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29.04.1965 Jimmy Greaves, Alan Gilzean and Cliff Jones play for the Stanley Matthews XI in the famous winger's farewell game at the Victoria Ground against a star-studded World XI.  For taking part they were given the shirt which was adorned with Matthews' embroidered autograph and a Royal Stafford tea service of six cups, saucers and plates, a milk jug, sugar bowl and sandwich plate.
24.10.1970 Willie Stevenson, a substitute for Stoke City, breaks his leg in the 57th minute of the game at White Hart Lane.
   
   

 

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Frank Bentley .
Garry Brooke Went to Stoke on a loan spell.
Joe Brough .
George Clawley -.
Garth Crooks Lightning quick forward in his day, he had scored regularly for Stoke City before coming to Spurs in 1980 for 650,000 to form a formidable partnership with Steve Archibald in a successful period for Tottenham.
Peter Crouch Tall striker, who did well for Spurs as a first team player when signed in 2009, but fell out of favour and was sold on to the Potters in the summer of 2012.  Was also with Spurs as a junior, before being allowed to join QPR.
Matthew Etherington Flighty winger, who joined Spurs from Peterborough United, but never fulfilled his promise and left to join a bigger club in West Ham United, before ending up at the Britannia Stadium.
Ray Evans A product of the Spurs youth system, Edmonton born Ray was a solid full back, who was part of the Tottenham team in the early 1970s before he fell out of favour and was sold to the Potters in 1975, where he was a regular in the team.
Ken Hancock Started his goalkeeping career at Stoke City as an amateur.
Billy Leech -.
Ian Moores Tall striker who was not the most elegant, but scored his fair share of goals for Stoke and impressed enough for Tottenham to sign him up in 1976.
Gerard McMahon Young winger, who was highly regarded, but didn't get much of a chance at Spurs, so moved to Stoke City in the early 1990s.
James Morton -.
Wilson Palacios Honduran international midfielder who Spurs signed from Wigan Athletic in 2009 and stayed for a couple of seasons, making his physical presence felt in midfield before he moved on to Stoke in 2011, following Tottenham's signing of Scott Parker.
Tony Parks Played 49 matches for Tottenham including the 1984 UEFA Cup final, which was his career highlight - saving penalties in the shoot out after the game ended all square.  Moved around after that and spent a spell at Stoke City.
Jimmy Robertson Flighty winger, who joined Spurs from Arsenal and left for Ipswich Town, later played for Stoke City in the early 1970s.
Paul Stewart Striker turned midfielder, who Spurs signed from Manchester City found his way to Stoke City on loan after Spurs sold him to Liverpool.
Charlie Wilson .
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debuts against stoke city

John Montgomery 01.02.1896
Charlie Lanham 01.02.1896
William Hay 01.02.1896
Charlie Walters 10.04.1920
Sid Castle 10.04.1920
Doug Hunt 20.09.1930
Harry Marshall 25.03.1932
Johnny Brooks 06.04.1953
Jimmy Neighbour 24.10.1970
Micky Stead 21.02.1976
Terry Gibson 29.12.1979
Graham Roberts 04.10.1980
Carlo Cudicini 27.01.2009
Massimo Luongo 20.09.2011
Moussa Sissoko 10.09.2016
   

 

last game for the club - played against stoke city

Harry Pryor 01.02.1896
Fred Barnett 09.03.1929
Harry Marshall 25.03.1932
Archie Burgon 24.04.1935
John Illingworth 24.04.1935
Alex Wright 10.03.1951
Eddie Clayton 28.10.1967
Pat Corbett 11.12.1982
Vlad Chiriches 09.05.2015
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first goal scored for the club - scored against stoke city

Jimmy Seed 10.04.1920
David Jenkins 11.01.1969
Ray Evans 08.12.1973
John Duncan 02.11.1974
Glenn Hoddle 21.02.1976
Eidur Gudjohnsen 20.03.2010
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last goal scored for the club - scored against stoke city

Alf Messer 26.01.1931
Willie Davies 07.01.1933
Walter Bellamy 08.12.1934
George Ludford 11.01.1947
Jimmy Pearce 14.03.1973
Peter Taylor 04.10.1980
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milestones

19.10.2008 Stoke City's 2,000th league match in the top division.

Stoke City's first win over Tottenham in the Premier League.

Tony Pulis took charge of a team for the 600th league match in his managerial career.  It was also his 100th league game in charge of Stoke.

Danny Higginbotham played his 50th league game for the Potters.

27.10.2008 Tottenham's 150th home win in the Premier League.

Tottenham's first win over Stoke City in the Premier League.

James Beattie scores his first goal for the Potters.

20.09.2011 Tottenham's first meeting with the Potters in the League Cup.
22.12.2012 Kenwyne Jones plays his 250th league career match.
12.05.2013 Steven Nzonzi scores his first goal for Stoke City.

Stoke's goal was the 1,000th in the Premier League this season.

Tottenham's goal meant they have scored against every Premier League team this season.

Gylfi Sigurdsson makes his 50th career Premier League appearance.

 

09.05.2015 Steven Nzonzi scored the second goal of the match for Stoke City, this being their 100th competitive goal against Spurs in all competitions.
15.08.2015 Hugo Lloris plays his 100th Premier League match for Tottenham.
18.04.2016 Harry Kane's second goal of the game was Tottenham's 50th away goal against Stoke City.
10.09.2016 Harry Kane goal was his 50th in the Premier League for Tottenham becoming the quickest to reach that target.

Dele Alli made his 50th Spurs appearance.

Shay Given makes his 450th Premier League appearance.

Erik Pieters makes his 250th career league appearance.

Ryan Shawcross makes his 300th career league appearance.

26.02.2017 Harry Kane's first goal of his hat-trick was his 100th career goal.
   

 

Alternative History

Full results history of Spurs v Stoke City

Spurs v Stoke City First Team Match Reports

Spurs v Stoke City Reserve Team Match Reports

Spurs v Stoke City Facts

Transfers from Stoke City to Tottenham

Transfers from Tottenham to Stoke City

 

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