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So Ossie brought in the young players, who the fans liked because they were coming through the youth system.
Speaking on his first-ever safari experience, Ossie said: "It's been a fantastic day.
Ossie, Vijaya and his colleagues ended up in prison for this.
And Ossie has seen enough to back his team in the race for a top-four place.
The Barrett family moved to Saltburn in 1924, and in 1931 Ossie began attending St Mary's College, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, meaning an enjoyable daily train and tram ride.
Ossie told me that this is a really good club, he is in love with Tottenham and is an idol here.
When it was winding down and almost over … a car pulled up and delivered an exhausted looking Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
I owe him a lot and some of the things I do are led by things Ossie showed me.
Quick as a flash Douglas Osborn, affectionately known as Ossie, replied: "No, we might have to declare it.
The 48-year-old and her family allegedly signed legendary showbiz guru Ossie Kilkenny, who turned the Irish rock band into multi-millionaires.
THOSE Tottenham fans with access to the ESPN Classic channel should look out tonight for a fine documentary called From The Pampas To The Lane: Ossie and Ricky's Story (7pm).