Spurs v Brentford match reports
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05.01.2021 Premier League     Home     Won     2-0       For a match report, click here.

05.01.2021 League Cup Semi-final.   Home    Won     2-0       For a match report, click here.

26.09.2000 League Cup Second Round Second Leg.   Home    Won   2-0

A rainy day had left the Spurs pitch slippy, just like the banana skin that Brentford presented in this second leg tie.  For their fans, who regarded Tottenham a “disgrace to the Premiership”, this was a day out to dream about what could be, if they had a manager who could match his outspoken comments with achievements on the field.  The one of the things lacking in this game was a goal from Ramon Vega (at the right end), which would have allowed him to present Mr. Noades with a signed shirt following criticism of him in the first leg.

Having drawn away, Tottenham had to win and with most of the play heading towards Gottskalksson’s goal, it was only a matter of time before a goal came.  That it came after 52 minutes was a matter of concern for the Spurs fans.  Early on, Tottenham had chances.  Iversen landed a header on the top of the net and lobbed just over after beating the keeper to the ball, while Leonhardsen was pipped by the goalie’s rush to nick the ball off his head.  Les had a couple of headers off target, Perry’s flick from a corner landed in front of goal with no-one in attendance and Rebrov hit a shot from outside the box straight at the keeper.  Ferdinand did have the ball in the net after a good move involving Carr, whose low cross was slid in by Sir Les, but he was adjudged to have been offside.  The first half was a bit of a damp squib for the Bees, who only got angry when two players went tumbling (in the gymnastic sense) in the area.  The lukewarm ref was reluctant to give a penalty, much as he was to give a free-kick to Spurs anywhere else on the pitch.  A new record was established, however, when the “Graham Out” faction began their chant just 14 minutes into the match.

The second half was a bit more open as Tottenham’s ability began to create chances.  Not many came from flowing football, but the passing was a bit better and Leo started to get into the game and play more like he can at his best.  One when Freund went one on one with the keeper saw the ball bounce of the goalie’s chest, onto Steffen’s knee and towards goal.  We all held our breath as the sphere moved unerringly to the net, but out of nowhere a Brentford defender hooked it away !!  Celebrations stored away for another day.  It was all too much for Brentford, who when presented a golden chance by a Vega miskick, the startled Partridge contrived to blaze that over the bar.  From the goal-kick Spurs moved down the other end and scored.  Sherwood’s header forward took a flick off ex-Gooner Marshall’s head and Oyvind, running in managed to ignore the blatant tug on his shirt to put the ball in for the first goal.  A spate of corners conceded by Spurs led to a spell where the ball pinged around the Tottenham box, but there were no real scares.  It had started when Thatcher put in his first really hard tackle in a white shirt that saw Martin Rowlands end up limping after a collision with the adverts behind the goal !!  It was one of the few things Thatcher did right all night, as his distribution was awful for most of the match.

The former Wimbledon left-back did have a fierce drive miss by inches late on and his colleague on the other side of the defence nearly added another spectacular goal to his record, but it flew just over.  Gotskalksson dived bravely at the feet of Leonhardsen and Iversen to deny them, but could not hold Leo’s shot from the right and as it trickled across the six yard box, the Norwegian striker gained some revenge, by knocking it into the net.  

The scoreline flattered Spurs, as although they never looked like conceding, they rarely looked like breaking through the Bee’s swarm of defenders.  It was just enough to get through, but not quite enough for the fans to go home with any great hope of progressing too far.

MEHSTG TOP MAN : OYVIND LEONHARDSEN

Pete Stachio

Teams :
Spurs – Neil Sullivan, Stephen Carr, Chris Perry, Ramon Vega, Ben Thatcher, Steffen Freund, Oyvind Leonhardsen, Tim Sherwood, Les Ferdinand (Jose Dominguez 71), Steffen Iversen, Sergei Rebrov
Unused subs. :  Ian Walker, Alton Thelwell, Stephen Clemence, Gary Doherty
Brentford –  Olafur Gottskalksson, Jason Crowe, Rob Quinn, Scott Marshall, Ivar Ingimarsson, Paul Evans, Tony Folan, Gavin Mahon, Martin Rowlands (Mark Williams 65), Scott Partridge, Lorenzo Pinamonte    60  (Michael Dobson 73).
Unused subs. :  Paul Smith, David Theobald, Gareth Graham
Ref. : –
Linesmen : –
Attendance : –   26,909


19.09.2000 League Cup Second Round First Leg.   Away    Drew    0-0

A woeful Worthington Cup 2nd round 1st leg tie at Griffin Park. The match was played in torrential rain throughout on a sodden pitch and there were gaps in the crowd, possibly as a result of supporters not travelling because of the weather or the earlier petrol scare hoax.

