season 2012-2013

 

 
 
RESULTS.

English Premier League
Finished :  5th

 
 
Played Won Drew Lost Goals for Goals against Goal diff. Points
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REVIEW
 

This was a season that was a success on statistics, but might have disappointed some in not achieving Champions League football - the minimum aim of most clubs in the top half of the table these days it seems.

 

A record Premier League points total was not enough to claim a place at European football's top table, but in an enthralling season, the margin of not making the Champions League came down to the odd point here and there. 

 

Andre Villas-Boas came in as Head Coach after a testing time at Chelsea that last just over 250 days.  Some said it was a risk taken by Daniel Levy in hiring the tainted Portuguese coach, but his success in his come country with FC Porto and his progressive ideas no doubt appealed to the Spurs chairman and he was backed by some solid spending in the summer.  Unfortunately, a small outlay in the January window might have made it an even better debut season for the coach.

 

 
 
RECORDS.
 

Tottenham recorded a new club Premier League total record with 72 points.

This was the highest points tally not to qualify a team for the Champions League from a finishing position in the Premier League in a 38-game season.

Spurs ran up a club new record for Premier League away wins with their eighth coming against West Ham United on 25.02.2013 and ended the season with a total of 10 wins on the road.

Emmanuel Adebayor scored in the home match against Everton on 07.04.2013 with a goal after 32 seconds - the second quickest in Premier League history - after Ledley King's against Bradford City in 2000.  This was bettered later in the season to push him back to third in the list.


Tottenham's scored against every Premier League team this season.

Tottenham were not awarded a single penalty kick in 2012-13.

Spurs scored 16 goals from outside the box more than any other side in the top flight.

The team had 241 shots on target in 2012/13, more than any other side.

Spurs had the best shooting accuracy in the Premier League in 2012-13 (49.4 per cent).

AVB’s side made more clearances than any other PL side in 2012-13 (1595).

Gareth Bale scored more goals from outside the area than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues in 2012-13 (nine).

 

 
 
ODDITIES.
 

 

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Under-21s.
 

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Premier Reserve South League
Finished : -th

 
Played Won Drew Lost Goals for Goals against Goal diff. Points
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NextGen.
 

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Finished :  Quarter-finalists

 
Played Won Drew Lost Goals for Goals against Goal diff. Points
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Under-18s.
 

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Premier Under-18s League Group -
Finished : -th

 
Played Won Drew Lost Goals for Goals against Goal diff. Points
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SQUAD.
 

HEAD COACH : -   Andre VILLAS-BOAS
 

1.    Heurelho GOMES

2.    Clint DEMPSEY

 

3.    Danny ROSE

 

4.    Younes KABOUL

 

5.    Jan VERTONGHEN

 

6.    Tom HUDDLESTONE

 

7.    Aaron LENNON

 

8.    Scott PARKER

 

9.    -

 

10.  Emmanuel ADEBAYOR

 

11.  Gareth BALE

 

12.    -

 

13.    William GALLAS

 

14.    -

 

15.    David BENTLEY

 

16.    Kyle NAUGHTON

 

17.    -

 

18.    Jermain DEFOE

 

19.    Mousa DEMBELE

 

20.    Michael DAWSON

 

21.    Jermaine JENAS

 

22.    Gylfi SIGURDSSON

 

23.    Carlo CUDICINI / Lewis HOLTBY
 

24.    Brad FRIEDEL
 

25.    Hugo LLORIS

 

26.    -

 

27.   Yago FALQUE

 

28.   Kyle WALKER

 

29.   Jake LIVERMORE

 

30.   SANDRO
 

31.   Andros TOWNSEND

 

32.   Benoit ASSOU-EKOTTO

 

33.   Steven CAULKER

 

34.    -

 

35.    -

 

36.    -

 

37.    Harry KANE

 

38.    -

 

39.    Adam SMITH

 

40.    -   

 

41.    -


42.    -

 

43.    -

 

44.    Cristian CEBALLOS
 

45.    -

 

46.    Tom CARROLL

 

 

 

 

 
 
SCORERS.
 

 

LEAGUE

 

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FA CUP

 

 

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LEAGUE CUP

 

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PLAYER TOTALS

  

Player League FA Cup League Cup Others Total
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

 

 

 
 
APPEARANCES
(Subs appearances in brackets)

 
Player League FA Cup League Cup Others
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

 

 

NEW PLAYERS
 
SUMMER
Hugo LLORIS (goalkeeper) £8,000,000 (Cond. £11,000,000) Olympique Lyonnais (France) 31st August 2012
Clint DEMPSEY (forward) £6,000,000 Fulham 31st August 2012
Mousa DEMBELE (midfielder) £15,000,000 Fulham 30th August 2012
Emmanuel ADEBAYOR (forward) £5,000,000 Manchester City 21st August 2012
Jan VERTONGHEN (defender) £9,000,000 Ajax (Holland) 12th July 2012
Gylfi SIGURDSSON (midfielder) £8,000,000 Hoffenheim (Germany) 4th July 2012
-  (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £- From Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £- From Date
       
 
WINTER
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £- From Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £- From Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £- From Date
       
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PLAYERS WHO LEFT IN THE SUMMER TRANSFER WINDOW BEFORE THE SEASON
 
Vedran Corluka (defender)  £5,000,000 Lokomotiv Moscow (Russia) Date
Niko Kranjcar (midfielder) £5,500,000 Dynamo Kyev (Ukraine) Date
Luka MODRIC (midfielder)  £33,000,000 Real Madrid (Spain) 26th August 2012
Giovani dos SANTOS (midfielder)  Undisclosed Real Mallorca (Spain) 31st August 2012
Rafael van der VAART (midfielder)  £10,000,000 SV Hamburg (Germany) 31st August 2012
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward)  - To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £ To Date

 

PLAYERS WHO LEFT IN THE WINTER TRANSFER WINDOW
 
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £ To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £ To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) £ To Date

 

PLAYERS WHO LEFT ON LOAN
 
Harry KANE (Norwich City)  Adam SMITH (Millwall)
Danny ROSE (Sunderland) Nathan BYRNE (Swindon Town)
John BOSTOCK (Swindon Town)  David BENTLEY (Blackburn Rovers)
Ryan FREDERICKS (Brentford)  Alex PRITCHARD (Peterborough UNited)
Bongani KHUMALO (AEK Athens - Greece) Ryan MASON (Lorient - France)
Souleymane COULIBALY (US Grossetto - Italy) Yago FALQUE (Almeria - Spain)
Tomislav GOMELT (Espanyol - Spain) -
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NEW FIRST YEAR ACADEMY PLAYERS
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NEW STAFF
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
EXECUTIVE

- (Vice-Chairman)
- (Finance Director)
- (Football Director)

NON-EXECUTIVE

- (Chairman)
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CLUB STAFF
Company Secretary -
Club President -
Club Vice-Presidents -
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Vice-Presidents -
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CLUB MANAGEMENT
 
FIRST TEAM
Head Coach Andre VILLAS-BOAS
Assistant Coach Steffen FREUND
First Team Coach -
First Team Assistant Coach -
Fitness Coach -
Development Coach Tim SHERWOOD
Coaches -
 
ACADEMY
 
Academy Manager -
Academy Player Development -
Academy Head of Recruitment -
Academy Performance Manager -
Academy Education & Welfare Officer -
Academy Integration Manager -
Academy Coaches -
Academy Doctor -
Head Academy Physiotherapist -
Academy Physiotherapist -
Academy Fitness Coach -

 

 

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