By the time he stepped away from top football in 1971, Jimmy Greaves had found the net 357 times, a record that still stands today. He was an exceptionally naturally talented center forward with good ball control, acceleration, a remarkable left foot, and perhaps most of all the exceptional flair for finding time and space inside the box. of repair. After his death in September at the age of 81, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur – the two clubs Greaves was synonymous with – paid tribute to their former player, with Chelsea claiming Greaves was “a truly remarkable player and one of us. â¦ A legend of the game â. Spurs simply said he was their “greatest player of all time”.
Photography: Gerry Cranham / Offside
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