season 2016-2017

 

 
 
RESULTS.

Premier League
Finished :  2nd

 

Date

Opponent

Venue

Result*

Position

13.08.2016

Everton

Away

1-1

-

20.08.2016

Crystal Palace

Home

1-0

-

27.08.2016

Liverpool

Home

1-1

-

10.09.2016

Stoke City

Away

4-0

-

18.09.2016

Sunderland

Home

1-0

-

24.09.2016

Middlesbrough

Away

2-1

-

02.10.2016

Manchester City

Home

2-0

-

15.10.2016

West Bromwich Albion

Away

1-1

-

22.10.2016

AFC Bournemouth

Away

0-0

-

29.10.2016

Leicester City

Home

1-1

-

06.11.2016

Arsenal

Away

1-1

5th

19.11.2016

West Ham United London

Home

3-2

5th

26.11.2016

Chelsea

Away

1-2

5th

03.12.2016

Swansea City

Home

5-0

5th

11.12.2016

Manchester United

Away

0-1

5th

14.12.2016

Hull City

Home

3-0

5th

18.12.2016

Burnley

Home

2-1

5th

28.12.2016

Southampton

Away

4-1

5th

01.01.2017

Watford

Away

4-1

4th

04.01.2017

Chelsea

Home

2-0

3rd

14.01.2017

West Bromwich Albion

Home

4-0

2nd

21.01.2017

Manchester City

Away

2-2

2nd

31.01.2017

Sunderland

Away

0-0

2nd

04.02.2017

Middlesbrough

Home

1-0

2nd

11.02.2017

Liverpool

Away

0-2

2nd

25.02.2017

Stoke City

Home

4-0

2nd

05.03.2017

Everton

Away

3-2

2nd

19.03.2017

Southampton

Home

2-1

2nd

01.04.2017

Burnley

Away

2-0

2nd

05.04.2017

Swansea City

Away

3-1

2nd

08.04.2017

Watford

Home

4-0

2nd

15.04.2017

Bournemouth

Home

4-0

2nd

26.04.2017

Crystal Palace

Away

1-0

2nd

30.04.2017

Arsenal

Home

2-0

2nd

05.05.2017

West Ham United

Away

0-1

2nd

14.05.2017

Manchester United

Home

2-1

2nd

18.05.2017

Leicester City

Away

6-1

2nd

21.05.2017

Hull City

Away

7-1

2nd

*  Spurs score shown first

 
 
Played Won Drew Lost Goals for Goals against Goal diff. Points
38 26 8 4 86 26 +60 86

 

 
 
REVIEW
 

In eleven previous Premier League campaigns Tottenham's 86 points would have seen them carry off the Premier League title, but for the second season running, we came up against a side who had an exceptional season.  And in a season when we finally said goodbye to White Hart Lane, it was fitting that Spurs went the whole Premier League season undefeated at home and finish second - the club's highest placing in the Premier League.


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FA CUP
 

A home draw against Championship side Aston Villa gave the relegated club an opportunity to test themselves against Premier League opposition and while they held out for 70 minutes against a Spurs side playing below their best having made a number of changes, Tottenham ran out 2-0 winners, with Villa being unadventurous in their approach.

The reward for beating Villa was a home tie against Wycombe Wanderers from League Two and it proved much tougher than the Third Round match.  With target man Adebayo Akinfenwa proving a difficult task for the young Spurs central defensive pairing, we were 0-2 down at half-time and only a substitute inspired comeback brought the scores level, by the Chairboys went ahead once more and with two minutes left, the League Two side looked as if they were going through.  However, a goal in the 88th minute from Dele Alli and a last second winner from Heung-Min Son saved Tottenham's face and took them to Fulham in Round Five.

 

Harry Kane put Tottenham into an early lead and went on to add two more in the second half to complete his hat-trick in front of the Spurs fans at Craven Cottage and it was more London opposition in the Sixth Round, with a home tie against Millwall.  The League One side had already knocked out two Premier League sides and were looking for their hat-trick, but it was Heung-Min Son who notched three in a 6-0 victory that rarely saw the Lions threaten.

 

A trip to Wembley in the semi-final matched Spurs with runaway league leaders Chelsea, who had won one and lost one against Spurs this season.  The game was probably a thrilling one for the neutral, with Spurs conceding an early goal, Kane drawing level before Son dived in on Moses to give a penalty to the Pensioners, making it 2-1 at the break.  Once more Spurs fought back with a well-taken Dele Alli goal, but it took two spectacular goals to win it for Chelsea.

 

 
 
 
LEAGUE CUP
 

Being drawn at home to Gillingham of League One in the Third Round gave Mauricio Pochettino an opportunity to give some fringe players playing time and a 5-0 win saw Cameron Carter-Vickers, Harry Winks, Josh Onomah and Marcus Edwards play.

 

The next round handed Tottenham a trip to Anfield and with both sides playing younger sides than in the Premier League, Liverpool's experienced striker Daniel Sturridge was the difference between the two sides, although Shayon Harrison had a late opportunity to take the tie to extra time, but it went the home team's way and Spurs were out.
 

