spurs friendly match reports from 1984 - 1997

[this page is under-going construction - please bear with MEHSTG as we try to complete this mammoth task for all our opponents.]

              For friendly matches before 1966, click here.
              For friendly matches from 1966 - 1984, click here.
              For friendly matches after 1997 - 2012, click here.             
              For friendly matches from 2013 - , click here.
 

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25.07.1996 Spurs travelled to South-East Norway for a pre-season tour match against Odd Grenland.  

Odd went ahead after 52 minutes and fifteen minutes later, Ronny Rosenthal equalised, but it was to no avail, as Odd scored a winner three minutes before the end of the match.

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Spurs -  Walker, Carr, Edinburgh (Clapham 26), Wilson, Calderwood, Mabbutt (Nethercott 68), Fox, Dozzell (Campbell 46), Allen (Mahorn 46), C. Armstrong (Mabbutt 75), Sinton (Rosenthal 12)
Attendance : -  2,047

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30.07.1995 Steaua Bucharest were the opponents for Spurs as the sides played off for 3rd and 4th place in the Ibrox International tournament at the home of Glasgow Rangers.

Young winger Andy Turner scored in the 12th minute to put Tottenham ahead and the lead was doubled when Darren Caskey fired in the second Spurs goal.  Steaua striker Daniel Vladoiu hit back before the break with a 35th minute goal and then drew the Romanians level ten minutes after the half-time interval.  In a stunning comeback, Damian Militaru scored the winner for Bucharest after 63 minutes.

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Attendance : -  19,493

29.07.1995 Spurs lost out to Sampdoria 0-2, managed by Sven Goran-Eriksson, in their opening match of the Ibrox International tournament .

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21.05.1995 Spurs took part in the Euro-Asia Challenge tournament, at the end of a long hard season, along with Hong Kong Rangers, Arsenal and our opponents the Eastern/Kitchee Select XI.

Tottenham eased to a big win, but were shocked by a sixth minute opener by the home side.  Spurs stepped up a gear to score goals from Jurgen Klinsmann 2, Darren Anderton, Nick Barmby 2, David Kerslake and Jason Dozzell before the Select XI got a consolation after the Spurs scoring had ended.  Injury to our German striker meant that he had to return home for treatment and that was his last appearance for Spurs in his first spell at the club.

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  Walker, Kerslake, Nethercott, Mabbutt, Scott, Dozzell, Caskey, Klinsmann, Sheringham, Anderton, Barmby
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15.02.1994 Spurs travelled to Jerez de la Frontera in Spain to play Atletico Madrid in a mid-season friendly.

After nine minutes, Steve Sedgley put Tottenham ahead, but Atletico's Kosecki equalised in the 14th minute.

Ronny Rosenthal was downed in the area and the resulting penalty was converted successfully by Andy Gray with 58 minutes gone, which was enough to win the game.

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Atletico Madrid -  .
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Spurs - Walker, Kerslake, Edinburgh (Campbell 46), Scott, Calderwood, Mabbutt, Sedgley, Gray, Anderton (Hill 80), Mahorn (Turner 44), Rosenthal
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01.08.1993 The final of the Makita pre-season tournament took place at White Hart Lane, with Chelsea beating Spurs 3-1 with a Tony Cascarino hat-trick for the Pensioners.

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31.07.1993 Spurs beat Lazio, including Paul Gascoigne, 3-2 in the Makita pre-season tournament took at White Hart Lane.

Colin Calderwood was among the scorers hitting the first goal against the Serie A side.

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20.10.1992 Lazio finished off the job at White Hart Lane, with a 2-0 victory that took the Capital Cup.

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23.09.1992 Lazio were the hosts as Tottenham took them on in the first leg of the Capital Cup - a competition staged by the London radio station as a way of arranging two friendlies between the sides as part of the deal for Paul Gascoigne to move to Rome.

It was Gazza's first game after recovering from his 1991 FA Cup Final injury and the midfielder chose the ideal time to score his first goal for his new club !!  Stroppa and Neri added goals in a 3-0 win to take to White Hart Lane for the second leg.

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SS Lazio -  Diego Fuser, Thomas Doll, Gascoigne, Karl-Heinz Riedle, Giovanni Stroppa. Mauricio Neri.
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10.08.1992 Spurs were on the end of a 2-4 defeat at Portsmouth at Fratton Park in their final pre-season friendly.

Two goals from Vinny Samways were not enough against a determined Pompey side.

