spurs v oldham athletic match reports

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22.09.2004 League Cup Second Round.  For a match report, click here.
05.05.1994

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Attendance : -   14,283

18.09.1993 Spurs romped home in this Premier League match with a first half goal blast that left Oldham reeling.  

Tottenham then ran in three goals in two minutes and thirty-four seconds.
Goals from Gordon Durie, Teddy Sheringham, Jason Dozzell and two from Steve Sedgley gave Spurs a handsome victory

Teams : 
Spurs -  Sedgley, Dozzell, Durie, Sheringham,
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Ref :  -  Alan Gunn (Sussex)
Attendance : -  24,614

17.04.1993 Spurs had to come from a goal behind to win 4-1 against Oldham Athletic at White Hart Lane in the Premier League.

Darren Beckford gave Oldham a good start with a headed goal that the away side preserved until half-time.  A left wing corner was headed back into the goalmouth for Beckford to bundle the ball in at the far post with 25 minutes on the clock, but Spurs were level in the 58th minute with Teddy Sheringham sending Paul Gerrard the wrong way in converting a penalty awarded when Neil Pointon handled a right wing corner.  Sheringham then created the next Tottenham goal with a right wing cross for Darren Anderton to head into the net with 70 minutes gone.

In the 82nd minute, Teddy Sheringham - on his 300th league appearance - scored a second penalty, this time putting it into the other corner of the net, given when Nick Barmby was brought down by Mike Milligan as he raced into the box.  A fine second half performance by Spurs was rounded off with Andy Turner's side-foot finish in the 84th minute, set up by Sheringham, who had got away on the left and rolled the ball across for the youngster to score.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Walker, Austin, Edinburgh, Samways (Turner 73), Mabbutt, Ruddock, Sedgley, Barmby, Anderton, Sheringham, P. Allen
Subs not used :  Dearden, Nethercott
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Oldham -  Paul Gerrard, Gunnar Halle, Neil Pointon (Roger Palmer 73), Nick Henry, Richard Jobson, Craig Fleming, Neil Adams, Andy Ritchie, Darren Beckford, Mike Milligan, Paul Bernard.
Subs not used :  John Keeley, Steve Redmond
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Cards : -  Halle (yellow) 17, Milligan (yellow) 82
Attendance : -  26,663
Ref. : - Keith Hackett (Sheffield)

19.12.1992

A last minute Ian Olney goal gave Oldham three vital points in this Premier League encounter.

The home side went into the lead through Graeme Sharp's goal in the first half, which came as a result of Richard Jobson's header from a free-kick providing the striker the opportunity to head in a 29th minute opener.

After the turnaround, Spurs got back on level terms when Paul Allen ran away down the right and crossed for Gary Mabbutt to head back into the goalmouth.  Nick Barmby headed the ball down to where Teddy Sheringham stood unmarked and from six yards out, the forward equalised in the 61st minute.  Olney's late winner was a blow for Spurs, who hoped to bring something home from Boundary Park, but the lanky striker's header from a last minute free-kick left Spurs disappointed.

Teams : 
Oldham -  Paul Gerrard, Richard Jobson, Andy Barlow, Gunnar Halle, Craig Fleming, Neil Adams, Mark Brennan, Mike Milligan, Paul Bernard, Graeme Sharp, Ian Olney.
Subs not used :  John Keeley, Steve Redmond, Andy Ritchie
Spurs -  Thorstvedt, Austin, Mabbutt, Ruddock, Edinburgh, Nayim (Barmby 37), Howells, Paul Allen, Samways, Sheringham, Durie
Subs not used :  Walker, Bergsson
Card : - Edinburgh (yellow 19)
Ref. : - Roger Milford (-)
Attendance : -  11,735

