Alfie Conn was a 'proper' Spurs type of player, who would have been absolutely adored by the fans of today. He was the last player signed by Bill Nicholson and played for Spurs between 1974 and 1977, scoring a hat-trick in a 5-2 win over Newcastle on his deyboo.
He won 2 caps for Scotland whilst with us and was very much a fans favourite. Coming to White Hart lane for £150,000 from Glasgow Rangers, Alfie soon became known as 'The King of White Hart Lane' due to his fantastic dribbling skills and trickery.
Due in part to his inspired form in 1974-75, we avoided relegation, finishing in 19th position in the old Division One table. His time with us was beset by injuury and he finished up making 38 appearances and scoring 6 goals.
He was also one of very few Scottish footballers to play for both Glasgow Rangers and Celtic.
Maybe not so much of a legend, more a cult hero to those who remember him...........