spurs friendly match reports from 1997 to 2013

[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 from 1984 - 1997, click here.
              For friendly matches from 1997 - 2012, click here.
 

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30.05.2015 Sydney FC (Sydney).

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27.05.2015 Malaysia All-Stars (Kuala Lumpar).

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02.08.2014 Glasgow Celtic (Helsinki).

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27.07.2014 Chicago Fire (USA)  (away).

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24.07.2014 Toronto FC (Canada) (away).

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19.07.2014 Seattle Sounders  (USA) (away).

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24.05.2013 Spurs travelled to the Bahamas to play Jamaica in the Thomas A. Robinson National stadium to mark the 40th anniversary of the Jamaican FA.

Seven minutes into the match, Michael Dawson's long ball set Jermain Defoe free, but he looped a shot over the bar from a narrow angle.  Jamaican captain Jermaine Hue brought a sharp save from Brad Friedel about halfway through the first half proceedings and then Keammar Daley came in from the left to smash a curling right foot shot that struck the outside of the upright just after the half hour.

Early in the second half, Tom Huddlestone played in Emmanuel Adebayor and his shot was well stopped by substitute goalkeeper Andre Blake, who had to be on his toes again shortly after, with a stop from a Gylfi Sigurdsson shot and then he reacted to tip away Mousa Dembele's follow-up.  Gareth Bale was brought on to try to stem the tide flowing Jamaica's way, as they started to gain control.

Hugo Lloris beat away a Darren Mattocks shot, with the player not getting a good connection with the loose ball and knocking it wide, while, at the other end, Jan Vertonghen got a good connection on Benoit Assou-Ekotto's cross, but was denied by the legs of Blake.  Tottenham did get the ball in the net near the end, with Bale's turn and shot forcing a save from the keeper, only for the ball to be knocked back past him by Steven Caulker, who was adjudged to have been a yard offside, leaving the final score at 0-0.

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Jamaica -  (Blake 46), , , , , Keammar Daley,
Darren Mattocks, , Jermaine Hue, , .
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Friedel (Lloris 46); Walker (Assou-Ekotto 39), Dawson, Caulker, Naughton; Livermore, Dembele (Bale 61), Mason (Huddlestone 46), Holtby (Vertonghen 46), Sigurdsson; Defoe (Adebayor 46)
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06.08.2011 Athletic Bilbao (Spain)  (home).

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31.07.2011 Brighton and Hove Albion  (away)

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07.08.2010 ACF Fiorentina (Italy) (home).

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03.08.2010 Benfica (Portugal) (away)  (Eusebio Cup).

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29.07.2010 Villarreal (Spain) (home).

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25.07.2010 Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) (New York Challenge - New York).

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22.07.2010 New York Red Bulls (USA) (New York Challenge - New York).

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17.07.2010 San Jose Earthquakes (USA) (away).

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10.08.2008 AS Roma (Italy) (home).

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03.08.2008 Borussia Dortmund (Germany) (Feyenoord Jubileum Tournament - Rotterdam).

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01.08.2008 Glasgow Celtic (Feyenoord Jubileum Tournament - Rotterdam).

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30.07.2008 Leyton Orient (away).

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28.07.2008 Norwich City (away).

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24.07.2008 Hercules Alicante (Spain)  (away).

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19.07.2008

Spurs scored a second training ground friendly win with a 4-2 score-line against C.D. Denia.  Played in the evening to combat the searing heat, Tottenham rotated players to give them on pitch time, but they put the Third Division team to the sword with some good finishing.

Spurs almost went behind in the 20th minute, when Michael Dawson was forced to head out a shot that was going in under the bar, but the possession statistics were in Tottenham's favour and on the half hour, Heurelho Gomes threw the ball to Jermaine Jenas, who ran with the ball before releasing Aaron Lennon wide on the right wing.  The winger's low bal into the area was controlled by Adel Taarabt and after turning his marker, he shot past the exposed keeper to give Tottenham the lead.

Eight minutes later, Jenas played 1-2s with Taarabt and Darren Bent to put him into the clear and he slotted home after rounding the goalie in the 39th minute.  However, right on half-time, Denia got a goal back with a volley through a crowd of players to make it 2-1 at the break.

Nine minutes after the re-start Spurs had extended the lead once more, with Andros Townsend making good ground on the left wing, before his ball into the danger area was turned past the Denia goalkeeper by one of his own players.  Five minutes later it was 4-1, with Taarabt putting Giovani Dos Santos through with a well-timed run and as the Mexican went into the area and was closed down by the goalie, he squared the ball for Darren Bent to put into an empty net.

