spurs v west ham united reserves match reports

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23.01.2014 Upton Park staged a friendly between a West Ham United Xi and a Spurs XI featuring some players returning from long term injury.

Harry Kane grabbed a brace as Spurs won 3-0 at Upton Park, with Paulinho firing home a shot between Kane's two goals.  Spurs had a more experienced side out, but West Ham did have the pair of Ricardo Vaz Te and Guy Demel also coming back after spells on the sidelines, but Lewis Holtby took star billing creating all three goals.

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Friedel, Naughton (A McQueen, 75), Kaboul (Gallifuoco 60), Vertonghen (Stewart 60), Fryers, Capoue, Paulinho (Ward, 60), Sandro (Veljkovic 46), Holtby (Coulibaly 75), Kane, Sigurdsson
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20.04.2010 Spurs staged a private friendly with West Ham United Reserves at Spurs Lodge and won out 5-2.  Primarily a run-out for Jermaine Jenas, who was recovering from a groin operation and illness, the young side scored through Andros Townsend twice, John Bostock, Steven Caulker and Adam Smith to record a comfortable victory.

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Alnwick, Kyle Walker, Caulker, Livermore, Adam Smith, Townsend, Parrett, Jenas, Rose, Mason, Bostock
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16.03.2010 Tottenham edged a training ground friendly with West Ham United 1-0 at Spurs Lodge.

A goal from left back Adam Smith won the match in the 10th minute, when he cut in from the flank and hit a rising right foot shot into the roof of the net.  Spurs defended their lead well and passed the ball comfortably, but the West Ham keeper stopped any further addition to the score.

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Jimmy Walker, Kyle Walker, Dervite, Byrne, Adam Smith, Townsend, Livermore, Bostock, Rose, Mason, Obika
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24.02.2009 Spurs won this meeting with West Ham United at Bishops Stortford FC in the Premier League Reserve League thanks to an Adel Taarabt hat-trick.

An early warning, when Junior Stanislas fired wide was not heeded by the Spurs defence and in the fifth minute, Anthony Edgar took Zavon Hines' cross and put the ball past Alnwick at the post.  However, without being involved for the first ten minutes, Taarabt got the ball in the middle of the pitch, ran at defenders - leaving them in his wake - and rifled a low shot into the bottom corner of the goal from the edge of the box past an unmoved Marek Stech in goal to make it 1-1.

Two minutes after the goal, Irons defender Matthew Fry mis-contolled the ball and it rant o Kudos Oyenuga, who fired a shot into the side-netting.  With 15 minutes gone, Taarabt hit a shot just wide from the edge of the box, as he was starting to enjoy himself and Ricardo Rocha joined the attack to head a corner at goal, only for Stech to keep his effort out. 

Cian Hughton and Jacques Maghoma linked on the left to provide the French youngster with a shooting opportunity from 18 yards in the 18th minute, which Stetch put over the top, while Taarabt went close again a couple of minutes after.  West Ham fought back into the game and when Tom Harvey passed to Edgar on the edge of the box, his shot from the edge of the six yard box in the 22nd minute was saved by Ben Alnwick.

From a corner, Harvey's effort on goal was stopped on the line by Danny Hutchins and then the Irons' Stanislas hit a shot on goal in the 26th minute, with Alnwick needing to push it round after taking a couple of deflections before it got to him.  Spurs came strong at the end of the half, with Yaser Kasim taking the ball on after the ref played an advantage for a foul on Taarabt, playing in Oyenuga to shoot too high and then Takura Mtandari got wide and crossed for Taarabt, but he could only shoot straight at Stech.  There was still time for Hughton to go on a good run, but fired over the bar from 20 yards just before the break.

West Ham had the first chance of the second half, with centre half Fry heading Stanilslas' free-kick against the post on 48 minutes and on 75 minutes, Edgar was sent clear, only to be denied by Alnwick, who stood up well.  West Ham substitute Daniel Kearns had a shot that went just wide of the post.

But, seven minutes from time, Taarabt won the ball, ran at the Irons back four and from the edge of the box planted the ball into the bottom corner of the net.

West Ham tried to get level with a Fry header that Alnwick did well to dive and palm out, but it was Taarabt who had the last word, firing home from the penalty spot in stoppage time after David Hutton had been brought down to seal the 3-1 win.