20.04.1992 Division One

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Attendance : -  15,443

25.01.1992 Division One.

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Attendance : -   20,843

09.01.1988 FA Cup Third Round

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Attendance : -  17,432

28.02.1979 FA Cup Fifth Round

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Attendance : -   16,097

04.03.1978 Division Two.

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Attendance : -   14,118

08.10.1977 Tottenham ran out 5-1 winners in this Second Division meeting, with John Duncan opening the scoring when he slid in to score and the goal was added to by a Martin Robinson header.  Duncan made it three just before the half-time break, then Peter Taylor netted a brace in the second half - rounding the keeper and then shooting past him for his second, although the shine was taken off the win with Keith Osgood's ligament injury that ended his run of 102 consecutive appearances.  The single strike for Oldham came from striker Alan Young.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Daines, Naylor, Holmes, Hoddle, Osgood (Coates), Perryman, Pratt, McNab, Duncan, Robinson, Taylor
Oldham -   Ogden, Hollickin, Holt, Bell, Edwards, Hurst, Valentine, Wood, Young, Chapman, Groves.
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Ref : P. Reeves (Leicester)
Attendance : -  24,636

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11.02.1933 Division Two

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Attendance : -  5,000

14.01.1933 FA Cup Third Round.

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Attendance : -   16,662

01.10.1932 Oldham earned their first point at White Hart Lane with a 1-1 draw in this Second Division match.

Scottish outside left Bill Hasson gave the visitors the lead and with Spurs having lost their two previous outings, they were keen to get something out of this game.  Striker George Hunt equalised to get a point for Tottenham later in the game.

Teams : 
Spurs - Nicholls, Felton (c), Whatley, Colquhoun, Rowe, Levene, Davies, Brain, G. Hunt, O'Callaghan, W. Evans
Oldham -  Pearson, Ivill, Porter, Brown, Gray, Pickersgill, Smalley, Johnston, Johnstone, Hargreaves, Hasson
Attendance : -  20,435

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07.02.1931 Second place Spurs eased to a comfortable victory over the Latics at the Lane.  A hat trick from Ted Harper and a single goal from Cook found their way past Oldham's England keeper Frank Moss to secure a victory in which Wally Alsford played his first home game for Spurs, replacing the injured Harry Skitt.  Alsford put on a good display for a young player and established himself in the Tottenham side. 

Teams : 
Spurs -   Alsford, Harper, Cook.
Oldham -  Moss.
Attendance : -  27,708

25.08.1928 A return to the Lane for the first home game of the season after relegation saw Tottenham win with new forward signing Tom Roberts from Preston North End score twice.  These were the only goals he scored for Tottenham, as injury hit his career.

Elkes and Osborne completed the scoring.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Elkes, Osborne, T. Roberts
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Attendance : -  33,173

17.01.1914 Harry Sparrow had only joined the day before, but settled into the Spurs side straight away with two goals on his debut.  Having signed from Leicester with Tommy Clay, Sparrow hit a brace and Lightfoot added another to secure a 3-1 First Division win at the Lane.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Lightfoot, Sparrow
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Attendance : -   25,000

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07.02.1931

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Attendance : -  27,708

27.03.1911 With a 2-0 win at White Hart Lane, Spurs reversed the away result of earlier in the season.  Goals from Billy Minter and Bobby Steel paved the way for this First Division victory.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Minter, R. Steel, 
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Attendance : -   16,000

24.09.1910 Oldham won this meeting in Division One with goals from Tom Broad and Alf Toward making it a 2-0 victory for the Lactics at Boundary Park.

Teams : 
Oldham -  Broad, Toward
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Attendance : -  14,000

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26.12.1908 Oldham Athletic came to White Hart Lane for the first Football League game on Boxing Day and Spurs ran out 3-0 Christmas winners.

Spurs had lost the match at Boundary Park 0-1 and come down on the rain with the Oldham team, but the journey suited Tottenham better with them ending the match 3-0 victors.

Billy Minter, Vivian Woodward and Bert Middlemiss were on the mark to give Spurs the two points.

Teams : 
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Attendance : -  40,000

 

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