Results for Micky Hazard

Tough life this old pros lark

10:00 am
Micky Hazard is a Match Day ambassador at White Hart Lane and is looking forward to today while some of his former pros have been having a jolly, I mean working hard supporting good causes, out in Jersey ahead of today's game.

Off to the Lane with yesterday's results perfect, hoping today's results even more perfect COME ON YOU SPURSSSSSS Enjoy everyone I will COYS

A few of our old boys are supporting a Jersey Combination team, they get about these old boys, Pat Jennings and Ray Clemence were taking part in a coaching session for Just4Keepers in Jersey aimed at anyone 5 and over.

New JTC JW Ambassadors.Proud to have Paul Miller on board

  1. Amazing morning coaching & meeting & Pat Jennings. Heroes and pure gentleman. Thanks to

The day before they were involved in a golf day, tough life this isn't it!


Let's hope we are happy after the game today with three points safely tucked away.



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Micky Hazard Interview

12:15 pm
One personal favourite of mine is Micky Hazard, I have a lot of favourites from the Hoddle, Perryman, Archblad, Miller, Roberts era, players like Alfie Conn.

http://tottenhamhotspur.blogspot.com


I always though Hazard was unlucky to be around at the sae time as Hoddle, he'd have got more recognition in a different era perhaps. He came down from up north and there is an excellent interview with him in the Sunderland Echo about his homecoming which reveals the thoughts running through a players head when they face an old club.

For that reason alone it's well worth a read.

Micky Hazard Coming Home




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Former players Hazard & Roberts think Marsh talks rubbish

12:30 pm

Hazard & Roberts think Marsh talks rubbish


Rodney Marsh values Harry Kane at £100-million in today's ridiculously inflated transfer market.
“People took it all out of proportion but what I said at the time was that in the current market when people are paying £62.5 million for Angel Di Maria, then Harry Kane’s value in the current market is £100 million. 
“I’m even more convinced now and in a couple of years people will say, ‘remember what Marshy said a couple of years ago, well he was dead right wasn’t he!'”
Former talented midfielder Micky Hazard on the other hand, says March talks nothing but nonsense.

Rodney never talks anything but rubbish, Be Quiet Rodders



Former captain Graham Roberts believes Harry Kane has no intention of leaving Tottenham, he loves the club too much, are we going to see a throwback where a player stays at one club? It would be nice.

Rodney Marsh talking a lot of rubbish as usual will be a Spurs legend and that will mean more to him than any move away.

Roberts if course tweeted that Adebayor was going to sit out the remaining year of his contract and low and behold what is he doing, but just that.




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Further links to Spurs news stories

5:00 pm
Further links from America, Manchester, the official Spurs website and a Crystal Palace fan in a varied news round-up.



If you want a VIP trip to the opening game of the season against Manchester United at Old Trafford hosted by Micky Hazard then follow the link to the official website as the £299 +VAT places are going fast.
Tottenham Hotspur Official Website

Also from the official website is Development Squad coach Ugo Ehiogu. The U-21 side took part in a pre-season tournament in France and Ehiogu talks about what the players would have drawn from participating.
Tottenham Hotspur Official Website

Apparently our interest in Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie  according to this source, I'm afraid transfers work in a different way to this innocent approach. Financially Spurs didn't have to sell Gareth Bale, it means nothing that a club is stable if a bigger club comes along to have a fish. The three facts he lists are all basically irrelevant.

This is one of the transfer stories I haven't really bothered talking about as at the initial figures quoted, £20m the deal has no chance. I have always had a soft spot for Crystal Palace so I hope he stays there and I am glad to see them in the Premier League again, it reminds me of the Peter Taylor and Malcolm 'Big Mal' Allison days with Buran Moore doing commentary.
Hopkin Looking To Curl One

Speculation from the States as to what side Louis van Gaal may pick when Manchester United have Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford in the opening fixture of the season on 8 August.
The Busby Babe

Over in the States Crossfire Premier are looking at taking legal action against Major League Soccer over not receiving a payment for the transfer of DeAndre Yedlin from Seattle Sounders to Tottenham last summer.
SI

Further Tottenham Reading
Spurs could/should be doing more with the loan system
Europa League is important for Tottenham - a look at the commercial side
A further delve into the financial side of Tottenham


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Happy Birthday Micky Hazard

4:30 pm
Today, February 5th is the birthday of one of my favourite players when growing up, when shorts were short, the unsung Micky Hazard, who is 55 today, still young at heart I'm sure Micky.



He was unfortunate to be around at the same time as Glenn Hoddle but had skill of his own that watch a delight to watch in the days when you could turn up at the stadium and buy a ticket.

