spurs v chelsea youth match reports

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05.03.2015 FA Youth Cup Semi-Final First Leg.   For a match report, click here.
 
27.09.2014 Chelsea came back from behind twice to win thanks to a hat-trick from Tammy Abrahams that sealed a 4-2 win for the Blues against Spurs Under-18s.

Luke Amos put Spurs ahead, when he coolly struck the ball into the net after Anthony Georgious' effort had rebounded off the post in the 26th minute.   Glover saved well from Dasilva before he was beaten by Miro Muheim's drive, but the post saved Spurs, who lead at the break before Tammy Abraham equalised early after the restart.  The Chelsea striker failed to convert a penalty given for Amos' foul on Scott, with Tom Glover making a good save, but the keeper was helpless shortly after, as Abrahams header from Dasilva's cross made it 1-1 in the 52nd minute.

Cameron Carter-Vickers then restored Spurs' advantage with a close-range header from Shayon Harrison's 59th minute free-kick, but the Chelsea response was to press forward and Muheim hit a low strike from the edge of the box that found it's way in for 2-2 with 69 minutes on the clock.  Chelsea finished stronger with Abrahams scoring with another header with 74 minutes gone and then he sealed his hat-trick late on by taking the ball around Glover to slip it into an empty net with six minutes to go.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Tom Glover, Anton Walkes (Joe Muscatt), Kyle Walker-Peters, Luke Amos, Christian Maghoma, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Joe Pritchard, Lloyd Ross (Zenon Stylianides), Shayon Harrison, Anthony Georgiou, Cy Goddard (Ismael Azzaoui)
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Harry Voss
Chelsea - 
Bradley Collins (Jared Thompson 68), Josh Grant, Fikayo Tomori, Ali Suljic (Jake Clarke-Salter 46), Jay Dasilva (c), Ruben Sammut, Mukhtar Ali, Kyle Scott, Charlie Wakefield (Ike Ugbo 66), Tammy Abraham, Miro Muheim.
Unused subs : Faiq Bolkiah, Isaac Christie-Davies
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09.08.2013 The opening game of the Under-21 Premier League season saw Spurs put in an impressive display against Chelsea at Aldershot FC to win 4-2.  

A quick start saw Nabil Bentaleb shoot wide after 45 seconds from 20 yards and Spurs should have taken the lead with only four minutes on the clock, when Kane charged down Beeney's clearance as he took his time on the ball and the England U20 forward played in Iago Falque, but his shot was too high.  However, it was Chelsea who took the lead through a 18th minute Josh McEachran penalty after Gallifuoco bundled over Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the area.  Isaiah Brown had previously hit a shot straight at Jordan Archer when put through by Boga, but Tottenham came back into the game with Falque striking the underside of the bar with a volley from an acute angle and Coulthirst couldn't get a good connection on the rebound, slicing it over the top.  An equaliser did come for Spurs in the 31st minute.  Kane crossed to pick out Falque and as Chelsea players tried to stop him, he side-stepped them to coolly finish from close in.

Falque missed a good chance soon after, with Kane hitting a shot that curled just wide before Chelsea forced Archer into a save from Brown, who was picked out by Swift and shot low to the keeper's right forcing him to turn the ball aside.  With McEachran leaving the action after turning an ankle, Spurs dominated midfield and in the 40th minute, Falque struck again, as Coulthirst ran between Ake and Chabolah to receive Bentaleb's pass and shoot at goal, but the keeper blocked it with the loose ball being drilled home by the Spanish winger.  A minute later, it was 3-1, with Kane taking the ball from Falque to go past Chabolah and Ake to beat Beeney with a cross-shot into the bottom left corner of the Chelsea goalie's net.  Chelsea went close near the end of the half, with Boga's free-kick tipped away by Archer as it headed for the top corner of his net.

There was a slow start to the second half, but when Tom Carroll's shot from 20 yards forced Beeney to a save, it was the pre-cursor to Tottenham's fourth goal in the 55th minute.  When Wright twice failed to get the ball away, Kane took Gallifuoco's pass, turned and hit a shot that bounced off the left hand post straight to Shaquile Coulthirst, who netted to make the score 4-1.

