Hi Spurs fan here.
Just wanted to come on and offer my condolences to a Dundee and Spurs legend and thank you for producing such a magnificent player.
I was privileged enough to have seen the magnificent Gilly play live and on TV in the early 1970s an on DVDs of our cup finals and league matches of the era. The partnerships he had with Greaves and subsequently Chivers were an absolute joy to behold and there can't have ever been many better headers of a ball in football.
We used to sing 'Gilzean, Gilzean...born is the King of White Hart Lane' and he earned and deserved that accolade. The song was subsequently given to Hoddle. Good company.
Gilly largely kept to himself in recent years but was thankfully brought back into the Spurs family few seasons back to do corporate and hospitality work for the club. He was treated and thought of like a king and older fans loved his on pitch half time interviews.
A great Scot in a long list of great Scots to play for Tottenham.
Good luck for the new season. Hope it goes well for you.