the spurs almanac

may 10th

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

1905 Vienna Athletic Club (Austria) A Friendly 4 - 1
1914 Furth FC (Germany) A Friendly 2 - 2
1919 Fulham H National War Fund 2 - 2
1925 Zurich Young Fellows (Switzerland) A Friendly 2 - 0
1941 Crystal Palace H Football League South 1 - 1
1947 Southampton A Second Division 0 - 1
1978 Syrian Police N (Damascus) Friendly 4 - 0
1982 West Ham United A First Division 2 - 2
1988 Euskadi (Spain) A (Bilbao) Friendly 0 - 4
1998 Southampton H Premier League 1 - 1
1999 Chelsea H Premier League 2 - 2
2007 Blackburn Rovers H Premier League 1 - 1
2011 Manchester City H Premier League 0 - 1

 

Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur's history

Played Home Away Neutral Won Drawn Lost For Against
13 6 6 1 3 7 3 21 18
Home  Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
6 0 5 1 7 8
Away  Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
6 2 2 2 10 10
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
1 1 0 0 4 0
                 
                 
Biggest win on this day

4-0  Syrian Police (Friendly) (Neutral - Damascus)  1978

Biggest defeat on this day

0-4  Euskadi (Spain) (Friendly) (Away - Bilbao)  1988

Biggest score-line on this day

4-1  Vienna Athletic Club (Austria)  (Friendly) (Away)  1905

Last win on this day

1978  4-0  Syrian Police (Friendly) (Neutral - Damascus)

Last draw on this day

2007  1-1  Blackburn Rovers  (Premier League) (Home)

Last defeat on this day

2011  0-1  Manchester City  (Premier League) (Home)

 

                Notable Dates

1927 Harry Robshaw, half back 1951-1953, born.
1947 Cyril Trainor makes his debut at half back.
1981 Bert Lyons, full back 1930-1932, dies.
1982 Goalkeeper Tony Parks makes his debut.
1988 Spurs were invited to play a Basque Select XI in an end of season friendly.
1998 Jurgen Klinsmann plays his last game for Tottenham, signing off with a goal.

Gary Mabbutt also made his last appearance as a second half substitute.

2007 This was the 1,000th match televised live on Sky TV.

Jermaine Jenas makes his 250th career appearance.

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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