the spurs almanac

march 30th

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

1895 City Ramblers H Friendly 2 - 0
1901 Queens Park Rangers H Southern League 4 - 1
1903 Queens Park Rangers H London League 3 - 0
1907 Brighton & Hove Albion H Southern League 3 - 0
1912 Newcastle United A First Division 0 - 2
1918 Queens Park Rangers H (at Homerton) London Combination 1 - 2
1923 Preston North End H First Division 1 - 1
1929 Nottingham Forest A Second Division 2 - 2
1934 Stoke City H First Division 0 - 0
1935 West Bromwich Albion H First Division 0 - 1
1940 Arsenal H Football League South Group C 1 - 1
1946 Plymouth Argyle A Football League South 1 - 0
1955 FC Servette (Switzerland) H Friendly 5 - 1
1956 Preston North End H First Division 0 - 4
1957 Sheffield Wednesday H First Division 1 - 1
1959 Aston Villa A First Division 1 - 1
1963 Burnley H First Division 1 - 1
1964 Liverpool A First Division 1 - 3
1968 Burnley H First Division 5 - 0
1970 Sheffield Wednesday A First Division 1 - 0
1974 Everton H First Division 0 - 2
1985 Aston Villa H First Division 0 - 2
1991 Coventry City H First Division 2 - 2
1996 Coventry City H Premier League 3 - 1
2002 Middlesbrough A Premier League 1 - 1
2008 Newcastle United H Premier League 1 - 4
2013 Swansea City A Premier League 2 - 1

 

            Notable Dates

1891 Ernest Bowering, half back 1911-1912, born.
1895 Charlie Wilson, centre forward 1918-1923, born.
1907 Bob Walker scores his first goal for the club.
1911 Les Miller, outside left 1936-1939, born.
1929 Smallest away crowd for a visit to Nottingham Forest = 8,504
1946 Albert Page makes his last appearance for Tottenham.
1956 Equal biggest margin of defeat in a home match against Preston North End.
1962 Gary Stevens, midfield/defender 1983-1990, born.
1964 Jimmy Robertson, outside right, makes his Spurs debut.

Alan Mullery scores for the first time in his Tottenham career.

2002

Alfie Stokes, forward 1952-1959, dies.

Information gathered from "Spurs - A Day-To-Day Life" by Graham Betts, "Spurs - A Complete Record" and
"The Spurs Alphabet" both by Bob Goodwin and Spurs Handbooks.

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