spurs v west ham united match reports

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25.10.2017 League Cup.  For a match report, click here.
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Spurs - Baardsen; Walker; Carr, Young, Campbell, Taricco; Freund, Sherwood, Anderton (Nielsen), Ginola; Iversen (Armstrong), Dominguez
Unused subs. : -  Baardsen, Nilsen, Fox
West Ham -  Keller, Ferdinand, Pearce, Lampard, Moncur, Berkovic, Sinclair, Wright
Unused subs. : -  
Ref. : - Uriah Rennie (Sheffield)
Attendance : 38,089

28.11.1998 Premier League.  For a match report, click here.
17.01.1998 With Spurs perilously close to the bottom of the table, we needed the points from this derby at the Lane.  With seven minutes on the clock, Wilson stopped the ball from going out and fed Ginola, who crossed for Jurgen Klinsmann to put Spurs one up.

Sinton made Craig Forrest dive to save a snapshot and Ginola curled a shot just wide of the target.  Old boy John Moncur called Espen Baardsen into action to keep the Irons out and the Norwegian keeper also denied Lampard from a free-kick and Lazaridis with an athletic one handed save.  Just before half-time, Samassi Abou had a touch-line flare up where he aimed a kick at Ramon Vega and was dismissed by the referee.

In the second half, Spurs pressed into the West Ham half and Ginola, Howells, Fox and Berti all had shots that narrowly failed to give Tottenham an extension to their lead and Campbell headed against the post.  Other chances flew by with Sinton missing with three shots and a header and it was nearly costly, as Baardsen made two saves at the end from Unsworth and Lampard to maintain a clean sheet and give Spurs three precious points.

Spurs - Baardsen; Carr, Vega, Campbell, Wilson; Sinton, Fox (Brady 80), Calderwood (Howells 59), Ginola (Dominguez 65); Klinsmann, Berti
Unused subs. : -  Brown, Mabbutt
West Ham -  Craig Forrest; Stuart Pearce, Steve Potts, Rio Ferdinand, David Unsworth; Eyal Berkovic (Glyn Hodges 85), John Moncur; Frank Lampard, Stan Lazaridis (Ian Dowie 46);
Samassi Abou, John Hartson
Unused subs. : -  Bernard Lama, Keith Rowland, Ian Bishop
Ref. : - David Elleray (Harrow)
Attendance : 30,284

13.08.1997 Les Ferdinand scored his first Tottenham goal, but it could not stop Tottenham losing 1-2 at Upton Park to West Ham United.

Losing a fourth minute goal to John Hartson and then the injured Sol Campbell early in this Premier League match unbalanced Spurs.  Walker was beaten when Hartson hit a shot from Stan Lazaridis' cross, but was then on hand to save from both Hartson and Paul Kitson.

A series of good saves from Ian Walker in denying Hartson and Paul Kitson kept Spurs in the game, and Eyal Berkovic and Rio Ferdinand both had efforts off target. As the half went on, Tottenham got into the game more and Allan Nielsen was prevented an equaliser by a fine one handed save out of Ludek Miklosko.  Steffen Iversen had a couple of opportunities that went close too.

After the break, the game swung from end to end and Miklosko was in action to dive at Les Ferdinand's feet and central defender Marc Rieper tackled Nielsen just as he was about to shoot, while at the other end Hartson went very close with a diving header that was just too high.  Kitson had somehow put a header over the bar from close in before debutant Berkovic added to West Ham's lead with a run through and shot from Lazaridis' pass, despite a suspicion of handball by the Israeli midfielder

Ferdinand reduced the arrears in the 83rd minute with his first Spurs goal - steering in substitute Andy Sinton's low cross and a point was the least Spurs deserved for piling on the pressure, when Ramon Vega was twice foiled by the Hammers' goalkeeper.  However, as Spurs threw everything forward, they had to rely on the crossbar to keep out Frank Lampard's shot in the last minute.

Teams : 
West Ham -  
Miklosko, Potts, R. Ferdinand, Rieper, Breacker, Lomas, Moncur (Lampard 85), Lazaridis, Berkovic, Hartson (Dowie 88), Litson (Hughes 90).
Unused sub. : - Sealey, Rowland

Spurs -  Walker, Carr, Campbell (Clemence 17), Vega, Edinburgh, Howells, Nielsen (Sinton 78), Scales, Ginola, Iversen, Ferdinand
Unused subs. : -  Baardsen, Calderwood, Fenn
Attendance : -  25,354

Ref. : - Stephen Lodge (Barnsley)
Weather : - Warm
 

24.02.1997 A seven goal thriller saw struggling West Ham United take the three points at Upton Park.

Teddy Sheringham gave Tottenham a seventh minute lead in this London derby, when Darren Anderton won the ball in midfield, finding Stephen Carr on the right wing.  The defender put in a fierce cross that Sheringham got his head to, some 15 yards out and planted the ball past a static Ludek Miklosko.  

However, Julian Dicks with a free header from a corner from the left in the 21st minute and Paul Kitson getting ahead of Walker to head in from a corner on the right a minute later gave the Hammers a 2-1 lead.   Following Sheringham's header on from Walker's long kick and Iversen's pass to put Darren Anderton through, he lobbed over the Irons keeper in the 29th minute to equalise, but this did not last long, with Paul Hartson restoring the home advantage in the 38th minute, with yet another free header, this time at the far post from a left wing free-kick. 

Sheringham held the ball up in the 53rd minute and laid to off to David Howells, who played despite the death of his father in the lead up to the game and he side-footed the ball into the bottom corner from 25 yards out to once more put the teams level.  With 18 minutes left, the midfielder fouled Hartson in the area to allow the Irons to take a decisive 4-3 lead with Dicks scoring from the spot by blasting it down the centre of the goal.

Teams : 
West Ham -   Miklosko; Breaker, Potts, Ferdinand, Dicks; Hughes, Moncur, Bishop, Bowen; Kitson, Hartson
Subs. : -   Dowie,
Spurs : -   I. Walker, Carr, Calderwood, S. Campbell, C. Wilson; Sinton, Howells, Anderton, Austin; Sheringham, Iversen
Subs. : -  Nielsen, Rosenthal
Referee : -  Gary Willard (Worthing)
Attendance : -  23,998

02.11.1996 Chris Armstrong beat Julian Dicks to a ball to poke it past Miklosko for the decisive goal in this Premier League meeting at White Hart Lane.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Walker; Carr, Campbell, Calderwood, Edinburgh; Howells, Wilson, Nielsen, R. Allen (Rosenthal 90); Sheringham, Armstrong
Unused subs. : -  Baardsen, Austin, Nethercott, Dozzell
West Ham -  Ludo Miklosko; Tim Breaker, Slaven Bilic, Marc Rieper, Julian Dicks; Ian Bishop, Michael Hughes, Stan Lazaridis, John Moncur (Paulo Futre 76); Ian Dowie, Hugo Porfirio
Unused subs. : -  Shilton, Potts, Lampard, Dumitrescu
Attendance : -  32,999

12.02.1996 .

