Clive played for more London clubs – QPR, Crystal Palace,
Arsenal (just three pre-season friendlies), Chelsea, West

Ham and Millwall – than any other footballer in history.
It is, of course, Spurs with which he will always be
associated, and in particular his golden 1986-87 season,
when he scored 49 goals and was voted PFA and Football
Writers’ Association Player of the Year.

From a famous footballing family, Clive also scored goals
for Bordeaux, Manchester City and Carlisle before returning
to Spurs in a coaching role. In all he scored 202 goals in 418
League games, and was capped five times by England.

As soon as he could walk, Clive had a ball at his feet in the days when his father, Les, was helping Spurs win the League and FA Cup double. He is an experienced television pundit, and has a wealth of stories to share, including his rare experience of playing as a specialist kicker for London Monarchs in the NFL.