Spurs brought in Perry for Vega (thank God!); Thatcher replaced Taricco. Clemence and Etherington came into midfield and Sherwood and Ferdinand were relegated to the bench.

Brentford gave early warning that they would be “up for it” with some robust early challenges in difficult conditions. Tottenham’s first chance fell to Leonhardsen advancing onto a pass from Rebrov. Leo’s shot lacked pace and was touched round the post by the Brentford keeper whose name only just fitted his jersey. After 20 minutes Leo was again involved. This time he was put clear by Iversen. In a one on one with the keeper he bottled it and squared the ball to Etherington whose tame shot was easily saved. In these situations I would expect Leo, a international player, to hammer the ball home not shirk the responsibility. On 30 minutes disaster struck. Sol went up for a header with McCammon. He fell awkwardly and was clearly in pain. A stretcher was called for, but eventually he rose to his feet and left the field clutching his wrist. At first it was suspected he had damaged his wrist but subsequently it was revealed his shoulder had been dislocated. He certainly looked in pain as he trooped to the dressing room past the saddened away support. Losing Sol is a serious blow to this Spurs team. Enter Vega – it goes from bad to worse.

In the second half the pattern of play continued. Rebrov, who was clearly not enjoying this experience, had a couple of shots deflected. After an hour, a ball from the Brentford defence found Evans leading the charge down the centre of the field towards the Spurs goal. Sullivan tore out to meet the player about  35 yards out. Evans poked the ball past Sullivan into a wider position and as Sullivan slid under him Evans came crashing to the ground. It is debatable whether Evans would have got to the ball before a Spurs defender. The referee Graham Barber awarded a free kick and then came the dreaded red card for Sullivan. Ian Walker was quick to get prepared and replaced Etherington to ironic cheers from the Spurs crowd. A chance for the spurned keeper to impress would be purchasers maybe. Even with ten men Spurs were able to dominate play but still did not look like scoring. Rebrov hit a nice shot from the left before being replaced by Ferdinand. Clemence had a couple of efforts saved. The game faded out with all to play for in the second leg.

For Spurs, Clemence played well in the centre of midfield. Etherington looked lightweight with much still to learn. Leonhardsen kept running but with little purpose and gave the impression of going through the motions. Vega was as clumsy as ever conceding a string of throw ins. An interesting post match comment from Ron Noades: “When Vega came on I felt we had a chance!” Remember, however, the last time we played Brentford in the Worthington Cup we went on to win it. Oh for a repeat this year.
 
MEHSTG TOP MAN – STEPHEN CLEMENCE
 
Eric the Viking

Teams :
Brentford – Olafur Gottskalksson, Jason Crowe, Simon Marsh, Rob Quinn    67, Scott Marshall, Ivar Ingimarsson, Paul Evans    41, Gavin Mahon, Martin Rowlands, Mark McCammon, Andy Scott.
Unused subs. : –
Shirt sponsor : – GMB
Kit supplier : – Patrick
Spurs – Neil Sullivan  61, Stephen Carr, Chris Perry, Sol Campbell (Ramon Vega 36), Ben Thatcher, Matthew Etherington (Ian Walker 62), Steffen Freund, Oyvind Leonhardsen, Stephen Clemence, Steffen Iversen, Sergei Rebrov (Les Ferdinand 80)
Unused subs. : Simon Davies, Tim Sherwood
Attendance : –   8,580
Referee : – Graham Barber

Match sponsor : – Pipeline Center.


