spurs v west ham united


23.09.2017 When Serge Aurier was sent off at the Olympic Stadium, it was Tottenham's first sending off in 84 league matches.
05.05.2017 West Ham United's first meeting with Spurs at the Olympic Stadium.
19.11.2016 Tottenham's last ever meeting with West Ham United at White Hart Lane.
02.03.2016 West Ham United's last ever meeting with Spurs at the Boleyn Ground.
18.12.2013 Tottenham's first ever home defeat by West Ham United in a League Cup tie and the Irons' first goal scored at White Hart Lane in a League Cup tie.
07.05.2006 Spurs' preparation for the game was wrecked by food poisoning the night before the game, leading to them asking for a postponement of the match to the Premier League which was denied.
29.10.1994 Ossie Ardiles' last match as manager of Tottenham.
17.10.1970 A crowd of 43,332 for the away  League match is a record crowd for West Ham United.
24.11.1975 A floodlight failure held up this League Cup tie for 25 minutes.
14.09.1966 Tottenham's first ever League Cup tie.
02.08.1934 Spurs met Charlton Athletic on the tennis courts in the Professional Football Club's Lawn Tennis Championships winning 5-0 with a team of Allan Taylor, Walter Bellamy, Willie Hall and Jimmy McCormick.  Spurs then beat West Ham 3-2, but lost out in the final to Chelsea 2-3.


they are linked to both

Clive Allen Legendary goal-scorer who played at West Ham at the tail-end of his career (1992-94), Clive scored heavily when at White Hart Lane between 1984 and 1988, returning as a coach in 2004 with the development squad, making it to first team coach for a number of years before he was sacked as part of the Harry Redknapp backroom staff in 2011.
Paul Allen Came through the Chadwell Heath youth system at West Ham, making the first team and becoming the youngest FA Cup finalist at the time in 1980.  Joined Spurs to play a major part in the team's success in winning the 1991 FA Cup.  A hard working midfielder, who made the midfield tick.
Charlie Ambler -
Len Bolan -
John Burton -
Chris Carrick -
Michael Carrick Stylish midfielder from the North-East, who was with West Ham as a junior until he made the first team.  Moved on to Spurs and became a top player before he was whisked off to Manchester United.
Norman Corbett An Iron as a player in the 40s/50s, he was a scout for Tottenham after he finished in the game.
Calum Davenport Young centre-half signed by Spurs from Coventry City, but he never developed into a first team player, going out on loan to a few clubs before signing for West Ham and having his career ended in a bizarre knife fight with his sister's boyfriend.
Terry Dixon Young Irishman from North London, who Spurs picked up and he looked likely to have a good career being tagged as "the new Wayne Rooney" because of his build and his knack of scoring explosive goals.  However, two dislocated knee injuries halted his career and he was released by Tottenham in 2008.  Following rehabilitation training, he was taken on by West Ham, signing a three year contract, but after playing eight reserve games, his contract was mutually terminated in the spring of 2010. Dixon dropped down the leagues and settled with Dover Athletic playing non-league football.
Jermain Defoe Made his professional debut for West Ham, after signing from Charlton as a youngster, and went on to make 105 appearances (93 in the League) and scored 41 goals (29 League) for the Hammers between July 1999 and February 2004, when he was signed by Tottenham for 7 million.
