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Names of the Nineties: Jürgen Klinsmann

Stigma and unfair reputations about players from overseas still exist but pale in comparison to what it once was thanks to Jürgen Klinsmann

Names of the Nineties: Darren Anderton

Darren Anderton should be remembered for his professionalism and qualities on the pitch, not the unfortunate injuries that so agonisingly kept him off it

Names of the Nineties: Neil Ruddock

At his peak, Neil Ruddock represented much of what was beloved in an English defender: commanding in defence and calmness and confident on the ball

Names of the Nineties: David Ginola

Ginola was an enigmatic footballer who played with his heart on his sleeve – and his charisma and talent would see him become a true cult hero

Names of the Nineties: Tim Sherwood

Tim Sherwood was, at his peak, something we rarely see in the Premier League today: a larger-than-life, blood-and-thunder character, unable to be usurped

The redemption of Alan Mullery at Tottenham

A Tottenham legend let go on loan mid-season to a league below, Alan Mullery would remarkably return and prove the hero in their UEFA Cup glory of 1972