23.09.1998 League Cup Second Round Second Leg.   Home     Won   3-2  (Aggregate 6-4)

What a start. An early goal inside 60 seconds was just what the game needed. Unfortunately, it was just what Tottenham didn’t need. A through ball inside Carr from Charlie Oatway was latched onto and Andy Scott went on to beat Segers at the foot of the post. The Brentford aggregate equaliser on top of all the speculation about George Graham was another potential nail in the coffin. However, the early storm was weathered with a fingertip save from Segers and with some last ditch defending, Spurs managed to turn the game around. It was all done in a manner which was none too impressive considering that the Bees are in the Third Division. Chris Armstrong had a couple of free headers that he failed to get on target and apart from headers off target from Sol and Dazza, the only other effort to hit the mark was an Armstrong shot that Piercy saved, but Nielsen seized on the loose ball lashing it low between the keeper’s legs to make it 1-1.

The second half started in the same vein as the first, but this time it was Tottenham through Sol who got the goal. A shot by Fox went across the goal instead of in it, but fell kindly for Ginola. His fierce shot was well kept out by the keeper, but the ball looped up for Campbell to head home while virtually prostrate. The third came when Nielsen hit a low drive against the post and Armstrong found the ball at his feet, four yards out with only a defender on the line to beat. He composed himself, despite having suffered a nasty gash on his forehead, to score his first goal of the season. Brentford didn’t give up though and scored the goal of the game – a well worked effort from front to back, rounded off by a good finish from Owusu with 74 minutes gone. Tottenham could have had more if Armstrong had set someone up instead of producing a fancy back-heel and Dominguez hit a free-kick high and wide, but many shots failed to trouble the goalie and the score was probably just about right.

Unimpressive, but at the moment even a victory over a Third Division side is welcome. The formation seemed to be more fluid tonight with Anderton and Ginola swapping flanks, but more often than not, the moves ended unsatisfactorily. I know that he is just back from injury, but Darren had another showing that did nothing to convince me that he is likely to reproduce his England form. Nielsen ran and worked really hard, liberating Ginola and Anderton to their creative role. Sol produced some of his now trademark two-thirds of the pitch runs beating five or six players and that got the crowd going. Even though it was against a lower league side, Justin put in a decent enough performance and looked a better prospect than Spamezzani in our dodgy left back slot. But, the thoughts of the meagre crowd (22,000 officially, but with the number of season ticket holders who didn’t turn up, more like 18,000) were elsewhere as the anti-George Graham songs demonstrated. Word was that he was on his way, but when ? Surely not before Saturday’s home game against Leeds !

MEHSTG TOP MAN : SOL CAMPBELL

Teams :
Spurs – Segers, Carr, Calderwood, Campbell, Edinburgh, Anderton, Clemence (Gower 80), Nielsen  , Ginola   (Dominguez 63), Fox, Armstrong
Brentford –  Jason Pearcey, Darren Powell, Jamie Bates, Rob Quinn, Danny Boxall  , Charlie Oatway (Kevin Rapley 70), Warren Aspinall  , Martin Rowlands, Ijah Anderson, Darren Freeman (Lloyd Owusu 59), Andy Scott (Tony Folan 70)
Attendance : –   22,980
Ref. : A. Wiley (West Midlands)
Linesmen : – .



15.09.1998
League Cup Second Round First Leg.   Away    Won    3-2

So, a tricky little match overcome in style. Well, not quite, because despite the score-line there were still some dodgy moments. The early goal to the home side came from a corner, which wasn’t attacked by the Spurs defence and went in via Scott’s knee. There were some scares involving Baardsen, especially when he kicked the ball straight into the on-coming forward and was relieved to see it go past the post. The equaliser came just before half-time when Stephen Carr moved onto a good lob through from Rory Allen (in for Les) and lashed it high into the net. Dominguez latched onto a sliced clearance and shot home number two, before Andy Sinton decided to slip the ball past Espen, as he came out, right into the path of Darren Freeman (the man who has a Spurs tattoo on his leg) who put it into an unguarded net. The match was saved by Ramon Vega, who headed home Ginola’s corner to give Tottenham a slight advantage in the return. Ginola was the main source of supply, but seemed to be a bit peeved about things at half-time, as did David Pleat, who allegedly stormed away after the game. These games should be a formality, but, as West Ham found out, they can so easily become a minefield.
Glad in the end to take something back to White Hart Lane, but must do better.