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Attendance : -   10,929

08.08.1992 Neil Ruddock scored the only goal in Nigel Gibbs' Testimonial against Watford at Vicarage Road.

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Attendance : -  5,567

05.08.1992 Sunderland celebrated their City status with this match, but Tottenham celebrated a 3-0 win on the ground of the Black Cats.

A Darren Anderton hat-trick, which included a penalty saw Spurs ease to a good pre-season victory.

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Attendance : -   22,672

03.08.1992 A pre-season friendly against West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns ended with Spurs winning 2-1, with Nayim and John Hendry on the score-sheet for Tottenham.

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Attendance : -   8,078

01.08.1992 Glenavon hosted Spurs in Northern Ireland for a pre-season friendly that Tottenham won 1-0 through Vinny Samways' goal.

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Attendance : -  5,000

29.07.1992 Spurs went to the South Coast to play Brighton and the friendly ended 1-1 with a goals coming in each half.

When Walsh was sent away on the left, he cut into the penalty area and a foul was given when Neil Ruddock slid in to tackle.  Walsh got up to take the penalty and send Erik Thorstvedt the wrong way from the spot.

After the break Spurs stepped up their game, with Andy Turner firing in a shot, then Darren Anderton's effort was saved, but the ball dropped kindly for Vinny Samways to tuck it away for the equaliser.

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Attendance : -   4,877

25.07.1992 Spurs met Hearts in a pre-season friendly and while Craig Levein scored for the home side, two goals from Gordon Durie, one from the penalty spot, earned Spurs a narrow win as they warmed up for the new season.

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25.07.1992 Spurs played a training ground friendly against Gillingham at Spurs Lodge and won 2-0, with the goals scored by from Andy Turner and Paul Allen.

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20.07.1992 Spurs Lodge hosted a friendly against Reading that ended 3-1 to Tottenham, with goals from Darren Anderton, John Hendry and Paul Stewart.

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10.11.1991 A Memorial match for the late Cyril Knowles was held at White Hart Lane featured a game between re-union sides of Spurs and Arsenal from 1971, which ended in a 0-0 draw, but the main game saw a Spurs side of 1981 take on their 1991 counterparts.

The side of '91 went 2-0 up with Vinny Samways and Scott Houghton scoring, but they were pegged back by the '81 team, as Terry Gibson and Mark Falco were on target.

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05.06.1991 The second game of the Kirin Cup took place in the port of Nagoya in Japan against the Thailand National XI.

Another young side was fielded against the Thai team and Spurs won out with Matthew Edwards and John Hendry scoring to give Tottenham a 2-1 victory.

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Attendance : -  10,000

02.06.1991 Tottenham faced Brazilian opposition in Japan in the shape of Vasco da Gama in the Kirin Cup.

The game ended in a goal-less draw, with a young Spurs team holding a star-studded Gama side.

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Spurs -  Walker, Thomas, Edinburgh, Sedgley, Tuttle, Howells, P. Allen, Stewart, Samways, Hendry, Walsh
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13.08.1990 Tottenham's visit to Tynecastle to play Heart of Midlothian ended all square with goals from Wayne Foster an David Howells cancelling each other out.

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01.05.1990 Billy Bingham brought his Northern Ireland side (including some qualified Spurs players who had not featured for the national side previously) to White Hart Lane to meet an all-star Spurs team in Danny Blanchflower's benefit match.
David Howells opened the scoring in the 13th minute, but Ireland got level when Kevin Wilson hit the net in the 20th minute.  Three minutes before the interval, Paul Gascoigne entered into the light-hearted nature of the match with a successful penalty, taken with a right foot shot from behind his left standing leg !!

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Erik Thorstvedt (Bobby Mimms 46), Andy Polston (Steve Perryman 46), Mitchell Thomas, Steve Sedgley, David Howells (Peter Garland 31), John Polston (Guy Butters 46), Paul Stewart (Eddie Gormley 66), Paul Gascoigne (Andy Polston 73), Nayim (Ossie Ardiles 46), Gary Lineker (Paul Walsh 42), Paul Allen (Peter Taylor 46)
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Tommy Wright (Alan McKnight 46), Paul Agnew, Tony Scappaticci (Stephen Beattie 53), John McClelland, Alan McDonald, David McCreery, Gerry Armstrong (Phil Gray 46), Jim Magilton, Colin Clarke, Kevin Wilson (Matthew Edwards 70), Paul Gray
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06.11.1989 Tottenham won 5-2 in Paul Ramsey's Testimonial against a Leicester City side at Filbert Street.  Two goals each from Paul Gascoigne and Paul Stewart and one from Steve Sedgley gave Spurs the win.