With 20 minutes to go, Denia pulled another goal back with a fierce free-kick that flew in to make the final score 4-2.

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C.D. Denia (Spain) -  .
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Gomes (Jansson 63), Gunter, Dawson (Zokora 63), Archibald-Henville (Woodgate 63), Townsend, Lennon (Bostock 63), Huddlestone, Jenas (Keane 46), Bostock (Giovani 46), Taarabt, Bent (Pekhart 63)
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14.07.2008 Tottenham played a friendly match at their training camp against Spanish side Tavernes, who play their football in the Regional Leagues.

Fielding two different sides in the two halves of the game, Tottenham eased themselves back into competitive football with a sparkling second half after turning around with a 1-0 lead.

New signing John Bostock put in a cross for Aaron Lennon to head home for the first Tottenham goal of the season on 28 minutes.  Chances had been carved out before the goal, with Darren Bent nodding wide after he had hit the post with another effort, while Jermaine Jenas forced the keeper to a save and Benoit Assou-Ekotto hit a shot that dipped just over the crossbar.

The second half team took the task in hand and re-opened the scoring just after the interval with Tomas Pekhart firing in from the edge of the box into the top corner.  Giovani Dos Santos opened his account for Tottenham with a neat near post finish in the 54th minute after a good pass from Huddlestone, with Pekhart adding his second ten minutes later when he swept home Berbatov's low cross after good work from Hutton.

Seizing on poor defending from Tavernes, Dos Santos hit his second goal from close range in the 69th minute and Steed Malbranque got in on the act when set up by a 77th minute pass from Pekhart.  With five minutes remaining, Andros Townsend fed Jamie O'Hara to burst into a good position past two defenders and he finished from the centre of the area for the seventh Spurs goal and the midfielder then finished off the scoring with a 20 yard curling shot ending a period of possession just a minute later.

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Alnwick (Jansson 46), Gunter (Hutton 46), Assou-Ekotto (Townsend 46), Dawson (Archibald-Henville 46), Chimbonda (Tainio 46), Lennon (Malbranque 46), Jenas (O'Hara 46), Taarabt (Huddlestone 46), Bostock (dos Santos 46), Keane (Berbatov 46), Bent (Pekhart 46)
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04.08.2007 Torino (Italy) (Home).
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01.08.2007 Leyton Orient (Away).
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28.07.2007 The final of the Vodacom Challenge pitched Spurs against Orlando Pirates under the hot afternoon sun in the Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria.

The first chance of the game fell to Lekgwathi, who took a back-heel and fired well over from the right side of the six yard box.  30 seconds later, a Darren Bent drive forced Chansa into a diving save and from the corner, the ball bobbled about, coming off Tom Huddlestone to drop for Bent to volley home off the underside of the bar.  Chimbonda had an opportunity soon after from a corner, but he put his far post header just over the top and another when he exchanged passes with Dimitar Berbatov and smashed a 20 yard effort just wide of the angle.

Defender Makita was tracked by Bent into his own area and as he tried to juggle the ball on the dead-ball line, he lost possession and tight to the line, the new Spurs forward pulled the ball back for Berbatov to stretch and stroke the ball home from inside the six yard box.  Tottenham were in complete control and Huddlestone played in Bent who crashed a shot against the post.

On 21 minutes, it was 3-0, as Berbatov received a throw-in and threaded a pass through the defence to Adel Taarabt and his back-heel into the path of Bent saw the front man take a touch to open up a gap between defender and keeper to slide the ball home.  Straight away Bent was presented with another chance by Malbranque, but the narrow angle saw his lob over the advancing keeper go across the face of goal.

When the Pirates broke on goal, they either shot waywardly wide or hit weak shots on goal, but Dawson and Rocha were there to block any shots on goal.  It took until the 58th minute for Robinson to make a diving save from substitute Merache's shot and Berbatov replied with a free-kick that Chansa saved, while Makita almost touched a Malbranque cross into his own goal.  The game petered out as more substitutions were made and Tottenham became the first team to take the trophy out of Africa with this victory.

