spurs v crystal palace youth match reports

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20.09.2008 A single goal by Jon Obika settled this match against Crystal Palace Youth at Spurs Lodge in the FA Premier Academy League.

The win keeps Spurs unbeaten in five matches and the well-drilled Palace side made it difficult for Tottenham to break them down, but by using the ball well and passing around the Palace players, a number of chances were created without being taken.

The goal came on 65 minutes, when Adam Smith and Dean Parrett worked a good position on the right to pull the ball back for Obika to shoot home for the winner.

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Butler, Smith, Byrne, Hutchins, Caulker, C. Butcher, Parrett, Kasim, Olsen, Mason, Obika
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05.04.2008 A two goal lead for Tottenham was clawed back by Crystal Palace's Under-18s in a thrilling draw at Spurs Lodge.

Tottenham took a 2-0 lead inside the first 20 minutes, with the first goal coming with three minutes on the clock.  David Hutton raced down the left and crossed for Kyle Fraser-Allen to finish from a good position.  On 20 minutes, Jon Obika scored after good work from Ryan Mason and Hutton, with the move starting from goalkeeper Oscar Jansson.

For another 20 minutes, Spurs had the better of the contest, but with Palace being reduced to ten men Tottenham pressed on to try and score more, but the resolute visitors hit them twice on the break to leave Spurs Lodge with a point.

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Spurs -   Jansson, Smith, Hughton, Kasim (Cox 61), Mtandari, C. Butcher, Fraser-Allen (Olsen 81), Hutchins, Obika, Mason, Hutton (Townsend 66)
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11.03.2006 The Under-18 side lost out at Crystal Palace 0-1 in a match that saw them create and miss a hatful of opportunities.

Two very good chances were made by Spurs in the first half, but having failed to take them, Palace hit the back of the net minutes after the interval with a cross being headed home.  Spurs hit back making another three good openings, but all were spurned. 

Joe Martin, playing in a new centre-half position and forward Terry Dixon impressed as Tottenham returned to North London with nothing to show for their efforts.

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17.02.2001 Our Under-19s travelled to the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre to play out a 0-0 draw with the young Eagles.

It was a disappointing game with both sides creating but spurning chances to score.

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Spurs -  Attwell, Kelly (Burke 46), Lacy, Makumbu, Quilter, Fortune, Consorti, Bowditch, Kamanan, Jackson, Ferguson (Barnard 80)
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21.10.2000 A visit to the National Sports Centre saw Spurs Under-17s run out 3-1 winners over Crystal Palace.

Lee Barnard struck in the first half to put Tottenham ahead, but Palace drew level before David Galbraith made a 70th minute goal for John Sutton and then scored a last minute goal with a good run of his own to round up the scoring.

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26.10.1991 A 1-1 draw was the outcome of this South East Counties Division Two match at Palace.

Both sides had first half chances, but the Tottenham defence was stronger than in recent games.  The second half started with Spurs on the attack, but a cross-shot was misjudged by Spurs keeper Martin Ware, who pushed it into his own net.

A double substitution with Leon Townley and Simon Elliott coming on with 20 minutes left saw Tottenham attack better and Danny Hill produced an opportunity for Junior McDougald to finish well and earn a point for Spurs with three minutes left in the game.

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05.11.1977 Cheshunt was the venue for this 0-4 defeat for Spurs in the SE Counties Division One. 

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Spurs -  Batchelor, S. Wilson, M. Wyatt, G. Reardon, G. O'Reilly, S. Turner, G. Marchant, S. Mabey, P. Foley, C. Wright (R. Cook), O. Abebrese (A. Fenn)
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13.04.1977 Spurs were crushingly beaten 0-6 by Crystal Palace in the FA Youth Cup semi-final second leg at White Hart Lane.

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Spurs - Kendall, T. Okitikpi, C. Hughton, Miller, Holyoak, Hazard, L. Lisanti, (O'Brien), Beavon, K, Stead, M. Falco, G. Brooke
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06.04.1977 Crystal Palace won the first leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi-Final with a 2-0 score-line at Selhurst Park.

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Spurs - Kendall, S. Mabey (L. Lisanti), C. Hughton, Miller, Holyoak, Hazard, Beavon, Anderson, K. Stead, M. Falco, O'Brien
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20.11.1976 A goal-less draw was probably only notable for the presence on the pitch of Terry Boyle as a second half substitute.  It was remarkable because he got married that morning in Edmonton and arrived to take part, replacing Stuart Beavon at half-time in this South-East Counties Division One match. 

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Spurs -  Kendall, S. Mabey, Anderson, T. Okitipki, C. Hughton, Miller, Beavon (Boyle 46), Kevin Stead (Spence), Hazard, O'Brien
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10.09.1975 Spurs Youth Team carried off the London Youth Cup with a 5-2 victory over Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane.

The final had been carried over from the previous season and the trophy was won with goals from Glenn Hoddle, Terry Boyle, a Peter Coker own goal and two from Martin Robinson.

