Spurs v Bristol City Reserves match reports
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01.12.1979 A close game at Ashton Gate was won 3-2 by Bristol City Reserves against Spurs Reserves.

Tottenham’s goal-scorers were Mark Falco and Tony Galvin.

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Bristol City –  .
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Spurs –  Barry Daines, Giorgio Mazzon, Terry Naylor, John Lacy, Gary O’Reilly, Garry Brooke, Paul Grayling, Micky Hazard, Terry Gibson (Stuart Beavon), Tony Galvin, Mark Falco.
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23.04.1977 Spurs edged a home meeting with Bristol City by the only goal of the Football Combination game.

Trialist Colin McCurdy supplied the pass that set up Martin Robinson to shoot home four minutes before half-time, with keeper Ray Cashley getting both hands ot the ball but being unable to stop it going into the net.

Spurs went on to take both points but needed Roger Wade’s 79th minute goal-line clearance to keep the Robins off the score-sheet.

Teams :
Spurs – 
Kendall, Wade, C. Hughton, P. Thompson, Holyoak. J. Hogan, Brotherston, Barwick, McCurdy, W. Caskey, Robinson
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27.11.1976 Martin Robinson’s goal at Ashton Gate gave Spurs an away point against Bristol City in the Football Combination.  City levelled through Gary Mabbutt’s brother Kevin.

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Spurs – Barry
Daines, Roger Wade, Micky Stead, Andy Keeley, Steve Walford, Neil McNab (Fred Barwick), Noel Brotherston, Gerry Armstrong, John Duncan, Chris Jones, Martin Robinson
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19.02.1975 Bristol City enjoyed a 2-1 home win over Spurs Reserves, whose goal came from Chris Jones.

Teams :
Bristol City : –
Spurs : –   Barry Daines, Phil Beal, Gary Anderson, Mike Dillon, Keith Osgood, John Pratt, Chris McGrath, Ralph Coates, Chris Jones, John Margerrison, Jimmy Neighbour

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06.01.1973 A late Bristol City Reserves goal denied Spurs Reserves a home win in the Football Combination in a match which saw the return of Peter Collins from injury.

Following a goal-less first half, Roger Morgan’s cross was headed in by Chris Jones to give Tottenham the lead.  However, as equaliser right on the final whistle gave the Robins a point at the death.

Teams :
Spurs : – Terry Lee, Joe Kinnear, Eddie Jones, Mike Dillon, Peter Collins, Joe Peck, Danny Clapton (Gary Anderson), Ray Clarke, Chris Jones, Phil Holder, Roger Morgan
Bristol City : -.  

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10.10.1972 Bristol City Reserves hosted Spurs at Ashton Gate for a Football Combination match that ended all square at 1-1 with Tottenham’s goal coming from Phil Holder.

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Bristol City : –
Spurs : – Daines, Evans, Eddie Jones, Dillon, Peck, Holder, Neighbour, Souness, Clarke, Anderson, Chris Jones

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09.02.1972 Jimmy Pearce and Peter Collins were on the score-sheet to give Spurs Reserves a 2-0 away win in the Football Combination at Bristol City.

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Spurs – 
T. Lee, E. Jones, Want, Naylor, P. Collins, Pratt, Pearce, Holder, Jenkins (Souness), Clarke, Cutbush
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02.03.1971

Bristol City Reserves held Spurs Reserves to a 0-0 draw at Ashton Gate in the Football Combination.

Teams :
Bristol City –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Barry Daines, Ray Evans, John Collins, John Pratt, Mike Dillon, Terry Naylor, Jimmy Pearce, Graeme Souness, David Jenkins, Roy Woolcott (John Cutbush), Roger Morgan.

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31.10.1970 Spurs Reserves beat their counterparts from Bristol City 3-1 at White Hart Lane in the Football Combination with goals from Ray Evans, Neil Johnson and Tony Want.

Teams :
Spurs – Ken Hancock, Ray Evans, John Collins, John Pratt, Peter Collins, Tony Want, Neil Johnson, John Cutbush, Roy Woolcott, Phil Holder, Jimmy Neighbour.

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27.08.1960 Spurs Reserves enjoyed an early season goal-fest with a 6-3 home win in the Football Combination against Bristol City Reserves at White Hart Lane. With a 2-1 lead at half-time, Spurs enjoyed a fruitful second half, ending up big winners with goals from Tommy Harmer 2, Eddie Clayton, Aitchison, Frank Saul and Mel Hopkins

Teams :
Spurs – Hollowbread, Hills, Hopkins, Dodge, Ryden, J. Smith, Aitchison, Harmer, Saul, Clayton, B. Fittock.
Bristol City – 

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