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West Ham -  
Stech; O'Neill, Payne, Fry, Miller (McNaughton 74); Edgar, Harvey, Grasser (Kearns 48), Stanislas; Jeffrey, Hines (Bajner 79)
Unused subs. : -  Loveday, Abdulla

Spurs -  
Alnwick; Mtandari, Rocha (Caulker 46), Berchiche (Cox 55), Hughton; D Hutton, Hutchins, Kasim, Maghoma; Taarabt; Oyenuga (Byrne 74)
Unused subs. : -  Button, Nicholson

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03.11.2008 West Ham United made the short trip to visit Brisbane Road in the Premier League Reserve League and Spurs won out 2-0.

The Irons keeper was soon in action, with a third minute save as Kevin-Prince Boateng met a Charlie Daniels cross at the near post, but as play moved to the opposite end, Jacques Maghoma was in the right place to clear Widdowson's low shot off the line after Reid had crossed from the left wing.

Chances were created at both ends, with Boateng volleying over Gilberto's eighth minute cross and West Ham hitting the side netting when Reid cut in from the left wing and struck a low 25-yard effort.  A sharp finish to Gilberto's saved shot in the 21st by Daniels was ruled out for offside and the first half finished goal-less.

Spurs changed things around and two minutes into the second period, Street had to be alert to push Hossam Ghaly's shot from 25 yards out around the post.  Another good chance was spurned in the 51st minute, as Boateng intercepted a back-pass and unselfishly laid the ball into the path of Kyle Fraser-Allen, who blasted over from 10 yards out.  The goal came just a couple of minutes later, when a corner from the left wing dropped for Mtandari to stand up a cross into the heart of the penalty area and Boateng was first to it with his head.  Street did well to stop the powerful header, but the rebound dropped to Charlie Daniels to tap in, without a linesman's flag this time. 

Five minutes later, Daniels was on the score-sheet again, getting the ball on the edge of the centre circle, taking on a couple of West Ham players and drilling a low shot into the left corner of the net to make it 2-0.

Paul Stalteri took on his marker on the right wing and put in a cross low to the near post ten minutes after the second goal, where Fraser-Allen mis-hit his shot, but got a second bite of the cherry and forced a good stop from Street, who was lucky in the 69th minute, when Hutton's corner escaped Ghaly six yards out and was missed at the far post by Mtandari, who slipped over.  It was West Ham's turn to attack in the next minute, as Spence hit a hopeful high ball into the Spurs area and when Cesar came over Bajner to punch clear it only fell to Harvey, who hit his shot too high.

When Daniels fired in a low curving cross in the 71st minute, it was somehow missed by both Dervite and Mtandari and then West Ham broke with Harvey's cross being put wide by Bajner, who glanced his header instead of getting some power on it.  Another header two minutes from time saw Cesar make a fine save in glancing Lopez's effort over the bar.  The resulting corner was headed over by the same player and that was the last chance that saw Spurs take the spoils.

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Cesar, Stalteri, Gilberto, Maghoma, Dervite, Rocha (Mtandari 46), Fraser-Allen, Ghaly, Taarabt (D. Hutton 46), Boateng, Daniels
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L. Butcher, Hutchins, Berchiche
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Street, O'Neill, Widdowson, Stokes, Ngala, Spence, Harvey, Lopez, Tristan (Bajner 46 [Edgar 86]), Kearns, Reid (Lee 76)
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25.02.2008 The two London sides met at Leyton Orient FC and it was West Ham Reserves who took the points, winning 3-1 with a strong side.

Spurs had the first couple of chances in the match, with Danny Rose rising to head Cian Hughton's cross over the top and Simon Dawkins was played in by Jon Obika and he hit his shot just wide of the target.  West Ham's first chance came in the 17th minute, as Ashton put a header from six yards wide from Pantsil's cross.  Bobby Zamora almost tricked Hughton with a lob over his head, but he could not control his volley once he got the other side of the defender and Ashton once more won the ball in the air, this time near the penalty spot and it went a couple of feet past the post.

