OSSIE


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I was just a few months off my testimonial with United after 10 years service but Ossie offered me a five-year contract and all I wanted was to play first-team football," said Scott.
But Ossie reckons his compatriot is well up to the task.
Ossie was born in Stockton, which was the place to be if your love was trams - the high street was a tram paradise with trams rattling contentedly along in both directions every few minutes.
Pochettino said: "I know Ossie and I have met him and the last time I played with Southampton at White Hart Lane I met with Ricky, too.
Controversial and quintessentially British, Ossie Clark in his late-60s/early-70s heyday defined and designed Swinging London.
while Darron Gibson wrote: "Well done Ossie lad, well deserved
I''m not sure I would ever compare Ossie with Iniesta because the Barcelona man is an unbelievable talent and unplayable at times.
Ambition He said: "All my managers had an influence on me - but Ossie came in at Swindon after Lou Macari and completely changed the style of football we played.
There were some interesting ones who we probably wouldn't chase too much, the first one in was Ossie Ardiles.
Susan is due to record her much awaited debut album with judge and show boss Simon Cowell's Syco record label, but purportedly wants veteran Ossie to look after her finances.
Perryman said:: "We taught them how to drink and Ossie taught a few of our younger lads how to smoke.
The Ossie in the title was, of course, Argentine World Cup winner Ossie Ardiles, who has the final word, as he reveals his dream is "To ween thee cop for Tottingham".