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Unused subs. : -  
West Ham - 
Unused subs. : -  
Attendance : -  29,781

30.08.1995 The spoils were shared as the teams finished the game with a goal apiece at Upton Park in this Premier League meeting.

The home team went ahead with 25 minutes gone, as a fierce 25 yard free-kick from Don Hutchison ripped past Ian Walker.  Spurs equalised later in the first half when David Howells set up Ronny Rosenthal to shoot home on the turn from inside the box.

Tottenham looked the better side in the second half, with Darren Anderton coming on as a substitute to inspire chances for Chris Armstrong and Rosenthal that almost won the game.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Ludek Miklosko, Tim Breacker, Julian Dicks, Steve Potts, Marc Rieper, Martin Allen, John Moncur, Ian Bishop, Don Hutchison (Jeroen Boere), Robbie Slater,
Unused subs. : -  
Spurs -  Walker, Austin, Calderwood, Mabbutt (c), Wilson, Howells, McMahon (Anderton), Dozzell, Rosenthal, Sheringham, Armstrong
Unused subs. : -   Thorstvedt, Scott
Attendance : -  23,516

14.01.1995 Although Spurs let in their first goal in six matches, they went on to win this game at Upton Park 2-1 against West Ham United.

It was Jeroen Boere who gave West Ham the lead and it sparked Spurs into life, with Teddy Sheringham capitalising on a mistake by goalkeeper Ludek Miklosko, who could not get Darren Anderton's 58th minute free-kick clear.  Spurs went on to get the winning goal with eleven minutes remaining, as Nick Barmby put Jurgen Klinsmann away to slot the ball past Miklosko to make it 2-1.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Ludek Miklosko, Tim Breacker, Kenny Brown, Steve Potts, Alvin Martin, Ian Bishop, John Moncur, Matt Holmes (Trevor Morley 85), Michael Hughes (Martin Allen 73), Tony Cottee, Jeroen Boere
Unused subs. : -  
Spurs -   Walker, Austin   , Calderwood, Mabbutt (c), Campbell (Edinburgh 76), Popescu, Howells, Anderton, Barmby, Klinsmann, Sheringham

Ref. :  Brian Hill ()
Attendance : -  24,57
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29.10.1994 Ossie Ardiles' last game in charge saw Tottenham beat their East London opponents West Ham United 3-1 at White Hart Lane.

Jurgen Klinsmann passed out to the right to find Nick Barmby and his return cross was turned in to put Spurs ahead in the 18th minute, although just before the interval, Matthew Rush shot home past Erik Thorstvedt to pull the Irons level.

Justin Edinburgh's first half injury saw him replaced at half time by Teddy Sheringham and when Tony Cottee missed a simple chance, it was the Spurs striker who volleyed home from 20 yards to put Tottenham back in the lead three minutes into the second half. Nick Barmby completed the scoring in the 63rd minute, when he finished off Sheringham's delicate chip over the back line to set him in on goal.

Spurs : - Thorstvedt, Edinburgh (Sheringham 46), Popescu, Campbell, Campbell, Kerslake, Mabbutt, Dozzell, Hazard (Hill 82), Barmby, Dumitrescu, Klinsmann
Unused sub. : - Walker
West Ham United : -  Ludek Miklosko, Julian Dicks, Alvin Martin, Steve Potts, Keith Rowland, Ian Bishop (Lee Chapman 68), Martin Allen (Adrian Whitbread 90), Matthew Rush, Mike Marsh, Tony Cottee, Don Hutchison
Unused sub. : -  Ian Feuer

Crowd : - 26,271
Ref. : - Kelvin Morton (Suffolk)
Weather : - Overcast.
 
04.04.1994 Sheringham scored for Spurs, but goals from Mike Marsh, Steve Jones and two (one penalty) from Trevor Morley handed the Irons the points at White Hart Lane.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Walker, Kerslake, Mabbutt, Campbell, Scott, Samways, Sedgley, Barmby, Dozzell (Howells 65), Anderton, Rosenthal (Sheringham 50)
West Ham -  Ludek Miklosko, Tim Breaker, Keith Rowland, Tony Gale   , Steve Potts, Ian Bishop, Peter Butler (Steve Jones), Matthew Rush   , Mike Marsh, Matt Holmes, Trevor Morley
Unused sub. : -  
Ref. : -  Phillip Don ()
Attendance : -  31,502

26.09.1993 .
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Spurs -  
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26.10.1991 Spurs crashed to West Ham with Gordon Durie dismissed to add to the club's miseries.

A fifth minute lead was handed to Spurs, when Gary Lineker breached the Irons' defence.  However, Mike Small drew West Ham level on 12 minutes and then former Spur Mitchell Thomas struck the winner for the home side just before the half hour.

Tottenham were reduced to ten men when Durie was red-carded for a foul and the score-line remained unchanged despite both teams creating opportunities.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Ludek Miklosko, Steve Potts, Tim Breacker, Tony Gale, Mitchell Thomas, Ian Bishop, Kevin Keen, George Parris, Stuart Slater, Frank McAvennie, Mike Small
Spurs -  Thorstvedt, Sedgley, van den Hauwe, Mabbutt (c), Edinburgh, P. Allen, Nayim, Samways, Stewart, Durie   , Lineker
Attendance : - 23,946

01.04.1989 .

Teams : 
Spurs -  
West Ham -  
Attendance : -   28,275

17.12.1988 Two irregular scorers gave Tottenham a much needed win at Upton Park in this First Division encounter.

In the 23rd minute, Gary Mabbutt broke up a West Ham attack and passing the ball through Paul Walsh and Chris Waddle, surged forward to end the move with a crashing volley past McKnight in the Irons goal.

Spurs lost the influential presence of Paul Gascoigne at the break and it was left to Walsh to set up Mitchell Thomas for a long range shot that flew in on 68 minutes to give Spurs a cushion.  West Ham pushed to get back in the match, but Mimms was inspired in keeping the home side at bay to earn Tottenham the points.

Teams : 
West Ham -   Allen McKnight, Steve Potts, Tony Gale, Alvin Martin, Liam Brady, Alan Devonshire (Kevin Keen), Alan Dickens, Paul Ince, George Parris, David Kelly, Leroy Rosenior
Spurs -  Mimms, Butters, Fairclough, Mabbutt, M. Thomas, Fenwick, Walsh (Robson), Gascoigne (Polston), Waddle, Stewart, C. Allen 
Attendance : - 28,365

28.12.1987 An 11.30 a.m. kick off saw Tottenham jump over West Ham after they had won this post-Christmas First Division derby match.

A rocket of a free-kick from Chris Waddle gave Spurs the lead, while defender Chris Fairclough headed a second to give Spurs some breathing room in the frantic action.  Paul Hilton managed a consolation for the Irons late on.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Parks, Hughton, Mitchell Thomas, Fairclough, Hodge, Stevens (Close), Moran (Statham), Ardiles, P. Allen, Waddle, Howells
West Ham -   Tom McAlistair, Ray Stewart, Paul Hilton, Billy Bonds, Liam Brady, Paul Ince, Kevin Keen, George Parris, Stewart Robson, Mark Ward, Tony Cottee.
Attendance : 41,995

02.02.1987

The Fifth round League Cup replay at White Hart Lane burst into life with a torrent of goals.  The visitors had a couple of good chances to get off the mark through Billy Bonds (who was starting for the first time in two years), before Ardiles played in Nico Claesen to swing the ball past Phil Parkes.  Glenn Hoddle added a 71st minute goal and  then Paul Allen, playing against his old club created a couple of goals for cousin Clive, who then went on to complete a nine minute hat-trick with a penalty.

