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|31.10.1984||Spurs end the Liverpool four year unbeaten run in the League Cup|
|10.10.1970||Alan Mullery accepted the Bell's Manager of the Month award of a gallon of whiskey for September 1970 on behalf of Bill Nicholson, who was unable to attend the match.|
|05.05.1951||Ron Burgess was presented the League Championship trophy as Spurs had already won the title in the previous game by Football League President Arthur Drewry.|
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|Nick Barmby||Developed through the Tottenham ranks, Barmby made his debut in 1992, but left for Middlesbrough in the summer of 1995, unhappy at not getting a regular start, despite his 100 starts for the club. Worked his way through Everton to arrive at Liverpool for £6 million in 2000, but never really performed as he used to and played only 57 games before moving on again to Leeds United.|
|Frank Brettell||Started with Everton as a player and member of the club Everton committee until 1892 when he moved to Liverpool until 1896. In March 1898, he took over at Spurs and eased the club through their transition into a Limited Company. Brought a number of top players to the club and played a major part at the club until he left in February 1899.|
|Ray Clemence||Spent many good years at Liverpool, starting in 1969 winning trophies galore in his 666 first team appearances before coming to Tottenham to win an FA Cup winners medal in 1982.|
|Robbie Keane||Scored over 100 goals for Tottenham in six years at the club before defecting to Liverpool in a deal potentially worth £20.3 million in July 2008.|
|Oyvind Leonhardsen||Started at Wimbledon and was signed by Liverpool in 1997. Came to Spurs in 1999 in a £3.5 million deal and stayed for three years. A useful, busy midfielder, but one who failed to impose himself at Tottenham, before moving on to Aston Villa and then returning to Norway.|
|Doug Livermore||A Spurs coach, reserve team manager and assistant manager for 10 years, Doug moved into a similar position with the Merseyside club.|
|Danny Murphy||The England midfielder made 249 appearances and scored 44 goals for Liverpool between July 1997 and August 2004 when he left for Charlton. He subsequently moved on to Spurs in January 2006.|
|Frank O'Donnell||A war-time guest for both clubs, O'Donnell scoring once in two matches for Liverpool in 1940-41 and in 13 appearances grabbing eight goals for Tottenham between September 1943 and September 1944.|
|Jamie Redknapp||Signed from Bournemouth by the Reds, after starting in Tottenham's youth side. Played 308 games for Liverpool, before signing for Tottenham in 2002 on a free transfer. Has been hit by injury at Spurs, as he was in his latter days at Anfield, but as club captain showed he could still pass the ball well, when fit.|
|Ronnie Rosenthal||Joined Liverpool from Standard Liege on loan initially, before signing permanently for £1.1 million. Scored a hat trick on his debut at Charlton but failed to establish a regular place in the team and came to Spurs in 1993, staying for three years and making 65 appearances, before leaving for Watford.|
|Neil Ruddock||Signed as a 16 year old from Millwall in 1985, he moved back to the South London club in 1988 before joining Spurs again from Southampton in 1992. His signing for Liverpool for £2.5 million in 1993 was a move that came about following the Sugar/Venables dispute, with Ruddock no longer willing to stay at the club, after making 55 appearances.|
|John Scales||Was at Anfield from 1994 to 1996, when he was surprisingly sold to Tottenham. The stylish centre half had an injury hit time at Spurs, which saw him off to Ipswich in 2000 for a short time before he retired.|
|Graeme Souness||Was an unhappy youngster at Tottenham and left to be nearer home (although he was more keen on getting first team football) at Middlesbrough in 1971 and went from there to Anfield in 1978. Played 358 Liverpool games before going to Italy to ply his trade. Returned to Merseyside as Liverpool manager from 1991 to 1994.|
|John Stephenson||An amateur in Liverpool's reserves up until 1897, then playing for New Brighton Tower and Swindon Town. Stephenson made his way to Spurs in 1901, where he played in the Southern League side four times, but played reserve team football for three years before being released.|
|Paul Stewart||Played an instrumental role at Spurs after moving back into midfield from the strikers role where had previously made his name. Bought from Manchester City in 1988, he stayed at Spurs until 1992, when Liverpool paid £2.5 million for him, but he disappointed there and played only 42 games before leaving for Sunderland in 1996.|
|Christian Ziege||Signed in controversial circumstances from Middlesbrough in 2000, Ziege slotted into the left wing back position at Anfield making 32 appearances. Injury hit and out of favour, he moved onto Tottenham in 2001 and played a significant part in the revival, but injuries once more restricted his availability, leading to him being given a free transfer to Borussia Munchengladbach in 2004.|
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|31.10.1914||Tottenham's 100th away League match and their 100th League defeat.|
|13.12.1924||Tottenham's 100th First Division draw.|
|28.04.1928||The 0-2 defeat saw Spurs relegated to Division Two|
|23.09.1933||Liverpool outside right Berry Nieuwenhuys made his debut.|
|21.12.1968||Tottenham's 500th away League defeat.|
|10.10.1970||Tottenham's 1,500th First Division match.|
|17.04.1971||Tottenham's 500th League draw.|
|31.03.1973||Tottenham's 200th away League draw.|
|08.05.1974||Max Thompson made his debut at the age of 17 years and 128 days making him the youngest player to appear in the league for Liverpool at the time.|
|27.08.2003||50th Premiership appearance
for Spurs by Kasey Keller
El-Hadji Diouf makes his 50th Liverpool appearance
Michael Owen makes his 200th Premiership appearance.
