1964-77, 590 appearances
Tottenham have been blessed with a couple of keepers of the highest calibre - Jennings and Ray Clemence. The quiet Ulsterman (who got 119 caps for Northern Ireland) gets the nod because the best years of his career were at Spurs, while Clemence was at his peak at Liverpool. Spurs, mind you, misjudged how Jennings was winding down and let him got to Arsenal, who got eight more years out of him.
Tottenham is a club littered with history; from becoming the first side in the 20th century to complete the League and FA Cup double, which they did in 1961, to becoming the first English side to lift a major European trophy when they won the European Cup Winners Cup in 1963.
They didn't do that with mediocre players, making the Tottenham Dream Team a particularly hard selection. But do you agree with our choices? Who would be in your Dream Team?
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