Spurs v Everton Match Reports    1980-
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07.11.2021 Premier League.  Drew  0-0.   For match report, click here.

16.04.2021 Premier League.  Drew  2-2.   For match report, click here.

10.02.2021 FA Cup Fifth Round.   Lost 4-5 (a.e.t.).  For match report, click here.

06.07.2020 Premier League.  Lost 0-1.   For match report, click here.

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05.09.2000 Premier League   Home   Won    3-2.

Well, sometimes Tottenham really surprise you, don’t they ?  No, not going two down, but by coming back to win.  I know it was only Everton and I know they were plagued by injury, but that sort of response still takes some doing.  Of course, it doesn’t help when one layer limps off after 17 minutes (well, he has secured his place in the England squad) and another is replaced after 38 (because of injury or embarrassment ?).  However, Leo moving to his favoured right side and Taricco coming on at left-back seemed to help the balance, because the side lost it’s shape as well as most of it’s ideas inside the first forty minutes.  The defence had already left Jeffers unmarked on the penalty spot only to be let off by his incredible miss from ten yards out with only Sullivan to beat.  He made no such mistake when confronted with the Scotland keeper again after Thatcher hit a poor back pass with his right foot – obviously not the better of his two.  Spurs had started brightly and could have had a goal in the first minute, but the ball flashed across the Toffees goal three times without being stuck in.  Even Freund got a firm shot on target forcing Gerrard to grasp it at the second attempt.  Gazza received a warm welcome before the game from the Spurs fans and every time he took a corner he was cheered, but Freund’s attentions were winding him up and he played a few nice passes, but his overall contribution waned as the match progressed and he was lucky not to be booked for some of his “tackles”.  Just when it looked as though things had settled down, a half-cleared corner fell to Alexandersson, who hit a ripping half volley just over.  The escape was only temporary however, as Everton broke on the left and while Sherwood tried to show Nyarko onto his left foot, the big Ghanaian moved inside far too easily and shot low inside the post for 0-2.

At this stage, the fans were getting restless.  The referee made a strange decision – not the first of the night – and awarded Spurs a free-kick on the right as half-time approached.  Clemence swung the ball into the six yard box and Sol came from nowhere to meet it and hit it towards goal, but it came off the post.  How did he miss ?  A scramble followed, but the ball fell to Rebrov who shot into the net to pull one back.  His first goal wasn’t a classic, but then he was signed to put those sort of chances away.

The second half was an altogether different affair.  Spurs were looking to get back at Everton quickly and they played some nice passing football to open the visitors up.  They had to wait until about 15 minutes in, when after a point blank save by Gerrard from a Sol header, the ball hung in the air and as Les attacked it, Gravesen got there first with his hand.  The ref gave the penalty straight away, but consulted with his linesman before deciding not to punish any player for the offence.  Funny, I thought it was a red card offence.  With Dazza off the pitch, Rebrov strode up and coolly stroked the spot kick past the keeper.  Within a couple of minutes, Spurs were in the lead. A cross in from the right was missed by Ferdinand, mainly because his shirt was being pulled and another penalty should have been given, but Clemence retrieved the ball, crossed to Sherwood, whose header across goal fell to no-one in particular, but Les was first to it, leaving Weir anguished by the fact that he should have beaten the Spurs striker to the ball.  It wasn’t a hard shot, but it was enough to get into the net.  Following this, Leonhardsen has a shot heading for the top left corner of the net caught well by Gerrard and Taricco lobbed one just over.

The final whistle was greeted with relief by the Spurs fans as Everton had pushed on two forwards to chase the result, but in truth, a draw would have been a fairer result between two teams who were quite evenly matched.  I’m not complaining about all three points as they are the sort of games Tottenham have to win if they are to do well this season.

MEHSTG TOP MAN : – SERGEI REBROV

Harvey Sheldrake

Teams : –
Spurs : –  Neil Sullivan, Stephen Carr, Steffen Freund, Sol Campbell, Chris Perry, Ben Thatcher (Mauricio Taricco 38), Darren Anderton (Stephen Clemence 17), Tim Sherwood, Les Ferdinand (Steffen Iversen 88), Sergei Rebrov, Oyvind Leonhardsen
Subs not used : –  Ian Walker, Luke Young
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Everton : – .
Unused subs : – .
Ref. : – .
Linesmen : –
Attendance : – .