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Orlando Pirates - 
Chansa, Lekgwathi, Makita, Seema, Mdledle, Gumbi, Kamwendo, Makhanya, Chenene, Mokoena, Matema
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Meyiwa, Chabalala, Mkhwanazi, Mazana, Cashibe, Merahe,  Ramudzuli, Segolela, Mashaba, Bucuane, Teferra, Walaza
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Robinson, Chimbonda, Stalteri, Dawson, Rocha, Malbranque (Maghoma, 83), Zokora (Jenas, 46), Huddlestone (Keane, 57), Taarabt (Routledge, 46), Bent (Defoe, 46), Berbatov (Tainio, 72)
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Cerny, Kaboul, O'Hara, Daniels
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24.07.2007 A repeat result for Spurs against Orlando Pirates in Cape Town saw them reach the final of the Vodacom Challenge.

Although the Pirates had the early initiative it was Tottenham who took a 12th minute lead, when Tom Huddlestone's 50 yard pass released Darren Bent to lobe the ball over the advancing Francis Chansa from the edge of the area.  Cerny had to be sharp down to a Josephy Kamwendo effort, while  he out-guessed Lebohang Mokoena in a one-on-one, with the Pirate slicing the rebound well wide.  The ref was generously awarding free-kicks to the home side, but Lucky Lekgwathi and Ralph Matema excitedly fired well off target.

A Wayne Routledge cross evaded the keeper, but was also out of Bent's reach, while, on the half hour, Younes Kaboul smashed a 30 yard free-kick that rebounded off the post and then Defoe tested the keeper with a 20 yard dipping effort.  Adel Taarabt was next to test the goalie and at the other end Cerny fell easily on a curling shot from Matema.  As the half came to a close, Bent set up Huddlestone, but his shot was fluffed and then the new signing nodded down for Jermain Defoe, but Chansa was out on to his shot to smother it.

The second half started with Mokoena and Makhanya linking well, but failing to get an effort on goal, with Spurs reduced to long range shooting, as Hud brought a good save from the keeper and captain Jermaine Jenas hit a long shot that was easily saved.  Joseph Makhanya forced Cerny to tip over a fierce free-kick with 57 minutes gone, although as the play progressed, Huddlestone released Bent once more and his prodded effort past Chansa was cleared off the line by Destin Makita.

Matema and substitute Ramudzuli had openings which they failed to test Cerny with, as Tottenham responded with a Taarabt curler that went inches wide.  As substitutions were made, Bennet Chenene and Lekgwathi hit Cerny with shots, with the best chance falling to Ramudzuli, who volleyed over from 12 yards out with the goal gaping.  Another opportunity in the 83rd minute saw Kamwendo drive a free-kick goalwards, which Cerny did well to keep out.  Just when it looked like Tottenham might concede an equaliser, O'Hara and Defoe linked well to put Malbranque away and his cross was knocked home by Wayne Routledge from 15 yards out.

That should have been it, but having picked up bookings for Kaboul (foul) and Stalteri (dissent), a penalty was awarded to Orlando for a foul on Walaza by Chimbonda.  Cerny dived to stop the spot-kick from the player who was fouled, but it was ordered to be retaken as he had moved.  The Spurs keeper then dived to the left to stop the second penalty, but once more he was ruled to have gone too early, so with the third kick, it was left to Kamwendo beat the Czech to set up a grandstand last five minutes, plus four minutes added time.  Spurs kept the Pirates at bay and although a scramble from a corner looked as though it might cause problems, the ball was cleared and Spurs had the win.

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Orlando Pirates - 
Chansa, Lekgwathi, Makita, Seema, Mdledle, Gumbi, Kamwendo, Chenene, Makhanya (Ramudzuli 63), Mokoena (Teferra 70), Matema (Walaza 81)
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Meyiwa, Chabalala, Mkhwanazi, Mazana, Mlambo, Merahe, Segolela, Mashaba, Bucuane
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Cerny, Chimbonda, Stalteri, Kaboul, Gardner, Routledge, Jenas (c) (O'Hara 70), Huddlestone, Taarabt (Malbranque 70), Bent, Defoe
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Robinson, Dawson, Rocha, Daniels, Maghoma, Zokora, Keane
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21.07.2007  Spurs won out 2-1 in this first game of the Vodacom Challenge, thanks to our strikers sharpness.

The weather was cool in the South African winter in Durban, with the ABSA Stadium crowd excitable when Kaiser Chiefs had the ball. 

Younes Kaboul only lasted five minutes before a boot in the face from Shaun Bartlett meant he could not carry on and Anthony Gardner came on to partner Michael Dawson.   It took 15 minutes for the first shot on goal, but Mabhuti Khanyeza's effort flew well wide.  The Chiefs had the bulk of the play, but when Tottenham did break away, it seemed it was always Robbie Keane who was hauled back by an offside flag.  His dissent about the decisions (not all of which looked correct) got him a booking from the ref.

