Tottenham’s top TEN ‘Cult Heroes’ of all time
When looking into the history of the illustrious, handsome, and most stimulating club in British football, you would find many a hero. The double-winning side are all heroes, but success does not create cult heroes.
Today I want to look at cult heroes. A cult hero is a maverick, one who is often idolised by little pockets of fans. These players are revered for their oddities and their individuality and not so much for their greatness or success on the pitch.
I am going more along the lines of Ramon Vega, Andy Sinton, Gary Doherty (the ginger Pele) and David Ginola, rather than legends such as Greaves, Lineker, Blanchflower, Perryman, Mackay, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Glenn Hoddle and Gary Mabutt.