season 1981-1982

 

 
 
RESULTS.

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

What could have been one of the greatest seasons in Tottenham's history saw them end up with one piece of silverware, when more looked on the cards as the season drew to an end.

 

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FA CUP
 

Garth Crooks saw Spurs through Round 3 with a goal against Pat Jennings to knock Arsenal out at the Lane and then another to see off Leeds United at home in the next round.  A home tie in the next round against Aston Villa was settled by a Mark Falco goal setting up a quarter final at Chelsea.  A goal from Mike Fillery two minutes before half-time gave the home side the lead, but Steve Archibald equalised just after the break.  Spurs went into a 3-1 lead with long range shots form Glenn Hoddle and Micky Hazard, but Alan Mayes pulled a goal back with an immediate response, although Tottenham held on to progress to the semi-final.

 

There they faced Leicester City at Villa Park a day after war broke out in the Falkland Islands, so the two Argentineans took a lot of stick from the opposition fans.  However, Ossie Ardiles played his part in the 2-0 win with Crooks netting again and Tommy Wilson scored an own goal with 14 minutes remaining, putting Spurs into the final where they would meet Second Division QPR, managed by Terry Venables. 

 

A dour game saw Spurs take the lead through Glenn Hoddle in extra time, but a header five minutes from the end of extra time from Terry Fenwick took the game to a replay.  In contrast to the first game, Hoddle scored an early penalty after Tony Currie had felled Graham Roberts in the box and Peter Hucker, the QPR goalie was the man of the match as Spurs had the better of what decent play there was to retain the FA Cup.

 

 
 
 
LEAGUE CUP
 

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In the final, Tottenham faced Liverpool and took an eleventh minute goal when Archibald beat Grobbelaar and with Tottenham looking set to beat the Merseysiders, Ronnie Whelan scored towards the end of normal time to take the match into an extra thirty minutes.  The Spurs players' legs were going and  Tottenham lost Tony Galvin to a bad tackle. Looking fresher for scoring the equaliser, Liverpool went on to win 3-1 in the last eight minutes of extra time with another goal from Whelan and Rush.

 

 
 
 
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS CUP
 

A brutal display from Barcelona prevented Spurs from reaching the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup.  Having kicked Spurs from pillar to post at White Hart Lane and achieving an undeserved 1-1 draw with a goal from distance that went through Clemence's hands, it was a single goal at the Nou Camp from Allan Simonsen that put them through to the final, while Tottenham's fans received awful treatment on their visit to Spain.

 

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PRE-SEASON/END OF SEASON TOUR
 

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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
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ACADEMY/YOUTH.
 

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

MANAGER : -   Keith BURKINSHAW

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SCORERS.
 

 

LEAGUE

 

Garth CROOKS 12 Micky HAZARD        5 Steve PERRYMAN        1
Glenn HODDLE 10 Garry BROOKE 4 Own goal 1
Ricky VILLA 8 Tony GALVIN 3 - -
Steve ARCHIBALD 6 Ossie ARDILES 2 - -
Graham ROBERTS 6 Chris HUGHTON 2 - -
Mark FALCO 5 Pat CORBETT 1 - -

 


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PLAYER TOTALS

  

Player League FA Cup League Cup Others Total
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

 

 

 
 
APPEARANCES
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Player League FA Cup League Cup Others
Milija ALEKSIC 2      
Steve ARCHIBALD 25 + 1 as a sub      
Pat CORBETT 3 + 1 as a sub      
Ian CROOK 3 + 1 as a sub      
Garth CROOKS 27      
Ossie ARDILES 26      
Garry BROOKE 12 + 4 as a sub      
Ray CLEMENCE 38      
Ally DICK 1      
Mark FALCO 21      
Tony GALVIN 32      
Terry GIBSON 1      
Micky HAZARD 26 + 2 as a sub      
Glenn HODDLE 34      
CHris HUGHTON 37      
Chris JONES 3 + 4 as a sub      
John LACY 7 + 5 as a sub      
Paul MILLER 35      
Gary O'REILLY 4 + 1 as a sub      
Tony PARKS 2      
Steve PERRYMAN 42      
Paul PRICE 18 + 3 as a sub      
Graham ROBERTS 35 + 2 as a sub      
Gordon Smith 1 + 1 as a sub      
Ricky VILLA 26 + 1 as a sub      

 

 

 

NEW PLAYERS
 
SUMMER
Player Fee From Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) - From Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) - From Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) - From 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
       
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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
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date
- (goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/forward) To Date

 

PLAYERS WHO LEFT ON LOAN
 
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NEW FIRST YEAR ACADEMY PLAYERS
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
EXECUTIVE

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

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CLUB STAFF
Company Secretary -
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CLUB MANAGEMENT
 
FIRST TEAM
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Assistant Manager -
First Team Coach -
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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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