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13.08.1989 Hosts Atletico Madrid were Tottenham's second opponents in the 17th Trofeo Villa de Madrid tournament and ended our interests in the competition with a 1-0 win with Marina scoring the only goal of the game.

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11.08.1989 Spurs faced Dinamo Bucharest in the 17th Trofeo Villa de Madrid tournament played at the Vicente Calderon stadium of Atletico Madrid.

Sabau gave Dinamo the lead in the 12th minute, but 12 minutes later, David Howells equalised with a shot from the left corner of the penalty area.  Paul Gascoigne set up Paul Stewart in injury time, but Stelea made a fine save to keep the score level, but from the save, Vaiscovici hit Spurs on the break to give Bucharest the lead at the break.

Into the second half, Gudni Bergsson was penalised for a push on Vaiscovici, giving Raducioiu the opportunity to score from the spot and wrap up a 3-1 win in a tempestuous match which saw Paul Walsh and four Dinamo players booked and a red card for Paul Stewart in the 81st minute after a flare-up with defender Klein.

As a "count-back" in the event of a tie on points in the tournament, Dinamo also won a penalty shoot out after the game 6-5, with Tottenham's penalties converted by Terry Fenwick, Paul Moran, Guy Butters, Gary Mabbutt and Ian Hendon.  Mark Robson hit the post with the third Tottenham spot-kick and Andone had also struck the woodwork for Bucharest.

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Dinamo Bucharest -  Stelea, Zobos (Meszaros), Klein, Rednic, Lupescu. Andone, Vaiscovici (Zamfir), Sabau, Raducioiu, Mateut, Lupu (Timofte)
Subs not used : - Moraru, Saboli, Matei, Daniaschin
Spurs -  Thorstvedt, Bergsson, Butters, Mabbutt, Fenwick, P. Allen (Robson 66), Sedgley, Gascoigne (Moran 77), Stewart, Walsh, Howells (Hendon 81)
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10.08.1989 SK Brann Bergen were Tottenham's hosts in this pre-season friendly .

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06.08.1989 A feisty friendly at Ibrox in 1989 saw Glasgow Rangers field new signings Mo Johnston and Trevor Steven as the home side won by a single goal.

There was a flahspoint between Ian Ferguson and Gazza and Johnston also had a heated confrontation, but the only goal of the game was scored by Steven from distance.  Gary Stevens cut inside from the right and squared for the midfielder to bend a left foot drive into the bottom corner beyond Erik Thorstvedt.

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Glasgow Rangers - 
Chris Woods, Gary Stevens, Stuart Munro, Richard Gough, Ray Wilkins, Terry Butcher, Trevor Steven, Ian Ferguson, Ally McCoist, Maurice Johnston, Mark Walters.
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Erik Thorstvedt, Guy Butter, Chris Hughton, Terry Fenwick, Nayim, Gary Mabbutt, Steve Sedgley, Paul Gascoigne, Paul Stewart, Gary Lineker, Vinny Samways
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17.01.1989 As part of Glenn Hoddle's move to Monaco, Tottenham played a mid-season friendly on a cold Saturday afternoon.  It was two and a half year's after he departed and could not take part in the game, as he was injured, but Tottenham's only glimmer of light on a dank evening was when John Moncur converted a penalty following a foul on Nayim.

Goals from Youssouf Fofana, Mark Hateley and Jean-Marc Ferratge secured a 3-1 win for Arsene Wenger's team.

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 Battison, Ferratge, Fofana, Hateley, Weah.
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20.08.1986 Spurs won third place in the Trofeo Juan Gamper tournament in Barcelona with a 2-1 win over AC Milan.

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Attendance : -  89,000

19.08.1986 Spurs met PSV Eindhoven in the Trofeo Juan Gamper tournament at the Nou Camp stadium on a Tuesday evening in Barcelona.

Striker Mark Falco gave Tottenham a 35th minute lead when he headed home Mitchell Thomas' cross past Hans van Breukelen, but an own goal by Paul Miller just before the half-time whistle saw Gerard Vanenburg's cross provide the equaliser.

With no score in the second half, the game had to be decided by penalties and the Dutch side won 4-3 with goals from Ronald Koeman, Jurrie Koolhof, Frank Arnesen and Willy van der Kerkhof and a miss by Ruud Gullit, while Spurs scored from the spot with attempts from Chris Waddle, Richard Gough and Gary Stevens, with Glenn Hoddle and Paul Allen being unsuccessful.