John Dowers Played once as a 16 year old in a war-time match for Tottenham before going on to Luton.  Left in 1943 to join West Ham and made some reserve appearances before emigrating to America.
Ilie Dumitrescu -
Dave Dunmore -
John Eggett -
Matthew Etherington Was on Tottenham's books from January 2000 until his move to West Ham in August 2003 for 1m, making 51 appearances (45 in the Premiership) and scoring two goals (one Premiership).
Les Ferdinand -
George Foreman -
Jimmy Greaves -
Fred Griffiths -
Almer Hall -
Chris Hughton -
Johnny Jordan -
Bill Kaine -
Fredi Kanoute -
Percy Mapley Played 14 Southern League games for West Ham in season 1903-04 before joining Spurs in February 1904 to make five more appearances in the same league.  Made one more start in a friendly the next season before sustaining a foot injury and was released in May 1905.  He sadly died at the young age of 26 in 1907.
Fred Massey -
Fred Milnes -
John Moncur -
Jimmy Neighbour -
Reece Oxford Released as a 13 year old at Spurs, the defender went to West Ham United and made his way through to the first team.
Scott Parker Although he started his career with Charlton Athletic, he went on to play for Chelsea, Newcastle United and West Ham before singing for Spurs and becoming an influential figure in the Tottenham midfield.  Spent two seasons at the Lane before moving on to Fulham.
Tony Parks Spent time at the club after leaving Spurs, where he played 49 games, including the UEFA Cup Final of 1984, where he featured prominently in the penalty shot out at White Hart Lane.
Martin Peters -
Ernie Phypers An amateur with Villa from September 1932 until May 1933, when he was offered a contract with Tottenham, signing professional in June 1934.  Ernie played 28 first team league games and three in the FA Cup up to March 1937 when he joined Doncaster Rovers.  Phypers also guested for Clapton Orient, Southend United and West Ham United during the war.
Sergei Rebrov -
Harry Redknapp Former West Ham winger of the 1960s and 70s, Redknapp went on to manage the club before falling out with the chairman.  Spurs hired him in 2008 and he took Spurs to a League Cup final and into the Champions League for the first time, but he was keen on the England manager's job in 2012, when Spurs has stood by him during a court case over un-paid tax.  This led to his sacking in the June of that year.
Jimmy Reid -
Mark Robson -
Neil Ruddock -
Teddy Sheringham Striker who made 277 appearances (236 in the Premiership) and scored 125 goals (98 in the Premiership) in two spells with Tottenham between August 1992 and July 1997, and from May 2001 to July 2004.
John Smith -
Mitchell Thomas -
Jack Tresadern Played for West Ham (including the 1923 FA Cup Final) and managed Spurs from 1935 to 1938.
Steve Walford -
Dick Walker Centre half during the late Forties and early Fifties with West Ham, he became a Spurs scout when he retired.
Simon Webster Young centre half, who came through Tottenham's youth system and looked a real prospect, but left to join Huddersfield Town, Sheffield United and Charlton Athletic before playing for West Ham United.  Had only been with the Irons for a couple of weeks before a tackle in training by Julian Dicks broke his leg and he never played for the club again.  Went out on loan to a couple of clubs and then dropped into non-league football before he retired in November 1995 and trained as a physiotherapist, working at Gillingham and West Ham.
Bill Whatley -
Charlie Whitchurch -
Bobby Zamora -


