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The last weekend of Masters Cup 2004 qualification and what a weekend !
2,500 people crammed into the Planet Ice Arena, Milton Keynes to witness
some of the greatest legends do battle on the blue baize for their
chance of Masters Cup glory.
Masters, ever the bridesmaid in past Masters event, fielded a strong
side which saw Justin Edinburgh team up with Clive Wilson and Mark
Stimson to shore up the defence. Masters debutant Razor Ruddock joined
Mitchell Thomas and John Polston to control the midfield and with Terry
Gibson and Mark Robson up front, it was the balance of the Spurs Masters
squad that made the difference.
against Southampton in the first game, Spurs raced to a 3 - 1 lead, with
Edinburgh, Stimson and Wilson finding the net before Le Tissier’s
brilliance helped Saints recover to 3 - 3. Unperturbed, Spurs
re-organised and destroyed Portsmouth 5 -1 in their second game, Razor
and Robson with a brace apiece with Polston inflicting the sucker punch
late on. In their final game against arch-rivals Arsenal, Spurs
consolidated, knowing their place in the final was assured - a goal from
Mitchell Thomas levelled the game after Paul Davis had put the Gunners
final against Arsenal was pure theatre. Efficient passing in the
previous game by Spurs had worn out their bitter rivals and it showed,
as Spurs went on wave after wave of attack, springing their defence
numerous times to go in front. Moran netted twice, Ruddock, Robson,
Gibson and Thomas all chipped in with a goal each and if it wasn’t for
Martin Hayes’s consolation at the end, it could have been far worse
than the 6 - 1 mauling it ended up.
it was, Spurs went through and became the first Masters team in history
to register goals from every one of their nine outfield players.
it be Spurs name on the Masters Cup this year ? Find out this September
(see below for details)
MEHSTG was not sure why Peter Hucker was there (we found out he is a goalkeeping coach to the THFC Academy and qualifies as an employee of the club), but this is the Tottenham Hotspur Masters squad that took part in the Southern Masters tournament:
former Spurs players who have been involved in the Masters 2004
tournament so far have been …
nice people at the Masters Football organisation have offered MEHSTG 10
pairs of tickets to attend the Grand Final.
The Final takes place on Sunday 5th September 2004 at the Hallam
FM Stadium in Sheffield and you can be there by answering a simple
player in the squad mentioned in this article played the most games for
Answers should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com by August 28th. The tickets are for entry to the event only and winners will have to arrange their own transport to and from the venue.
not lucky enough to win tickets can still go to the Grand Final,
can go simply by forwarding a cheque with their details quoting "ref:
Spurs Masters" in order to get their discounted £5 tickets.
your money cheque, made payable to "Hallam FM Arena",
Please enclose a covering letter stating the show and date you wish to book for, giving alternatives where possible. All postal sales are subject to a booking fee (contact the box office for details).
Or you can find out more by calling the ticket hotline on 0114 256 56 56 or visiting the website for booking details.
could also help charity by doing so, as TicketAid
will be working in partnership with Football Masters Ltd.
Tickets purchased for the event through
will be at the face value of £15 for adults and £10 per junior.
will then donate the equivalent of 25% of the ticket price to a good
cause of your choice.
So, the more Spurs supporters that see the Grand Final under the TicketAid scheme the greater the donation for your good cause.
Grand Final will see legends from
FC compete against legends from seven other clubs including Everton,
Chelsea, Wolves, Coventry City, Liverpool, Middlesbrough & Rangers
who have all qualified in their regional finals.
further details on the above event or to confirm your group booking,
please call 01926
49 84 84.
Spurs squad for the final will be : -
1. Hans Segers
2. Mark Stimson
3. Justin Edinburgh
4. Clive Wilson
5. Neil Ruddock
6. Mitchell Thomas
7. John Polston
8. Paul Moran
9. Mark Robson
10. Andy Sinton
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