- Tottenham overcome Wolves in the 1st all-British European last in 1972
- Mike England played both feet as they won the UEFA Cup last 3-2 on aggregate
- England admits Spurs hoped to visit someplace more glamorous than Wolves
Mike England spoke into the Daily Mail about playing in the 1st all-English European last
Alan Mullery stands up the trophy as he and their team-mates celebrate winning the UEFA Cup
Tottenham defender England (white top) heads the ball through the very very first leg against Wolves
(L-R): England, Alan Gilzean, Ralph Coates, Joe Kinnear and Martin Chivers pose with all the glass
England states he’ll be delighted whether Tottenham or Liverpool turn out on top on Saturday
Where will they be now? Well, Mike England, a victor in the 1st all-British European last, would be to be located on Wednesday early early morning during the home of their cottage in a village that is pretty Prestatyn, North Wales.
The commanding centre half, with 300 appearances for Tottenham and 44 caps latin bride for Wales, had currently walked their two Shih Tzus, Tinkerbell and Coco Chanel, and finished the physical fitness regime laid straight down all those years straight right right back. Shoulder twists, sit-ups, press ups — 100 of these nevertheless.
He is able to touch their feet because easily as their nose. He could be 77 and slim, the shoulders nevertheless broad and right. Continue reading “‘Our wives had been dreaming about a trip that is glamorous Europe… not Wolverhampton!’: Former Tottenham star Mike England regarding the first ever all-English European final”