Teams : 
Spurs - Clemence, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Gough, Mabbutt, Waddle, Hoddle, Ardiles, P. Allen, C. Allen, Claesen
West Ham -  Phil Parkes, Billy Bonds, George Parris (Paul Hilton), Tony Gale, Alvin Martin, Neil Orr, Stewart Robson, Alan Devonshire, Mark Ward, Frank McAvennie, Tony Cottee.
Attendance : 41,995

27.01.1987

Postponed from six days before, because of the cold weather, this Fifth round League Cup tie saw early goal line clearances from efforts by Glenn Hoddle and Clive Allen, before Allen scored in the 38th minute after the ball passed through Ardiles and Paul Allen to set him up.  Gough had averted an equaliser by clearing off the line from McAvennie, although it was shortly followed by Cottee's goal, forcing home Dickens' 48th minute blocked shot.

Chances at both end continued to arrive, but the tie ended drawn and a replay was required.

Teams : 
Spurs - Clemence, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Gough, Mabbutt, Waddle, Hoddle, Ardiles, Galvin, P. Allen, C. Allen
West Ham -   Phil Parkes, Steve Walford, George Parris, Paul Hilton, Alvin Martin, Alan Dickens, Stewart Robson, Alan Devonshire, Mark Ward, Frank McAvennie, Tony Cottee .
Attendance : 28,648

26.12.1986 A simple 4-0 win for Spurs over West Ham United at White Hart Lane soured the East Enders' Christmas celebrations.

Debutant Steve Hodge made a very good start in a Spurs shirt, with a dynamic midfield performance and a goal, with Clive Allen's brace and a Chris Waddle strike making it a claret and blue Christmas for the Irons.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Clemence, D. Thomas, Gough, Mabbutt (c),  M. Thomas (Ardiles), P. Allen, Galvin, Hoddle, Hodge, Waddle, C. Allen
West Ham -  Phil Parkes, Steve Potts, Steve Walford (Paul Hilton), Alvin Martin, Neil Orr, George Parris, Alan Dickens, Alan Devonshire, Mark Ward, Frank McAvennie, Tony Cottee .
Attendance : -   39,019

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Teams : 
Spurs -  
West Ham -  
Attendance : -   ,

26.12.1984 Four goals and two points shared by the teams in this Boxing Day First Division match.

Garth Crooks and Gary Mabbutt netted for Tottenham, but Tony Cottee and substitute Paul Goddard brought the score level for the Irons.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Clemence, Hughton (Hazard), Miller, Roberts, Mabbutt, Perryman (c), Stevens, Galvin, Crooks, Falco, Chiedozie
West Ham -  Tom McAlister, Paul Brush, Tony Gale, Alvin Martin, Neil Orr, Paul Hilton, Paul Allen, Alan Dickens, Geoff Pike, Tony Cottee, Dave Swindlehurst (Paul Goddard)
Attendance : - 37,198

20.11.1982 Second place West Ham came to White Hart Lane and were left suffering a loss inflicted by a Steve Archibald double.

The Irons had actually taken the lead in the first half, when Belgian Francois van der Elst broke away to slot home.  Ten minutes after the interval, Archibald capitalised on a mistake by former Spur Jimmy Neighbour to level the scores, then Chris Hughton smashed a shot past Phil Parkes, but it bounced out off the post.  It was left for goal poacher Archibald to win the game for tenth place Tottenham with a late strike.

Teams : 
Spurs -   Clemence, Hughton, O'Reilly, Price, Mabbutt, Perryman (c) (Brooke), Hazard, Hoddle, Villa, Archibald, Crooks
West Ham -  Phil Parkes, Ray Stewart, Alvin Martin, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard, Paul Allen, Jimmy Neighbour, Geoff Pike, Francois van der Elst, Sandy Clark, Paul Goddard
Unused sub. : -
Attendance : - 41,960

02.12.1980 Second Division West Ham won this encounter in the Fifth Round of the League Cup with a single goal from David Cross, netting an 81st minute header.   Spurs appeared to have escaped a penalty shout when Chris Hughton was alleged to have handled in the area, but Cross' header high into the net beat Steve Perryman on the goal-line.  The Tottenham run had seen them play all their games in London.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Parkes, Stewart, Lampard, Bonds, Martin, Devonshire, Dickens, Holland, Brooking, Pike, Cross, Goddard.
Spurs - Daines, Hughton, McAllister, Lacy, Perryman, Villa, Hoddle, Ardiles, Yorath, Archibald, Crooks
Attendance : 36,235

01.01.1977 New Years Day was celebrated by Spurs fans who saw goals from Osgood and Duncan give them a 2-1 win over the Irons.

Spurs had been rocked by a third minute goal from Trevor Brooking, which West Ham held onto until half-time.  The England midfielder's free-kick from the right evaded Robson and Goddard in the middle, with the former taking Jennings out as the ball went into the net.  John Pratt had a header blocked in a crowded goalmouth when he met Peter Taylor's corner, Green almost lobbed his own keeper from 25 yards and Taylor hit the side=netting with a left foot shot from the left of the goal. 

Into the second half, Spurs started to take the initiative and Billy Bonds pulled back Alfie Conn as he ran into the box for the linesman to flag for a spot-kick.  Keith Osgood's penalty, blasted down the middle of the goal as Day went to his left in the 51st minute got Spurs  on level terms.   Ralph Coates' corner was headed out to Conn on the 18 yard line and his low shot was just pushed wide by Mervyn Day, but John Duncan's strike on the hour proved enough for Spurs to seal the win.  Jennings' long kick was headed on by Duncan, with Conn touching the ball back into his path to bend home a left foot shot from 20 yards into the bottom corner of the net.

Teams : 
Spurs -  P. Jennings, Naylor, Osgood, Perryman (c
pt), Gorman, Hoddle, Pratt, Coates, P. Taylor, Duncan, Conn
Unused sub. : - Chris Jones 
Manager : - Keith Burkinshaw
West Ham -  Mervyn Day, Kevin Lock, Bill Green, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds (cpt), Frank Lampard, Trevor Brooking, Keith Robson, John Radford (Anton Otulakowski 46), Bryan Robson, Billy Jennings
Manager : - Ron Greenwood
Team Manager : - John Lyall
Ref. : - K. Burns (Dudley)
Linesmen : - Mr. J. T. Kensett (Surrey) - Red flag; Mr. T. Maber (Middlesex) - Yellow flag
Attendance : -   44,972

Weather permitting, the London final of the London Weekend TV Penalty Prize competition was to be held.

