THE TEAM IN FULL Starting XI: Pat Jennings; Steve Perryman, Mike England, Ledley King, Cyril Knowles; Dave Mackay, Glenn Hoddle, Ossie Ardiles, Paul Gascoigne; Jimmy Greaves, Gareth Bale. Substitutes: Hugo Lloris, Jurgen Klinsmann, Danny Blanchflower, Cliff Jones, Gary Mabbutt, Gary Lineker, David Ginola, Luka Modric Voted for by the players, fans and pundits, a squad of 19 players from Tottenham’s glorious past have been selected as the club’s finest players in history. Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, who left White Hart Lane in 2013 for a then world-record fee, is the only contemporary player to make the starting XI. The Welshman, who is busy preparing for Real Madrid’s Champions League clash at Legia Warsaw, said it was a ‘huge honour’ to be selected. ”I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who voted me in to the greatest Spurs team of all time, it is a huge honour to be picked alongside so many great players and part of such an amazing club.” Neither Gascoigne or Greaves – the club’s all-time leading goalscorer – will be in attendance tomorrow, but the pair were keen to emphasise their love and appreciation of the club. “I'm honoured to be picked in the greatest ever Spurs team by the fans and ex-players,” said Greaves. “I loved my time there and thank you to everybody that voted.” Gascoigne added: “I had a great time at Spurs. the fans are still fantastic to me everywhere i go on my live shows. I will always have great memories and we had great fun in my time there. Thanks for this honour.” 20 Spurs legends will gather at Planet Hollywood in central London on Tuesday for the launch of Harry Harris’ new book, Down Memory Lane, a fan’s view of the last 55 years at the club. The event will also see the announcement of the clubs’ Greatest Player of All Time and its Greatest Ever Team.