MEHSTG TOP MAN : DAVID GINOLA.

Teams :
Brentford :   Jason Pearcey, Danny Boxall, Ijah Anderson, Chris Coyne, Darren Powell, Jamie Bates, Darren Freeman (Kevin Rapley 74), Warren Aspinall, Rob Quinn, Martin Rowlands, Andy Scott (Lloyd Owusu 82).
Subs Not Used:  Watson, Hebel, Oatway
Manager : – Ron Noades
Shirt sponsor : – GMB
Kit sponsors : – Super League
Spurs : –  Baardsen, Carr, Tramezzani (Dominguez  46), Sinton, Calderwood, Campbell, Vega, Allen (Gower 82), Ginola, Clemence, Armstrong.
Unused subs : –  Segers, Edinburgh, Berti
Manager : –  David Pleat
Attendance   11,831
Referee : –  Dermot Gallagher (Banbury)
Linesmen : –  Mr. R. Bone (Orpington); Mr. C. J. Francis (Little Downham)
Fourth official : –  Mr. M. P. Robinson (Ruislip).

Match sponsor : – Churchfield
Programme sponsors : – The Fordham Waddington Partnership – Chartered Accountants; Pratt Electrics; Pipeline Center; Indigo Airport Services (UK)
Match ball sponsors : – Bee Line Transport & Distribution Limited; E&B Engineering Services Group; Elys Transport; Garban Europe; CF Environmental Services Limited.


31.07.1996 Spurs ran out 3-0 winners in this pre-season friendly at Brentford.

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Brentford : –
Spurs : –
Attendance 3,175


07.10.1992 League Cup Second Round Second Leg  Away  Won 4-2.

Spurs had the confidence of a first leg win and went on to win this game 4-2 and the League Cup Second Round tie 7-3 on aggregate.  

A Spurs throw in on the right of the penalty area was put in to the edge of the area where Teddy Sheringham knocked it back to Darren Anderton, who blasted the ball into the net from 20 yards with two and a half minutes on the clock.  Then a long ball was headed on and Nick Barmby was onto it like a flash, forcing goalkeeper Ashley Bayes to bring him down in the area and the resulting penalty kick was dispatched by Sheringham, sending the goalie the wrong way.

Brentford hit back with a headed goal by Gary Blissett from Luscomb’s right wing free-kick, but the two goal margin was restored when Tuttle found Anderton and his through ball was fumbled by Bayes, allowing Andy Turner to nip in and pinch the ball to score.  It became 4-1 when Anderton’s pass found Sheringham alone in the area and he side-stepped a challenge from a defender before clinically finding the net with time running out.  However, there was still time left for a right wing Brentford corner to come in and for Keith Millen to bundle the ball home from close range to make the final score 4-2.

Teams :
Brentford –  Ashley Bayes, , , , Keith Millen, ,
Luscomb, , Gary Blissett,  ,.
Subs not used :
Spurs –  Walker, van den Hauwe, Tuttle, Ruddock, Edinburgh,
Sedgley, Barmby (Turner), Paul Allen, Samways (Austin), Sheringham, Anderton

Attendance : –   11,445


21.09.1992 League Cup Second Round First Leg  Home  Won 3-1.

Spurs earned a 3-1 home win in the first leg of the League Cup Second Round match against Brentford at White Hart Lane.

Steve Sedgley’s pass picked out Teddy Sheringham on the edge of the Brentford penalty area and the striker slid the ball past the keeper as he approached to give Tottenham the lead, but the Bees pulled level with Gary Blissett’s goal heading home from a left wing cross.  A second goal came Tottenham’s way when Gordon Durie crossed from the right for Kevin Watson to head in from close range to restore the lead.  In the 74th minute, the victory was wrapped up by Durie, who took Sheringham’s flick-on on his chest, let it drop and then fired a looping shot over Ashley Bayes to make it 3-1. 