Islam Feruz looked lively as a half-time substitute and he got the ball in the net, but it was chalked off for offside.  Kane forced Beeney to scramble a 20 yard shot away, Bentaleb hit s shot over the bar when well placed, Gallifuoco headed into Beeney's arms when a yard either side would have brought another goal, before Kane went close once more.  The last goal of the game went to Chelsea, who narrowed the margin of defeat through Brown, but, even though Nabil Bentaleb was sent off for his second booking, Tottenham still went close with Kane again and twice substitute Darren McQueen burst in on goal, but failed to beat Beeney.

Teams : 
Chelsea - 
Mitchell Beeney, Andreas Christensen, Kevin Wright (Isak Ssewankambo 72), Nathaniel Chalobah, Nathan Ake (c), John Swift (Islam Feruz 46), Alex Kiwomya, Joshua McEachran (Lewis Baker 35) , Jeremie Boga, Ruben Loftus Cheek, Isaiah Brown
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Ben Killip, Alex Davey
Manager : -  Dermot Drummy
Colours : - Blue shirts and shorts, white socks
Scorers : - McEachran (p) 18, Brown 87 
Spurs - 
Jordan Archer, Ryan Fredericks (c), Dominic Ball, Alex McQueen (Grant Ward 74), Kevin Stewart (Ruben Lameiras 68), Giancarlo Gallifouco, Nabil Bentaleb,Thomas Carroll, Yago Falque, Shaquile Coulthirst (Darren McQueen 77), Harry Kane
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Jonathan Miles, Aaron McEneff
Manager : - Chris Ramsey
Colours : - White shirts, navy blue shorts and socks
Scorers : - Falque 31, 40, Kane 41, Coulthirst 55
Booked : - Stewart (foul) 31, Ball (foul) 45+2, Bentaleb (foul) 79, Carroll (foul) 86
Sent off : - Bentaleb (Second yellow - Foul) 89
Attendance : -  2,973
Ref. :  Mr. Alan Young
Assistants : -  Mr. N. Phillips; Mr. T. Hancock
Fourth Official : -  Mr. T. Greaves
 

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18.09.2010 Spurs earned a 4-2 home win over Chelsea in the Premier Academy League at Spurs Lodge with a brace apiece from Alex Pritchard and Kudus Oyenuga.  

A goal in the fourth minute from Alex Pritchard, shooting home after Waller-Lassen had crossed the ball in, but a head injury to James Yeboah forced a defensive re-shuffle and Spurs had to regain their shape, but chances for Paul-Jose M'poku and Pritchard forced good saves from Chelsea keeper Jemal Blackman.  It was Pritchard, who made a good bent run to beat the Chelsea offside line and he was found by an astute pass from M'poku to nudge the ball past the keeper just after the half hour.

Before and after the half-time whistle, Chelsea forced Miles into saves and they pulled a goal back in the 52nd minute, when Toddy Kane made no mistake.  However, it was the goalkeeper at the other end, who was performing save after save as he twice prevented Pritchard getting his third goal and then dived to push out the striker's penalty after Jesse Waller-Lassen had been fouled in the box.

When Bobby Devyne ran thorugh onto a ball over the defence to beat Miles in the 76th minute, it looked as though the pressure would count for nothing, but a piece of quick thinking saw Tom Carroll knock a free-kick to Oyenuga, who lifted the ball over Blackman to make it 3-2 with nine minutes remaining and then went on a solo run from the halfway line to power the bal home low into the bottom corner of the net to round off a fine 4-2 win.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Miles, Tapping, Yeboah (Stewart 12), Durojaiye, Francis-Angol, Waller-Lassen, Dombaxe (c) (Munns 77), Carroll, M'poku, Pritchard, Oyenuga
Subs not used :  Archer, Hawkins
Chelsea -  Blackman, Sampayo (c), Davey, Saville, Affane, Rogers, Devyne, Na Bangna (Stennings 45+6), Prosenik (Swift 50), Kane, Loudon (Ndtini 46)
Subs not used :  Beeney
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10.05.2010 Spurs rounded off the 2009-10 season with a 3-0 home win over Chelsea.  

