For someone whose career was unfulfilled in the eyes of many, former Tottenham Hotspur and England winger Darren Anderton certainly crammed plenty in.
The player affectionately known as ‘Shaggy' turned out 477 times in the Premier League and Football League, as well as winning 30 England caps and representing his country at two major tournaments – including the 1996 European Championships in the UK.
Football Whispers TV recently sat down with the 45-year-old for an exclusive interview at FW:2 at Stadium mk.
Anderton spoke about his career at Spurs, where he spent 12 memorable years and won the League Cup, his time with England, reaching the semi-finals of the 1996 Euros and the 1998 World Cup in France, how he felt about being called ‘Sicknote' and what it meant to leave White Hart Lane.
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