Alan captained Spurs, Fulham and England during an outstanding playing career. He made his debut for Fulham at the age of 17, playing alongside his hero Johnny Haynes. Alan was best known as a fearless competitor and a great leader. He played 35 times for his country and was voted England’s ‘Player of the Tournament’ at the 1970 World Cup Finals in Mexico. He enjoyed ‘glory glory’ years at Tottenham where he won the FA Cup, the League Cup and the UEFA Cup. Alan went on to become a successful manger, leading Brighton to the First Division. More recently, Alan has enjoyed working as a soccer pundit for Sky Sports and Talk Sport Radio. He is a regular member of the matchday hospitality teams at Spurs and Fulham and is also one of the UK’s top after-dinner speakers. His hit autobiography was voted ‘Book of The Week’ by the Sunday Times.