fa cup 1982

Route to the Final : -

Round 3 02.01.1982 Arsenal H 1 - 0 Crooks 38,426
Round 4 23.01.1982 Leeds United H 1 - 0 Crooks 46,126
Round 5 13.02.1982 Aston Villa H 1 - 0 Falco 42,950
Round 6 06.03.1982 Chelsea A 3 - 2 Archibald, Hoddle, Hazard. 42,557
Semi-Final 03.04.1982 Leicester City Villa Park 2 - 0 Crooks, Wilson (Own Goal) 46,606

 

Match Details : - 

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v QUEENS PARK RANGERS

Date : -  Saturday 22nd May 1882

Venue : -  Wembley Stadium

Crowd : -  100,000

Weather : -

Referee : -  Clive White (Harrow)

Score : -

Tottenham Hotspur 1 1 Queens Park Rangers

Goalscorers : -                                             Hoddle  110                                                                                                   Fenwick 115

(after extra time - 90 mins: - Score 1 - 1)

 

Teams : - 

Tottenham Hotspur : -  Clemence, Hughton, Miller, Price, Hazard (Brooke 104), Perryman (c), Roberts, Archibald, Galvin, Hoddle, Crooks.
Manager : -
 Keith Burkinshaw

Queens Park Rangers : -  Peter Hucker, Terry Fenwick, Bob Hazell, Glenn Roeder (c), Ian Gillard, Gary Waddock, Tony Currie, John Gregory, Mike Flanagan, C. Allen (Gary Micklewhite 50), Simon Stainrod
Manager : -
 Terry Venables

Match Report : -  

A disappointing match went into extra time after a late goal from Terry Fenwick wiped out the lead given to Spurs by Glenn Hoddle in the second half of extra time.

An early injury saw Clive Allen struggle through until the 50th minute, when he was replaced, but neither side shone and Spurs were restricted to long shots, which Hucker dealt with comfortably, earning him the Man of the Match award.

Stainrod had the ball on the left, but Brooke tackled him. Hoddle won a tackle with Waddock that left the Rangers man down, but the ball ran to Roberts, who moved forward with the ball. Hoddle had continued to keep up with play and took a return pass on the edge of the D and as he fell, shot across Hucker to the keeper’s right and the ball nestled in the bottom corner of the net. The shot had flown between Tony Currie’s legs, unsighting the keeper and taking a slight deflection into the bottom right hand corner of the goalkeeper's net.

Fenwick's goal resulted from a long throw by Stainrod, with Bob Hazell flicking the ball on and Fenwick arriving at the far post to head home from close range.

 

Comments : - 

 

 

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Match Details : - 

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v QUEENS PARK RANGERS

Date : -  Thursday 27th May 1982

Venue : -  Wembley Stadium

Crowd : -  90,000

Weather : -

Referee : -  Clive White (Harrow)

Score : -

Tottenham Hotspur 1 1 Queens Park Rangers

Goalscorers : -                            Hoddle (pen.)                                                                           None

 

Teams : - 

Tottenham Hotspur : -  Clemence, Hughton, Miller, Price, Hazard (Brooke 67), Perryman (c), Roberts, Archibald, Galvin, Hoddle, Crooks.
Manager : -
 Keith Burkinshaw

Queens Park Rangers : -  Peter Hucker, Terry Fenwick, Bob Hazell, Warren Neill, Ian Gillard, Gary Waddock, Tony Currie (c), John Gregory, Mike Flanagan, Gary Micklewhite (Steve Burke 84), Simon Stainrod
Manager : -
 Terry Venables

Match Report : -  

It was another lacklustre match, with Spurs edging it with a single Glenn Hoddle goal.

Rangers were without Clive Allen (still injured fro the first match) and captain Glenn Roeder (suspended), leaving Tony Currie to take the armband for QPR.  And it was Currie's rash tackle on Graham Roberts who broke forward into the penalty area that gave away a penalty in the sixth minute.  There was little debate about the foul and Glenn Hoddle stepped up to the spot to send goalkeeper Peter Hucker the wrong way and give Tottenham the lead.

QPR had much of the possession for the remainder of the game, but shorn of their leading goal-scorer Allen, they struggled to get much going in the last third to trouble the Tottenham defence.  The closest they came was in the second half when Stainrod's long diagonal ball into the box saw John Gregory volley a lob against the Spurs bar and then, in the closing stages Spurs also hit the woodwork when Steve Archibald struck the post with a shot.
 

Comments : - 

Spurs retained the trophy for a second time; the previous occasion being in 1961 and 1962.

 

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