season 2015-2016

 

 
 
RESULTS.

English Premier League
Finished :  -th

 

Date

Opponent

Venue

Result

Position

08.08.2015

Manchester United

Away

0-1

18th

15.08.2015

Stoke City

Home

2-2

14th

22.08.2015

Leicester City

Away

1-1

16th

29.08.2015

Everton

Home

0-0

17th

13.09.2015

Sunderland

Away

1-0

12th

20.09.2015

Crystal Palace

Home

1-0

-

26.09.2015

Manchester City

Home

4-1

5th

04.10.2015

Swansea City

Away

2-2

8th

..2015

Liverpool

Home

0-0

-

..2015

-

Home

-

-

..2015

-

Away

-

-

..2015

-

Home

-

-

..2015

-

Away

-

-

..2015

-

Home

-

-

05.12.2015

West Bromwich Albion

Away

1-1

-

14.12.2015

Newcastle United

Home

1-2

5th

19.12.2015

Southampton

Away

2-0

4th

26.12.2015

Norwich City

Home

3-0

4th

..2015

-

Away

-

-

..

-

Home

-

-

..

-

Away

-

-

..

-

Home

-

-

..

-

Away

-

-

..

-

Home

-

-

..

-

Away

-

-

..

-

Away

-

-

28.02.2016

Swansea City

Home

2-1

-

02.03.2016

West Ham United

Away

0-1

-

05.03.2016

Arsenal

Home

2-2

-

13.03.2016

Aston Villa

Away

2-0

2nd

20.03.2016

Bournemouth

Home

3-0

2nd

02.04.2016

Liverpool

Away

1-1

2nd

10.04.2016

-

Home

-

-

.04.2016

-

Away

-

-

.04.2016

-

Home

-

-

..

-

Away

-

-

..

-

Home

-

-

..

-

Away

-

-

..

West Bromwich Albion

Home

1-1

2nd

02.05.2016

Chelsea

Away

2-2

2nd

08.05.2016

Southampton

Home

1-2

2nd

15.05.2016

Newcastle United

Away

1-5

3rd

 

 
 
Played Won Drew Lost Goals for Goals against Goal diff. Points
38 19 13 6 69 35 39 70

 

 
 
REVIEW
 

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FA CUP
 

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LEAGUE CUP
 

Drawn at home to Arsenal in Round Three of the League Cup, Tottenham had perhaps the hardest draw in the round. 

 

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EUROPA LEAGUE
 

Pitched in with Azerbijan's Qarabag, AS Monaco and Anderlecht, Spurs were handed the most difficult group in the Europa League ... and that is before Champions League teams drop down from their competition !!

 

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PRE-SEASON/END OF SEASON TOUR
 

Tottenham were invited to take part in the showpiece MLS game against the All-Stars at the Dick Sporting Goods Arena in Denver, where they were due to face a number of familiar names in the US line-up of the best that the American league could offer.  As it turned out, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Robbie Keane all had to drop out meaning that Clint Dempsey was the only name associated with the Premier League that took part.  However, the new stars of the MLS - Kaka and David Villa scored for the All-Stars and a Harry Kane goal gave Spurs some hope, but they could not find an equaliser.

 

With Mauricio Pochettino not wanting too much action before the main action in the Premier League started, there were a number of behind closed doors games before the squad headed for Munich to take part in the Audi Cup in the Allianz Arena.

 

In the first game, they faced Real Madrid, including Gareth Bale and they lost out 0-2 with the inevitable goal from our former player, but there was plenty of possession for Spurs, although only a few chances were created.  With Bayern easily beating AC Milan in the other match, Tottenham faced the Italian side the following day to decide the 3rd/4th places in the tournament.

 

With most of the players being given a run out in a much changed side from the Real match, Nacer Chadli gave Tottenham an early lead that gave them the confidence to put on a good show and extended their lead in the 70th minute through Tom Carroll's precise curling shot.  Hugo Lloris, returning after injuring his wrist came on as a substitute and had to make a late save to prevent Ely's volley causing a grandstand finish.

 

 

 

RECORDS.
 

Tottenham ran 117.8km in total against Manchester United, more than any other team in the first round of games of Premier League season.

For the second season running, Eric Dier was the first player to score for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.
 

On Boxing Day against Norwich City, Harry Kane scored his 26th and 27th Premier League goals of the calendar year to beat Teddy Sheringham's record.

Harry Kane has scored more goals in a Premier League campaign than any other Spurs player (25).

Tottenham fielded the youngest starting XI this season on average (24 years 328 days).

Dele Alli was involved in 19 Premier League goals (nine goals, 10 assists), more than any other English midfielder in the division.
 

Tottenham lost fewer games this season (6) than in any previous top-flight campaign.
 

2015/16 was the first Premier League season to see the opening goal be an own goal - Kyle Walker for Spurs against Manchester United.

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NOTES.
 

 

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UNDER-21s
 

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Premier League Under-21 League
Finished : -th

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

 

 

 

 
UNDER-18s
 

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Premier League Academy Under-18 League
Finished : -th

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

 

 

 

 
 
SQUAD.
 