Spurs took the lead through striker Shaquille Coulthirst, who had already missed a good opportunity, as had Tom Carroll.  However, Coulthirst was more successful with his 20th minute opening, when he ran onto a ball down the left side and he shot across the keeper to score the opener.

A Chelsea player was sent off for a badly timed tackle and it left Spurs to control the remainder of the match.

Paul Jose M'Poku, Carroll and Alex Pritchard linked up to provide a chance for substitute Darren McQueen to shoot home in the 75th minute from inside the six yard bow.  The sub grabbed the third goal with a left foot finish to Zaine Francis-Angol's cross following good work by Jake Nicholson.

However, despite finishing the campaign with a 59 point haul that would have won the other three divisions, the team finished behind Leicester City, who went into the play-offs.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Archer, Tapping, Durojaiye (Blackwood 70), Cox, Francis-Angol, Pritchard, Nicholson, Carroll, M'Poku (Barthram 75), Dombaxe (McQueen 71), Coulthirst.
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Yeboah
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21.03.2009

A crucial save by Oscar Jansson at 0-0 helped Spurs prevent going a goal behind and laid the foundations for a very good win over Chelsea Youth in the FA Academy Premier League at Cobham.

However, when Kudos Oyenuga gave Tottenham the lead, there was no looking back.  Sala and Philip both were denied by Jansson before the half hour, when Ryan Mason doubled the lead and then after the break, the striker converted a penalty awarded for a foul on David Hutton by Rohan Ince.  Before the break Clifford had scooped over from close range and a Spurs free-kick whistled just over the bar.

A fierce 25 yard drive by Dean Parrett recorded the fourth and when Jansson stopped Philip once more, the 5-0 win was sealed by a goal from substitute Paul-Jose M'puku, who ran onto a long through ball and slotted home past Heimann to give Spurs a 5-0 win over the West Londoners.

Teams : 
Chelsea -  Heimann, Ahamed, Ince, Saville, Gordon (Tabor 46), Clifford, Taiwo (c), Mellis, Sala (Hayden 74), Phillip, Tore (Lalkovic 56).
Subs not used : -
Spurs - 
Jansson, Smith, Cox, Parrett (Ekim 80), Caulker, Butcher, Byrne, Kasim, Oyenuga (M'puku 70), Mason (Kane 75), Hutton
Subs not used : 
Butler, Nicholson
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18.09.2006
While the statistics showed Spurs had an equal share of the game in terms of chances, it was Chelsea's finishing that won the game for the Blues 4-0 at Spurs Lodge.

Spurs showed good approach play, but the clinical finishing of the Chelsea team saw them inflict Tottenham's first defeat of the season.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Stroud, Smith, Dervite, Lake (Ntandari 59), Hughton, Lewis, Livermore, Wells (Hutton 46), Davis (Hutchins 73), Pekhart, Maghoma
Subs not used : 
Button
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10.11.1977 Chelsea ran out 3-1 winners at West Moseley in this South East Counties Division One match.

Although 0-0 at half-time, Chelsea's successful penalty early in the second half gave them the lead.  Mark Falco  knocked in Joe Simmonds' cross to level, but the blues capitalised on a defensive error and then scored a late third as Spurs tried to salvage a draw.  Substitute Greg Brown made his first appearance at this level.

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Chelsea -  .
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Spurs -  P. Batchelor, S, Mabey, M. Wyatt, G. Reardon, Miller, P. Southey, G. Brooke, Simmonds, M. Falco, S. Turner (G. Brown), G. Marchant
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23.04.1977

Chelsea Youth beat Spurs 3-1 at East Molesley, with Imre Varadi's fine goal giving Tottenham the lead, The home team levelled by half-time and got two late goals to take the points in this South-East Counties Division 1 encounter, while Garry Brooke hit the bar with a header.

