Some Spurs fans react to the retirement of a club legend

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Tottenham Hotspur club legend, Peter Crouch, has announced his retirement from football today, but he leaves behind a sporting legacy.

Crouchy was in the Tottenham academy between 1995 and 1998, before training as a senior player for two years after.

Crouch would eventually move onto Queens Park Rangers, Portsmouth, Liverpool, and many others before finally returning to North London.

The big man only spent three seasons back at the Lane, but he will forever go down in the club’s history books, synonymous with some of the biggest Champions League memories.

Not only did he score the headed goal against Man City that saw Spurs qualify for the Champions League for the first time ever, but he was also in fine scoring form in the competition itself.

Who could forget Crouch’s late winner against AC Milan, set up by Aaron Lennon, or his tap in against Inter Milan courtesy of Gareth Bale.

Some Spurs fans have taken to Twitter to wish Crouchy the best of retirements.

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