On This Day In Spurs History: 26th March
1921 – It didn’t look promising for Spurs in their match against Sunderland on this day in 1921. With both our goalkeepers Alex Hunter and Bill Jacques out injured, we were forced to field the full back Tommy Clay between the sticks. Surprisingly, Clay kept a clean sheet as Tottenham won 1-0 courtesy of a goal from Jimmy Seed.
1994 – Steve Sedgeley scores to give Spurs all three points at Goodison Park as we defeat Everton 1-0.
Spurs In The News: 26th March
In his column in The Sun, Harry reveals that he is taking heart tablets, leading to an entirely predictable pun-based headline involving the name of our ground.
The Sun also talks to Pierre Crouch, who chats about our challenging April.
The Mirror thinks that Harry should be named as manager of the year.
They also report the news that Portsmouth are going to beg us to allow them to field Jamie O’Hara in the FA Cup semi final. They’ve already won one FA Cup using players that they couldn’t afford, so why should we help them win another one?
Finally, The Mirror features an interview with Gareth Bale. Actually the interview appears in Hotspur, but The Mirror have copied it down.
Lokomotiv Moscow are still sniffing around Roman Pavlyuchenko claims The Daily Mail.
The Mail also link us with a move for free agent Thomas Hitzlsberger in the summer. Anyone that sits remotely near the goals at White Hart Lane might want to take out insurance in case of of Hitzlsberger’s rockets smacks them square in the jaw.
The Guardian think that Spurs have the upper hand in the race for fourth.
Best Of The Web: 26th March
Crazy old Antonio Cassano breaks into tears having scored against his former club Bari, over at Caught Offside.