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Spurs : - P. Batchelor, M. Perry, Anderson, Hazard, N. Laws, Beavon, Miller, G. Brooke, M. Falco, O'Brien, Varadi
 

12.03.1977 Spurs Juniors suffered a 0-3 defeat at the hands of Chelsea Juniors at Merton in the South-East Counties Division 2.

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Spurs - 
P. Batchelor, R. Cowland, L. Jones, C. Candler, G. Mazzon, P. Middleton, N. Thompson, I. Ferguson, M. Hussey, S. Ricketts (A. Cooper), P. Cavanagh
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29.01.1977 Spurs Youth sent Chelsea away from Cheshunt with a 5-0 defeat thanks to goals from R. Ryan 3, S. Ricketts and Garry Brooke to take both South-East Counties Division 2 points.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
P. Batchelor, P. Cavanagh, L. Jones, A. Fenn, G. Mazzon, R. Ryan, G. Brooke, M. Stewart, S. Ricketts, O. Aberbrese, A. Cooper
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13.11.1976 A Paul Middleton goal could not stop Chelsea taking the South-East Counties League Division 2 cup tie at their home ground.

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Chelsea  -  .
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Spurs -  P. Batchelor, S, Mabey, M. Eaton, A. Fenn, P. Cavanagh, M. Forster, G. Brooke, O. Aberbrese, M. Falco, N. Thompson (P. Middleton), R.Cook
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28.08.1976 Tottenham's Junior side ran out 4-1 winners over Chelsea with goals from Mark Falco, D. Cowie, T. Okitikpi and M. Stewart.

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Spurs -  S. Letch, S. Mabey, M. Eaton, T.
Okitikpi, P. Cavanagh, M. Stewart, O. Aberbrese, D. Cowie, M. Falco, O'Brien, K. Wilson
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28.09.1976 Tottenham's Juniors were convincing 4-1 winners over Chelsea Juniors at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties League Division 2 Cup.

Spurs scored through Mark Falco, D. Cowie, T. Okitikpi and Malcolm Stewart

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Spurs : - S. Letch, S. Mabey, M. Eaton, T. Okitikpi, P. Cavanagh, M. Stewart, O. Aberbrese, D. Cowie, M. Falco, O'Brien, K. Wilson
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28.08.1976. Chelsea Youth held Spurs Youth to a 2-2 draw at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Goals from Pace and Phil Holyoak got Tottenham a point from the match.

Teams : 
Spurs : - B. Philips, C. Hughton, Anderson, Miller, Holyoak, Beavon, Pace, Hazard, R. Ryan (S. Durkin), K. Sanderson (P.Middleton), Spence
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12.04.1976 Tottenham Juniors were triumphant in the South-East Counties League Division 2 Cup with a 2-0 second leg win over Chelsea to take the trophy 3-0 on aggregate.

Second half goals from Chris Hughton and Paul Miller gave Spurs the win and the silverware came to White Hart Lane for the second successive season.

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Spurs - 
B. Philips, Miller, C. Hughton, A. Fenn, Holyoak, Beavon, M. Stewart, W. Spence, K. Stead, Pace, G. O'Brien
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07.04.1976 Tottenham took a 1-0 lead into the second leg of the South-East Counties League Division 2 Cup final, after Malcolm Stewart's goal at White Hart Lane won the match against Chelsea and set up a cracking match for the return at Stamford Bridge.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Kendall, Miller, C. Hughton, A. Fenn, Holyoak, Pace, M. Stewart, Beavon, G. O'Brien, K. Stead, S. Mabey (P. Middleton)
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20.12.1975 Spurs Juniors turned on a fine display to beat Chelsea Juniors 3-1 at Chesham in the South-East Counties Division 2.

Jason Mathias hit the net twice and a goal from Gary Middleton gave Spurs the points.
 