debuts against west ham united

Tom Soulsby 16.01.1901
Alex Haig-Brown 15.02.1902
H A Rainbird 15.12.1902
George Fredericks 14.02.1903
Walter Bugg 16.02.1903
David Quinn 16.02.1903
C G Gaudson 06.11.1905
William Hickling 26.03.1906
William Dow 01.09.1906
Wally Eames 01.09.1906
Charlie Hewitt 01.09.1906
Frank McDiarmid 01.09.1906
Bob Walker 01.09.1906
Danny Steel 08.10.1906
Claude Watson 08.10.1906
John Hall 26.10.1912
Harry Hargreaves 09.02.1924
Jock Britton 20.03.1926
Ralph Ward 14.03.1936
George Ludford 29.08.1936
Stan Alexander 29.08.1936
Jimmy Collins 23.08.1961
Joe Kinnear 08.04.1966
Tony Parks 10.05.1982
Steve Hodge 26.12.1986
Mark Robson 17.12.1988
Luke Young 28.11.1998
Chris Perry 07.08.1999
Oyvind Leonhardsen 07.08.1999
Robbie Keane 15.09.2002
Adel Taarabt 04.03.2007
Kyle Naughton 23.08.2009
Eric Dier 16.08.2014


last game for the club - played against west ham united

Tom Soulsby 16.01.1901
Walter Bugg 16.02.1903
Walter Moles 16.02.1903
Percy Mapley 18.04.1904
Joe Blake 06.11.1905
C G Gaudson 06.11.1905
William Hickling 26.03.1906
George Badenoch 08.10.1906
Claude Watson 08.10.1906
Frank McDiarmid 08.04.1907
Bobby Steel 29.04.1916
Bob Brown 22.04.1924
Sid White 20.03.1926
Jimmy Smith 08.01.1927
Jimmy Seed 18.04.1927
Fred Channell 14.03.1936
Allan Taylor 14.03.1936
Wally Alsford 26.12.1936
Bert Sproston 29.10.1938
Eugene "Taffy" O'Callaghan 01.01.1944
George Foreman 17.05.1947
Alfie Conn 01.01.1977
Simon Webster 31.12.1983
Shaun Close 28.12.1987
Erik Thorsvedt 29.10.1994
Espen Baardsen 28.11.1998
Dave McEwen 31.01.2001
Ian Walker 31.01.2001
Michael Carrick 07.05.2006
Stephen Kelly 07.05.2006


first goal for the club - scored against west ham united

Bob Houston 8.09.1902
H A Rainbird 16.02.1903
Alf Whyman 26.03.1906
William Dow 01.09.1906
Danny Steel 04.12.1907
John Smith 22.12.1962
Steve Hodge 26.12.1986
Les Ferdinand 13.08.1997
Anthony Gardner 15.09.2002
Bobby Zamora 29.10.2003
Da Silva Gilberto 09.03.2008
Eric Dier 16.08.2014
Harry Winks 19.11.2016


last goal for the club - scored against west ham united

John Barlow 15.12.1902
H A Rainbird 16.02.1903
Herbert Chapman 08.04.1907
Joe Walton 30.11.1908
Charlie Wilson 02.10.1922
Alfie Stokes 26.12.1958
John Smith 22.12.1962
Terry Dyson 16.01.1965
Martin Peters 26.12.1974
Steve Perryman 26.12.1985
David Howells 24.02.1998
Bobby Zamora 29.10.2003
Teemu Tainio 04.03.2007



08.04.1966 Harry Redknapp scores his first goal for West Ham.
14.01.1995 Jurgen Klinsmann makes the 400th league appearance of his career.
13.04.2002 Ian Pearce scores to earn West Ham a draw in his 100th appearance for the club.
15.09.2002 Trevor Sinclair plays his 500th club match in his career.

West Ham United play their 400th Premier League match and their 200th away from home in the Premiership.

Anton Ferdinand scores his first Premier League goal for West Ham United.


Martin Jol picked his 75th Tottenham side during his time in charge of the team.


Rob Green makes his debut in goal for West Ham United.


Lee Bowyer makes his 450th club career appearance (Charlton, Leeds, West Ham and Newcastle).

Young-Pyo Lee makes his 50th Premiership appearance in a Tottenham shirt.

09.03.2007 Alan Curbishley's 50th game in charge of West Ham.

Tottenham's third goal scored in this match was their 500th home goal in the Premier League.

Dean Ashton makes his 50th career Premier League appearance (Norwich and West Ham).

Darren Bent scores the 100th goal of his career.

08.12.2008 Diego Tristan makes his West Ham United debut.

Jermaine Jenas makes his 250th career league appearance (Nottingham Forest, Newcastle and Tottenham).

Matthew Upson makes his 200th career Premier League appearance (Arsenal, Birmingham and West Ham).

James Collins makes his 50th appearance in top-flight football - all for West Ham United.

23.08.2009 Jermain Defoe makes his 150th Premier League appearance for Tottenham and scores his 50th Spurs goal in all competitions.
25.09.2010 Robbie Keane plays his 300th game for Spurs.
25.11.2012 Tottenham record their 300th Premier League win.

Andy Carroll, on loan from Liverpool, scored his first goal for West Ham.

25.02.2013 Sam Allardyce takes charge of a Premier League team for the 350th time.

Tottenham record their eighth away Premier League win - a new club record.

03.05.2014 West Ham beat Spurs for the third time in a season for the first time ever.
16.08.2014 Younes Kaboul played his 100th Spurs Premier League match.

Sam Allardyce managed a side in the Premier League for the 400th time.

Aaron Cresswell, Enner Valencia and Cheikhou Kayoute made their West Ham debuts.

Eric Dier's goal was Tottenham's 50th against West Ham United in the Premier League.

23.09.2017 Christian Eriksen's goal made him the highest scoring Dane in Premier League history.
25.10.2017 Heung-Min Son makes his 100th Spurs appearance.


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