Rosenthal, born in Haifa, Israel, started his career at his local Maccabi Haifa, winning two Israeli league titles before securing a high-profile move to Club Brugge.
After periods at both Standard Liege and Liverpool, Rocket Ronny joined the Lilywhites in January 1994, becoming an instant regular and fan-favourite at White Hart Lane.
Perhaps most infamously for the Tottenham faithful, Rosenthal netted an impressive hat-trick against Southampton in the FA Cup en route to the semi-final.
In 1997, Rosenthal was sold to Watford, waving goodbye to the North London crowd, although the club clearly still holds a place in his heart.
We caught up with Ronny this week to talk Jose Mourinho, Heung-min Son, and his memories of the good old days at the Lane.
Speaking exclusively to SpursWeb about his favourite Tottenham moment (via Instagram direct messages), Rosenthal said: “My hat-trick against Southampton. It was just one of those days where everything I touched turned to gold!
“Going 2-0 down and scoring 3 doesn’t get much better than that for a player! The fans were amazing as well. I loved the chants and the atmosphere at White Hart Lane!
“I loved playing with Sheringham too. He was a very intelligent player who could link up play well and also be a target man who could hold the ball up, score and assist.”
On whether Jose Mourinho is the man to take Spurs to the next level, Rocket Ronny added: “On paper, there are not many others more qualified for the job. He has won at almost every club that he has been to and has experience in many different countries. I see no reason why he won’t be a success at Spurs!”
Finally, on the two current players Ronny would have loved to have played with at Spurs, he said: “Kane is one of the best strikers in the game. Quick strong, technique, finishing ability. He is a complete striker. I love Sonny too. Seems like a great guy too. Very direct, skilful and can make things happen! I would have loved to play with both of them.”
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