15.01.2000 Premier League     Away     Drew    2-2

Everton have not been beaten at Goodison in The Premier League this season but it was not until the 2nd minute of time added on that they equalised to preserve that record. Once again Spurs failed to hold the lead for the full game and surrendered in the dying minutes of the game just like they had at Chelsea.

It was the same Tottenham team that faced Chelsea although Korsten was on the bench allegedly.

A major talking point of the game subsequently featured on Match of the Day was the early appearance of a brown mongrel dog. At a point when Everton were leading one nil the dog appeared from the corner of the ground. For some time it raced around on the pitch and twice looked as if it would run into Walkers goal only to rush past the post. “Ooohhh” went the crowd on both occasions. The Spurs fans sang; “Nicky Barmby’s wife, Nicky Barmby’s wife, Nicky Barmby, Nicky Barmby, Nicky Barmby’s wife.”

Eventually the dog settled in the front row behind the goal and was led away. But that was not the end of it as the dog reappeared to race up the touchline and sit in front of the dug-outs before again being led away. “Are you Korsten in disguise?” was the cry from the Spurs fans this time.

Everton started the livelier side and twice threatened the Spurs goal before taking an early LEAD. Hutchison who during the match did not WINALOT against Sherwood capitalised on a mistake and charged down the left hand side. He had time to unLEASH an early cross which his PAL Kevin Campbell met with his head whilst Carr and Perry appeared to go WALKIES. The ball flew past Walker into the net before he could PAW it away. But Spurs did not TAIL Everton for long. A minute later Sol met a free kick deep and saw his header hit the post but fortunately Armstrong was on hand to WOOF it in. Tottenham were now like a DOG WITH A BONE and Everton feeling a bit hot under the COLLAR. Within for minutes an excellent move saw SHAGGY release a fine ball to Ginola. David was able to BOWL into the area and hit a cross come shot which looped over Gerrard’s head in the Everton goal after taking a deflection just as David hit the ball. Bit of a HOWLER for the home side. As half time approached Iversen had an excellent chance to make it 3-1 but was Unable to beat Gerrard. The miss would certainly have made George Graham GROWL.

The second half saw Everton searching for an equaliser but it looked like being Spurs day. Late in the half a quickly taken free kick was met at the far post by Iversen who directed his header goalwards from a fine angle when had he squared the ball Armstrong must have scored. George Graham was BARKING at the referee for some questionable bookings and the WAG of a fourth official somehow signalled 4 minutes of injury time. The Spurs defence was PANTING when a throw travelled much further across the 6 yard box than it should have done. An American called Joe-Max Moore who had just come on was on hand to smash in the equaliser to WAILS of delight from the Goodison faithful.

Sherwood had a strong game again. Ginola was his usual self winding up the home crowd and being substituted by an ineffective Nielsen after 68 minutes. It was Anderton who caught the eye proving that although he is not totally match fit he is still a very skilful footballer able to pass accurately, and create, from the right side of midfield. Kevin Keegan who was in the stand will I am sure have noted Anderton’s contribution, he was “THE DOG’S B****CKS”.

MEHSTG TOP MAN – DARREN ANDERTON

Eric the Viking


Teams : –
Everton : –   Paul Gerrard, Richard Dunne, David Weir, Steve Watson, David Unsworth (Michael Ball 81), Nick Barmby, John Collins, Don Hutchison, Pembridge, Francis Jeffers (Moore 82), Kevin Campbell.
Subs not used – Ward, Simonsen, Gemmill.
Spurs – Walker, Carr, Perry, Campbell, Edinburgh (Young 81), Anderton, Sherwood, Clemence, Ginola (Nielsen 68), Iversen, Armstrong.
Subs not used –   Espen Baardsen, Willem Korsten, Ruel Fox.
Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance :  36,144.
Weather : Bright & Cold.

