spurs v qpr notes

15.02.1969 With Tottenham wearing a navy blue shirt for the first time, the referee was forced to change his black kit for a red shirt and the linesmen green shirts.  At the time, this was a rare and surprising occurence.
   
   

 

they are linked with both

Bradley Allen Former QPR striker who became an Academy coach at Spurs.
Clive Allen QPR striker, who left Rangers to join Crystal Palace and then Arsenal for a few days before returning to Selhurst Park.  Later rejoined QPR and then Spurs took him to White Hart Lane where he had great success as a lone striker in a system David Pleat set up to provide him with chances.  Later went on to play for Chelsea, Millwall, Bordeaux, West Ham United, Manchester City and Carlisle United.  Going into coaching, Clive returned to the Lane as Reserve and First Team coach and was caretaker for one match between the reigns of Martin Jol and Juande Ramos.
Joe Allen - .
Les Allen Spurs forward in the Double season, Les Allen joined from Chelsea and played for ten years before leaving to join QPR, where he played and then took over managerial duties.  .
Arthur Archer -.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto -. 
Ossie Ardiles -
Alan Brazil -
Tommy Cable -.
Tom Carroll -
Steven Caulker -.
Radek Cerny -.
Peter Crouch Never got a chance to feature in the first team at Tottenham, but the lanky striker moved on and passed through QPR as one of his many clubs.
Chris Day .
Frank Drabble -.
Mark Falco -.
Terry Fenwick Player with QPR as a defender, playing against Spurs in the 1982 FA Cup Final and scoring in the first match, before he moved to Tottenham .
Les Ferdinand -.
Gerry Francis -.
Harry Gilberg -. 
Andy Gray -.
Chris Herron -.
Percy Humphreys -
Jermain Jenas -
Stephen Kelly -
David Kerslake -.
Joe Knowles -.
Niko Kranjcar -.
Danny Maddix -.
Dean Marney -.
Bert Middlemiss -.
Roger Morgan -.
Tony Parks -.
Dean Parrett -.
Charlie Rance -.
Harry Redknapp Tottenham Manager from October 2008, he left three years later to take over at QPR and take them back to the Premier League in his first season, before having to leave to have a knee operation with the team struggling in the following campaign.
Rohan Ricketts Loan spell with Rangers.
Wayne Routledge Winger, who was sold to QPR by Aston Villa, who he had joined from Spurs after his injury hit time at White Hart Lane failed to pay off.
Neil Ruddock -
Sandro Brazilian midfielder linked up again with Harry Redknapp after Mauricio Pochettino was willing to let him go in 2014.  A cult hero at the Lane, Sandro joined in 2010 for 8.4 million and he was sold for 10 million to Rangers.
Frank Saul -.
Andy Sinton -
Steve Slade -.
Adel Taarabt A frustrating talent, Harry Redknapp moved him on from Tottenham and then found him in the squad when he took over at Loftus Road.  Accused him of being over-weight and was not a great fan of the Moroccan's ability.
Erik Thorstvedt -
Andros Townsend -.
Terry Venables Player and manager with Tottenham as a midfielder, when he left Spurs he joined up with former team-mate Les Allen at Loftus Road, later returning to manage the side under the chairmanship of Jim Gregory.
Kyle Walker Loaned from Spurs to QPR to add experience to his game.
Paul Walsh 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.  In 1991, he played two games for QPR while on loan from Spurs.
Alf Whyman -
Clive Wilson -
Horace Woodward -
Luke Young -
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debuts against qpr

Tom Morris 09.09.1899
A K Leigh 15.04.1901
Bob Houston 06.09.1902
John Jones 06.09.1902
Alfie Warner 06.09.1902
Fred Mearns 05.10.1903
Percy Mapley 15.02.1904
Arthur Turner 15.02.1904
William McCurdy 19.09.1904
Andrew Swan 05.11.1904
Jabez Darnell 11.09.1905
Fred Milnes 29.01.1906
Arthur Dixon 02.09.1907
Willie McNair 02.09.1907
Jimmy Pass 02.09.1907
Max Seeburg 14.09.1907
Ted Bassett 09.10.1915
SA Clayton 28.10.1916
Simon Beaton 02.02.1917
J Barnard 13.10.1917
F. W. Tomkins 08.12.1917
Bee (trialist) 25.12.1918
Bowlier 25.12.1918
W. McIver 25.12.1918
Bee (trialist) 25.12.1918
A. Cain 15.02.1919
C. Williams 12.04.1919
S. J. McCarthy 25.12.1920
H. Woodward (guest) 27.09.1941
A. W. T. Noble (guest) 27.09.1941
Joliffe (guest) 03.01.1942
R. J. Browne (guest) 05.09.1942
W. Hares (guest) 05.09.1942
R. Staley (guest) 05.09.1942
W. Moseley (guest) 04.09.1943
F. O'Donnell (guest) 04.09.1943
J. Moodie (guest) 03.02.1945
G. E. Duke (guest) 24.02.1945
R. K. Cook (guest) 26.11.1949
Roger Morgan 15.02.1969

 

last game for spurs - played against qpr

Tom Pangborne 20.10.1900
Herbert Chapman 27.04.1907
A K Leigh 15.04.1901
Patrick Gilhooley 07.03.1904
Albert Evans 29.10.1928
Charlie Rundle 12.03.1949
Vinny Samways 07.05.1994
Steve Sedgley 07.05.1994
Danny Thomas 07.03.1987
Chris Waddle 13.05.1989
Terry Fenwick 03.10.1992
Stephen Robinson 27.11.1993

 

first goal for the club - scored against qpr

Vivian Woodward 15.04.1901
Ollie Burton 05.10.1903
Charles Brown 07.03.1904
Alex Glen 19.09.1904
Willie McNair 02.09.1907
Jimmy Pass 02.09.1907
Jabez Darnell 14.09.1907
J Barnard 13.10.1917
Andy Gray 11.04.1992
Phil Beal 28.01.1969

 

last goal for the club - scored against qpr

Ollie Burton 05.10.1903
John L Jones 05.10.1903
Charles Brown 07.03.1904
Charlie O'Hagan 29.01.1906
Charlie Rance 25.12.1918
Fred Sargent 05.09.1942
Harry Gilberg 25.12.1944
Phil Beal 29.01.1969
David Jenkins 29.01.1969

milestones

21.04.2012 Brad Friedel plays his 300th consecutive game in the Premier League.

William Gallas plays his 50th Spurs match.

24.08.2014 Leroy Fer and Mauricio Isla make their QPR debuts.
   
   
   
   

 

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