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Pat van den Hauwe, David Tuttle, Steve Sedgley, Kevin Watson (Justin Edinburgh), Nick Barmby, Paul Allen, Vinny Samways, Teddy Sheringham, Darren Anderton (Jeff Minton)
Brentford –  Ashley Bayes, Brian Statham, Chris Hughton, Keith Millen, Jamie Bates, Simon Ratcliffe (Bob Booker [Kevin Godfrey]), Lee
Luscombe, Detsi Kruszynski, Gary Blissett,  Neil Smillie
Unused subs. : – Billy Manuel, Mickey Bennett.
Ref. : –
Linesmen : –
Attendance : –   19,365


06.08.1993 Spurs and Brentford played out a 0-0 draw in this friendly at Griffin Park.

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Spurs –  , , , , , , , , , ,
Attendance : –  4,535


05.12.1987 Friendly.

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09.05.1986 Friendly.

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11.08.1984 Friendly.

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Spurs –
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06.08.1983 Friendly.

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17.12.1949 Spurs went ahead in this Second Division meeting at White Hart Lane, when Eddie Baily latched onto a loose ball in the penalty area that had come back off the crossbar.  However, former Spurs amateur, Billy Sperrin hit an equaliser for Brentford before the interval to earn the Bees a point.

Teams :
Spurs – Ditchburn, Ramsey, Clarke, Withers, Nicholson, Burgess, Scarth, Bennett, Duquemin, Baily, Medley
Brentford –  , , , , Greenwood, , , Sperrin, , .
Attendance : –   49,297


20.08.1949 Spurs enjoyed a cracking start to the 1948-1949 season with a 4-1 Second Division win at Griffin Park against Brentford. 

Les Bennett and Len Duquemin scored a goal apiece, while Les Medley claimed two as Tottenham ran out comfortable winners in Alf Ramsey’s first match since signing from Southampton..

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Charlie Withers, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, Les Medley, Len Duquemin, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
Attendance : –  32,702


18.04.1949 .

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Brentford –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  19,004


15.04.1949 .

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Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   39,050


20.03.1948 Spurs lost to Brentford 2-0 at Griffin Park in the Second Division, with goals for the Bees scored by Peter Buchanan and Fred Monk.

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs – Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Vic Buckingham, Horace Woodward, Bill Nicholson, Cyril Trailor, Les Medley, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
Attendance : –   31,297


01.11.1947 A 4-0 win over Brentford came comfortably for Spurs at White Hart Lane in this Second Division match.

A Len Duquemin hat-trick was punctuated when the striker set up Eddie Baily for his first Spurs goal, after already having hit the post and had an acrobatic over-head shot saved by the Bees keeper.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Vic Buckingham, Ron Burgess, George Ludford, Bill Nicholson, Les Stevens, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
Brentford –
Attendance : –  42,362


10.01.1946 The second leg of the Third Round FA Cup tie was staged at Griffin Park and Brentford made the most of home advantage, winning 2-0 to knock Spurs out of the competition thanks to a brace from Dai Hopkins. 

A changed side from the first leg saw Bill Adams play his only first team appearance, even though he had been a regular in war-time matches while it was the last time Roy White, Colin Lyman and Ralph ward pulled on a Spurs shirt.

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –  Archie Hughes, Bill Adams, Ralph Ward, Arthur Willis, Vic Buckingham, Ron Burgess, George Ludford, Roy White, Colin Lyman,
Albert Hall, Ronnie Dix
Attendance : –  21,050


05.01.1946 With football returning after the War, FA Cup ties were played over two legs except for the final.

In the first leg of this Third Round tie, Brentford drew 2-2 at White Hart Lane.  Spurs handed debuts to Arthur Willis, Les Medley, Ronnie Dix, Roy White and Arche Hughes, but it was experienced men Albert Hall and Ron Burgess who got the goals for the team to put Tottenham 2-0 ahead, only for Fred Durrant and Bob Thomas to pull the visitors level.

Teams :
Spurs –  Archie Hughes, Ralph Ward, Arthur Willis, Albert Page, Ron Burgess, Roy White, Colin Lyman, Les Medley, Albert Hall, Ronnie Dix. 
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   30,202


10.11.1945 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   19,270


03.11.1945 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –  28,603


24.03.1945 .

