Spurs finished as the league's top scorers and with its tightest defence, but will end the season with nothing to show for it bar a second-place finish.
Clarke was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, and brought up in nearby Kirkby.
When the recommendations of the report were implemented in 1967 and most consensual gay sex was decriminalised it remained unlawful for two men to arrange to meet for sex, to exchange phone numbers with a view to having sex or to even chat each other up in a public place.
It was not until 2001 that gay and bisexual men achieved sexual equality when the age of consent was equalised.
Clarke was also the voice for the character of "Bixie" in the Weetabix adverts at this time.Her public career began in 1978, as a presenter on the late-night entertainment magazine show, What's On, which was just shown in the Granada region. In 1983, Clarke appeared as Fran in two early episodes of the Liverpool-set Channel 4 soap opera Brookside, credited as Margi Mac Gregor.Her brother Frank wrote her in, because, as she later said, she "had a gas bill which I couldn't pay".Liverpool’s struggling striker Christian Benteke can be as good as Robert Lewandowski if he is given time to adapt at Anfield, claims Brendan Rodgers.Benteke has scored just seven goals since joining Liverpool from Aston Villa for £32m during the summer, leading to suggestions he may move on at the end of the season.The Gunners, down to 10 men for the majority of the game, comfortably beat Everton 3-1 at the Emirates but could not move out of fifth place due to Liverpool and City's wins.