Somewhat against the run of play, Tottenham took the lead in the 34th minute.  A free kick on the right was played in by Danny Rose and Troy Archibald-Henville jumped for it, but the ball swung straight into the net to give the winger the goal.  A minute later, Dawkins and David Hutton linked up to allow the striker a shot on goal, but the players around him made it difficult for him to get any power in his shot and Walker saved easily.

Just before the interval, the Irons equalised when Freddie Sears capitalise don Reid's complete air shot and finished Ashton's cross with a low drove past Button to see the sides level at the break.

Joe Martin prevented Hines knocking in Sears low ball into the box and then Ashton failed to convert Pantsil's cross, causing Button no problems to save.  The Spurs keeper had to stretch to keep the ball out as Sears tried to lob him and in the 69th minute, the keeper was beaten when Sears provided Ashton with a chance that Ashton finally netted from inside the six yard box.  It was only three minutes before it was 3-1 Stokes fed Sears and he took the ball on the run to slide it past the Button as he came out.

Parrett almost found Obika before Pantsil nudged the ball away, while late on Ryan Mason put a free-kick over the bar and then mis-hit a shot that Walker dropped on to make a comfortable stop and preserve the 3-1 scoreline.

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Spurs -  
Button, Hughton, Martin, Livermore, Archibald-Henville, Dervite, Fraser-Allen (Parrett 63), Rose, Obika (Mason 78), Dawkins, D. Hutton (Mtandari 63)
Unused Subs:  Jansson, Hutchins

West Ham -  
Walker, Pantsil, Spector, Tomkins (Spence 72), N'Gala, Miller (Fitzgerald 81), Stokes, Sears, Collison, Ashton, Zamora (Hines 46), Reid
Unused Subs: Miklosko, Stanislas

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20.02.2007 A Premier Reserve League South match played at Bishops Stortford FC saw Spurs win 2-0.

it was a quick start by Tottenham who took a 2-0 lead within the first 17 minutes of the match.  Captain Charlie Lee was playing in central midfield and his effect was immediate, with a run into the box to finish off Phil Ifil's cross from 10 yards after good work from Adel Taarabt and David Hutton.  Lee was instrumental in the second goal, winning the ball in midfield and then putting Hutton away to cross in for Jake Livermore to shoot home.

Taarabt hit a 25 yard shot just wide and West Ham keeper Jimmy Walker denied Charlie Daniels' effort after Emil Halfredsson played him in.  As the half came to an end, Ben Alnwick had to be on his toes to keep out Lee Hales' shot.

Shortly after the break, Alnwick stopped Lorcan Fitzgerald as he ran through one-on-one, but he was finally beaten when Freddie Sears reduced the defecit in the 59th minute.  However, Spurs held out to win the game.

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West Ham -  Walker, O'Neil, Widdowson, N'Gala,  Tomkins, Hales, Sears, Collison (Stanislas 5 [Blackmore 46]), Jeffrey, Hunt (Blackwell 89),
Fitzgerald
Unused Subs. : -  Miller Bowes

Spurs -  Alnwick, Ifil, Daniels, Livermore (Fraser-Allen 83), Archibald-Henville, Mills, Hutton (Mtandari 83), C. Lee (c), Barcham, Taarabt, Hallfredsson
Unused Subs. : - Forecast, Hughton, Hutchins
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14.12.2004

Spurs were denied a win at Upton Park by one of their own keeper Rob Burch, who was on loan at West Ham United at the time of the match. 

Spurs played some of their best football so far this season in the first half and took the lead when Mark Yeates cut in from the right wing to curl a shot beyond Burch from 20 yards out in the 29th minute.  Ten minutes later, a left foot drive from 16 yards out by Jamie Slabber found the net. 

West Ham got a goal back in controversial circumstances when Dean Marney was harshly adjudged to have committed a foul in the box and Youssef Sofiane converted the penalty to make it 2-1.    Seven minutes later, Malky Mackay met Gavin Williams' free-kick with head head to loop it over Fulop to draw level. 

It was three minutes from the end of the game when Mark Yeates challenged Williams in the area, the Irons midfielder fell on the ball and the referee pointed to the spot.  Jamie Slabber stepped up to take the spot-kick, but Burch used his inside information and went the right way to keep the shot out.

