Monday, May 28, 2007

Tottenham Hotspur vs Inter Milan 1st May... 1986



Here's something just a little bit special for you.

Bon appetit!

vid courtesy of matsimpsk

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ambassador Harold, you are spoiling us.......

Anonymous said...

Fantastic. I was at this game as a youngster...the old man picked me up from school and drove me straight there and I can remember the excitement. A peak Maradona in a Spurs shirt...what could be better? Look out for Taraabt...a grinning Comolli told me in Seville that he was the best young player he had seen for 'many, many years'. Better than Paul Mahorn then.

Anonymous said...

i was at that game as a kid feeling was magical watching the best player in the world at the lane, maradona was incredible, memory will last forever, we all hoped one day he'd play for us for real. hoddle, waddle ardiles and maradona wasnt a bad midfield

Anonymous said...

why dont we sign maradonna now, we are being linked with every one else lol

Anonymous said...

some of the passsing and ball controls are unbelieveble....just like a team with 3 or 4 Berbatov.

Anonymous said...

maradona, wadle, hoddle, hughton are available for free now.

Anonymous said...

spurs are shit..

AWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGA

Anonymous said...

Awooooooooga...I thinkthere is a chimpanze on the loose here.....from arsenal dressing room, most likely.

Anonymous said...

i refer to my first answer.

SPURS ARE SHIT.

Anonymous said...

rule one>>>spurs

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Anonymous said...

I heard that the psycholgical damage caused by wearing that shirt is what drove Maradona to the cocaine.

thatgicamoment said...

Yeah fantastic stuff. Ardiles is my all time fave Spurs player but Diego challenged him on that performance! I remember everyone chanting "sign him up!", although this was before the Hand of God incident of course.Diego's autobiography is a really interesting read by the way, although he doesn't mention this match at all. I've also got a DVD of the whole match which I think I will have to watch now.

Anonymous said...

that whole match is up for download at

www.SpursOrNothing.co.uk

Harry Hotspur said...

TO THE CLOWN LEAVING THE BORING ANTI SEMITIC POSTS:

This is a football blog, please, take your anger somewhere else, to place where someone might care about your views.

Buy a gun, make bombs if you want, but please, p*ss off and do it somewhere else.

Thankyou


HH

Anonymous said...

THFC6061 should be bombed if you want, but please, p*ss off our land

Anonymous said...

idiot

billy nick said...

I remember the night very well. Maradona and Hoddle's link up play was almost telepathic. Good editing on the video too to cut Brady's free kick.

Anonymous said...

amazing. never knew this happened. i heard a rumour once that spurs tried to buy maradona in the 80's, but just dismissed it as b*****it

Vinny said...

Nice to see true football supporters here pay tribute to Diego Armando Maradona, the greatest footballer Ive ever seen despite his 2 very different moments in '86. One of pure dishonest gamesmanship (seen all the time these days) and the other just of pure magic genius. I think our very own Gazza could have been just as good, except as bobby Robson said, he was "daft as a brush". Apart from that he provided us with magical moments of our very own in a Spurs shirt. How many people agree Gazza should have been remembered as an all time great? (although he always will be to me)

Harry Hotspur said...

I'm going to use the 'silly season' as a good excuse to post a few more clips such as this up.

The shared memories are great.

EL said...

Nice way to keep the football vacuum at bay Harry. Feel free to put the whole match on here. Torrents is a mystery to me, being a computer pleb.

Dave716 said...

why did maradona play 4 spurs this day??? a testimonial or sumthin???

Anonymous said...

At that times Maradona was on 18 k/week, and most of Spurs stars were on about 2k/week.

Players from that era came out poor after retirement from the game. Tony Galvin is a school teacher now, maybe he is now on 600/week.
Hughton is the lucky man because he is the on Spurs payroll for life!

Anonymous said...

Came out of the game 'poor' after years of being paid circa 2,000 pounds a week in the mid eighties???

Was that last post from the duke of westminster?

Harry Hotspur said...

lol, very good too...