the spurs almanac

march 11th

             Results
           (match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)

1893 Queens Park Rangers H Friendly 1 - 0
1899 Woolwich Arsenal A United League 1 - 2
1901 Southampton A Western League 1 - 1
1905 Millwall A Southern League 2 - 0
1911 Bury A First Division 1 - 2
1916 Queens Park Rangers H London Combination Second Competition 0 - 0
1922 Sunderland H First Division 1 - 0
1933 Millwall H Second Division 2 - 1
1939 Manchester City H Second Division 2 - 3
1944 Millwall H League Cup South Section 2 1 - 0
1950 Luton Town H Second Division 0 - 0
1961 Cardiff City A First Division 2 - 3
1967 Bristol City H FA Cup R5 2 - 0
1970 Everton H First Division 0 - 1
1972 Derby County H First Division 0 - 1
1978 Charlton Athletic H Second Division 2 - 1
1980 Nottingham Forest A First Division 0 - 4
1981 Stoke City H First Division 2 - 2
1989 Derby County A First Division 1 - 1
1992 Luton Town A First Division 0 - 0
1995 Liverpool A FA Cup R6 2 - 1
2000 Southampton H Premier League 7 - 2
2001 West Ham United A FA Cup R6 3 - 2
2006 Chelsea A Premier League 1 - 2
2007 Chelsea A FA Cup R6 3 - 3

 

            Notable Dates

1883

Allan Leach-Lewis, centre half 1903-1905, born.

1899

Art Rule makes his debut at centre forward.

Tom Meade scores his last Spurs goal.

1905

George Goldsmith, full back 1934-1935, born.

1937

Fred Sharpe, half back 1958-1959, born.

1939

Arthur Hitchens scores the only goal of his Spurs career.

1941 Wally Eames, centre forward1906-1907, dies.
1961

Equal biggest losing margin in an away match against Cardiff City.

1962

Joe Scott, outside left 1928-1931, dies.

1967

Spurs biggest home crowd for a game against Bristol City = 54,610

1978 Spurs 500th home point in the Second Division.
1980

Spurs biggest away defeat at Nottingham Forest.

1981

Paul Miller makes his 50th League appearance for Spurs.

1992

Archie Hughes, goalkeeper 1944-1948, dies.

1995 Spurs won a famous victory in the FA Cup at Anfield after coming from behind to win this quarter final.  Goals from Sheringham and Klinsmann, in the last minute, took Spurs through to the semi-final.
2000 The highest number of goals scored in a match between Tottenham and Southampton.

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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