Just typical of the man to show all that heart to come through such a frightening time and then think about putting his boots on again.
“I’m trying to keep my fitness up and maybe even play and stamp my coaching badges in January,” said Horsfield.
“I’ll speak to (Walsall manager) Jimmy Mullen because he and (assistant) John Schofield were different class.
Roy could do a lot worse that ask the big man back to Motspur Park to show Bobby Zamora how to make a nuisance of himself. Anyone who played against Geoff certainly knew they were in for a real battle.
The very best of luck to him in completing his coaching badges.
And, just for fun, let’s relive that magical night when the Horse and Barry Hayles bundled Tottenham out of the League Cup. One of the few bright spots under Paul Bracewell, I’ll never forget the way Geoff turned Sol Campbell inside out and buried a brilliant finish past Ian Walker. That’s when I believed the ‘Horsfield for England’ chants!