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West Ham -  
Burch, Mullins, Brevett, Ward, Mackay (Blewitt 80), Noble, Williams, Cohen, Ashikodi (Sofiane 68), Reo-Coker (McClenahan 46), Reid
Unused Subs. : - 
Wright, Reed
Scorers : -  Sofiane 70, Mackay 77
Spurs -  
Fulop, Ifil, McKie, Marney, Richards, Davenport, Dilevski (Malcolm 73), Jackson, Slabber, Silva Sousa (O'Hara 56), Yeates
Unused Subs. : -
 Eyre, O'Donaghue, Defendi
Scorers : -  Yeates 29, Slabber 39
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15.09.2003 Premier Reserve League South (Home). Click here for a match report.
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17.01.1981 A hard fought draw was the result of the reserve meeting with West Ham United at Upton Park.

Goals from Tony La Ronde and Ray Houghton gave West Ham a 2-0 half-time lead, but two second half Spurs goals levelled the final score at 2-2.

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West Ham - Ferguson, Wright, A. La Ronde, Brignull, Hibbert, Neighbour, Houghton, Lansdowne, Morgan, Banton
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07.04.1979 West Ham Untied took the points at Upton Park with a 2-0 win thanks to goals from George Cowie and Billy Lansdowne in the second half of the game.  

Teams : 
West Ham -  Day, Wright, Smith, McGiven (c), Cowie, Brignull, Thomson, Banton, Lansdowne, P. Allen, Curbishley.
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02.12.1978 A 1-1 Football Combination draw with West Ham United at White Hart Lane saw Spurs come back from the set-back of George Cowie's first half goal for the Irons.  Jason Wright's free-kick fell for Billy Jennings to thread the ball through for Cowie to shoot home from the edge of the area. 

A second half equaliser preserved the unbeaten run of 19 games, but it stopped the run of 18 consecutive victories.

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Spurs - 
West Ham -  Moseley, Wright, Smith, Cowie, Martin, McGiven (c), Lansdowne, Jennings, Otulakowski, Morgan, Banton
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05.11.1977 Tottenham won this reserve game at Upton Park 2-1.

West Ham scored through Nicky Morgan in the 17th minute, with a side-foot finish from close range, but it wasn't enough to stop Spurs taking both points.  An equaliser shortly after the re-start gave Spurs the impetus, but a penalty for West Ham was awarded, but missed.  It was a deflected free-kick that gave Tottenham the win, leaving keeper Bobby Ferguson no chance to save.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Ferguson, McDowall (c), Lock, Devlin, Martin, Horan, Otulakowski, Thomson, Morgan,
Lansdowne, A. Taylor, (Banton 85)
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04.04.1977 Spurs beat West Ham United reserves at Chadwell Heath by a single goal in the Football Combination.

With a player on trial from Larne of the Irish League playing as centre forward, Tottenham won the game in the 65th minute, when Irishman Colin McCurdy set up Stuart Beavon, who drove the ball home. Spurs fielded David Smith, who was the son of former Spurs striker Bobby Smith.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Kendall,
Wade, S. Cavanagh, Walford Keeley, Brotherston, K. Stead, D. Smith (Holyoak 80), McCurdy, Beavon, M. Robinson
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09.03.1977 Spurs lost heavily to West Ham United reserves in this Football Combination meeting at Cheshunt.

The 1-5 score-line saw the visitors win with goals from braces from Billy Lansdowne and Alan Curbishley, while Keith Coleman got the fifth, which all came in the second half.

All Tottenham had to show for their efforts was a Noel Brotherston goal.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
S. Letch, Wade, Walford, Keeley, Holyoak, S. Cavanagh, Brotherston, Beavon, Moores, Duncan, Robinson
West Ham -  Sproul, Coleman, Brush, A.
Curbishley, Martin, T. Taylor, Ayris, Pike, Lansdowne, McGiven (c), K. Robson
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25.08.1975 The Reserves were away to West Ham United Reserves and were narrowly beaten 2-3.

The home team took the lead through a Geoff Pike penalty, but the score was levelled by half-time thanks to Martin Robinson's goal. Glenn Hoddle scored in the second half to put Tottenham ahead, but West Ham hit back with Keith Coleman's equaliser and a late Paul Brush goal handed The Irons the two points.

