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Thanks for visiting Spurs Odyssey! What a torpedo into my celebratory mood.
The G-Men are no more. Greavsie is desperately ill following his stroke, and now Gilly has gone. This old hack is mortified.
We all loved Gilly. There was nobody who did not have a soft spot for him as a feller, and we were all in awe of him as a footballer. He could make the ball talk. You could have set his movement on the pitch to music.
He danced many a pas de deux with Greavsie and then with big Martin Chivers as his partner. What music they made together, with Alan providing the subtlety of touch with either foot and glancing headers that were his trademark.
Gilly was an extraordinarily gifted forward who could thread The odyssey and big fish ball through the eye of a needle. He specialised in flick headers, and was an intelligent positional player who often popped up in unmarked places that caught defenders napping. Born in Coupar Angus on 22 OctoberAlan first made a name for himself as a free-scoring forward with Dundee and won the league title with them and helped the club reach the European Cup semi-finals the following season.
He is as much idolised at Dens Park as he is at Tottenham. Alan arrived at the Lane in December as replacement for the bulldozing Bobby Smith.
The contrast was stark, but he was every bit as devastating as the mighty Smith and he majestically earned the title The King of White Hart Lane. He and Greavsie went together like fish and chips and they were the most dynamic duo in the League for three or four years.
Gilly won 22 Scottish caps, and settled to another winning partnership with Martin Chivers when Jimmy moved on in He wound down his exciting and often eccentric career in South Africa, and cut his links with football after brief experience as manager of Stevenage. His son Ian was a Spurs youth player and later scored goals for Dundee, just like his adored Dad.
After 30 years out of the spotlight Alan returned to the celebrity circuit to get the acclaim his talent deserved. When Bill Nicholson called him into his office to say that a supporter had seen him leaving a nightclub at 2am, Gilly said: I was just arriving. Quick as a flash he said: But he would have been delighted and supportive of the amazing Tottenham input.
Extraordinarily, there are nine Spurs players still in action with the final four contenders for the title: I was tempted to add Kyle Walker, who still has a strong Tottenham tinge.
He is the midfield puppeteer who pulls the strings for Croatia and if England can cut out his passes then they have a huge chance of playing in Moscow next Sunday. What a sight that would be for Tottenham fans. While waiting for the new season to get under way and Spurs to move into their state-of-the-art home, I will be telling you the story here that Eamonn could not tell.
Bill was a blunt, sometimes stubborn, no-nonsense, say-it-as-you-see-it, almost stereotypical dour Yorkshireman.
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