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PSV Eindhoven -  van Breukelen, Gerets, Samuel, Gullitt, Heintze, W. van der Kerkhof, Vanenburg (Arnesen 73), Valke, R. Koeman, van der Gijp (Koolhof 46), Thoresen (van Aerle 84).
Spurs -  Clemence, Stevens, Miller (Gough 58), Mabbutt, M. Thomas, Roberts (Ardiles), Waddle, Hoddle, Galvin, C. Allen (P. Allen 58), Falco
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02.08.1986 Former Spurs midfielder Graeme Souness brought his new look Glasgow Rangers side to White Hart Lane for Paul Miller's testimonial.

Around 8,000 Rangers fans made the trip south to London and Chris Woods and Avi Cohen watched from the stand before joining the Scottish side.   Nicky Walker put in an excellent display of goalkeeping.
Rangers opened the scoring with Davie Cooper crossing for Cammy Fraser to head home from close range early in the match.  The visitors had spent £2,000,000 on new players in pre-season 1986 and it needed the appearance of Spurs substitutes Glenn Hoddle, Gary Stevens and Chris Waddle to gain a second half equaliser through Clive Allen.

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Spurs - 
Clemence, D. Thomas, Roberts, Miller, M. Thomas, Mabbutt, Cooke, Falco, C. Allen, Ardiles, Galvin
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Glenn Hoddle, Chris Hughton, Chris Waddle, Gary Stevens, Neil Ruddock
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Rangers  -  Nicky Walker, Ally Dawson, Stuart Munro, Graeme Souness, Dave McPherson, Avi Cohen, Cammy Fraser, Colin West, Ally McCoist, Ian Durrant, Davie Cooper.
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Hugh Burns, Robert Fleck, Derek Ferguson, Ted McMinn
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01.05.1986 Ossie Ardiles' Benefit match brought exotic opposition in the shape of Internazionale of Milan, but of more interest to the Spurs crowd was the appearance of Diego Maradona in a Tottenham shirt.

His attendance ensured a sell-out crowd that put the kick-off back to allow everyone in and the game featured a feast of skill with Maradona and Hoddle linking up like they had played together all their lives.

Mark Falco gave Tottenham an early lead and Liam Brady equalised for Inter, but Clive Allen hit a late winner for Spurs, for whom Ardiles could only play a few minutes, being restricted by his knee injury.

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Spurs -  Clemence (Jennings), Roberts (D. Thomas), Hughton, Mabbutt, Miller, Galvin (Samways), Ardiles (Waddle), Falco, Clive Allen, Maradona, Hoddle
Subs not used :  Chiedozie, Crook
Inter Milan -  Lorieri, Bernazzani, Marangon, Marini, Ferri, Mandorlini, Fanna, Cucchi, Pellegrini, Brady, Minaudo.
Subs not used :  Caniato, Pozzoni, Nunziata, Cioci, Handelli
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06.04.1986 There was a small turn-out as 12,665 fans were inside Ibrox to see Jock Wallace’s Glasgow Rangers beaten 2-0 by Spurs in this end of season friendly.

Centre forward Derek Ferguson had an early header cleared off the line by Danny Thomas and Iain Ferguson fired in a shot that was deflected wide of the post.
However, after starting the match brightly, what followed was a poor game in which John Chiedozie scored the opener following a Peter McCloy mistake and the second scored at the back post by Paul Allen.

Teams : 
Glasgow Rangers - 
Nicky Walker, Hugh Burns, Colin Miller, Cammy Fraser, Dave McPherson, Dougie Bell, Tedd McMinn, Derek Ferguson, Ally McCoist, Iain Ferguson, Davie Cooper
Subs: Peter McCloy, Davie McKinnon, Bobby Russell, Ian Durrant, John MacDonald
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Clemence, D. Thomas, Hughton, Mabbutt, Miller, Bowen, Chiedozie, Allen, Falco, Waddle, Galvin
Subs: Tony Parks, John Rucock, Ally Dick, Vinny Samways

Attendance : -  12,665

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04.08.1984 Spurs made the short trip to Enfield Town for a pre-season friendly at Southbury Road, taking a surprise trialist in Argentinian World Cup winner Mario Kempes who played in a 7-0 win for the Lilywhites.

Tottenham scored through Garth Crooks (4), Gary Stevens, Micky Hazard and Garry Brooke, while Kempes was content to stay on the periphery of the game, which may have cost him his chance of a deal with Tottenham.

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Enfield Town -  .
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Clemence (Parks); Stevens (Brooke), Hughton, Roberts, Miller, Perryman (Thomas), Ardiles (Bowen), Kempes, Galvin, Hazard, Crooks
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