No. 2 shirt (royal blue) Hertfordshire Paul Waites (13) St. Michael's RC School, Watford
No. 3 shirt (white) Inner London Richard Smith (13) Eltham Green School, Blackheath
No. 4 shirt (sky blue) Kent Trevor Luke (14) Ridgeway School, Tonbridge
No. 5 shirt (gold) Middlesex Tony Moore (14) Cardinal Newman School, Ealing
No. 6 shirt (red) Surrey James Bolton (14) Garth High School, Merton
 

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Unused sub. : -  
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06.11.1976 Spurs crashed to a defeat at Upton Park in an eight goal London Derby with West Ham United grateful to their goalkeeper Mervyn Day before going on to a big win.

A fine save by Mervyn Day in the Irons goal kept Spurs out in the 14th minute, but Bryan 'Pop' Robson and Billy Bonds scored to give the home side a 2-0 lead.  A 12 yard John Duncan header brought Spurs back into the game on 40 minutes, but goals from Trevor Brooking (54 mins), Billy Jennings and Alan Curbishley put Tottenham 1-5 behind.  Tottenham were not giving up and Glenn Hoddle scored to kick start a comeback, with Keith Osgood converting from the penalty spot (his fourth successful spot-kick of the season) to make it 3-5.

Spurs were hoping to make it even closer, but despite a valiant finish, the West Ham defence managed to prevent any further goals.

Teams : 
West Ham - 
Mervyn Day, Kevin Lock, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds (c), Frank Lampard, Alan Devonshire, Alan Curbishley, Trevor Brooking, Billy Jennings, Bryan Robson, Geoff Pike
Unused sub. : -  
Spurs -  Daines; Naylor, Young, Osgood, McAllister, Hoddle, Perryman
(cpt), Pratt, Taylor (Coates), Conn, Duncan
Attendance : -    28,997
Ref. : - 
 

07.02.1976 Spurs were held 1-1 at home by West Ham United in the First Division.

In the first half, Tottenham created a number of chances, with John Duncan forcing Mervyn Day to two good saves, while Don McAllister went close with another opening.

Martin Chivers had just replaced Jimmy Neighbour halfway through the second half when Spurs went ahead thanks to Duncan's fine
68th minute header from 12 yards out at the Paxton Road end, but that only lasted for nine minutes.  West Ham roared back at Spurs and Alan Taylor drove in a shot and Pat Jennings could only palm it aside, leaving Trevor Brooking the opportunity to shoot home and grab a point for the Irons.  In the remaining 12 minutes, there were opportunities for the Irons to have won it with a strong finish.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Jennings, Naylor, McAllister, Pratt, Young, Osgood, Coates, Perryman (cpt), Duncan, Chris Jones, Neighbour (Chivers)
Unused sub. : -  
West Ham - 
Mervyn Day, Keith Coleman, Mick McGiven, Tommy Taylor, Frank Lampard, Trevor Brooking, Pat Holland, Graham Paddon, Billy Jennings, Keith Robson, Alan Taylor
Attendance : -    32,823


Goal times
First goal 67m 45s
Second goal 74m 37m
 

24.11.1975 West Ham United put up brave resistance in keeping Spurs at bay during 90 minutes of the League Cup Fourth Round replay, but two goals in extra time won Spurs the right to face Doncaster Rovers in the next round.

The League Cup Fourth round replay had an unscheduled stop, when the floodlights failed after about 25 minutes and were not switched on again for another period of the same time.  When they did, they shed light on a disappointing game, where neither side could score in the regulation 90 minutes, so the tie went into extra time.

It was a frenetic match with few clear chances to score and Spurs lost Don McAllister to injury, with Cyril Knowles coming on as a substitute.
With no score during the match, it went into extra time and with 11 minutes played, John Duncan struck a fine goal to put Tottenham into the lead. When Willie Young headed Jimmy Neighbour's corner in 11 minutes from time, Spurs were far enough ahead to progress with the Hammers left out and down.
 

Teams : 
West Ham - Day, McDowell, Lampard, Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Lock, Paddon, Holland, Brooking (Jennings), Alan Taylor, Robson
Spurs - Jennings, Naylor, Young, Osgood, McAllister (Knowles), Perryman
(cpt), Pratt, Coates, Neighbour, Duncan, Chris Jones
Attendance : - 38,443

 

12.11.1975 Stalemate in this fourth round League Cup tie as First Division leaders West Ham faced a fierce opening to the game with John Duncan hitting a shot narrowly wide.  The Irons came back into matters with a near own goal by an Osgood header.

In the second half, the visitors again faced an onslaught, but efforts from Coates, Jones, Duncan and an Osgood free-kick all failed to hit the target, leaving West Ham with a late chance to win it, but Brooking could not find the goal from 12 yards out.

Teams : 
Spurs - Jennings, Naylor, Young, Osgood, McAllister, Perryman
(cpt), Pratt, Coates, Neighbour, Duncan (Conn), Chris Jones
West Ham - Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Kevin Lock, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Coleman, Graham Paddon, Pat Holland, Trevor Brooking, Alan Taylor, Robson
Attendance : -   49,125
 

25.08.1975  Spurs were undone by a single West Ham United goal at the Boleyn Ground in this First Division meeting.

Keith Robson scored a few seconds before the half-time whistle and while Spurs had several scoring chances, the Irons managed to keep them at bay to run out 1-0 winners.

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Teams : 
West Ham -   Marvyn Day, John McDowell, Kevin Lock, Tommy Taylor, Frank Lampard, Trveor Brooking, Pat Holland, Graham Paddon, Billy Jennings, Keith Robson, Alan Taylor
Unused sub. : - 
Spurs - Jennings, Naylor, Knowles, Pratt, Osgood, McAllister, Conn, Perryman (cpt), Chivers, Chris Jones, Duncan (McNab 70)
Attendance : -   35,914
Ref. - (-)

26.12.1974 Spurs travelled the short distance to West Ham United on Boxing Day and picked up an away point in a 1-1 draw, with Martin Peters scoring the Tottenham goal against his old club.
Keith Robson scored for West Ham.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Keith Coleman, Kevin Lock, Tommy Taylor, Frank Lampard, Trevor Brooking, Graham Paddon, Bobby Gould, Billy Jennings (Alan Taylor), Keith Robson
Spurs - Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Pratt, England, Naylor, Coates, Perryman, Chivers, Peters (cpt), Duncan
Unused sub. : - Naylor
Attendance : -   37,682
Ref. Gordon Kew (Amersham)

14.09.1974 Spurs won this First Division meeting 2-1 at White Hart Lane.

Mike England headed Spurs ahead from a Cyril Knowles corner and then Jimmy Neighbour went close to adding another goal with a powerful volley that flew narrowly over the bar before Martin Chivers added a second for Tottenham.  Frank Lampard pulled a goal back for West Ham, but it was not enough for the Irons.

