the spurs almanac

november 5th

          Results (with Tottenham's score shown first)
         (match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)

1892 Windsor & Eton A Southern Alliance 2 - 1
1898 Reading H Southern League 3 - 0
1900 Cambridge University H Friendly 3 - 1
1904 Queens Park Rangers A Southern League 2 - 1
1910 Bury H First Division 5 - 0
1921 Newcastle United H First Division 4 - 0
1923 Clapton Orient A London FA Charity Cup R2 0 - 2
1927 West Ham United H First Division 5 - 3
1928 Queens Park Rangers H London FA Charity Cup R2r 3 - 1
1932 Port Vale H Second Division 4 - 0
1938 Manchester City A Second Division 0 - 2
1949 West Ham United A Second Division 1 - 0
1955 Cardiff City H First Division 1 - 1
1960 Fulham H First Division 5 - 1
1966 Blackpool A First Division 2 - 2
1977 Burnley H Second Division 3 - 0
1983 Stoke City A First Division 1 - 1
1988 Derby County H First Division 1 - 3
1994 Blackburn Rovers A Premier League 0 - 2
2006 Chelsea H Premier League 2 - 1
2015 Anderlecht (Belgium) H Europa League Group J 2 - 1

         

           Notable Dates

1904 Andrew Swan, inside forward, makes his first Spurs appearance.
1910 John Curtis scores his last goal for Spurs.
1928 Alan Grubb, outside right 1952-1953, born.
1932 Vic Groves, forward 1952-1954, born.
1955 Maurice Norman, centre-half, makes his debut.
1966 Nayim, midfielder 1988-1992, born.
1977 Neil McNab scores his first Tottenham goal.
1988 Paul Stewart gets the first goal of his Spurs career.
1993 Arthur Rowe, the Spurs manager who first brought the First Division Championship to White Hart Lane and developed the Push and Run style of play and centre half 1930-1938, dies.
2004 Jacques Santini, Head Coach, resigns for personal reasons after just 13 games in charge of the team.
2006 Tottenham's first Premier League win over Chelsea.

Robbie Keane plays the 300th League game of his career.

Martin Jol's 75th game in charge of Tottenham.

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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