Tottenham Hotspur: A Tribute to Players Sold During the Summer Window

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Tottenham Hotspur: A Tribute to Players Sold During the Summer Window
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A moment to forever be remembered in Tottenham lore

After this summer's transfer window has gone, it is time to reflect and predict the effects of the movement in and out at Tottenham Hotspur. While most articles regarding the transfer period dwell on business into the club, this piece is the contrary.

Much has been discussed about Tottenham's lack of spending on the final day of the summer, where the club only managed to bring in Scott Parker for a fee believed to be £5 million.

Instead of building on an already overcrowded squad list, manager Harry Redknapp and chairman Daniel Levy managed to streamline their team, ridding the club of its so-called "deadweight."

That "deadweight" managed to rake in a total of nearly £29 million, not including the subsidized wages from the myriad of players loaned out to various clubs.

But what about those players technically classified as "deadweight?" The term is an umbrella over a list of proven internationals, strong squad players, and club legends in their own rights.

The following is a tribute to the players gone who have represented the Lilywhites for the final time.

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