Not forgetting to include the game changing 'Banker'!
7: Russell AndersonHe grew up in the Mannofield area of Aberdeen and attended Aberdeen Grammar School. He began his career with local club Aberdeen. Anderson progressed through the ranks to make his first-team debut in 1997; scoring his first goal for the club in a 4–0 win against Hibernian in 2000.
Spurs were the winners in this weekend’s North London derby thanks to Harry Kane’s header four minutes after the break. It should have been a more resounding scoreline though, with Petr Cech keeping the Gunners in it with a defiant performance.
7: Len Phillips1947-56, 261 appearances, 62 goalsRated as one of the most skilful players to grace the club, Phillips was the inside left during the championship seasons. He was Pompey’s engine room with an exceptional work rate allied to clinical tackling, incisive passing and a rocket of a shot.