MANAGER : -   Mauricio POCHETTINO

1.    Hugo LLORIS

2.    Kyle WALKER

 

3.    Danny ROSE

 

4.    Toby ALDERWEIRELD

 

5.    Jan VERTONGHEN

 

6.    Nabil BENTALEB

 

7.    Heung-Min SON

 

8.    Ryan MASON

 

9.    -

 

10.  Harry KANE

 

11.  Erik LAMELA

 

12.  DeAndre YEDLIN

 

13.  Michel VORM

 

14.  Clinton NJIE

 

15.  Eric DIER

 

16.  Kieran TRIPPIER
 

17.  Andros TOWNSEND

 

18.   -

 

19.  Mousa DEMBELE

 

20.  Dele Alli

 

21.  Federico FAZIO

 

22.  Nacer CHADLI

 

23.  Christian ERIKSEN

 

24.  Alex PRITCHARD

 

25.  Josh ONOMAH

 

26.   -
 

27.  Kevin WIMMER

 

28.  Tom CARROLL

 

29.  Harry WINKS

 

30.  -

 

31.  Luke McGEE

 

32.   -

 

33.  Ben DAVIES

 

34.   -

 

35.   -

 

36.   -
 

37.   -

 

38.   -

 

39.   -

 

40.   -

 

41.   -

 

 

 

 
 
SCORERS.
 

 

LEAGUE

 

- - -          - -          -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
           

 


FA CUP

 

 

- - -          - -          -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - - -  
- - - - -  
- - - -    
           

 

 

LEAGUE CUP

 

- - -          - -          -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - -    
- - - -    
- - - -    
           

 

 

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
Player Fee From Date
Kevin WIMMER (defender) GBP 4.3 million 1FC Koln (Germany) 29th May 2015
Kieran TRIPPIER (defender) GBP 3.5 million Burnley 19th June 2015
Toby ALDERWEIRELD (defender) GBP 11.5 million Atletico Madrid (Spain) 8th July 2015
Clinton NJIE (forward) GBP 10 million (+GBP 2 million cond.) Olympique Lyonnais (France) 15th August 2015
Heung-Min SON (midfielder/forward) GBP 22 million Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) 28th August 2015
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) GBP From Date
       
 
WINTER
Player Fee From Date
- (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
Player Fee To Date
Brad FRIEDEL (goalkeeper) Retired - -
Tomislav GOMELT (midfielder) Released Bari (Italy) Date
Bongani KHUMALO (defender) Released SuperSport United (South Africa) -
Cristian CEBALLOS (midfielder) Released Charlton Athletic -
PAULINHO (midfielder) GBP 9.9 million Evergrande Guanghou (China) 30th June 2015
Lewis HOLTBY (midfielder) GBP 4.66 million SV Hamburg (Germany) 1st July 2015
Etienne CAPOUE (midfielder) GBP 5.7 million Watford 6th July 2015
Younes KABOUL (defender) GBP 4 million Sunderland 16th July 2015
Benjamin STAMBOULI (midfielder) GBP 6 million Paris St. Germain (France) 21st July 2015
Vlad CHIRICHES (defender) GBP 4.5 million Napoli (Italy) 30th July 2015
Grant HALL (defender) Undisclosed QPR 7th August 2015
Ryan FREDERICKS (defender) Undisclosed Bristol City 6th August 2015
Roberto SOLDADO (forward) GBP 7 million Villarreal (Spain) 14th August 2015
Ismail AZZAOUI (midfielder) Undisclosed Wolfsburg (Germany) 31st August 2015
Emmanuel ADEBAYOR (forward) Contract terminated - 13th September 2015
Aaron LENNON (midfielder) GBP 5 million Everton September 2015
 
IN THE WINTER TRANSFER WINDOW
Player Fee To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date

 

 

PLAYERS WHO LEFT ON LOAN
 
Grant WARD (Rotherham United) -
Dominic BALL (Glasgow Rangers) -
Nathan ODUWA (Glasgow Rangers) -
Connor OGILVIE (Stevenage) -
Shaquile COULTHIRST (Wigan Athletic) -
DeAndre YEDLIN (Sunderland) -
- -
- -

 

 

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 -
-
-
Vice-Presidents -
-
-
-
-
-
 

 

CLUB MANAGEMENT
 
FIRST TEAM
Head Coach Mauricio POCHETTINO
Assistant Head Coach Jesus PEREZ
First Team Coach Migeul D'AGOSTINO
Coaches Toni JIMINEZ (goalkeeping coach)
 
ACADEMY
 
Academy Manager & Head of Coaching John McDERMOTT
Head of Academy Operations & Performance Dean RASTRICK
Professional Development Phase Coach Ugo EHIOGU
Professional Development Phase Coach Matt WELLS
Professional Development Phase Coach Paul BRUSH
Professional Development Phase Coach Kieran McKENNA
Youth Development Phase Lead Coach Justin COCHRANE
Youth Development Phase Coach Mehmet ALI
Foundation Phase Lead Coach Gary BROADHURST (Safeguarding Officer)
Foundation Phase Coach Michael DONALDSON
Academy Coaches Bradley ALLEN
Will ANTWI
Tony TILLBROOK
Trevor DUBERRY
Ryan HALL
Joe STAUNTON
Daryl McMAHON
Aaron CATO
Glen HICKS
Head of Academy Science & Medicine Aaron HARRIS
Academy Doctor Imtiaz AHMAD
Academy Physiotherapist Adam PAXTON
Academy Physiotherapist David McGINNESS
Head of Academy Physical Development Matt ALLEN
Academy Physical Development Coach Charlie MOORE
Academy Sports Science Intern Chris RILEY
Academy Performance Analyst Luke GEORGIOU
Academy Performance Analyst Andrew RATNAGE
Academy Performance Analyst Josh SMITH
Academy Performance Analyst Charlie TURNBULL
Academy Recruitment Officer Jason HOGG
Academy Head of Education Trevor WEBB
Academy Education Officer David RAINFORD
Academy Education Assistant Helene MICHAELS
Head of Academy Goalkeeping -
Goalkeeping Coach Rob BURCH
Goalkeeping Coach Alex WELSH
Academy Administration Manager Luke GODFREY
Academy Administrator Tina GOLD
Academy Transport Co-Ordinator Nick BOULLI
Academy Kit Manager Tavish MAHANDRU
Development/Academy Kit Assistant Stan WHITE


 

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