Goal-scorers: Everton – Campbell 22   Moore 92;     Tottenham- Armstrong 24   Ginola 28.


14.08.1999 Premier League     Home     Won      3-2

Another game that started at a frenetic pace, but which saw Spurs have the better start. Only the agility of Gerrard in the Everton goal kept out Anderton (who neatly weaved past two defenders on the edge of the box to get in a thumping right foot shot), Ginola’s powerful drive and Iversen’s flicked header. Between these Tottenham efforts, the Toffees had their best spell of the match with Campbell looping a lob onto the top of the bar and Jeffers staying on his feet for once to have a drive deflected over after a neat piece of footwork. It was from this corner that a shot ricocheted to him on the edge of the six yard box (looking suspiciously offside like Shearer on Monday night) and as he took the ball away from goal Walker went to ground behind him. Jeffers was hit by the sniper on the grassy knoll and the ref fell for the conspiracy, pointing to the spot. Unsworth, feeling at home with the responsibility, rifled the penalty just out of Ian’s reach. He also joined the attack later in the half to drill in a low shot that Walker gathered comfortably. In similar fashion to Everton’s goal, it came following the reflex save from Iversen’s header. Anderton swung in the corner and Sherwood got to it first and glanced home the Spurs equaliser. The first half ended all square, but the visitor’s goal had been against the run of play.

The second half saw Tottenham strangely subdued and they let Everton get a foothold back into the match. Spurs did have chances when Les powerfully headed downwards, but Gerrard got his body behind the ball; Anderton was fed in by Leo and his left foot shot flew wide of the target and Stephen Carr popped up in the box and unleashed a stinging shot that the keeper pushed over. Once more, Everton scored against the run of play and once more it was Walker who brought down Jeffers when he was through on goal. The interpretation by the referee to give a yellow card to Walker was strange, but then Alcock lived up to his name with his overall performance during the afternoon. Unsworth went the same way – so did Ian, but the ball shot underneath him to give the Toffees the lead. However, Walter Smith then substituted Jeffers and with no further fear of conceding a penalty Tottenham took the ball by the horns and propelled it toward the Everton goal at every opportunity. The lead only lasted for five minutes, when Ginola went down the line and got a deep cross in (as he should do more often) that caused Gerrard problems, only being able to palm it out. It evaded the two defenders behind him and Leonhardsen was there to shoot high into the roof of the net. At 2-2, you may have thought that Everton would tighten up, but their play let Spurs in for the winner. Carr had time on the right wing to put in a cross with pace and Steffen got in front of his marker to power a header low into the corner of the net. This was not the end of it as even Steffen Freund (on as a sub for Dazza, who faded and got a knock) had a shot that went close and at the end Tottenham were just playing keep-ball as the crowd cheered every pass with Everton looking unable or unwilling to get the ball off us.

The result was probably about right although Spurs should have wrapped the game up in the first half. The two penalties let Everton into the match, when in truth, they never looked like scoring and it will be a worry when we play the better sides, because they won’t allow us back into the game like today. Anderton played well again and Leonhardsen was all over the pitch adding effort to craft in the midfield. Walker was lucky not to be sent off, but if the ref had displayed any consistency, Ward and Hutchinson may well have also gone off. Sherwood was strong and lead by example, while both Les and Iversen toiled away against the four centre-halves played in Everton’s back line. In the end it was like taking candy from a baby, but the Toffees will be wondering how they let the three points be taken from them.

MEHSTG TOP MAN : TIM SHERWOOD

Pete Stachio

Teams : –
Spurs:  Walker, Carr, Taricco, Scales, Perry, Leonhardsen, Sherwood (c), Anderton (Freund 81), Ginola, Ferdinand, Iversen.
Unused subs. : – .
Everton:  Paul Gerrard, Richard Dunne, David  Weir, Richard Gough, David Unsworth, Mark Ward (Alex Cleland 72), Scott Gemmill (Don Hutchinson 72), John Collins, Nick Barmby, Kevin Campbell, Francis Jeffers (Danny Cadamarteri 80).
Unused subs. : – .
Ref. : –  Paul Alcock (Yorkshire).
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : – 35,539.


