Tottenham Hotspur Football Club's captain and longest-serving player, Michael Dawson, signed for Hull City yesterday. The former Nottingham Forest centre back, who is 30 years of age, was deemed surplus to requirements under new Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino's regime and reunites with former Spurs players Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore at the KC Stadium. Dawson made 236 Premier League appearances for Spurs 221 of which came from the start and 88 appearances in other competitions. He scored ten goals for the club. Spurs are set to have a new look back-line this season, with Eric Dier and Ben Davies already having signed on at White Hart Lane and Federico Fazio set to sign imminently and Dawson simply wasn't considered part of that defensive reconfiguration. Dawson had formed a tight bond with the Spurs fans, having spent nine years at the club and given his all every time he pulled on the club's shirt and it was seen as a good thing when he replaced the retiring Ledley King as club captain. But do Spurs fans think his sale is a good thing? Did the likeable northerner have more to offer at the White Hart Lane club? Or was he past his best and therefore no longer good enough for a side with Champions League aspirations and who want to play fast-flowing, attractive and attacking football? Let us know what you think by voting in the poll below and do elaborate on your thoughts by commenting in the appropriate section at the bottom of the page. And please feel free to follow me on Twitter!