mike dillon - fact file
1968 - 197- defender/midfielder
|Born : - Highgate, North London,
Height : - .m
Weight : - - kgs
Attended : School,
Went to Holloway School. Played for Islington, London and Middlesex Boys and represented England Schoolboys.
Mike captained the Spurs team that won the FA Youth Cup in 1970 and won seven England Youth appearances, including a place in the team that won the “Little World Cup” in Czechoslovakia in May 1971.
Signed as an apprentice in May 1968 and
became a professional in December 1969.
Married Deborah Burke from Totteridge in August 1973 at St. Mary Magdelene Church in Whetstone. His best man was his brother and ex-Spurs apprentice and professional, Tom.
Went out on laon to Swindon
Drove a Triumph 2000.
Spent Tuesdays and Thursdays helping Tony Want coaching the Under-15s at the club.
Lived with his parents in Cheshunt.
Lived in Enfield, having bought a house next to Ray Evans.
|What they said about Mike Dillon|
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|What Mike Dillon said about ...|
... loan spell in Canada with Montreal Olympic ... 12.08.1972 (THFC programme)
"Graeme Souness and Mike
Dillon spent the summer on loan at Montreal Olympic but
Dillon thought that the standard wasn't great, with the
Spurs Reserve team likely to beat most of the teams in the
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