28.12.1998 Premier League     Home    Won     4-1.

The game that brought the year to an end was a strange affair. Coming after Christmas, it seemed to suffer from some overindulgence, but was satisfying nonetheless. Without playing well, Tottenham somehow managed to come out of the match with all three points and their best win of the season. I think that a poor Everton side had something to do with that. One turning point in the game came in the second half, when Nick Barmby (who was booed throughout) shot from the edge of the box and Walker stretched to push the shot out and away. Tottenham didn’t look back from that point. The first half had been a mish-mash of good play and mistakes. Luke Young had to make a saving tackle when Sol uncharacteristically gave the ball away in front of his own box, while Spurs gave the ball away on occasion like it was a cold Brussels sprout left on the Christmas dinner plate. A weird goal came Tottenham’s way – a cross was headed goalwards by Armstrong, but was blocked by the back of an Everton head. However, the backspin took the ball back towards the middle of the penalty area and Les reacted quickest to lash the ball high into the net past Myrhe. At this point Tottenham were worthy of their lead, with the Toffees keeper making a good save from a long-range header, but was unable to make it stick. The visitors then got an equaliser after Tottenham failed to clear an attack and a cross from the right was headed home by the stooping Bakayoko. Almost immediately after the goal he left the field following a heavy tackle to be replaced by Cadamateri (or some other squid dish). His first action involved a late tackle on Young which was played on by the ref, but Luke stopped and turned to confront the England Under-21 striker. This left Mr. Poll (every footballer’s friend) with no option, but to book the Everton sub. Cleland missed a good opportunity for Everton and for Spurs, Armstrong failed to control a Ginola cross when in front of goal and failed to find Les when a square ball would have left him with a tap-in.

Into the second and things really seemed to go Tottenham’s way. Cleland had come on for Short early on in the first half and this had restricted Ginola’s involvement. However, he battled away doing good defensive work, while Anderton came more into the game. Fox laid on the first goal of the second period for Armstrong, who took the ball past Myrhe and slipped it into the net. His next came when Young’s clearance fell to him in the Everton half. Les got in the way, but back-heeled the ball to Armo to finish inside the box. His hat-trick arrived when Dazza lobbed the ball over a static defence and he took his shot early to leave the keeper grasping at thin air. It was an expert display in finishing from a player who had been four games without a goal and who will miss the next game because of suspension. He almost set up Ferdinand for another and at one stage in this half Tottenham strung about fifteen passes together to great cheers from the crowd as Everton chased shadows. At the other end, Young made a remarkable tackle in the area to take the ball from behind and get away without fouling the Everton forward.

It was a shame that Mr. Poll and one of his assistant referees spoiled what was otherwise an excellent afternoon out. I think the ref must have been on a performance related pay scheme, the yellow cards he dished out were mostly unjustified. However, I know it was only Everton, but we needed a win and hopefully the new year will see many more. A good performance, with more to come I’m sure.

MEHSTG TOP MEN : – STEPHEN CARR & LUKE YOUNG

Teams : –
Spurs : – Ian Walker, Sol Campbell, Stephen Carr,  Luke Young, Darren Anderton, Ruel Fox, David Ginola, Allan Nielsen (Stephen Cemence 46), Andy Sinton, Chris Armstrong )Steffen Iversen 89), Les Ferdinand  .
Unused subs. : – .
Everton : – Thomas Myrhe, Slaven Bilic, David Unsworth, Richard Dunne, Craig Short (Alex Cleland 6), Michael Ball, John Collins (John Oster 76), Olivier Dacourt, Don Hutchison  , Nick Barmby, Ibrahima Bakayoko (Danny Cadamateri 33  ).
Unused subs. : – .
Ref. : – .
Linesmen : –  .
Attendance : – 36,053.


29.08.1998 Premier League    Away    Won     0-1

‘We’re Spurs and we’re proud of it’ sang the Spurs following after this gritty & determined performance secured Spurs first points of the new campaign. There was no booing of Spurs players from the hard-core fans who were firmly behind the team.  Barmby did however get some justifiable stick until he was substituted.  It must soon be time for him to move on to a club nearer home!