Teams : 
Spurs - Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Pratt, England, Beal, Neighbour, Perryman, Chivers, Peters (cpt), Coates
Sub. : - Naylor
West Ham - Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Frank Lampard, Billy Bonds (cpt), Tommy Taylor, Kevin Lock, Trevor Brooking, Graham Paddon, Billy Jennings, Pat Holland, Clyde Best
Ref. Mr. Ray Tinkler (Boston, Lincolnshire)
Linesmen : Mr. C. F. Attwell (Lincs) - Red flag; Mr. J. Byles (Oxon) - Yellow flag
Attendance : -   27,959

Goal times

First goal 55m 58s
Second goal 72m 40s
Third goal 77m 11s
 

29.12.1973 On the last Saturday of December West Ham visited White Hart Lane and left on the end of a 2-0 defeat.

Spurs lost Ralph Coates with a bad injury to his leg in the 65th minute that kept him out for the remainder of the season, but goals from John Pratt and Martin Chivers in the second half gave Tottenham the victory.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Jennings, Evans, England, Beal, Naylor, Pratt, Perryman, Coates (McGrath 65), Gilzean, Peters (cpt), Chivers
West Ham -  Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Frank Lampard, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Bobby Moore, Mick McGiven, Graham Paddon, Bobby Gould, Keith Coleman (Pat Holland), Clyde Best
Attendance : -   33,176
Ref. : - Keith Styles (Barnsley)

08.09.1973 Spurs beat West Ham on their own turf in this First Division London derby with a single goal.

Spurs went close with Martin Peters shooting just wide when clear through in the second half, but it was strike partner Martin Chivers' mis-hit shot after being set up by Alan Gilzean in the 65th minute that beat Bobby Ferguson to give Spurs both points.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Ferguson, McDowell, Moore, Holland,
Spurs -   Jennings, Evans, Dillon, Beal, Knowles, Neighbour, Perryman, Coates, Gilzean (Kinnear), Peters, Chivers
Attendance : -   30,888

26.12.1972 Spurs travelled to East London to face West Ham at Upton Park in a Boxing Day fixture.

Martin Peters headed in the first goal from ten yards out, managing to net past the keeper and Frank Lampard right in front of him and Bobby Moore and another defender on the line.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Bobby Ferguson, John McDowell, Kevin Lock, Bobby Moore, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard, Trevor Brooking, Pat Holland, Clyde Best, Bryan Robson
Spurs -  Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Naylor, Dillon, Perryman (c), Coates, Pearce, Peters, Pratt, Chivers
Attendance : -   ,
 

23.09.1972 Spurs won this London derby 1-0 at WHL after being given a scare by the Irons when Bryan Robson hit the angle with a fierce shot.

The winning goal came right near the end of the match from a Jimmy Pearce corner.  Mike England flicked on, but in trying to clear, Frank Lampard senior could only steer the ball into his own net past Peter Grotier.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Pratt, England, Beal, Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Peters (cpt) (Coates 46), Pearce
West Ham -   Peter Grotier, John McDowell (John Charles 84), Frank Lampard, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Bobby Moore (cpt), Dudley Tyler, Clyde Best, Pat Holland, Trevor Brooking, Bryan Robson

Kit : - Claret and blue shirts, white shorts, white socks
Ref. : - Mr. V. James (Yorkshire)
Linesmen : - Mr. M. J. Taylor (Kent) Red flag; Mr. R. S. Lewis (Hants).

Attendance : -   51,291
 

01.04.1972 West Ham United enjoyed a 2-0 win over Tottenhama t Upton Park as the two sides met in the First Division.
 

Teams : 
West Ham - 
Spurs - 
Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Pratt, P. Collins, Naylor (Morgan), Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Peters, Pearce
Attendance : -   ,

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27.12.1971 Clyde Best scored the only goal of the game to settle this London derby in West Ham United's favour.
 
 

Teams : 
Spurs : - Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Coates, England, Beal, Pratt, Perryman, Chivers, Peters (cpt), Gilzean
Sub. not used - Coates
West Ham United : - Bobby Ferguson, John McDowell, Frank Lampard, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Bobby Moore (cpt), John Ayris, Clyde Best, Geoff Hurst, Trevor Brooking, Bryan Robson

Ref. : - Ron Challis (Kent)
Linesmen : - Mr. D. B. Mahoney (Surrey) Red flag; Mr. B. K. Robinson (Middlesex) Yellow flag
Attendance : -  53,868
 

17.10.1970 A new home attendance record for West Ham United at 42,322 saw this thrilling 2-2 draw.

Tottenham went ahead with an early Alan Mullery goal after just six minutes, but they were hauled back to 1-1 by Peter Eustace's 23rd minute header from Bobby Moore's free-kick.

Spurs regained the lead before the break when Mike England scored in the 37th minute, but once again the scores were levelled when Geoff Hurst hit a 51st minute goal to make it 2-2.

Alan Mullery told the Daily Mirror that he thought "both the West Ham goals were sloppy ones."

Teams : 
West Ham -  Grotier, Bonds, Lampard, Eustace, T. Taylor, Moore (c), Ayris, Lindsay, Hurst, Greaves, Dear
Unused sub. : - Holland
Spurs -  Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, England, Beal, Mullery (c), Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Pearce, Peters.
Unused sub. : -  P. Taylor
Attendance : -   42,322
Ref :  B. J. Homewood (Sunbury)

15.08.1970 An exciting First Division match saw the spoils shared in front of a huge crowd.

A Peters header crashed back off the bar before Jimmy Pearce set Gilzean through to score, but soon after Gilly's former strike partner Jimmy Greaves scored a stunning goal to equalise.  However, Alan Gilzean put Tottenham ahead again when Bond's corner was headed back across goal by Mike England and Gilzean nodded home with a diving header.

Early in the second period, Perryman broke through to hit a shot that bounced away off Grotier's knee and soon after, Peter Bennett headed the Irons' equaliser to grab a point from the match with his last goal for the club before joining Orient.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Mullery (cpt), England, Bond, Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Peters, Pearce
Unused sub. : -  Pratt
West Ham -  Peter Grotier, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard, Peter Bennett, Alan Stephenson, Bobby Moore (cpt), Clyde Best, Trevor Brooking, Geoff Hurst, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Howe.
Unused sub. : - 
Attendance : - 53,640

Ref. Mr. R. Matthewson (Lancs)
Linesmen : Mr. R. N. Morphew (Suffolk) - Red flag; Mr. A. Robinson (Hants) - Yellow flag
 

20.12.1969 Two quick goals gave West Ham a win over Spurs.

The first effort of the game came from Ray Evans, who drew a diving save from Bobby Ferguson and despite dominating the first ten minutes, Spurs slipped behind when Martin Peters gave the Irons the lead, with Geoff Hurst adding a second two minutes later with a trademark rocket shot to make it 2-0.

