the spurs almanac

october 25th

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

1884 Grange Park H Friendly 4 - 0
1890 Northumberland Fusiliers H Friendly 1 - 0
1902 Millwall Athletic A Southern League 0 - 2
1913 Blackburn Rovers H First Division 3 - 3
1923 Norwich City A Friendly 3 - 2
1924 Arsenal A First Division 0 - 1
1930 Everton A Second Division 2 - 4
1941 Crystal Palace H London War League 1 - 1
1947 Luton Town A Second Division 0 - 0
1952 Chelsea A First Division 1 - 2
1958 Leeds United H First Division 2 - 3
1967 Nottingham Forest H First Division 1 - 1
1969 Stoke City A First Division 1 - 1
1972 Olympiakos Pireaus (Greece) H UEFA Cup R2 1L 4 - 0
1975 Leicester City A First Division 3 - 2
1980 Coventry City H First Division 4 - 1
1986 Queens Park Rangers A First Division 0 - 2
1988 Southampton H First Division 1 - 2
1989 Manchester United A League Cup R3 3 - 0
1992 Wimbledon A Premier League 1 - 1
1995 Coventry City A League Cup R3 2 - 3
1997 Southampton A Premier League 2 - 3
2006 MK Dons A League Cup R3 5 - 0
2007 Getafe (Spain) H UEFA Cup Group H 1 - 2
2012 Maribor (Slovenia) A Europa League Group J 1 - 1
2016 Liverpool A League Cup R4 1 - 2

 

          Notable Dates

1884 John McConnachie, winger 1903-1904, born.
1913 Highest scoring draw in games with Blackburn Rovers.
1935 Micky Dulin, winger 1954-1958, born.
1958 Jim Iley scores his only goal for Spurs.
1962 Steve Hodge, midfield 1986-1988, born.
1989 Guy Butters wears the white shirt of Spurs for the last time.
1997 Neale Fenn makes his last Spurs appearance.
2006 Tottenham's first game against MK Dons.

Jermain Defoe scores his 100th career goal.

2007 Tottenham lose for only the second time at home in European football on a night when Martin Jol and Chris Hughton had been asked to stand down from their positions before the match.
2016 Shayon Harrison makes his Spurs debut.

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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