Gross made some brave team selections. Walker was replaced by Baardsen. Vega again partnered Campbell in the centre of defence. Calderwood was brought in to the centre of midfield alongside Anderton with Fox wide right and Nielson wide left but ‘tucking in’. Ginola joined Ferdinand up front.

Spurs started well with some good passing and movement. An early cross by Fox from the right eluded Ferdinand but found Nielson arriving to win a corner. Ginola’s corner was high and hanging. Ferdinand made an excellent run and leap to power a downward header which went through Collins legs and bounced on the line on its way past Myhre and into the net. Just over 5 minutes on the clock and Spurs 1-0 up. Now we had a lead to defend and defend it we did . Plenty of hard work for Mr. Gross throughout the team with Spurs players closing down tackling and hassling and not allowing Everton to settle. None epitomised the effort more than Ferdinand who worked tirelessly for the cause. When Everton did get chances Baardsen was equal to them saving at point blank range from Cadamateri and tipping over a free kick from Dacourt. Spurs even created the odd chance with Carr making an excellent run into the box . He was found by Fox but the attempt was blocked by Myhre.

Half Time 0-1.

The second half saw much of the same.  Everton pressured but were not playing well. Ginola had gone down on a number of occasions and had been booked in the 1st half, Early in the second half he was picked out wide on the left by Anderton and outpaced Unsworth as he raced into the area. As he closed on goal Unsworth caught Ginola’s heel and down he went. Penalty ?  No said the referee play on. It was the most blatant penalty ever seen. Ginola could not believe what had happened and for a couple of minutes took no part in the game as he showed his frustration at one end of the pitch whilst the game continued at the other. He eventually regained his composure sufficient to join in but was then intent on giving a solo display. There is no doubt that Ginola goes down theatrically. Sometimes he is fouled sometimes not. The referee must take a balanced view. Mr. Jones did not and was wrong. Eventually close to the end of the game he whistled for a foul on Ginola. Hallelujah Hallelujah came the chant from Spurs fans.

Ferguson did get the ball in the net for Everton but was Offside before he bundled over Campbell and then beat Baardsen.   Espen the Viking made further excellent saves from Ferguson twice and was also brave enough to clatter into him when coming for a cross although Baardsen got the worst of that challenge.

The whole team certainly played for each other with a spirit that has been missing. Baardsen was outstanding and Walker will find it difficult to get back in. Campbell was a Colossus again and Vega supported him well. The midfield worked for each other and made Everton look a poor side, John Collins included.  Up front Ferdinand was outstanding until replaced by Armstrong.  We rode our luck a little but this was the sort of performance that was needed to boost confidence. The fact we got 5 yellow cards confirms the commitment. We must now take it from here . The problems have not been solved and there is much to do . Everton are not a great side but they probably thought this was their game and Spurs commitment was too much for them.

‘We’re Spurs and we’re proud of it’.

MEHSTG TOP MAN : ESPEN BAARDSEN.

Eric the Viking

Teams : –
Everton : –  Thomas Myhre, Craig Short, David Unsworth, Marco Materazzi, Alex Cleland  (John Spencer 74), Nicky Barmby (Don Hutchison 74), Olivier Dacourt, John Collins, Michael Ball  , Danny Cadermateri, Duncan Ferguson.
Unused subs. : – .
Spurs : –  Espen Baardsen, Stephen Carr  , Ramon Vega  , Sol Campbell, Paolo Tramezzani, Ruel Fox, Darren Anderton  , Colin Calderwood, Allan Nielsen, David Ginola  , Les Ferdinand    (Chris Armstrong 71)
Unused subs. : –  Ian Walker, Clive Wilson, Stephen Clemence, Rory Allen.
Ref. : – P. Jones.
Linesmen : –  .
Attendance : – 39,378.
Weather – Fine, Dry, Warm.