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Brentford –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  16,750


28.10.1944 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   23,207


08.01.1944 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   16,922


06.11.1943 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   9,560


26.12.1942 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   12,542


25.12.1942 .

Teams :
Spurs – 
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   14,621


25.03.1942 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   5,131


18.10.1941 .

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –   6,000


31.05.1941 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   6,495


04.05.1940 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   5,000


09.03.1940 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   9,815


16.11.1925 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   1,396


15.09.1925 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –  1,980


07.01.1922 In this FA Cup First round match, Spurs beat West London side Brentford 2-0 at Griffin Park on their way to the FA Cup semi final.

Jimmys Cantrell and Seed scored the Tottenham goals that saw them through against the Bees, who had the comfort of record match receipts despite the crowd being a measly 12,964 which was mainly due to Brentford raising the price of entry to the game to one shilling (5p).

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Bob McDonald, Harry Lowe, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Cantrell, Jimmy Seed, Bert Bliss
Attendance : –   12,964


07.11.1921 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –  12,000


31.10.1921 .

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Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –    6,600


01.03.1919 Away    Lost     1-4.

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  12,000


04.01.1919 London Combination     Home  (Homerton)     Drew      1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –    12,000


09.11.1918 London Combination     Away     Lost    1-7

Spurs were thrashed 7-1 at Brentford, who were on their way to winning the London Combination title.

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –   6,000


14.09.1918 London Combination     Home  (Highbury)     Lost     2-5.

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   3,000


02.03.1918 London Combination     Home  (Highbury)     Won   3-0.

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   4,000


05.01.1918 London Combination     Away    Won    3-2.

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   2,000


10.11.1917 London Combination     Home  (Highbury)     Won    6-1.

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –    4,000


15.09.1917 London Combination     Away     Lost     2-5.

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –    3,000


26.12.1916 London Combination     Home  (Homerton)    Won     5-2.

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   3,000


25.12.1916 London Combination     Away    Won     5-1.

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   3,000


20.11.1915 London Combination  First Competition     Away    Drew     1-1.

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Brentford –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  3,000


11.09.1915 London Combination  First Competition     Home    Drew     1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   5,150


18.09.1911 .

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Spurs –
Attendance : –   3,000


14.03.1908 A Sandy Bowman hat-trick settled this Southern League meeting between Brentford and Spurs in the Bees’ favour.

Teams :
Brentford –  .
Spurs –  Gordon Manning, Ernie Coquet, Ollie Burton, Walter Bull, Danny Steel, Jabez Darnell, Alf Whyman, Billy Minter, Arthur Pickett, Bert Middlemiss, Jimmy Pass
Attendance : –   6,000


16.11.1907 .

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Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   12,000


16.02.1907 .

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Spurs – 
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   15,000


13.10.1906 .

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Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   15,000


07.04.1906 .

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Spurs – 
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   8,000


26.02.1906 .

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Spurs – 
Attendance : – ,


02.12.1905 .

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Spurs –
Attendance : –   10,000


13.11.1905 .

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Attendance : –   ,


11.04.1905 .

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Brentford – 

Attendance : – ,


03.04.1905 .

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Brentford –
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25.02.1905 .

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Brentford –
Spurs – 
Attendance : –   6,000


29.10.1904 .

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Spurs – 
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   9,800


28.03.1904 .

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Spurs –
Attendance : –   ,


12.03.1904 .

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Spurs –
Brentford –  .
Attendance : –   5,000


11.01.1904 .

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Spurs – 
Brentford – 

Attendance : – ,


16.11.1903 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : – ,


02.11.1903 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : – ,


14.09.1903 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   4,000


26.03.1903 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   1,000


09.03.1903 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : – ,


31.01.1903 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   4,000


12.01.1903 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : – ,


18.10.1902 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   5,000


06.10.1902 .

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   500


26.04.1902 .

Teams :
Spurs –
Brentford – 

Attendance : –   3,000


15.03.1902 Southern League    Away  (Boston Park Cricket Ground)    Lost    1-2.

Teams : 
Brentford –
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Sandy Tait, Jimmy McNaught, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, David Copeland, John Cameron, Jack Jones
Attendance : –   11,000