spurs v charlton athletic notes
|02.08.1934||Spurs met Charlton Athletic on the tennis courts in the Professional Football Club's Lawn Tennis Championships winning 5-0 with a team of Allan Taylor, Walter Bellamy, Willie Hall and Jimmy McCormick. Spurs then beat West Ham 3-2, but lost out in the final to Chelsea 2-3.|
|30.12.1950||Prime Minister Clement Attlee attended the match.|
|22.04.1957||Tottenham's fourth goal was their 100th of the season.|
|27.08.2002||Tottenham's win took their League points tally to 4,000 exactly.|
|07.05.2007||Tottenham's win took Charlton Athletic down to the Championship.|
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|Darren Bent||Signed by Charlton from Ipswich Town for £3 million, he spent two seasons at the Valley scoring a lot of goals before he joined Spurs in June 2007 for £16.5 million on Charlton's relegation from the Premier League.|
|Peter Garland||Spurs youth player and reserve who went to the Valley to get first team football.|
|John Hendry||Young Spurs forward how had a loan spell at Charlton to get first team experience.|
|Theo Foley||One time Spurs reserve coach had previously been manager at Charlton in the 1970s.|
|Mike Flanagan||Played for Spurs reserves, but made more of a name for himself at Charlton.|
|Johnnie Jackson||Young left-footed Spurs midfielder was allowed to leave and joined Charlton Athletic after Colchester United.|
|Neil Johnson||The Spurs inside forward played one game for the Valley club while on loan in 1971.|
|Chris Jones||Another loanee, who went to Charlton in .|
|Paul Konchesky||Loaned to Spurs from September to December 2003, the midfielder played in ten matches.|
|Paul Miller||Centre half who came through the Spurs system to sign as a professional in May 1977 and play nearly 300 matches for the club, before joining Charlton in February 1987.|
|Danny Murphy||Former Crewe Alexandra midfielder, who became an England international midfielder and joined Charlton Athletic from Liverpool. Made 64 appearances and scored 10 goals (56 in the League with seven goals) in one and a half seasons for the Valley side before his move to White Hart Lane is January 2006.|
|John Oakes||Played one game for Spurs as a war time guest player on 09.02.1944 at Reading. More noted as a centre half at Athletic, where he had been signed for £1,144 from Aldershot. Played 133 League games for Charlton with three goals to his name, with another 203 war-time matches for them in which he scored four times.|
|Chris Perry||Bought by Spurs from Wimbledon in 1999, the defender moved on to Charlton in 2003.|
|Andy Reid||Signed from Nottingham Forest after a long chase, but failed to fit in at Spurs after a number of injuries and scored once in 26 Premier League games and one cup appearance. Left to get more first team football at Charlton in the summer of 2006.|
|Jimmy Seed||Charlton's most successful
manager was Jimmy Seed, who was once a Spurs player
from 1919 to 1927, including a Spurs win in the FA Cup final of 1921. Seed was manager of Charlton from 1933 to September 1956 when he was sacked because Charlton had made a horrible start to the 1956-57 season.
|George Skinner||Started for Spurs during WWII and made one appearance after the war, but left to join Gillingham and then Brighton and Hove Albion. Played one game as a guest during war-time for Charlton Athletic.|
|Gary Stevens||Spurs' versatile defender/midfielder moved into coaching at Charlton for a couple of years on retirement.|
|Les Stevens||Signed professional for Spurs in May 1940 staying until February 1948, but made a single war-time guest appearance for Charlton in a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on 10.02.1945.|
|Luke Young||Started with Spurs, coming up through the youth system and got into the team (debuted in 1997 and made 776 appearances), but the defender was frustrated by the lack of a regular start in the first team and left in 2001.|
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|27.08.2002||Simon Davies makes his 50th Tottenham appearance.|
|26.12.2002||Robbie Keane's goal was the 750th scored in the history of the Premier League.|
Fredi Kanoute makes his 100th start for an English club.
Robbie Keane plays his 200th career League match
Mark Fish makes his 100th appearance for Charlton.
Gary Doherty makes his 100th club career start.
Mauricio Taricco makes his 250th English League start.
Goran Bunjevcevic makes his 50th Premiership appearance for Tottenham.
Jamie Redknapp makes his 250th career League start.
Hermann Hreidarsson makes his 250th English League appearance and 300th appearance for an English club.
|16.03.2005||Mark Fish makes his 100th Premiership appearance for Charlton.|
Ledley King makes his 150th career Premiership appearance - all for Tottenham.
Radostin Kishishev makes his 150th Premiership appearance - all for Charlton.
Chris Powell makes his 250th career appearance in top flight football.
Michael Dawson makes his 150th club career start
(Nottingham Forest and Spurs).
Pascal Chimbonda will be making his 50th career Premiership appearance (Wigan and Tottenham).
Aaron Lennon makes his 50th career appearance in top flight football (Leeds and Tottenham).
Dimitar Berbatov's goal was Tottenham's 100th goal of the season.
|09.01.2011||Andros Townsend scores a goal on his Spurs debut.|
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