the spurs almanac

january 22nd

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          Match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available.

1887 Foxes A Friendly 2 - 1
1898 Wolverton H Southern League 7 - 1
1910 Manchester United A First Division 0 - 5
1916 Millwall H London Combination - First Competition 2 - 2
1921 Arsenal A First Division 2 - 3
1927 Blackburn Rovers H First Division 1 - 1
1938 New Brighton A FA Cup R4 0 - 0
1944 Aldershot A Football League South 1 - 0
1949 West Bromwich Albion H Second Division 2 - 0
1955 Sheffield Wednesday H First Division 7 - 2
1966 Middlesbrough H FA Cup R3 4 - 0
1972 Newcastle United A First Division 1 - 3
1977 Ipswich Town H First Division 1 - 0
1983 Sunderland H First Division 1 - 1
1994 Swindon Town A Premier League 1 - 2
2000 Sheffield Wednesday H Premier League 0 - 1
2005 Crystal Palace A Premier League 0 - 3
2008 Arsenal H League Cup SF L2 5 - 1
2011 Newcastle United H Premier League 1 - 1
2012 Manchester City A Premier League 2 - 3

 

          Notable Dates

1892

John Pearson, full back 1913-1923, born.
1898 Ed Downie makes his half back debut.

Bob Tannahill scores the last goal of his Tottenham career.

1910 Spurs biggest away defeat to Manchester United.

Douglas MacFarlane nets his last Spurs goal.

1920 Alf Ramsey, full back 1949-1955, born.
1921 The crowd of 60,600 (when Highbury only had a 60,000 capacity) was a record at the time for Arsenal.
1931 Fred Mearns, goalkeeper 1903-1904, dies.
1955 Tottenham equalled their biggest winning margin in a home match against Sheffield Wednesday .
1958 Winger Cliff Jones makes his debut.
1966 Tottenham's biggest FA Cup win over Middlesbrough.
1972 Jack Elkes, inside forward and centre half 1923-1929, dies.
1980 Cyril Toulouse, centre half 1948-1949, dies.
1994 Paul Mahorn makes his debut in the forward line.
2000 Willem Korsten makes his first appearance in midfield.

Justin Edinburgh plays his last Spurs match.

2011 Steven Pienaar makes his Spurs debut.

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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