04.04.1998 Premier League    Home     Drew     1-1

Another Saturday, another six-pointer. This one had a false start in more ways than one. The whistle blew for the start of the match and was then blown again as one of the Everton players was in the Spurs half. The ref allowed Spurs to kick-off again, but failed to realise that Armstrong and Fox were some 20 yards inside the Everton half of the pitch !! Spurs started well, but did allow Everton time and space to exploit, which they did. Ferguson had a tame shot saved by Walker and Barmby was foiled by Vega (although it looked like he missed from a couple of yards himself). Their first decent effort was the goal and that resulted from an intercepted clearance, which Barmby fed to Madar, who strolled through our non-existent offside trap to slot past Walker. It was only quick thinking by Carr that thwarted Ferguson again. The strong wind was obviously a major factor in the way the game was played and must have been far too fierce for Barmby, Madar, Ginola and Armstrong, the way that they kept ending up on the floor. The half ended with Spurs pressing, but Ginola’s curling shot from the edge of the box that whizzed inches wide was the closest they came.

The excitement of the Grand National being shown on both our video screens (the second in use for the first time) must have reached the Spurs dressing room, as they looked fired up for the second half but the best chance early on fell to Ferguson. He raced away from Vega, who had slipped, exchanged passes with Madar and in the clear and 12 yards out, he preceded to blaze yards wide with his right foot. Spurs seized the moment and Klinsmann went close with two flashing headers from Carr crosses. However, a quick throw-out from Myhre found Barmby, who ran past Wilson and was only foiled when Walker dived out at his feet. This saw the end of Clive’s involvement in the game as he left the field with a shoulder injury and was replaced by Calderwood, who played a solid game in his stead. Berti was replaced by Saib for the last 20 minutes and the Algerian’s precise passing brought about an immediate change. It was his dinked pass into Vega, who nodded across goal for Armstrong to head home that put Spurs equal. Then Saib’s cross produced an acrobatic scissor-kick from Jurgen that was blocked by Watson’s face and Armo managed a volley with his back to goal that went wide. Even then things weren’t finished, as the ball flew across the Spurs goal and Ball had a shot at the death saved by Walker as it came through a forest of legs.

Barmby obviously feels he has something to prove to the Spurs fans as he went around kicking the Spurs players until he got booked for his third late challenge. His every touch prompted shouts of “Tottenham Reject”, which he wasn’t, but his career has nose-dived since his departure. Ginola was frustrating again and did nothing to impress the referee, who rightly booked him for diving. If yellow cards are an indication of the amount of fight in the side, then Everton are bound to stay up, but the final score in terms of goals was probably about right. Spurs had more possession, but did little with it in terms of clear goal-scoring chances and Everton broke quickly and utilised the space they were given. A point a piece to keep both away from the bottom three – both Bolton and Barnsley failing to win, but in the remaining games both Spurs and Everton need a couple of wins to climb to safety.

Teams : – .
Spurs:  Ian Walker, Stephen Carr (Colin Calderwood 58), Ramon Vega, Sol Campbell, Clive Wilson (David Howells 79), Allan Nielsen, Ruel Fox, Nicola Berti (Moussa Saib 70), David Ginola  , Jurgen Klinsmann, Chris Armstrong  .
Unused subs. : –  Espen Baardsen, Stephen Clemence.
Everton:  Thomas Myrhe, John O’Kane  , Dave Watson, Richard Dunne, Craig Short, Michael Ball  , Don Hutchison, Gavin McCann  , Nick Barmby  , Mickael Madar  (John Spencer 79), Duncan Ferguson.
Unused subs : – .
Ref : – Alan Wilkie (Durham).
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  35,646.


29.11.1997 Spurs ran out 2-0 winners in a Premier League game they dominated at Goodison Park.

Everton had the best of the first half, but were unable to convert the chances they created, while Clive Wilson was alert in the first minute to clear Duncan Ferguson’s header off the line.  Ex-Spur Nick Barmby glanced a shot against the bar and Spurs were further hampered, when the injured Campbell had to be replaced before half-time.

