the spurs almanac

december 22nd

          Results
          (match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)

1883 Latymer H Friendly 2 - 0
1888 Bowes Park A Friendly 4 - 0
1894 London Welsh H FA Amateur Cup Divisional Final 1 - 1
1900 Southampton H Western League 2 - 0
1906 Queens Park Rangers A Southern League 1 - 3
1917 Crystal Palace A London Combination 3 - 2
1923 Blackburn Rovers A First Division 1 - 0
1928 West Bromwich Albion A Second Division 2 - 3
1934 Leeds United H First Division 1 - 1
1945 Southampton H Football League South 4 - 3
1951 West Bromwich Albion A First Division 1 - 3
1962 West Ham United H First Division 4 - 4
1971 Chelsea A League Cup SF 1L 2 - 3
1973 Derby County A First Division 0 - 2
1981 Plymouth Argyle A Friendly 1 - 1
1982 Israel Select XI Tel Aviv Friendly 2 - 2
1984 Norwich City A First Division 2 - 1
1990 Luton Town H First Division 2 - 1
1991 Crystal Palace A First Division 2 - 1
1999 Newcastle United A FA Cup R3 1 - 6
2001 Ipswich Town H Premier League 1 - 2
2011 Chelsea H Premier League 1 - 1
2012 Stoke City H Premier League 0 - 0
2013 Southampton A Premier League 3 - 2

 

          Notable Dates

1896 Randolph Galloway, centre forward 1928-1929, born.
1900 James McNaught scores his last Tottenham goal.
1904 John Reddish, left back 1928-1932, born.
1920 Jack Jull, full back 1883-1897, dies.
1928 West Bromwich Albion's third goal was the 100th conceded by Spurs in Second Divison matches.
1934

Charlie Jones, makes his debut at centre half.

1945

Jack Gibbons and Ralph Ward score their last goals for Spurs.

1962 Dave Mackay scores a hat-trick in the 4-4 draw with West Ham United.

John Smith scores his only goal for Tottenham.

1971 Terry Naylor's only goal for Tottenham was scored in this match.
1982 Garry Brooke and Georgio Mazzon score for Tottenham in a friendly with an Israeli Select XI in Tel Aviv.

Rohan Ricketts, midfielder 2002-2005, born.

1983 Foster Hedley, outside left 1933-1935, dies.
1991 Paul Walsh scores for Tottenham for the last time.
1999 An early start to the FA Cup and a heaviest defeat in the competition for Spurs in 71 years and equalling their biggest defeat in the Cup.
2013 Tim Sherwood wins his first Premier League game in charge of the team.

Nabil Bentaleb makes is debut as a second half substitute.

Information gathered from "Spurs - A Day-To-Day Life" by Graham Betts, Spurs Handbooks, 
"Spurs - A Complete Record" and "The Spurs Alphabet" both by Bob Goodwin and other sources.

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