On This Day In Spurs History: April 7th
1962 – Having been knocked out of the European Cup just two days earlier, Spurs take their frustration out on Sheffield Wednesday, beating them 4-0, with goals from Eddie Clayton, Frank Saul and Jimmy Greaves (2).
1982 – On this day in 1982, Tottenham were in action against Barcelona in the first leg of the European Cup Winners’ Cup semi-final at White Hart Lane. Luckily there was no Messi back in those days, but Barca took the lead when Ray Clemence let a long range shot spill through his hands, before Graham Roberts scored our equaliser.
1992 – Spurs beat Notts Couty 2-0 at Meadow Lane as Gary Lineker scored twice in what would be his last season at Tottenham.
Spurs In The News: April 7th
The Sun report that we will have to pay £5m for Atletico Madrid’s young keeper Sergio Asenjo. He’s good on Football Manager, but no Igor Akinfeev.
While The Mirror think that we will pay Notts County £2m for Kasper Schmeichel. Looks likes Gomes is going to get some competition one way or the other.
Best Of The Web: April 7th
Over at Who Ate All The Pies, they feature more insightful reporting from ace journalist Chris Kamara.
Just in case you were watching Masterchef last night, here’s what you missed on Sky Sports.