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Cranstone, I. Smith, M. Stead, T. Boyle, Walford, Bacon, Brotherston, Barwick, Robinson, Hoddle, Hyams (Beavon)
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05.04.1975 A 3-0 win was the result when Spurs Youth travelled to South London to meet Crystal Palace in the South-East Counties Division 1.

With goals from Kevin Stead, Steve Cavanagh and Roger Wade, Tottenham kept Palace at bay and returned home with two points.

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Marwick, Wade, J. Arbuckle, M. Cleaver, S. Garnar, Cavanagh (K. Ducker), Brotherston, Bradbury, K. Stead, King, Hyams
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02.04.1974 Spurs recorded a fine 4-1 away win against Crystal Palace in this South East Counties League Division 1 match.

Chris Jones struck twice, while further goals from Martin Robinson and Noel Brotherston rounded off a good win for Spurs.

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12.01.1974 Spurs and Crystal Palace played out 0-0 draw in the South East Counties League.

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Spurs -  Cranstone, I. Smith, S. Cooper, M. Stead, Cegielski, Brotherston, Bacon, Powley, Margerrison (G. Smith), M. Robinson, Howe
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07.02.1973 A 4-0 home win over Crystal Palace Youth in the First Round of the London Youth Cup came via goals from Chris Jones, John Margerrison, Danny Clpaton and Gary Mabee.

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Spurs : - Cranstone, Gibbins, Anderson, Keeley, Cegielski, Clapton, McGrath, Margerrison, Mabee, Chris Jones, R. Scarth
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09.12.1972 Spurs Juniors crashed to a 0-4 defeat away at Crystal Palace in the South-East Counties Division 2.

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S. Welton, I. Smith, A. Caitling, S. Cooper. R. Alexander, Bacon, J. Worrall, Brotherston, M. Robinson, Powley, Howe
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19.08.1972 Spurs Youth saw off Crystal Palace Youth 4-1 at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Tottenham took the lead through Roger Gibbins, who then scored the second when a headed Gary Mabee pass out him in on goal. It was 3-0 before the break, as a move involving Dave Gillett, Chris Jones and Doug Howe ended with Danny Clapton scoring.

Palace got a goal in the second half, but Clapton killed off any hopes of the Eagles getting back into the game with a late penalty.

Spurs : - Cranstone, Anderson, D. Gillett, V. Clarke, Cegielski, Clapton, Gibbins, Margerisson, Mabee, E. Jones, Chris Jones, D. Howe
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25.03.1972 Spurs Youth were on the receiving end of a heavy defeat by Crystal Palace Youth at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Two early goals for Palace saw Tottenham chasing the game and although Chris McGrath got a goal back, Palace restored their two goal advantage before the break with a third.

The Young Eagles pulled away to 5-1 with second half goals, before McGrath finished well after a long run with the ball and then Chris Jones headed in to make it 5-3, but Palace hit a sixth towards the end.

Tottenham's players were in the wars, with Roger Gibbins leaving the play halfway through the first half with an ankle injury and in the second half, Les Boughey suffered a cut knee.

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19.02.1972 In a tight game, Crystal Palace edged Spurs out for a home South-East Counties Division 1 win.

Goals from Danny Clapton and Keith Osgood were not enough to stop Palace winning 3-2.

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15.12.1971
 
Crystal Palace Youth beat Spurs Youth 1-0 in the FA Youth Cup Third Round.

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25.09.1971 Crystal Palace had a 2-1 home win over Spurs Juniors with the Spurs goal scored by Brian Warren.

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17.03.1971 Crystal Place had home advantage in this London Youth Cup Round 1 tie, but Spurs ran out 4-1 winners thanks to goals from Gary Mabee, Danny Clapton, Ray Clarke and Mike Dillon

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13.02.1971 The Youth team suffered their first defeat of the season away to Crystal Palace.  Gary Mabee's brave diving header opened the scoring just before half-time and Palace got an equaliser squeezed in before the ref's whistle for the interval.

A free-kick by Eddie Jones was flighted onto Ray Clarke's head to give Spurs a second goal late in the match, but Palace would not lie down and scored two goals in the final minutes to take the points and Spurs' unbeaten run.

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14.11.1970

Spurs Youth made it five wins on the spin, as they saw off the Eagles youngsters 3-1 at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division 1.
 

Palace lead with a first half goal, as Spurs looked lack-lustre in the first half.  But a second period revival saw the Tottenham side over-power their visitors.  From Graeme Souness' free-kick, Joe Peck headed an equaliser and this gave Spurs the impetus to press forward, with Gary Mabee feeding Mike Flanagan, who hit the second.
 

A third goal from a Mike Dillon volley from 30 yards out sealed a well deserved victory for Spurs.  Stuart Atkins, a Hertfordshire County Youth player made his debut as a substitute.

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08.08.1970

Spurs Youth and Junior sides had friendlies against Crystal Palace at Cheshunt, with the Youth team winning 4-1 and the Juniors going down 1-3.

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13.12.1969 Spurs Juniors played a friendly against Crystal Palace Juniors at Cheshunt and won 3-1, with goals from mike Flanagan 2 and Steve Outram.

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