spurs v crystal palace reserves match reports

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20.11.1976 Tottenham's reserves took a 1-0 lead at White Hart Lane against Crystal Palace, but could not holdout for the win.

Roger Wade and Noel Brotherston worked a shooting opportunity for Neil McNab from the right of the goal at an acute angle and the Scot found the net to allow Spurs to go ahead. A dominant performance in the first half should have built up a bigger lead, but in the second half Palace seized on a defensive lapse to grab an equaliser.

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Daines, Barwick, M. Stead, Wade, Walford, S. Cavanagh, Brotherston, G. Armstrong, Duncan, McNab, M. Robinson
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15.11.1975 Crystal Palace visited White Hart Lane and departed with a Football Combination point after holding Spurs Reserves to a goal-less draw.

An inexperienced forward line could not convert the opportunities a hard-working Tottenham team created, but the team of teenagers gave a good account of themselves.

The woodwork came in for a battering in the match, with Palace's Paul Hinshelwood struck it twice and after half time, Kevin Stead's shot rebounded back off the post and in trying to clear the ball, Eagles defender John Love almost put through his own net.

Spurs almost pulled off a late win, when Noel Brotherston screwed a shot just wide of the Palace goal.

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Cranstone, I. Smith, M. Stead, Keeley, Barwick, Bacon, Brotherston, McNab, M. Robinson, K. Stead, Hyams
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18.10.1975 Spurs Reserves lost out to the only goal of the game at Selhurst Park to Crystal Palace.

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14.09.1974 Although Roger Gibbins scored twice, it was not enough to stop Tottenham Reserves slipping to a 2-3 away defeat in the Football Combination at Selhurst Park.

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T. Lee, Kinnear, Anderson, Keeley, Cegielski, Clapton, Gibbins, Margerrison, Chris Jones, McNab, Conn
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11.04.1973 Crystal Palace Reserves provided a stern test for Spurs Reserves in the Football Combination.

In this away match, Palace won 2-1, with Tottenham's goal coming from Mike Dillon.

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27.02.1973 Spurs travelled to South London to meet Crystal Palace, and were kept out by the home side in a 0-0 draw.

Goalkeeper John Jackson denied Martin Chivers and Alan Gilzean in one incident by diving at their feet.

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23.11.1971 Spurs Reserves lost 0-1 at Crystal Palace Reserves in the Football Combination.

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T. Lee, Kinnear, Want, Naylor, P. Collins, Holder, Pearce, Souness, Woolcott, Clarke, Morgan
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29.09.1971 Crystal Palace Reserves beat Spurs Reserves 3-2 at Selhurst Park in the First Round replay of the London Challenge Cup.

Ray Clarke and an own goal by Wooldridge were not enough to overcome Crystal Palace.

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Lee, Pratt, Want, Naylor, Peter Collins, Souness, Clarke, Jenkins (E. Jones), Holoder, Woolcott, Clarke, Morgan
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03.04.1971

Crystal Palace Reserves took an early lead to shock Spurs Reserves into action and go on to a big win in this Football Combination meeting at White Hart Lane.
 

Roy Woolcott pulled Spurs level before half time and then in the second half, Tottenham turned in a very good performance to go on to win.
 

Phil Holder's half-volley early in the second period put Spurs ahead and then a brace from John Cutbush gave them breathing space before a trip on Roy Woolcott gave Ray Bunkell the opportunity to score the fifth goal from the penalty spot to make the final score 5-1.

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Daines, R. Evans, John Collins, Bunkell, Dillon, Naylor, Johnson, Morgan, Woolcott, Holder, Cutbush
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29.08.1970 Spurs were held 0-0 away to Crystal Palace in this Football Combination meeting.

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.09.1968 Spurs Reserves beat Crystal Palace 8-1 at home with Jimmy Pearce hitting a hat-trick, with the team including Tony Want, John Pratt, Dennis Bond, Ray Evans and Neil Johnson. 

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15.01.1966 Stephen Pitt and John Sainty were the scorers in Tottenham's 2-0 away win at Selhurst Park.

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Roy Brown, Embery, Henry, Kinnear, A. Smith, Lye, Pitt, Pratt, Sainty, Gillingwater, Roger Smith.
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