Michael Dawson put in a good block to keep out another Khanyeza shot and then, seven minutes before the interval, Tottenham's first opening saw Keane's left wing cross headed wide by Dimitar Berbatov.  But a minute later Keane seized his moment as the Chiefs' defence waited for an offside flag once more and the Irishman deftly lobbed the keeper Emile Baron as he came out to finish Ricardo Rocha's through ball.

Five minutes after the restart, the Chiefs' levelled with Onismor Bhasera racing up the left wing to play in a cross that found Bartlett stealing in front of Robinson and Gardner.  This Caused a massive reaction from the home crowd.  Robbo was soon in action again, with a tip over the bar as Bhasera's cross looked as if it might drift in, but as the clock passed the hour mark, substitute Darren Bent raced clear of his marker down the left side and unselfishly squared the ball to Berbatov, who knocked the ball into and unguarded net.

Tottenham looked fairly comfortable although the Kaiser Chiefs did threaten, although there efforts did not trouble the goal and Tottenham took a win forward to their next game against Orlando Pirates.

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Kaiser Chiefs (South Africa) -  Baron, Tau, Bhasera, Mayo, Nzama, Spencer (Nengomasha 61), Mooki, Ngobese (Thasabala 72), Zwane (Phala 72), Bartlett (Djiehoua 77), Khenyeza.
Subs not used : Bocsker, Sibeko, Mototo, Bulu, Mathebula
Spurs - Robinson, Ifil (Daniels 78), Rocha, Kaboul (Gardner 5), Dawson, Routledge (Bent 57), Zokora, Jenas, Malbranque, Berbatov (Taarabt 83), Keane
Subs not used : Cerny, Maghoma, O'Hara
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Ref : -   Wilson Mpanisi

12.07.2007 A single Robbie Keane goal settled this friendly in Dublin against St. Patrick's Athletic.

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St. Patricks Athletic -  Ryan (Clarke 46), Murphy, Rogers (Guy 46), Paisley (Haverty 84), Maguire (Frost 46), Gibson, Brennan, Keane (M. Foley 70), M. Quigley (C. Foley 46[S. Quigley 60]), Barker (Murphy 70), Kirby (Mulcahy 46),
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Spurs -  Cerny, Rocha, Bale (Ifil 83), Kaboul, Gardner (Dawson 46), Taarabt (Maghoma 46), Murphy (O'Hara 58), Zokora, Malbranque, Bent (Barnard 70), Keane
Subs not used : Robinson, Daniels
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07.07.2007 Stevenage Borough (Away) Friendly.

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12.08.2006 Real Sociedad (Spain) (Home) Friendly.

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05.08.2006 Borussia Dortmund (Germany) (Away) Friendly.

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30.07.2006 Internazionale (Italy) (Home) Friendly.

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25.07.2006 Stevenage Borough (Away) Friendly.

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06.08.2005 FC Porto (Portugal) (Home)  Friendly 
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30.07.2005 Reading (away)  Friendly.
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24.07.2005 Olympique Lyonnais  (Seoul)  Peace Cup Final
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21.07.2005 Real Sociedad (Ulsan)  Peace Cup
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18.07.2005 Mamelodi Sundowns (Suwon) Peace Cup
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16.07.2005 Boca Juniors (Suwon)  Peace Cup
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09.07.2005 Stevenage Borough (Away) - Friendly
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10.08.2004 Celtic (Away)  Friendly.
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07.08.2004 Cagliari (Home)  Friendly.
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05.08.2004 Partizan Belgrade (Sevilla)  Kappa Cup.
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03.08.2004 Feyenoord (Sevilla)  Kappa Cup.
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31.07.2004 Nottingham Forest (Away)   Friendly
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28.07.2004 Glasgow Rangers (Away)   Friendly - Walter Tull Trophy
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25.07.2004 Sheffield United (Away)   Friendly
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24.07.2004 Hull City (Away) - Friendly
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20.07.2004 Stevenage Borough (Away) - Friendly
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15.07.2004 Spurs continued their pre-season programme with a friendly against FC Copenhagen in Gothenburg which they drew 2-2.

The Danish side took a fourth minute lead but an equalising goal from the head of Dean Richards from a Michael Brown corner on 27 minutes got Tottenham back in the game.  A solo Jermain Defoe effort just as the hour approached gave Spurs a 2-1 lead, but Copenhagen levelled in the 76th minute to earn a draw.

