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Photo gallery: 20 players you forget played for Spurs

Michael Carrick

Carrick went from West Ham to White Hart Lane before moving to Mancheste United in 2006.

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César

After a career in Spain where he played for Valladolid, Real Madrid and Real Zaragoza, he signed for the English club in 2008 before moving back to Spain with Valencia.

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Edgar Davids

Edgar Davis, The 'Pitbull', played for Spurs before moving back to Ajax.

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Federico Fazio

The central defender made a career at Sevilla and spend a year and a half after that at Spurs. he would then move onto Roma.

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David Ginola

The French maestro made his career at PSG at the start of the 90's but made the move to England with Newcastle and then onto London with Spurs.

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Giovani dos Santos

The Mexican signed with Spurs in 2008 when he was an up-and.coming 19-year-old. Avter various loans, he finally left Spurs in 2012.

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Eidur Gudjohnsen

The Icelandic striker arrived in 2010 on loan from Monaco.

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Frédéric Kanouté

Along with robbie Keane and Jermaine Defoe, Kanouté made up an excellent striker force at Spurs for two years before moving to Sevilla.

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Kasey Keller

The charismatic goalkeeper, who played in Spain with Rayo, left Vellcas to sign up with Spurs for three years.

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Kevin Prince Boateng

Prince arrived in London as a teenager from Hertha Berlin but only played at Spurs for one year before a loan move to borussia Dortmund and eventually a move to Portsmouth ended his spell.

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Jurgen Klinsmann

The German striker played for Spurs for two spells and for two years in total with stops at Bayern Munich and Sampdoria sandwiched in between.

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Gary Lineker

the English striker signed with Spurs in 1989 after spending three years at Barcelona. He scored 90 goals at the club.

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Mido

The Egyptian striker spent two years at the club on loan from Roma, scoring 14 goals in 48 games.

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Naybet

The Moroccan defender arrived in England after seven years with Coruña. He retired as a Spurs player in 2006.

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the central midfielder played with Tottenham in 2013, arriving from Corinthians. After a poor spell at the club, he moved to China.

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Helder Postiga

The Portuguese striker was a reference point in attack for Porto when they won the UEFA Cup in 2003. He signed for Spurs after that but couldn't settle and returned to Porto one year later.

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Gustavo Poyet

The Uruguayan arrived at Spurs after a long spell with Real Zaragoza and a spell at Chelsea.

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Roberto Soldado

The Valencian striker swapped the Mestalla for White Hart Lane for €30 million. His stay was not particularly enjoyable, however, before the rise of Harry Kane pushed him out.

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Rafael Van der Vaart

The Dutch playmaker arrived in 2010 from Real Madrid, after spending three years in the Spanish capital, before returning to Hamburg.

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Nayim

The Barcelona youth product left the club at 22 to play with Spurs until 1988. In 1993, Real Zaragoza signed him where he would score against Arsenal in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, as he became a Spurs legend.

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