Today In Spurs History: April 12th

1967 – Tottenham thrashed Birmingham 6-0 in a FA Cup sixth round replay at White Hart Lane, with goals from Terry Venables (2), Jimmy Greaves (2), Alan Gilzean and Frank Saul.

1982 – Spurs win 3-1 at Highbury thanks to two goals from Garth Crooks and one from Micky Hazard.

Spurs In The News: April 12th

In The Sun, Avram Grant reckons that Portsmouth’s victory was an act of God. Surely he’d be a Spurs fan?

The Mirror asks if Harry can save our season.

They also report that we’re interested in signing Micah Richards.

Harry’s moaning about the Wembley pitch in The Times.

Best Of The Web: April 12th

Steve McClaren is no longer ‘the wally with the brolly’, according to The Independent.

The Spoiler picks it’s short-arse XI.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. ive watched spurs all my life and yesterdays result didnt shock me.ive seen it all before. what amazes me is uefa’s decision not to introduce goal line technology. free kicks for fouls that werent committed. and who in his right mind disallowes a perfectly good equalizer only the idiot refereeing the spurs portsmouth semi final.did you see the look on david james face. and as for the penalty speachless.good luck to portsmouth in the final. they will need it. and as for the clowns that prepared the pitch at wembley. they should be sacked.heres to the next time.

  2. Two big games 4 massive mistakes by 2 crap refs, everyone already knows Howard Webb is simply not good enough and Alan Why-ley has always been useless, first of all a penalty not given and a challenge that was worth two red cards for John (knocked of gear and a fat line while banging my mates bird) Terry then a perfectly good goal and penalty that never was. Great. Fair enough we had enough chances to win the game so we can only blame ourselves or Crouch but it gets abit much when the one person who supposed to make it a fair game actually ruins the day

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