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Spurs - 
B. Philips, K. Stephens, M. Rodney, A. Shirley, A. Fenn, K. Hillsden, J. Mathias, P. Cavanagh, G. Middleton, G. Petts, C. Hughton
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13.09.1975 Goals from G. O'Brien and J. Mathias ensured that Spurs Juniors drew 2-2 with Chelsea Juniors at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division Two Cup.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Kendall, P. Stephens, K. Hillsden, M. Rodney, K. Ducker, G.Petts, M. Wallace, C. Hughton, G. O'Brien, P. Cavanagh, J. Mathias
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13.09.1975 Spurs lost 0-4 to Chelsea at Mitcham in the South-East Counties Division One.

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Spurs - 
Markwick, G. Lucas, M. Cleaver, Holyoak, P. Miller, Bowman, Bradbury, M. Carrigan, K. Stead, Pace, Hyams
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16.04.1975 A 1-1 draw was the result when Spurs Youth visited Chelsea Youth in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Keith Barrett's goal was enough to earn a point for Tottenham.

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Spurs - 
Kendall, I. Smith, J. Arbuckle, M. Cleaver, K. Barrett, Bradbury (T. King), Bacon, Beavon, Robinson, Bowman (S. McDonagh), K. Stead
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25.04.1975 Spurs Youth progressed in the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup by beating Chelsea Youth 3-0.

The trip to Stamford Bridge saw a 16th minute Glenn Hoddle goal give Spurs the lead and then, in the 35th minute, Chelsea were awarded a penalty, which John Webberley hit against the post.

Into the second half, Spurs confirmed their superiority with further goals from Noel Brotherston and Neil McNab.

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Cranstone, I. Smith, M. Stead, Boyle, Walford, Cavanagh, Brotherston, Barwick (M. Cleaver), Hoddle, Robinson, McNab
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24.04.1975 Spurs Juniors hosted Chelsea in the semi-final of the South-East Counties Division II League Cup at White Hart Lane and won 2-1.

Steve Cavanagh and Barry Pace hit first half goals with John Webberley pulling one goal back for the Pensioners in the second half, from the penalty spot with ten minutes left.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Markwick, P. van Gelder, M. Cleaver, Barwick, Boyle, Cavanagh, Bradbury, G. Lucas, K. Stead, B. Pace, Hyams (T. King)
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29.01.1975 Chelsea Youth won 2-0 on their visit to Cheshunt in the South-East Counties League Cup semi-final.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Cranstone, I. Smith, M. Stead, Keeley, Walford, Bacon (Wade), Brotherston, Hoddle, Robinson, McNab, Hyams
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16.11.1974 A waterlogged pitch at Cheshunt due to the heavy rainfall caused the postponement of the match against Chelsea Juniors (South-East Counties Div. 2) .
19.10.1974 Chelsea Youth were the visitors to Cheshunt and it was Spurs Youth who took the South-East Counties Division 1 spoils with a 3-1 victory with Noel Brotherston, Gary Hyams and Martin Robinson the goal-scorers

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Spurs - 
Cranstone, I. Smith, M. Stead, Walford, K. Barrett, Cavanagh, Brotherston, Hoddle, Robinson, Bacon, Hyams
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10.03.1973 Spurs Youth hosted Chelsea Youth in the South-East Counties Division 1 and the Pensioners left with both points having won 3-0.

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Spurs : - Cranstone, I. Smith, G. Hayzelden, Keeley, Cegielski, Anderson, Bacon, Margerrison, D. Palmieri, Gibbins, R. Scarth
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17.03.1973 Spurs Juniors played out a 3-1 win over Chelsea Juniors at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division 2.

Goals from Martin Robinson, a Gary Smith penalty and Doug Howe secured the two points for Tottenham.
 

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Spurs - 
S. Welton, S. Henry, D. Gillett, M. Stead, R. Alexander, Bacon, G. Smith, A. Catling, M. Robinson, Powley, Howe
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13.01.1973 Spurs Youth earned a commendable 2-1 away win at Mitcham against Chelsea in the South-East Counties Division 1.

There was an element of luck about Chelsea's goal which opened the scoring as it deflected off Wayne Cegielski and then went in off both posts. However, Tottenham hit back with Chris Jones and Gary Mabee scoring to secure the victory.

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Spurs : - Cranstone, Osgood, Anderson, eeley, Cegielski, Gibbins, Chris Jones, Margerrison, Mabee, A. Cooper, Clapton
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02.12.1972 Spurs Juniors welcomed Chelsea to Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division 2 and ran out 4-0 home winners. The Tottenham scorers were Martin Robinson (2), Noel Brotherston and Garry Bacon.

Spurs : - S. Welton, D. Gillett, A. Catling, S. Cooper, R. Alexander, Bacon, J. Worrall (S. Henry), Brotherston, M. Robinson, J. Arbuckle, Powley
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Shane Welton is the son of Pat Welton, the Spurs Youth team manager and S. Henry is Ron Henry's son.

 
16.08.1972 Spurs Juniors lost away to Chelsea with only John Worrall's goal in a 1-4 South-East Counties Division 2 defeat.

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08.04.1972 The Youth team enjoyed a 2-0 away win at Chelsea in the South-East Counties League Division 1.

Roger Gibbins and Chris McGrath fashioned a chance for Chris Jones to head home and then halfway through the first half, Danny Clapton looked like he would score, untila Chelsea player got in first to put the ball into his own goal.

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P. Matthews, Boughey, Anderson, Osgood, J. Field, McGrath, Gibbins, Margerisson, Mabee, Clapton, Chris Jones.
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20.11.1971
 
Spurs Juniors beat Chelsea at Mitcham in the South-East Counties Division 2 with goals from Gary Wilson, Brian Warren and an own goal.

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22.04.1971
 
Spurs Youth saw off Chelsea Youth 2-1 in the London Youth Cup semi-final with Tottenham scoring through Mike Flanagan and Eddie Jones at White Hart Lane.

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Spurs - 
T. Lee, Boughey, E. Jones, Dillon, Peck, Souness, Mabee, J. Lewis, Clarke, Clapton, Flanagan
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20.04.1971 Spurs Juniors lost 1-4 to Chelsea in the South-East Counties League Division 2 Cup after extra time at Cheshunt.

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17.04.1971 A win against Chelsea sealed the South-East Counties Division 1 title for Tottenham at Mitcham, winning the title they won last year.

Pat Welton's team still had two games to play and took their total of points to 49 from 28 games.

Danny Clapton was the match-winner, with a goal in each half. The first came after John Lewis struck a fine shot at the end of an excellent run, allowing Clapton to fire home to make it 1-0, with his second half effort being a poacher's finish to Gary Mabee's left wing cross.

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T. Lee, Boughey, C. Rigby, Osgood, Peck, E. Jones, Mabee, Clapton, Clarke, J. Lewis, Flanagan.
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06.02.1971 Spurs beat Chelsea Youth at Mitcham with goals from Les Boughey, Chris McGrath, Steve Outram and Peter Johnson.

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09.01.1971

Spurs Juniors drew 2-2 away at Chelsea in the South-East Counties Division Two after Danny Clapton and Gary Clare had given Tottenham a 2-0 lead.

 

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30.12.1970 Spurs travelled to Chelsea for the FA Youth Cup Third Round tie and came away with a 2-1 win.  Both goals were scored by Ray Clarke.

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Spurs -  Ward, M. Jackson, C. Rigby, Jones, Peck, Souness, Mabee, Boughey, Clarke (P. Johnson), J. Lewis, Flanagan. 
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17.10.1970

In the South-East Counties Division 1, Spurs Youth lost 2-4 to Chelsea at Cheshunt, with the goals coming from Peter Johnson and John Field.

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03.01.1970 Spurs Juniors 2 Chelsea Juniors 0

This South East Counties Div 2 match at Cheshunt saw Spurs emerge victorious with goals from Tom Dillon and David Staines.

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