"Our energy is 100 percent green and we also supply to residential, small businesses and hotel chains. "But we're doing as much as we can to help the environment for the children of the planet and in the middle of that we're building a business. He was the director of football at Exeter City from 2003 until his temporary retirement in March 2018. He helped Dundee win the Scottish league championship in 1961–62 and Tottenham win the FA Cup in 1967, two League Cups and the 1971–72 UEFA Cup. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do). "We've had fantastic press out here, probably because it was a surprise that I was involved with an energy project. "It was a great experience. at Post War English & Scottish Football League A–Z Player's Database, Football League First Division top goalscorer, "1984 UEFA Cup Final 2nd Leg Tottenham 1-1 Anderlecht 2-2 on aggregate (Tottenham win 4-3 on penalties)", Eight more Scots greats enter Hall of Fame, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

A. Robertson and then alongside his Tottenham Hotspur teammates and Chas & Dave singing "Tottenham, Tottenham". On 15 November 2009 he was inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.

"Our partner is a billion dollar company called Nexus Energia and they own about 25 ,000 solar farms. In 2000 Archibald re-emerged in Scottish football when he mounted a bid to buy financially troubled First Division club Airdrieonians.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been the club's home ground since April 2019, replacing their former home of White Hart Lane, which had been demolished to make way for the new stadium on the same site. And it's a business model he's planning to push overseas. [3] He left Hibs in 1990 after falling out with manager Alex Miller, and had a brief return to Spain with Espanyol (then in the Second Division). Alan John Gilzean was a Scottish professional football player, active from 1955 to 1975. Sun 11am-5pm [4] He then helped Barça reach the European Cup final in 1986, only to lose on penalty kicks to Steaua Bucharest. Graham Paul Roberts is an English retired footballer and manager who played as a defender for numerous clubs including Tottenham Hotspur, Rangers, Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion. CLUB CAREER: 1974 East Stirlingshire (trial) 1 (0) 1974–1977 Clyde 65 (7) 1977–1980 Aberdeen 76 (29) 1980–1984 Tottenham Hotspur 131 (58) Henry Austin McCann is a Scottish former footballer who played as a defender. He was playing for local teams such as Croftfoot United and Fernhill Athletic [3] while completing his training as a car mechanic when he was spotted by Scottish First Division club Clyde in 1974. During the 1952–53 season Hearts competed in the Scottish First Division, the Scottish Cup, the Scottish League Cup and the East of Scotland Shield.

Hampden Park, Glasgow, G42 9BA [5] Archibald scored 77 goals in 189 appearances for Spurs between 1980 and 1984, [5] forming successful striking partnerships with Garth Crooks and Mark Falco. Open Seven Days Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. Cambuslang Hibernian F.C., also known as the Cambuslang Hibs, was a football club based in the town of Cambuslang, Scotland which was founded in 1884 and dissolved in 1908. He was play­ing for local teams such as Fern­hill Ath­letic while com­plet­ing his train­ing as a car me­chanic when he was spot­ted by Scot­tish First Di­vi­sion club Clyde in 1974. He was quick off the block after arriving in London and collected an FA Cup winners' medal in his first season. "What we're trying to do is personalise that experience through football clubs. As for the game, Steve Archibald made his second appearance for Hibs and though short of match fitness lasted 82 minutes before being subbed by George McCluskey. We think what we've got is pretty unique.". The Glasgow-born star has worked on Spanish TV for a number of years as a football pundit covering La Liga. After winning the Scottish Premier Division title in 1980, he moved to London club Tottenham Hotspur for £800,000, [4] where he finished the top scorer in the First Division and won the FA Cup in his first season there. To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. During the 1971–72 season Hearts competed in the Scottish First Division, the Scottish Cup, the Scottish League Cup and the Texaco Cup. During his career, McCann played in the Scottish Premier League for Heart of Midlothian as well as having spells in both the Scottish and English football leagues. Football League First Division top goalscorer, "1984 UEFA Cup Final 2nd Leg Tottenham 1-1 Anderlecht 2-2 on aggregate (Tottenham win 4-3 on penalties)", Eight more Scots greats enter Hall of Fame, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. [3]. You've disabled JavaScript in your web browser. He recalled walking out at the Nou Camp for the first time and being struck by its size. In 1984, he joined Barcelona for £1,150,000,[4] where in his first season he helped them win the La Liga title for the first time in 11 years. A third-party browser plugin, such as Ghostery or NoScript, is preventing JavaScript from running. He later managed East Fife and Airdrieonians. Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. https://www.where-are-they-now.co.uk/footballer/ARCHIBALD+Steve/1652 Archibald eventually scored 77 goals in 189 first-team appearances before leaving for Barcelona in the summer of 1984. Archibald was top scorer in the English League in his first season with ‘Spurs’ and in a four year spell would score 77 goals in 189 appearances. "Before Spurs, we won the league with Aberdeen with a fantastic team - and it was our first league title in 25 years. Danny Lennon is a football player and coach, who is currently the manager of Clyde. "We won the league in my first year, I scored my first goal against Real Madrid away from home. Stephen John Perryman MBE is an English former professional footballer who is most famous for his successes with Tottenham Hotspur during the 1970s and early 1980s. There are a few reasons this might happen: To request an unblock, please fill out the form below and we will review it as soon as possible. Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed, Steve Archibald, right, is now the President of Energia Valencianista, On October 5, Valencia's President of the Board of Directors Anil Murthy and Archibald announced their sponsorship deal, Energia Valencianista are environmentally friendly, providing energy through tens of thousands of solar farms, Leeds flop Tomas Brolin quit football at 28 to sell vacuum cleaners – and has been loving retirement, Archibald promises that for every customer who switches to Energie Valencianista a tree will be planted to help save the planet, Energia Valencianista also offer a 5 percent discount to new customers, Archibald admitted he's been environmentally conscious for some time, Archibald was capped 27 times for Scotland and played in the 1982 World Cup, Former Barcelona striker Archibald said he's already inked deals overseas to take his company global, Steve Archibald is a TV pundit like his former team-mate Glenn Hoddle, Archibald was one of a number of British players, including Gary Lineker, who were brought in by manager Terry Venables, He was brought to the Nou Camp to be Diego Maradona's replacement in 1984, Venables paidfor £1,150,000 for Archibald to replace the outgoing Maradona, At Spurs, Archibald won two FA Cups and a Uefa Cup, Archibald played alongside Ossie Ardiles in that successful Spurs side, And he became the first person to appear on Top of the Pops twice singing two different songs, Archibald sang 'We Have a Dream' with Scotland and 'Tottenham, Tottenham,' with Spurs, Tottenham's new away kit ridiculed for looking like Barcelona's training stash, Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). George Graham is a Scottish former footballer and manager. William Edward Nicholson was an English football player, coach, manager and scout who had a 36-year association with Tottenham Hotspur. In addition Energia Valencianista were announced as sponsors of Valencia on October 5. [3] He left Hibs in 1990 after falling out with manager Alex Miller, and had a brief return to Spain with Espanyol (then in the Second Division). "The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. Before his time in Spain, Archibald was a revelation at Spurs and Aberdeen, where he enjoyed much success. He explained: "I was the first person to appear twice singing two different songs on Top of the Pops. He played prominently as a forward for Aberdeen, winning the Scottish league in 1980, Tottenham Hotspur, winning two FA Cups and a UEFA Cup, and Barcelona, winning the Spanish league in 1985.

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