Back in 2013 Hazard echoed the words of the great Danny Blanchflower when he said the game always is, always will be, or should be about the glory.  Blanchflower if you remember came out with the immortal line;

"The game is about glory. It’s about doing things in style, with a flourish, about going out and beating the other lot, not waiting for them to die of boredom."

Hazard signed a contract and made his League debut for us in a 3–0 victory over Everton on 19 April 1980, then aged a sprightly 20. he went on to live every boys dream by winning the FA Cup at Wembley and added a European trophy for good measure. The one blot was a runners-up medal in the League Cup of 1982 when we lost to Liverpool after extra-time.



While with Spurs he won won the 1982 FA Cup beating QPR in the final, which required defeating Arsenal, Leeds United, Aston Villa, Chelsea and Leicester City to get there.

1982 FA Cup Final Team
Ray Clemence
Chris Hughton
Paul Miller
Paul Price
Micky Hazard
Steve Perryman (c)
Graham Roberts
Steve Archibald
Tony Galvin
Glenn Hoddle
Garth Crooks
Substitute: Garry Brooke
Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

Hazard also picked up the UEFA Cup in 1984 (now the Europa League) and had a hand in goal of both legs of the final against the holders, Belgian side Anderlecht. It was a MIcky Hazard free-kick against then Yugoslavian side (now Croatia) Hajduk Split in the second leg of the semi-final (2-1 down from 1st Leg) that got us to the final.

Both legs finished 1-1 with goals from Paul Miller and skipper Graham Roberts, the crosses supplied by Hazard. We won the penalty shoot-out 4-2 (Roberts, Falcao, Stevens, Archibald) to lift the trophy.

1984 UEFA Cup Final Team - 1st Leg
Tony Parks
Danny Thomas
Chris Hughton
Graham Roberts (c)
Paul Miller
Steve Perryman
Micky Hazard
Steve Archibald
Mark Falco
Gary Stevens
Tony Galvin
Substitutes:
Gary Mabbutt, Garth Crooks, Richard Cooke, Ian Culverhouse, Ray Clemence
Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

1984 UEFA Cup Final Team - 2nd Leg
Tony Parks
Danny Thomas
Chris Hughton
Graham Roberts (c)
Paul Miller
Gary Mabbutt
Micky Hazard
Steve Archibald
Mark Falco
Gary Stevens
Tony Galvin
Substitutes:
Osvaldo Ardiles, Garth Crooks, Mark Bowen, Ally Dick, Ray Clemence
Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

Tottenham Appearances
88 + 31 as a sub League appearances; 15 goals
9 + 3 as a sub FA Cup appearances; 2 goals
12 + 4 as a sub League Cup appearances; 5 goals
22 + 1 as a sub European appearances; 3 goals

Happy Birthday Micky, thanks for the memories.




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Spurs to remain a selling club

12:30 pm
Former  Tottenham midfielder and a favourite of mine, Micky Hazard, has been speaking on one of his regular visit to talksport.

Spurs to remain a selling club


Hazard, now a taxi driver, is just like the rest of us fans and would like to see an end to sales of major players.

“Lloris has just signed a new contract, so I hope the club will keep hold of him for at least another year.

“But, as we found with Bale, if he wants to leave he will do. Bale behaved in the same manner, he signed a five-year deal and then we got £87million for him from Real Madrid, so if the same happens with Lloris then fine.

“But I hope he stays because he’s absolutely top draw, Lloris is the key for Spurs.
“One of the problems the club has had in recent years is that we’ve let all our best players go.
 
“If we had been able to keep hold of the likes of Bale, Modric and Berbatov we could have qualified for the Champions League and maybe even challenged for the Premier League. 
“It’s a problem the club has to address, we can’t keep letting our top players go because they always go on to be successful somewhere else.”

The theory is brilliant but in the real world unless Champions League is achieved then they simply won't stay. Gareth Bale stayed an extra season and we still didn't get Champions League, the club kept bottling it at the end of the season.

How long does a star player wait?

Each season is a year ticking by on a short career, thus they have to rise to the highest level they can and time is limited. As it is Spurs don't have any stars, Lloris is quality but quality keepers are quite common,it's quality outfield players that make the difference.

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You have the Premier League, then you have Europa League clubs, then the money clubs. Without money top players are always going to leave as we are a stepping stone. If you want players to stay then they have to have a sense of belonging to Tottenham and as I have written before that starts when they are 8 and rises with them through the academy.

We have to maximise the link with Tottenham and our current policy of 'mercenary footballers' fights against that. If you can't build that link where they player feels he wants to achieve things with Spurs he'll be off quicker and we'll have to produce even more talent just to have the same number of players available.

However that isn't a route we are going down as the appointment of Steffen Freund shows. An increase in overseas partnerships and loan deals to fast track player development is the blueprint future for Spurs so remaining a selling club until a group of these players come together to give us success in on the cards.




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