Dietmar Hamann makes his 150th Premiership appearance.
Harry Kewell makes his 200th Premiership appearance.
Spurs play what must be a record number of debutants in modern times fielding seven players making their first Spurs League appearance.
Djibril Cisse scores on his debut for Liverpool.
|16.04.2005|| Steve Finnan makes his 50th Premiership appearance for Liverpool.
The first goal of the game was the 200th Premier League conceded by Paul Robinson while playing for Leeds and Tottenham.
|10.09.2005|| Jermain Defoe makes his 200th club career appearance (Charlton, West Ham,
Bournemouth and Spurs).
Peter Crouch makes his Liverpool debut.
Aaron Lennon makes his 50th career League appearance (Leeds and Spurs).
Liverpool play their 550th Premier League
match and their 275th
home Premier League game.
It was also Tottenham's 550th Premier League match and their 275th away game in the Premier League.
Steve Finnan makes his 450th career League start (Birmingham City, Notts County, Fulham and Liverpool).
Peter Crouch makes his 50th
Premiership appearance for
Liverpool. Calum Davenport makes his 100th career
League start (Coventry, Tottenham, West Ham, Southampton and Norwich).
Calum Davenport makes his 100th career League start (Coventry, Tottenham, West Ham, Southampton and Norwich).
Darren Bent makes his 100th Premier League appearance (Ipswich, Charlton and Tottenham).
Jamie O'Hara makes his 50th career league appearance (Tottenham, Chesterfield and Millwall).
Darren Bent makes his 50th appearance for Tottenham.
Jonathan Woodgate makes the 200th appearance in the Premier League of his career (Leeds United, Newcastle United, Middlesbrough and Tottenham).
Jermain Defoe makes his 300th career league appearance (Charlton, West Ham, Bournemouth, Tottenham and Portsmouth).
Jermaine Jenas makes his 150th appearance in a Tottenham shirt.
Liverpool recorded their 1,300th win in post-war league football.
Fernando Torres scores his 50th Liverpool goal.
|20.01.2010||Stephen Darby and Maxi Rodriguez make their Liverpool debuts.|
|28.11.2010||Jamie Carragher makes his 450th Liverpool Premier League appearance.|
Gareth Bale makes his 100th
career Premier League appearance.
The draw was Tottenham's 200th in the Premier League.
Jamie Carragher makes his 500th
career League appearance for Liverpool.
Luis Suarez scores his 50th Liverpool goal.
|15.12.2013||Andre Villas-Boas' last game in charge of Tottenham Hotspur.|
Brendan Rodgers’ 50th win as Liverpool
Liverpool's 50th win at Anfield.
The fourth Liverpool goal was their 150th against us at Anfield.
Brendan Rodgers’ 100th game as Liverpool
Mario Balotelli makes his Liverpool debut.
Liverpool's third goal was their 250th against Spurs in all competitive matches.
|17.08.2015||Jurgen Klopp’s first game as Liverpool manager.|
Harry Kane’s 150th career appearance for
50th Premier League game
between Spurs and Liverpool.
Toby Alderweireld’s 100th career appearance
Tottenham's second goal was the 1,000th conceded by Liverpool in the Premier League.
The game was played in front of a Premier
League record crowd of 80,827
Harry Kane scores his 100th Premier League
goal in his 141st match.
Transfers from Liverpool to Tottenham
Transfers from Tottenham to Liverpool
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