gave a testicle for the club. Yes, they may be good players and scored important goals but they are not legends. How does Michael Dawson not get a mention, when you look at those above. I was waiting for Nayim to walk on, would have got the biggest cheer.
vicspur
15/05/2017 22:02:00
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I expected Tim Sherwood, AVB, Arry Redknapp, and the last trophy winner Juande Ramos!
critical_spur
15/05/2017 22:59:00
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Why was Bahama Joe not there?
critical_spur
15/05/2017 23:01:00
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I loved watching Berbatov. He did things with a ball that nobody else would think of trying. He looked after his own career, just like we all do ... that's no reason to belittle him, imo. Ditto, Modric. I'm sure none of them would be upset by the way we organise our lives.
Geofspurs
16/05/2017 06:05:00
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Pleased to see 82 year old Cliff Jones JOGGING on to the pitch.
spurboy61
16/05/2017 16:55:00
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