||Young striker who played only
a few games at Spurs, moved on to Portsmouth before he walked away from
the game after a number of injuries.
||Starred in the FA Cup run of
1992 when Portsmouth reached the semi against Liverpool and Tottenham
bought the winger for £2 million that included Paul Walsh as part of
||Young winger who never really
made the grade at Tottenham, but made Fratton Park one stop on his way
to find first team football.
worked with Everton before moving to Liverpool and Bolton. In
March 1898, he took over at Spurs and eased the club through their
transition into a Limited Company. Brought a number of top players
to the club and played a major part at the club until he left in
February 1899. Moved onto Portsmouth, where he fulfilled a similar
role and stayed until March 1903, when he left for Plymouth Argyle.
|Alex "Sandy" Brown
||Cup Final scorer in 1901 for
Spurs, the legendary forward ...
||On loan at Fratton Park from
Manchester City, he later played for Spurs from 2004.
||Came into the Spurs team as a
central defender, but eventually got edged out and moved on to
Portsmouth to play in the same position there.
||Defender who played 315 games at Spurs
and then moved on to play at Portsmouth later on in his career.
||Young defender who played only
a few games at Spurs, moved on to Portsmouth among other sides.
||Player with Tottenham as a
centre half, Freddie scored 24 goals in 138 games for Sours and served
as manager at Portsmouth from August 1958 to February 1961.
||Never got a chance to feature
in the first team at Tottenham, but the lanky striker moved on and
passed through Portsmouth after featuring in big money moves.
||Big centre half who stayed at
Tottenham between and was hit by injury, ended his career at Portsmouth.
||Midfielder that Spurs signed
from Fulham in July 2004, but his injury-hit time at White Hart Lane saw
him play only 17 games before he moved to Fratton Park in January 2006.
||Spurs sold the striker to
Pompey in January 2008 for £9,000,000, but he wanted to re-join Spurs
and Harry Redknapp, so Defoe moved out of Fratton Park and back to White
Hart Lane in January 2009 for £15,000,000.
||Much derided left back moved
to Fratton Park when he was surplus to requirements at White Hart
Lane. Retired after suffering injury while at Portsmouth.
||Player with Tottenham as a
defender, a role he also filled with Pompey where he also returned as
||Had two spells at Tottenham
(1980-85 and 1993-95) and went to Portsmouth (8 games, 1 goal) as he
moved to them from Chelsea and left them to go to Swindon Town.
||Peripheral involvement at
Tottenham and was sent out to Portsmouth to gain some experience.
||Young Scot who played in the
Tottenham midfield and went to Portsmouth to play the same role,
returning later as Youth team manager some time later.
||Bought from Porto in July
2004, he was plagued by injury and bad luck at Tottenham, but the
Portugal international made 36 appearances before he was sold to
Portsmouth in January 2006.
||Spurs midfielder who played a
few matches, but found a lot of time out on loan with Portsmouth being
one of the clubs he visited.
||Skinny winger who was loaned
out by Spurs to get him toughened up. Pompey was one of the places
he was loaned out to.
||Signed by Tottenham from Nice,
this strongly built defender made 30 appearances between August 2004 and
his move to Portsmouth in January 2006.
||Left winger who played for
Portsmouth from 1933 until 1953 winning the 1939 FA Cup with the
club. Played once for Spurs, as a guest, in the wartime League
South Cup tie.
|Sir Alf Ramsey
||Started his career at
Portsmouth, before moving through another South Coast club to White Hart
Lane, where he was a major factor in the 1951 First Division title win.
||Manager who had two spells at
Fratton Park and took the club to a FA Cup win in 2008 left to take over
at Tottenham in October 2008.
||Winger, who played 13 league
games on loan from Spurs at Pompey between January and May 2006.
||A £10 signing from Millwall
Athletic in 1899, Rule scored twice on his debut and played seven
Southern league matches for Spurs. Signed for Portsmouth in 1902
and stayed until 1905.
||Another who had two spells at
THFC, the latter ending when Glenn Hoddle decided not to recall his
contract and the striker was free to negotiate his transfer to
||Released by Spurs after
falling out of favour and he was picked up by Portsmouth to help their
promotion push to the Premier League.
||After missing a lot of playing
time at Tottenham, the defender moved to Portsmouth, but was again hit
by injury and retired from the game.
||Young winger, who was unhappy
at not getting regular first team action, left to go to Portsmouth, but
despite his pace, he failed to establish a place there and soon moved
||Player and manager with
Tottenham as a defender - Manager and Chief Executive at Portsmouth
||Long haired striker had a
successful time at Spurs between 1988 and 1991 when he played 136 games
and scored 36 goals, before he went to Portsmouth as part of the transfer
that brought Darren Anderton to White Hart Lane. Played 77 games
netting 18 goals between 1992 and 1994, before leaving for Manchester
City, but returned to Fratton in 1995 to score a further five goals in
22 matches before retiring in 1996