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Keller, Carr, Taricco, Richards, Bunjevcevic, Davies (Marney 62), Brown, Davis, Jackson (Ricketts 69), Keane, Defoe
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Doherty, Fulop, Kelly, Mabizela, McKie, Hughes, Yeates, Barnard
Attendance : -   15,104

10.08.2003 Sporting Lisbon (Home) - Friendly.
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29.07.2003 Kaiser Chiefs (Away) - Friendly
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26.07.2003 Orlando Pirates (Away) - Friendly
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22.07.2003 Norwich City (Away) - Friendly
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20.07.2003 Oxford United (Away) - Friendly
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19.07.2003 Wycombe Wanderers (Away) - Friendly
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16.07.2003 Stevenage Borough (Away) - Friendly
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03.08.2003 Dutch side PSV Eindhoven played a pre-season friendly at White Hart Lane.

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14.05.2003 A return game in Washington saw Spurs visit America to spread the word of the club's name as they took part in the Capital Cup with a game against DC United, who had provided the opposition at WHL five months before.

Half an hour in and Ben Olsen got past Ledley King and pulled the ball back into the path of Hristo Stoichkov to shoot off Stephen Carr to leave keeper Kasey Keller wrong-footed.

Spurs had a good second half and carved out opportunities for Christian Ziege, Simon Davies, Milenko Acimovic and Robbie Keane, but they could not find a way back into the game.

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DC United -  Olsen,
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Keller, Ziege, King, Carr, S. Davies, Acimovic, Keane,
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11.08.2002 Lazio (Home)  Friendly.
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07.08.2002 Celtic (Home)  Friendly.
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04.08.2002 Feyenoord (Away)  Friendly.
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03.08.2002 Watford (Away)  Nigel Gibbs Testimonial.
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31.07.2002 Crystal Palace (Away)  Simon Rodger Testimonial.
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28.07.2002 QPR (Away)   Friendly
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27.07.2002 Gillingham (Away)   Friendly
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25.07.2002 Bournemouth (Away)   Friendly
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21.07.2002 Stevenage Borough (Away) - Friendly
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08.08.2001 Fiorentina (Home)  Bill Nicholson Testimonial.
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04.08.2001 Millwall (Away)  Keith Stevens Testimonial.
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25.07.2001 Portsmouth (Away)   Friendly
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21.07.2001 Wycombe Wanderers (Away)   Friendly
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19.07.2001 Leyton Orient (Away)  Steven Castle Testimonial.
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17.07.2001 Swindon Town (Away)  Friendly.
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12.08.2000 Vitesse Arnhem (Away)  Friendly
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08.08.2000 Peterborough United (Away)  Friendly
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04.08.2000 QPR (Away)  Friendly
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02.08.2000 Fulham (Away)  Friendly
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29.07.2000 Birmingham City (Away)  Friendly
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31.07.1999 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Away)  Friendly
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24.07.1999 Heart of Midlothian (Away)  Friendly
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11.08.1998 St. Albans (Away)  Friendly
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08.08.1998 The second and final game of Tottenham's pre-season trip to Holland saw them pitted against Feyenoord at the De Kuyp stadium and a Chris Armstrong goal earned a 1-1 draw with the Dutch side .

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Attendance : -  30,767

05.08.1998 Spurs travelled to Holland and took on EV & AC De Tubanters at the Sportpark Het Diekman in a pre-season friendly.

Twenty minutes in, Andy Sinton scored the opening goal with a shot from the edge of the area and the lead was doubled when Les Ferdinand, the provider for the first, scored two minutes after, heading home Stephen Carr's cross from 12 yards out. 

Nicola Berti got a third in the 52nd minute when he got to a near post ball to nudge it home, then Chris Armstrong made it 4-0 on 69 minutes with a far post header, with Rory Allen's 70th minute goal putting Spurs out of reach after Armstrong's pass set him up for a shot. 

The home side grabbed a goal on 74 minutes, when Boy Jhan Jhan beat the Spurs defence, but the match finished 6-1 when Colin Calderwood netted the final Tottenham goal with five minutes left of the match, heading home at the far post.

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EV & AC De Tubanters -  .
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Spurs - 
Baardsen (Segers 46), Carr, Tramezzani (Wilson 61), Berti (Vega 83), Edinburgh, Calderwood, Fox (Dominguez 46), Sinton, Anderton (S. Clemence 61), Ferdinand (Armstrong 61), Allen
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Attendance : -   850

01.08.1998 QPR (Away)  Friendly
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15.07.1998 Peterborough United (Away)  Friendly
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