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West Ham -  , Brush, , , , , , Pike, , Coleman,
Spurs -  Daines, I. Smith, Knowles, Keeley, Walford, McGrath, Brotherston, Hoddle Robinson, Bacon, Duncan
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23.04.1975 Spurs Reserves lost out in the odd goal in five at home to West Ham United, with John Margerrison and Don McAllister scoring the goals for Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

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Spurs - Cranstone, Pratt, Cavanagh, McAllister, Boyle, Margerrison, McGrath, Coates, Chivers, Wade, Gibbins
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01.04.1975 West Ham United Reserves suffered a hammering on their visit to White Hart Lane in the Football Combination.

Martin Chivers struck early with a sixth minute goal and then John Margerrison and Martin Robinson added to the score. West Ham got a goal back in the 24th minute, when their goalkeeper Bobby Ferguson, who was playing as a forward, scored.

An own goal by West Ham's Ian Stott made it 4-1 by half time and Spurs ran out 6-1 winners as Chris McGrath and Robinson added two further goals in the last eight minutes.

Teams : 
Spurs : - Daines, I. Smith, M. Stead, Keeley, Walford, Margerrison, McGrath, McNab, Chivers, Hoddle, Robinson
West Ham United : -  , , , Ian Stott, , , , , , Bobby Ferguson,

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17.04.1972 Spurs Reserves travelled to Upton Park and drew 1-1 with West Ham United Reserves.

The Tottenham goal came from Graeme Souness.
 

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T. Lee, Boughey, E. Jones, Osgood, Peck, Souness, Jenkins, Dillon, Mabee, Clarke, Chris Jones
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18.12.1971 Spurs Reserves recorded a 3-2 home win in the Football Combination over West Ham United with a late penalty kick deciding the match at White Hart Lane.

In an evenly matched game in terms of possession, the better chances fell to Tottenham, with Graeme Souness heading the side into the lead from a 25th minute Joe Kinnear cross. Spurs went further ahead after three more minutes, when Ray Clarke seized on confusion in the West Ham defence.

The Irons pulled a goal back through David Llewelyn and four minutes before half time a penalty was awarded to the visitors for a foul on Joe Durrell by Joe Peck. Captain Peter Eustace levelled the scores from the spot-kick.

The 83rd minute award of a penalty to Tottenham was heatedly disputed and Eustace was dismissed for his protestations. When things calmed down, Graeme Souness stepped up to convert the penalty to give Spurs a late winner.

Teams : 
Spurs : - Daines, Kinnear, E. Jones, Mullery, Peck, Dillon, Neighbour, Souness, Woolcott, Clarke, Morgan
West Ham : - , , , ,Eustace, , , , Durrell

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10.04.1971

Spurs Reserves  won 1-0 away to West Ham United Reserves with Roger Morgan scoring the only goal of the game.


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Hancock, Evans, John Collins, Pratt, Dillon, Naylor, Jenkins, Souness, Wooloctt, Holder, Morgan
Unused sub. : - Cutbush
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04.11.1970

Spurs won 1-0 when they hosted West Ham United in the London Challenge Cup with the goal scored by Jimmy Neighbour.

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Spurs - 
Daines, Evans, Want, Bunkell, P. Collins, Pratt, Jenkins, Cutbush (Johnson), Woolcott, Holder, Neighbour
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30.10.1967 West Ham United won through to the final of the  London FA Cup after a 1-0 win with Trevor Brooking scoring a second half goal to settle the semi-final at Upton Park.

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West Ham - Colin Mackleworth. Frank Lampard Snr., Bill Kitchener, Eddie Bovington, Paul Heffer, Bobby Howe, Tim Clements, Trevor Brooking, Peter Bennett, Trevor Hartley, Doug Eadie
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29.08.1960 Spurs Reserves overcame a 0-2 deficit at half-time to record a 3-2 win at Upton Park.

Collins and Frank Saul (2) got the second half goals that turned the game around in Tottenham's favour.

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Spurs -  Hollowbread, Hills, Hopkins, J. Smith, A. Smith, Marchi,  Aitchison, Collins, Saul, Clayton, B. Fittock
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