6. Michael Hazard
Hazard, a very skilled player with exceptional passing skills and the potential to score important goals, signed his first professional contract with Spurs and made his League debut on April 19, 1980. He was a member of the team that won the 1982 FA Cup and UEFA Cup in 1984, where his crosses led to goals in both legs of the final of the UEFA Cup against Anderlecht.
In 1985 he joined Chelsea, where he stayed for 5 seasons, but he returned to Spurs towards the end of his career when Ossie Ardiles was manager. Sadly, he`ll go down as somebody who was never really given the chance to flourish wherever he went.
5. Terry Venables
A classy midfielder, Terry Venables started his professional football career with Chelsea, signing for the Blues as an apprentice before becoming professional in 1960. During his time at Stamford Bridge, Venables became captain and led Chelsea to their 1965 League Cup victory – scoring in the final against Leicester. He played 237 games for Chelsea scoring 31 times.
He joined Spurs in 1966 and was a member of the 1967 FA Cup-winning team. Terry Venables played 142 games for the Spurs scoring nine goals. He left in 1969 to join QPR but returned to Tottenham as manager and led them to the 1991 FA Cup success.
4. Glen Hoddle
The only one who has played for both Chelsea and Tottenham and also managed both clubs. Glenn Hoddle developed through the Spurs youth system to become a ‘Legend’ at the club. His skill, vision and goals were a delight to behold and he was a member of the successful team of the 1980s, winning FA Cup medals in 1981 and 1982, scoring the goals in the Final and replay win over QPR.
He moved to France after leaving Spurs in 1987. He played for Chelsea on his return to English football and managed them before returning to White Hart Lane as manager. He only played 39