Spurs had a good opportunity in the 56th minute, when Ramon Vega headed over when well-placed from Scales’ header back into the box at Ginola’s corner.  Fortunately, he was more accurate in the 72nd minute, when he was on hand to put Andy Sinton’s cross into the net.  When David Ginola ripped a shot past the keeper following a mazy run to make it 2-0, Spurs had the points sewn up.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Slaven Bilic  , Terry Phelan (Andy Hinchliffe 72), Craig Short (Danny Cadamateri 74), Carl Tiler, Gareth Farrelly (John Oster 65), Gary Speed, Mitch Ward, Danny Williamson, Nick Barmby, Duncan Ferguson.
Unused Subs. : –
Spurs : –   Ian Walker, Stephen Carr, Clive Wilson, Ramon Vega  , Sol Campbell (John Scales    44), Andy Sinton, Ruel Fox, Colin Calderwood, David Ginola, Les Ferdinand (Steffen Iversen 78), Allan Nielsen (Darren Anderton 58).
Unused Subs. : –  Espen Baardsen, Rory Allen.
Ref. : –  .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : – 36,670.


12.04.1997 Gary Speed’s single goal won this Premier League game for struggling Everton, as Spurs suffered a number of injuries during the game at Goodison.

Speed struck in the 11th minute to give the home side a lead they held onto despite Tottenham having good openings that Sheringham (twice) and Campbell’s header could not finish.  Allan Nielsen’s effort was saved acrobatically by Neville Southall.  At the other end, Ian Walker saved from Duncan Ferguson and Graham Stuart, while Nick Barmby hit a shot into the side-netting.  Caretaker manager Dave Watson did well to head Teddy Sheringham’s free-kick off the line to maintain the vital lead for Everton.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Earl Barrett, Terry Phelan (Michael Ball 45  ), Claus Thomsen  , Dave Watson, Richard Dunne  , Gary Speed, Graham Stuart  , Michael Branch (Nick Barmby 58), Duncan Ferguson  , Paul Rideout  .
Unused subs. : – .
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell, Stephen Carr (Ruel Fox 56), Ramon Vega, John Scales (Neale Fenn 46), Justin Edinburgh  , Jason Dozzell, Allan Nielsen (Dean Austin 32  ), Ronny Rosenthal, Teddy Sheringham  .
Unused subs. : –
Ref. : – .
Linesmen :-  .
Attendance : – 36,380.


24.08.1996 In a disappointing Premier League match, played in heavy rain at White Hart Lane, Ian Walker was in good form to keep Andrei Kanchelskis, Graham Stuart and Duncan Ferguson at bay, while Spurs’ best opportunities came to Sheringham, Dozzell and Rosenthal resulting in a 0-0 draw.

Teams :.
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Clive Wilson, Sol Campbell, Colin Calderwood  , Justin Edinburgh, Andy Sinton, Ruel Fox, Jason Dozzell, David Ginola, Teddy Sheringham, Chris Armstrong (Ronny Rosenthal 30).
Unused subs. : –  Baardsen, Nethercott, Kerslake, McMahon.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Earl Barrett, Andy Hinchcliffe, David Unsworth, Joe Parkinson, Craig Short  , Graham Stuart (Paul Rideout 76), Tony Grant, Duncan Ferguson, Gary Speed  , Andrei Kanchelskis.
Unused subs. : – Paul Gerrard, John Ebbrell, Marc Hottiger, Michael Branch.
Ref. : –  .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : – 29,696.


02.12.1995 Premier League     Home     Drew      0-0..

Teams : –
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Sol Campbell, Colin Calderwood  32, Gary Mabbutt    45, Ruel Fox, Jason Dozzell, David Howells, Teddy Sheringham, Chris Armstrong, Ronny Rosenthal (Gerard McMahon 76).
Unused Sub. : –  Chris Day, Justin Edinburgh.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Craig Short (Andy Hinchcliffe 46), Dave Watson, Matt Jackson, David Unsworth, John Ebbrell   57, Graham Stuart    25, Andrei Kanchelskis, Joe Parkinson, Anders Limpar, Duncan Ferguson, Daniel Amokachi    34.
Unused subs. : – