spurs v crystal palace notes

   
   
   

 

they are linked with both

Clive Allen -.
Chris Armstrong -.
Dean Austin -.
Jimmy Bauchop -.
Eddie Birnie -.
John Bostock -.
John Brearley -.
John Brooks -.
Arthur Crompton -.
Bill Dodge -.
Dickie Dowsett -.
Terry Fenwick -.
Zeki Fryers -.
Johnny Gavin -.
Andy Gray At Selhurst Park from 1984 to and 1989 to 1992, Gray played 242 times for Palace and scored 51 goals.  On signing for Spurs on loan originally and then permanently, he played 33 matches scoring three times before leaving in 1994.
Bob Hewitson -.
Charlie Hewitt -.
Phil Holder -.
Roger Hoy A right back turned centre half who came through the ranks at Spurs, Hoy played 10 League matches and and made two European Cup Winners Cup appearances before signing for Palace in September 1968.  Roger played 53 League games and scored seven goals.
Archie Hughes -.
Rev. Kenneth Hunt The only ordained minister to play for England, the half back made 15 appearances for Palace between 1912 and 1914.  Hunt played one game at centre half for Spurs as a guest during World War I, but the match was abandoned after 40 minutes because of fog.  He returned to play for Crystal Palace after the war until 1920.
Steffen Iversen -.
Chris Jones -.
John Lacy -.
David Levene -.
Jimmy McCormick -.
Gary O'Reilly -.
George Payne -.
Wayne Routledge -.
Derek Posse -.
Arthur Rowe Championship winning player and manager with Spurs, Rowe later went on to manage Palace, taking them to the Fourth Division championship - their first honour in forty years.
Neil Ruddock -.
Charlie Rundle -.
Les Stevens -.
Paul Stewart -.
Peter Taylor -.
David Tuttle -.
Dennis Uphill -.
Terry Venables -.
Ernie Walley -.
Claude Watson -.
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debuts against crystal palace

Tommy Gipps 02.12.1907
Andy Polston 03.03.1990
Dean Austin 22.08.1992
Roberto Soldado 18.08.2013
Paulinho 18.08.2013
Etienne Capoue 18.08.2013
Nacer Chadli 18.08.2013

 

last game for the club - played against crystal palace

Wally Eames 09.02.1907
Tom Morris 28.10.1912
Chris Young 28.10.1912
Jimmy Bauchop 08.12.1913
Albert Tomkin 09.12.1939
Andy Duncan 29.08.1942
George (Willie) Hall 27.11.1943
Jimmy Greaves 28.01.1970
Ken Hancock 19.09.1970
Andy Polston 03.03.1990
Mark Robson 03.03.1990
Garry Brady 28.03.1998

 

first goal for the club - scored against crystal palace

Bert Middlemiss 02.12.1907
Jimmy Banks 02.10.1915
Harry Gilberg 07.10.1944
Steve Perryman 26.12.1969
Steve Archibald 19.08.1980
Roberto Soldado 18.08.2013
Victor Wanyama 20.08.2016

 

last goal for the club - scored against crystal palace

Jimmy Pass 12.02.1908
Harry Stansfield 05.10.1907
Arthur Pickett 12.02.1908
Jimmy Elliott 05.04.1919
Paul Walsh 22.12.1991

 

milestones

11.01.2014 First home win for Tottenham over Crystal Palace in the Premier League.  
22.01.2005 One point of the points gained in this match gave Crystal Palace their 500th in the top flight of English football.

Dougie Freedman makes his 100th League start for the Eagles.

Danny Granville makes his 350th club career appearance.

Mikele Leigertwood scores his first goal for Palace.

28.12.2004

Ledley King started a game for the 150th time for Tottenham.

23.01.2016 Hugo Lloris makes his 150th appearance for Tottenham.
20.08.2016 Christian Eriksen makes his 100th Premier League appearance for Tottenham.
   
   

 

debuts for crystal palace against spurs

Alan Pinkney 26.12.1969
Terry Fenwick 17.12.1977
Nigel Martyn 18.11.1989
Paul Bodin 17.04.1991

 

last game for crystal palace - played against spurs

Alan Birchenall 18.09.1971
Phil Hoadley 18.09.1971
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