Today In Spurs History: 22nd April
1944 – Spurs drew 3-3 with Arsenal at White Hart Lane on this day in 1944. The two teams clashed in the Football League South as it was a war-time fixture. Our goals were scored by Ron Burgess, Pat Beasley and Frank O’Donnell.
1967 – Tottenham win 1-0 away at Southampton’s The Dell, with Alan Gilzean scoring the deciding goal.
2000 – Spurs win at home to Wimbledon 2-0, thanks to goals from Darren Anderton and Chris Armstrong.
Spurs In The News: 22nd April
Tottenham’s Champions League campaign will be boosted by the return of Jermaine Jenas, says The Mirror. Our substitutes bench has been boosted, more like.
Michael Dawson tells The Daily Mail that he is ready to face Wayne Rooney.
The Daily Express reckon that Manchester United will make a £20m bid for Gareth Bale. Double it and we’ll still tell you to go away.
The Guardian explains the Begovic confusion.
The left-wing paper also claims that our right wing situation will soon be improving, with Aaron Lennon set to make the bench against United.
Best Of The Web: 22nd April
The Telegraph tells the chucklesome story of how Wigan’s Charles N’Zogbia paid for someone else to take his driving theory test.
Who Ate All The Pies invites you to sign the James Richardson for MOTD2 petition.