spurs v huddersfield town match reports

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06.09.1972 Goals from Martin Chivers and Alan Gilzean gave Spurs a win at White Hart Lane over Huddersfield Town in the First Division.

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Goal times v Huddersfield Town

First goal 43 mins 50 secs
Second goal 64 mins 54 secs
Third goal - 83 mins 15 secs
 

21.08.1971 Spurs ran out 4-1 winners with the Huddersfield goal coming from Jimmy Lawson.  

Martin Chivers rose at the far post to a right wing cross to head home past Dennis Clarke on the line at the Paxton Road end with six minutes and 14 seconds on the clock.

The second goal of the match came after 21 minutes and 15 seconds, with the third after 34 minutes and 16 seconds

Alan Gilzean shot home his second goal when a long Tony Want free-kick confused David Lawson, the Town goalkeeper, leaving him the relatively simple task of shooting past Geoff Hutt on the line.

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Jennings, Kinnear, Want, Mullery (cpt), England, Beal, Coates, Perryman, Chivers, Peters, Gilzean
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Huddersfield Town -  David Lawson, Dennis Clarke, Geoff Hutt, Jimmy Nicholson, Roy Ellam, Trevor Cherry
(cpt), Steve Smith, Brian Mahoney, Frank Worthington, Jimmy Lawson, Mick Barry.
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Manager : - Ian Greaves
Kit: - Yellow shirts, blue shorts
Attendance : -  33,260
Ref. Mr. John Yates (Redditch)
Linesmen : Mr. K. A. Duff (Surrey) - Red flag; Mr. P. Holness (Surrey) - Yellow flag

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Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Mullery (c), Peter Collins, Beal, Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Peters, Neighbour
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David Lawson, Dennis Clarke, Alan Jones, Jimmy Nicholson, Roy Ellam, Trevor Cherry (c), Steve Smith, Brian Mahoney, Frank Worthington, Jimmy McGill, Jimmy Lawson
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01.09.1970

A 1-1 draw at Leeds Road saw Huddersfield score through Steve Smith only for Martin Chivers to level the scores in the second half and earn Tottenham a point.

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Huddersfield Town -  Poole, Clarke, Hutt, Nicholson, Ellam, Cherry, S. Smith, J. Lawson, Worthington, McGill, Krzywicki.
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Spurs -  Jennings, Kinnear, England, Peter Collins (Pearce), Knowles, Mullery, Perryman, Peters, Morgan, Chivers, Gilzean
Attendance : -   26,701
Ref. : - J. K. Taylor (Wolverhampton)

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21.04.1956 Huddersfield arrived at White Hart Lane bottom of the First Division, but Tottenham were only three places better off and perhaps that was the reason it was a poor game.

Johnny Brooks was fouled in the penalty area and Tommy Harmer scored from the spot-kick to give Tottenham a half-time lead.

A headed own goal by Maurice Norman allowed the Terriers to draw level, then they went ahead when Dave Hickson ran past Harry Clarke to fire a winner past Ron Reynolds. Huddersfield were reliant on their goalkeeper Harry Fearnley to turn in a fine display to keep Spurs at bay.

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Reynolds, Norman, Hopkins, Blanchflower, Clarke, Marchi, McClellan, Harmer, Bobby Smith, Brooks, Robb
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Fearnley, Gibson, Kelly, McGarry, Taylor, Quested, Simpson, Glazzard, Hickson, Davie, Metcalfe.
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02.04.1952 A controversial goal settled this League match at White Hart Lane, with vital points being lost by Huddersfield Town, who were relegated at the end of the season.

Eddie Baily took a last minute corner from the Paxton Road end, but the kick hit the referee on the back and rebounded to Baily.  Thinking quickly, he put the ball back into the goal-mouth and it was headed home by Len Duquemin.  Despite protests from the Terriers players, who rightly put forward the point that Baily had touched the ball twice before an opponent had touched it, the goal was allowed to stand, as the referee unaware of what had gone on.  There was no further score in the match.

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Attendance : -   22,396

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19.09.1925 A match four weeks into the season which introduced the new offside law of two opposition needing to be between the striker and the goal instead of the previous ruling of three players, saw goals galore at White Hart Lane as Spurs played out a 5-5 draw with Huddersfield Town.

In wind and rain, 22,000 fans saw a feast of football, as Alex Jackson gave the visitors the lead after five minutes, before Frank Osborne set up Jack Elkes to equalise. Town went ahead again a few minutes later when Jackson hit his second and that was the score at half-time.

It was early in the second half that Jimmy Dimmock curled a shot that caught the keeper Taylor out and Spurs went ahead for the first time when Tommy Clay scored from the penalty spot. Huddersfield pulled it back to 3-3 with a goal from Billy Cook (who later joined Spurs), but a quick-fire two goals in two minutes from Osborne and Elkes put Tottenham 5-3 ahead and looking odds on for a home win.

However, Huddersfield threw everything at the Spurs goal and Jackson completed his hat-trick when he forced the ball over the line from close range, with George Brown completing the scoring with a late header to tie things up at 5-5.

Spurs : - Hinton, Clay, Forster, Skinner, Smith, Grimsdell, Osborne, Seed, Lindsay, Elkes, Dimmock.
Huddersfield Town : - Taylor, Barkas, Wadsworth, Steele, T. Wilson, Watson, Alex Jackson, Billy Cook, George Brown, Stephenson, Williams

Attendance : -   20,880 
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