Jimmy Pearce was fouled in the penalty area but Jimmy Greaves put the spot-kick wide.  Greaves was denied a further goal by Ferguson and the keeper also saved twice from Pearce.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Mullery, Beal, Evans, Johnson, Greaves, Pearce, Morgan, Perryman
Unused sub. :  Want

West Ham - 
  Bobby Ferguson, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard, Bobby Howe, Bobby Moore (c), Ronnie Boyce, Harry Redknapp, Martin Peters, Trevor Brooking, Geoff Hurst, Johnny Sissons
Attendance : - 28,375
Ref. : -  Leo Callaghan (Merthyr Tydfil)
Linesmen : -  Mr. R. L. Weedon (Berks - Red Flag); Mr. D. J. Biddle (Bristol - Yellow Flag)
Colours : - Spurs -  White shirts, Navy blue shorts, White socks; West Ham -  Claret shirts with light blue arms with two light blue hoops around neck and cuffs; White Shorts; White socks
Managers : -   Spurs - Bill Nicholson;  West Ham -  Ron Greenwood

Crowd : 28,375

06.09.1969 Tottenham visited the Boleyn Ground to meet West Ham United in this First Division fixture.

Some mis-kicks both both sides in the West Ham area left Greaves with a shooting chance and uncharacteristically, his effort was blocked by Ferguson, but that was the best chance of the first half.  After the turnaround, Greaves broke up a West Ham move and set Pratt away.  He played the ball left to Gilzean, who returned it and the young midfielder shot over from 18 yards.    Jennings launched a long kick, which Gilzean headed on for Jimmy Pearce to step inside a defender and shoot left footed across Ferguson to make it 1-0 to Spurs.  Despite complaints from the Irons players, the referee pointed to the spot after consulting his linesman.

The home team tried to get back into the game and England blocked a goal-bound shot from Brooking, which was as close as they came before the final whistle gave Spurs the away win.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Bobby Ferguson, Billy Bonds, Alan Stephenson, Bobby Moore (c),
Frank Lampard, Bobby Howe, Clyde Best (Ronnie Boyce), Martin Peters, Geoff Hurst, Trevor Brooking, John Sissons
Spurs -  Jennings, Beal, P. Collins, England, Knowles, Mullery (Want), Pratt, Pearce, Greaves, Gilzean, Morgan
Attendance : -   40,561
Ref. :  David Smith ()

Tottenham kicked off and played towards the North Bank end in the first half.
 

19.04.1969 A match best remembered for the jig performed by Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Moore in mid-match was won by the Spurs striker's instinctive finish.

Although Irons' goalie Peter Grotier had kept Spurs at bay with a series of good saves, it was Greaves' cheeky finish between the keeper's legs that won the match for Tottenham just after the interval.

Teams : 
Spurs -   Jennings, Beal, England (P. Collins), Mullery, Knowles, Pratt, Johnson, Pearce, Morgan, Greaves, Gilzean
West Ham -  Peter Grotier, Billy Bonds, John Charles, Bobby Howe, Alan Stephenson, Bobby Moore (c), Harry Redknapp, Ronnie Boyce, Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters, Johnny Sissons
Attendance : -   50,970

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West Ham - 
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14.09.1968 Two goals in the three second half minutes gave West Ham United a good lead, but Spurs hit back to gain a point in the First Division encounter at Upton Park.

Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst had given the Irons the 2-0 lead on the hour, with two goals in three minutes just before the hour, only for Alan Gilzean to strike a minute afterwards to pull a goal back for Tottenham.  With just five minutes left, Jimmy Greaves popped up to equalise and make the final score 2-2.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Ferguson, Bonds, J. Charles, Peters, Stephenson, Moore (c), Redknapp, Boyce, Brooking, Hurst, Sissons
Unused sub. : - Howe
Spurs -  Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Mullery, England, Beal, Robertson, Greaves, Chivers, Venables, Gilzean
Unused sub. : - Bond
Attendance : -   35,802
 

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12.11.1966 A pulsating derby ended with West Ham registering a 4-3 win at the Lane in the First Division.

An early Johnny Byrne goal put the Irons ahead, but Jimmy Greaves equalised with a penalty.  Before half-time, Peter Brabrook and Johnny Sissons stretched the advantage, with Terry Venables clipping the lead to 3-2 by the half-time break.  Spurs had the opportunities to win this game, but Greaves fired another penalty over the bar and it was left to Alan Gilzean to grab an equaliser.  However, with ten minutes remaining, Geoff Hurst scored the winner for the visitors.

Teams : 
Spurs -   Jennings, Beal, Knowles, England, Mackay, Mullery, Cliff Jones, Venables, Greaves, Gilzean, Robertson
West Ham -   Jim Standen, Bobby Moore, John Charles, Ken Brown, Ronnie Boyce, Eddie Bovingdon, Martin Peters, Johnny Byrne, Geoff Hurst, Johnny Sissons, Peter Brabrook
Attendance : -   32,376

08.04.1966 .

 

Teams : 
Spurs - 
B. Brown, Kinnear, Knowles, Mullery, Hoy, Mackay (c), Robertson, Greaves, Saul, Clayton, Possee
West Ham - 
Jim Standen, Dennis Burnett, Clive Charles, Trevor Dawkins, Ken Brown, Martin Peters, Harry Redknapp, Jimmy Bloomfield, John Budgie Byrne, Brian Dear, Peter Brabrook
Ref.  Mr. M. A. Fussey (Notts)
Linesmen :  Mr. M. V. Sinclair (Surrey) - Red flag;  Mr. E. L. J. Press (Middx) - Yellow flag
Attendance : -   50,635

14.09.1966 Tottenham's first ever League Cup match ended in defeat at Upton Park.  Missing Mike England, Tottenham struggled to match the home side's frantic start that gave them a seventh minute lead through Hurst.  To add to Tottenham's gloom, Alan Gilzean was sent off for foul and abusive language in the 65th minute.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Jim Standen,
Dennis Burnett, Clive Charles, Ken Brown, Bobby Moore, Peter Brabrook, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Peter Bennett, Geoff Hurst, Johnny Sissons
Spurs -  Jennings, Kinnear, Beal, Clayton, Knowles, Mullery, Robertson, Venables, Saul, Greaves, Gilzean
Attendance : - 34,068

16.01.1965 Jimmy Greaves' seventh minute header gave Spurs the lead in this First Division encounter after Mullery's free-kick had been headed on by Gilzean.  Ten minutes later the Irons were level when Budgie Byrne hit a free-kick past the Spurs wall and the same player was instrumental in creating the goal for Johnny Sissons that gave West Ham the lead after the interval.

It only took a minute for Mullery to set up the equaliser, as his long range drive was deflected in off Greaves' knee.  With the pendulum swinging in Tottenham's favour, it was left to Terry Dyson to turn and strike a left foot goal past the Hammers keeper to earn Spurs the win in a game affected by torrential rain. 

Teams : 
Spurs -   B. Brown, Knowles, Norman, Henry, Mullery, Dyson, Clayton, Gilzean, Greaves, Dyson, Cliff Jones
West Ham -  Jim Standen, John Bond,
Ken Brown, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Alan Sealey, Eddie Bovingdon, Johnny Byrne, Geoff Hurst, Tony Scott, Johnny Sissons
Attendance : -    50,054

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West Ham - 
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12.09.1964 West Ham United were home winners when Spurs went to visit for this First Division match.

One goal was scored in the first half, which saw Johnny Byrne give West Ham the lead, but, after the break, two Jimmy Greaves goals (one from the penalty spot) put Spurs ahead. With ten minutes remaining, Byrne got his second goal to level things up and then, three minutes from time, Byrne's hat-trick goal handed the Irons a 3-2 victory.
 

Teams : 
West Ham -  Jim Standen, Bobby Moore, John Bond, Jack Burkett, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Eddie Bovingdon, Alan Sealey, Johnny Byrne, Geoff Hurst, Johnny Sissons
Spurs - Jennings, Knowles, Henry, Mullery, Norman, Beal, Robertson, Greaves, Saul, Cliff Jones, Dyson
Attendance : -   36,730

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Spurs - 
West Ham - 
Attendance : -    ,
Ref. : -

22.12.1962 An eight goal thriller entertained this pre-Christmas crowd at White Hart Lane, with six of the goals coming from defenders.

Ex-West Ham midfielder John Smith gave Spurs the lead after just eight minutes, before Dave Mackay hit a second Tottenham goal after 21 minutes.  West Ham staged a comeback with Martin Peters (30 mins.) taking a delicate pass from Bobby Moore to finish well and then Joe Kirkup's drilled effort pegging Spurs back to 2-2 with 12 second half minutes gone, but Mackay once more gave Spurs the lead, only to see Ronnie Boyce level things up at 3-3 with twenty minutes left. 

It was West Ham who went into the lead for the first time in the match thanks to Tony Scott's effort seven minutes later and Tottenham had to rely on Dave Mackay to complete a hat-trick in the 93rd minute and make the final score 4-4.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Brown, Baker, Henry, John Smith, Marchi, Mackay (cpt), Medwin, White, Bobby Smith, Greaves, Cliff Jones
West Ham - 
Jim Standen, Joe Kirkup, Jack Burkett, Martin Peters, Ken Brown, Bobby Moore (cpt), Peter Brabrook, Ronnie Boyce, Alan Sealey, Johnny Byrne, Tony Scott
Attendance : -   44,650
Ref. : -

 

25.08.1962 Having lost their opening two First Division games of the season, West Ham had more misery heaped on them with a 6-1 home defeat by Spurs.

West Ham defender John Lyall put through his own goal to start the scoring and then Terry Medwin, Jimmy Greaves' brace, Cliff Jones and John White completed the Spurs scoring to push Spurs up to fourth in the league.  West Ham's only consolation was a goal from Phil Woosnam.

Teams : 
West Ham -   Lawrie Leslie, Bobby Moore, Joe Kirkup, John Lyall, Ken Brown, Martin Peters, Ian Crawford, Malcolm Musgrove, Alan Sealey, Johnny Byrne, Phil Woosnam
Spurs -  Brown, Baker, Norman, Henry, Blanchflower
(cpt), Mackay, White, Medwin, L. Allen, Greaves, Cliff Jones
Attendance : -   32,527

 

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26.12.1960 The return Christmas fixture against West Ham saw Tottenham ease to a more comfortable victory at Upton Park.

The first Spurs goal resulted from Ken Brown deflecting Les Allen's shot into his own goal, but Allen got on the score-sheet just before the interval through his own efforts.  The home side put up a fight in the second half, but it was John White, who struck nine minutes from time to make it 3-0 with a shot past Brian Rhodes in the Hammers goal.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Rhodes, K. Brown,
Spurs -  White, Les Allen,
Attendance : -   34,351

24.12.1960 Spurs saw off the challenge from West Ham in this pre-Christmas entertainment at White Hart Lane.  John White grabbed a first half goal, while Terry Dyson added a second half second to wrap up both the First Division points, despite Spurs having to play on with ten men after Cliff Jones had left the play with a knee injury just after the break.

Teams : 
Spurs -   White, Dyson, Jones
West Ham - 
Attendance : -   54,930

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West Ham - 
Spurs - 
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26.12.1958 West Ham registered a 4-1 win at White Hart Lane to wrap up a Christmas double.

John Dick and John Bond put the Irons 2-0 up before Ron Henry put past his own goalkeeper.  Spurs got one back through Alfie Stokes, but Vic Keeble struck again to make the points  safe for the visitors.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Henry, Stokes, 
West Ham -  Bond, Dick, Keeble,
Attendance : -   43,817
Ref. : -

25.12.1958 The close derby saw the home side going on to enjoy their Christmas Day.

There were no goals in the first half, as the game took some time to gather speed, but John Dick and Vic Keeble put West Ham two up and Bobby Smith pulled one back, but it was not enough for Spurs to get a point.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Dick, Keeble
Spurs -  Bobby Smith
Attendance : -   26,178
Ref. : -

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West Ham - 
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West Ham - 
Spurs - 
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08.03.1956

This Sixth Round replay saw the doors locked at Upton Park as the crowd watched Tottenham move into the semi-final with a 2-1 win with a 3.00 p.m. kick off on a Thursday afternoon. 

Tommy Harmer and Duquemin were both again on the score-sheet for Spurs, who eased through, despite the newspapers claiming that West Ham had five penalty appeals turned down !!  Harmer's goal came just before half-time, when he knocked in Mel Hopkins' cross.  The home team equalised when Billy Dare Headed in Frank O'Farrell's centre with 65 minutes gone, but five minutes later, Tottenham booked a semi-final place with a Len Duquemin shot into the left hand corner of the goal.

Teams : 
West Ham -   Gregory, Bond, Cantwell (c), Malcolm,  Allison, O'Farrell, Hooper, Foan, Dare, Dick, Tucker 
Spurs -   Reynolds, Norman, Hopkins, Blanchflower (c),  Clarke, Marchi, Harmer, Brooks, Duquemin, Bobby Smith, Robb
Ref. : -  J. Williams (Nottingham)
Attendance : -    34,911

03.03.1956

When John Dick scored a hat-trick inside fourteen minutes, it looked as though West Ham were sailing through to the semi-final of the FA Cup.  But Spurs had other ideas.

With three strikes between the 21st and the 35th minutes, the Irons' 3-1 lead looked very impressive.   Dick opened the scoring in the 21st minute and headed a second two minutes later.  Spurs got back into the game when Harry Clarke hit the post, Bobby Smith fired the rebound goal-wards and John bond caught the ball on the line.  Tommy Harmer's 32nd minute penalty had reduced the arrears and then, two minutes after Dick's hat trick goal, George Robb scored again to make it 2-3 at the break when he headed Johnny Brooks' corner into the net from five yards out.

Spurs pressed forward to gain an equaliser and succeeded in their quest when Len Duquemin powered home a third goal in the 74th minute to level the scores and take the Sixth Round tie into a replay at Upton Park.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Reynolds, Norman, Hopkins, Clarke, Blanchflower (c) , Marchi, Harmer, Brooks, Smith, Robb, Duquemin
West Ham -  Gregory, Bond, Cantwell, Malcolm, Allison (c), O'Farrell, Hooper, Foan, Dare, Dick, Tucker
Attendance : -    69,118

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West Ham - 
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16.04.1953 The first game at Upton Park under floodlights saw Spurs meet the home side.

Teams : 
West Ham - 
Spurs -   , , , , , , Baily,
Attendance : -   ,

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25.03.1950 This Second Division game saw Spurs complete the "double" over West Ham in this season with a 4-1 win at White Hart Lane.

Eddie Baily set up Les Medley in the third minute to come inside from his wide position, who shot past Ernie Gregory in goal to give Spurs the early lead.  Gregory denied Spurs with three saves in succession, but he could not prevent Sonny Walters driving into the net through a crowd of players to make it 2-0 ten minutes after the opener.

Harry Clarke gifted a chance to Bill Robinson with a poor back-pass in the 25th minute, with the score-line narrowed when the Irons player took the ball around the keeper Ted Ditchburn and slotted home.

Les Bennett gave Spurs a 3-1 lead with a goal from another Baily pass and just before the end a Walters header from a Medley cross rounded off the scoring.

Teams : 
Spurs -   Ditchburn, , , , , Baily, Medley, Walters, Bennett
West Ham -  Gregory, , , , , , Robinson
Attendance : -   51,124

05.11.1949 A second half goal from Sonny Walters gave Spurs the win in this Second Division meeting at Upton Park in adverse conditions.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Ernie Gregory, Ernie Devlin, Fred Kearns, Derek Parker, Dick Walker, Tommy Moroney, Eric Parsons, Gerry Gazzard, Ken Wright, Danny McGowan, Ken Bainbridge
Spurs -  Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Colin Withers, Bill Nicholson, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Len Duquemin, Eddie Baily, Les Medley
Attendance : -  31,734

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West Ham - 
Attendance : -   ,

25.09.1948 Former Spurs player Almer Hall netted the winner for West Ham in this Second Division meeting at the Lane.

Teams : 
West Ham - 
Spurs - 
Attendance : -   38,132
Ref. : -

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19.10.1946 A visit to the Boleyn ground, which had been hit by bombs, saw Spurs return North with a point as the sides shared four goals.

Les Bennett put Tottenham ahead, with a goal in the 11th minute, but soon after the break, West Ham went ahead through goals from Sam Snell and Ken Bainbridge.  However, it was left to George Foreman, returning to his former club, who grabbed am equalising goal for Tottenham, who were without Ron Burgess who was playing for Wales that day.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Snell, Bainbridge
Spurs -  Bennett, Foreman
Attendance : -   34,150

03.03.1945 Tottenham took this War League Cup South Group 3 game with two goals from Jack Gibbons and one each from John Martin and Ron Burgess.

Teams : 
West Ham -  
Spurs -  
Attendance : - 21,000

10.02.1945 The War League Cup South Group 3 game ended in a 1-0 win for West Ham with a solitary strike from Len Goulden.

Teams : 
West Ham -  
Spurs -  
Attendance : - 21,000

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Spurs - 
West Ham - 
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08.02.1941 The return London War Cup Section "B" match at West Ham saw a 3-2 reverse, with Sam Small on the scoresheet again, with George Foreman (later to be a Spurs player) and Stan Foxall for the home side.  Tottenham's goals came from Jack Gibbons and Willie Hall.

Teams : 
West Ham -  
Spurs -  
Attendance : - 5,200

01.02.1941 A London War Cup was divided into two sections and Spurs found themselves in Section "B".  With West ham visiting White Hart Lane, Tottenham lost out to two goals from Sam Small and Ted Fenton, with Ivor Broadis replying for the Lilywhites.

Teams : 
Spurs -  
West Ham -  
Attendance : - 4,690

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Spurs - 
West Ham - 
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West Ham - 
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29.10.1938 The biggest crowd of the season gathered for this London derby, which was settled by two Colin Lyman goals.  Stan Foxall replied for the Irons, but it was not enough to earn the visitors anything from their trip to the Lane.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Lyman,
West Ham -  Foxall,
Attendance : -   52,304

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West Ham - 
Spurs - 
Attendance : -   ,

20.11.1937 This match saw the two sides in the Second Division and Spurs took the spoils with goals from Jack Gibbons and Fred Sargent.

Teams : 
Spurs -   Sargent, Gibbons
West Ham - 
Attendance : -   47,961

29.08.1936 Two Len Goulden goals gave West Ham an opening day win in Division Two, with Johnny Morrison pulling one back for Spurs.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Goulden
Spurs -  Morrison
Attendance : -   31,906

14.03.1936 The Irons won the battle of the two sides vying for promotion to the First Division with a 3-1 win at White Hart Lane.

With Ralph Ward making his debut, goals from Jimmy Marshall, Len Goulden and Peter Simpson outdid the single strike from Tottenham's George Hunt.

Teams : 
Spurs -   Ward, , , , , , G. Hunt,
West Ham -  , , , ,
Simpson, , Goulden, Marshall
Attendance : -   57,417

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Spurs - 
West Ham - 
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29.04.1933 With Tottenham going for promotion and West Ham looking to avoid the drop, the pressure got through to the players in this game at Upton Park.  Arthur Wilson scored the only goal of the game to give the Irons the two points, which kept them up and Spurs still went up thanks to results elsewhere going their way.

Teams : 
West Ham -  Wilson,
Spurs - 
Attendance : -   31,706
Ref. : -

17.12.1932 An entertaining draw saw Jack Morton opening the scoring for the Irons and Taffy O'Callaghan equalised before the break.  George Hunt gave Tottenham the lead, but Bill Whatley scored an own goal to leave the score tied at 2-2. 

Teams : 
Spurs -  Whatley, George Hunt, O'Callaghan
West Ham -  Morton
Attendance : -   45,129
Ref. : -

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West Ham - 
Spurs - 
Attendance : -   ,

09.01.1926 It was a first Third Round entry for Tottenham, as they hosted East Londoners West Ham United in the FA Cup.

Spurs were 5-0 winners of the match, with a hat-trick of goals from Jimmy Dimmock and two from Frank Osborne in a game that was sportingly contested, with the result not a foregone conclusion until the latter stages, when Spurs wrapped up the victory.

Teams : 
Spurs -   Osborne, Dimmock
West Ham - 
Attendance : -   49,800

07.11.1925 Frank Osborne hit his third hat-trick in three games to seal this win over West Ham at White Hart Lane.  

Jack Elkes scored the other goal for Tottenham as they finished 4-2 winners.

Teams : 
Spurs -  Elkes, Osborne
West Ham -  
Attendance : -  35,259

28.03.1925 A 1-1 draw in the First Division saw goals from Vic Watson for West Ham United and Jimmy Seed for Spurs score the goals that cancel each other out at White Hart Lane.

Teams : 
Spurs -   , Seed,
West Ham -   , , , , , ,Watson
Attendance : -  29,321

22.04.1924 The first Division One meeting of the two sides at White Hart Lane and it was won by a single goal from John Campbell for West Ham.

Teams : 
Spurs -  
West Ham -  Campbell
Attendance : -  18,153

22.03.1920 A game rearranged because of Tottenham's involvement in the FA Cup quarter finals took place on a Monday.

With goals from Jimmy Cantrell and Jimmy Dimmock, Spurs recorded a 2-0 win on their way to a record 70 points to win the Second Division Championship.

Teams : 
Spurs - 
  , , , , , Cantrell, Dimmock
West Ham -  , , , , , ,
Attendance : -   26,000

13.03.1920 West Ham won this first league meeting at Upton Park, in the Second Division, as Syd Puddlefoot's double saw them through, despite one from Jimmy Cantrell.

Teams : 
West Ham -   , , , , , , , Puddlefoot, ,
Spurs -   , , , , , , , , Cantrell
Attendance : -   25,691

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