||Billy Minter scores all three
goals to record the most goals in a game for Spurs against Bristol City.
||First FA Cup tie against
|| Frank Osborne scores four to
help Spurs to a big win and become the man who scored most goals in a game for
Spurs against Newcastle United.
||Willie Davies nets the final
goal of his time at Tottenham.
||Aled Owen, winger 1953-1955,
||Spurs wore numbers in this FA
Cup tie for the first time.
|| Biggest away crowd for a game against
Stoke City = 47,000.
|| Biggest home win over Bradford City.
|| Spurs managed to salvage a draw
from this match despite goalkeeper Ray Clemence having to leave the field
injured and Graham Roberts replaced him between the sticks. Roberts made a
couple of very good saves to take Fulham back to White Hart Lane.
||Wayne Routledge, winger 2005-
|| A humiliating defeat for Spurs
at the hands of Second Division Bradford City, but a fully deserved win for the
|| "The Cup tie that should
never have been". Following charges of irregular payments to players,
the FA had found Tottenham guilty and expelled them from the FA Cup and deducted
League points from the club to start the new season. However, chairman
Alan Sugar appealed and took the matter to arbitration where Spurs were
reinstated, had the points deduction annulled and were awarded a bigger
fine. The last pairing of the draw had seen the non-league side Altrincham
picked to play away to Tottenham or to have a bye to the next round (depending
on the outcome of the appeal). Despite the possibility of going through to
the Fourth Round of the competition, Altrincham threatened to sue the FA should
they not play Tottenham, as they would miss out on a valuable pay day in terms
of gate receipts.
The match equalled Spurs' biggest win over the
Stuart Nethercott scores his first goal
||Tottenham's 450th Premier
Gary Doherty makes his 50th Tottenham
||Tottenham sign South African
defender Bongani Khumalo for £1.5 million from SuperSport United.