Greavsie & The Spurs Captains - Signed by Greaves, Mackay, Perryman & Mullery

Fantastic print of Jimmy Greaves & The Spurs Captains - hand signed by Jimmy Greaves, Dave Mackay, Steve Perryman & Alan Mullery.
Product code: A3334
Approximate size: 23 x 16.5 inches

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About Jimmy Greaves One of the most naturally gifted and prolific strikers of any era, Jimmy Greaves was born to score goals and in an iconic career that spanned three glorious decades, that is exactly what he did with an unerring regularity for club and country. Greaves was simply sensational in front of goal and from the moment he marked his debut for Chelsea as a 17-year-old in 1957 with a goal, it was obvious he was destined for great things. He spent four seasons at Stamford Bridge and scored an incredible 124 times in just 157 appearances. It was, however, in the famous white of Tottenham Hotspur that he was to truly establish himself as one of the game's greats. Signed by Bill Nicholson in 1961 after a brief and unhappy sojourn in Italy with AC Milan, Greaves found his spiritual home at White Hart Lane and his arrival in north London was the beginning of a nine-year love affair between the player and the club. The striker lit up the old First Division with Spurs, finishing the league's top scorer in four separate seasons and his goals helped the club to lift the FA Cup in 1962 and 1967. In 1963, he was part of the Tottenham team who became the first British side to lift a European trophy after they famously beat Atletico Madrid 5-1 in the final of the Cup Winners' Cup. He left Spurs aged 30 in 1970 having rewritten the club's record books. In total, he scored a breathtaking 266 goals in 379 games for the Lilywhites and is still widely regarded as the greatest striker in Tottenham's illustrious history. Greaves was even more prolific in the white of England. He marked his international debut against Peru in 1959 with a goal and over the next eight years he played times for his country and scored 44 times. He is third on the all-time England goalscorers list behind Bobby Charlton and Gary Lineker but his goals per game ratio remains superior to both. Injury robbed him of the chance to play in the 1966 World Cup final but his impact on the international stage was undimmed by the cruel twist of fate and he will forever be remembered as one of England's greatest ever strikers. About Dave Mackay Described by the late, great Brian Clough as 'Tottenham's greatest ever player', Dave Mackay was a fearless defender who galvanised all those around him and during his nine seasons at White Hart Lane he helped inspire the club to its most successful years of the modern era. Signed from Scottish side Hearts for £32,000 in March 1959, the Edinburgh-born star quickly fund his feet in north London and with the attacking talents of Jimmy Greaves and Cliff Jones on hand to compliment his no-nonsense defending, Tottenham became a force to be reckoned with. Mackay famously won the double - the first of the twentieth century - with the club in 1961 and went on to win the FA Cup in both 1962 and 1967, as well as the 1963 Cup Winners' Cup after Atletico Madrid were beaten 5-1 in Rotterdam. He finally left the club in 1958 when Clough persuaded him to sign for Derby County but Mackay's place in Spurs history was already assured. He was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2002. About Steve Perryman The most loyal servant in Spurs' illustrious history, Steve Perryman joined the club as a teenage apprentice in July 1967 and during a 17-year career at White Hart Lane, he went on to make a record 866 appearances for the first team. Signed by Bill Nicholson, Perryman was a tenacious and tireless midfielder and made his league debut in 1969 against Sunderland at the age of 17. He was soon one of the first names on the Tottenham team sheet and by the age of 20, Nicholson had already entrusted him with the captain's armband. Perryman remains one of the most successful Spurs players of all time, winning the 1971 and 1973 League Cups, the 1981 and 1982 FA Cups, as well Uefa Cup in 1972 and then again in 1984 Uefa Cup after Tottenham famously beat Anderlecht in a dramatic penalty shootout. Although only capped once by England, Perryman was the heartbeat of the Spurs side for more than a decade and although he moved to right back towards the end of his career, he was always in the thick of the action. He was named the Football Writers' Player of the Year in 1982 and he was awarded the MBE in 1986 - the same year his love affair as a player with the Lane finally came to an end. About Alan Mullery Alan Mullery joined Spurs in 1963 from Fulham and stayed with the club for the next eight years. In 1971 he captained England in one of the 35 games he played for his country. His outstanding abilities as a midfield player were used to excellent effect in the 1971 League Cup campaign and helped to secure the final victory over Aston Villa at Wembley. Own a piece of sporting history A wonderful piece of Tottenham memorabilia, every print is personally signed. Each print is issued with a certificate of authenticity signed by our managing director.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Product type Signed prints
Signed by Alan Mullery, Dave Mackay, Jimmy Greaves, Steve Perryman
Approximate size 23 x 16.5 inches
Product code A3334
Bin Number E36
Preframed No


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