the spurs almanac

december 2nd

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

1899 Swindon Town A Southern League 2 - 0
1901 Army Association H Friendly 2 - 1
1905 Brentford A Southern League 3 - 0
1907 Crystal Palace H Western League 1 - 0
1911 Sheffield United A First Division 2 - 1
1916 Arsenal H (at Highbury) London Combination 4 - 1
1922 Nottingham Forest H First Division 2 - 1
1933 Manchester City A First Division 0 - 2
1939 Clapton Orient A Football League South Group A 1 - 2
1944 West Ham United A Football League South 1 - 0
1950 Middlesbrough H First Division 3 - 3
1961 West Bromwich Albion A First Division 4 - 2
1967 Newcastle United H First Division 1 - 1
1972 Southampton A First Division 1 - 1
1980 West Ham United A League Cup R5 0 - 1
1981 Fulham H League Cup R4 1 - 0
1989 Luton Town A First Division 0 - 0
1992 Nottingham Forest A League Cup R4 0 - 2
1995 Everton H Premier League 0 - 0
1996 Liverpool H Premier League 0 - 2
1998 Manchester United H League Cup R4 3 - 1
2000 Manchester United A Premier League 0 - 2
2006 Arsenal A Premier League 0 - 3
2007 Birmingham City H Premier League 2 - 3

 

          Notable Dates

1899 Tottenham's biggest away win against Swindon Town.
1907 Tommy Gipps makes his debut at half back.

Bert Middlemiss scores his first goal for Tottenham.

1916 Jimmy Banks scores a hat trick in the match against Arsenal.
1941 Mike England, centre half 1966-1975, born.
1981 First League Cup tie against Fulham.

Paul Miller makes his 100th appearance for Tottenham.

2006 First game against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

The second goal Spurs let in was the 750th they conceded in the Premier League.

Pascal Chimbonda plays the 200th league game of his career.

2007 Aaron Lennon makes the 100th league appearance of his career.

Darren Bent and Michael Dawson both make the 200th starting line-up of their careers.

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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