 
 
 
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE/EUROPA LEAGUE
 

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PRE-SEASON/END OF SEASON TOUR
 

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Spurs flew out to Hong Kong to play a game against Kitchee SC for the AIA Cup, which Spurs won 4-1 scoring through Heung-Min Son, Vincent Janssen, Harry Kane and Kazaiah Sterling.

 

 

 

RECORDS.
 

The club achieved it's highest finish in the Premier League of second.

Tottenham earned a record high 71 points in the calendar year of 2016 beating the 70 of 2013.

They won 9 successive Premier League matches to set a new club record.

 

There was also a new record run of 14 successive home Premier League victories at White Hart Lane to the end of the season.

 

The team recorded a club Premier League record of points in a season = 86

The team recorded a club Premier League number of wins in a season = 26

 

The team recorded a club Premier League number of goals scored in a season = 86

 

Tottenham's goal difference of +60 is the highest in Premier League history for a non-title winning side.

Tottenham were the only club in top four leagues in England's to have three players score 20+ goals for them in all competitions this season (Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Heung-Min Son).

The 30 passes leading up to Christian Eriksen's first goal for Spurs against Hull City on 14th December 2016 were the most passes before a Premier League goal in the 2016-17 season.

Christian Eriksen assisted 15 goals for Tottenham in the Premier League this season - a record by a Spurs player in a Premier League campaign.

Harry Kane scored 17 home league goals this season, the highest number ever recorded by a Spurs player in a single Premier League season.


 

 
 
NOTES.
 

 

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STATS.
 

 

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RESERVES.
 

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Premier Reserve South League
Football Combination
Finished : -th

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

 

 

 

 
ACADEMY/YOUTH.
 

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Premier Academy League Group -
South East Counties Division 1
South East Counties Division 2
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.    -

 

7.    Heung-Min SON

 

8.    -

 

9.    Vincent JANSSEN

 

10.  Harry KANE

 

11.  Erik LAMELA

 

12.  Victor WANYAMA

 

13.  Michel VORM

 

14.  Georges-Kevin NKOUDOU

 

15.  Eric DIER

 

16.  Kieran TRIPPIER

 

17.  Moussa SISSOKO

 

18.  -

 

19.  Mousa DEMBELE

 

20.  DELE Alli

 

21.  -

 

22.  -

 

23.  Christian ERIKSEN

 

24.  -

 

25.  Josh ONOMAH

 

26.  -
 

27.  Kevin WIMMER

 

28.  -

 

29.  Harry WINKS

 

30.  Pau LOPEZ

 

31.  Luke McGEE

 

32.  -

 

33.  Ben DAVIES

 

34.  -

 

35.  -

 

36.  -

 

37.  Kyle WALKER-PETERS

 

38.  Cameron CARTER-VICKERS

 

39.  Shayon HARRISON

 

40.  Tom GLOVER

 

41.  Alfie WHITEMAN

 

42.  Nabil BENTALEB

 

43.  -

 

44.  Filip LESNIAK

 

45.  Anton WALKES

 

46.  Luke AMOS

 

47.  Will MILLER

 

48.  Marcus EDWARDS

 

 

 

 
 
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
Moussa SISSOKO (midfielder) 30,000,000 Newcastle United August 2016
Vincent JANSSEN (forward) 12,000,000 AZ Alkmaar (Holland) Date
Pau LOPEZ (goalkeeper) Loan Espanyol (Spain) Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) - From Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) - 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
       
-      

 

PLAYERS WHO LEFT IN THE SUMMER TRANSFER WINDOW BEFORE THE SEASON
 
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
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date

 

PLAYERS WHO LEFT IN THE WINTER TRANSFER WINDOW
 
Player Fee To Date
Tom CARROLL (midfielder) 4,500,000 Swansea City Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date

 

PLAYERS WHO LEFT ON LOAN
 
Luke McGEE (Peterborough United) Connor OGILVIE (Stevenage)
Luke AMOS (Southend United) Ryan LOFT (Stevenage)
Anton WALKES (Atlanta United - USA) Filip LESNIAK  (Slovan Lieberec - Czech Republic)
Federico FAZIO (AS Roma - Italy) -
Clinton N'JIE  (Marseille - France) -
Nabil BENTALEB  (Shcalke 04 - Germany) -
Shayon HARRISON (Yeovil Town) -
Will MILLER  (Burton Albion) -

 

 

NEW FIRST YEAR ACADEMY PLAYERS
- (-)
- (-)
- (-)
 
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- (-)
- (-)
 
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- (-)
- (-)
 

 

NEW STAFF
- (-)
- (-)
 
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- (-)

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
EXECUTIVE

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

NON-EXECUTIVE

- (Chairman)
-
-
-

 

CLUB STAFF
Company Secretary -
Club President -
Club Vice-Presidents -
-
-
Vice-Presidents -
-
-
-
-
-
 

 

CLUB MANAGEMENT
 
FIRST TEAM
Manager -
Assistant Manager -
First Team Coach -
First Team Assistant Coach -
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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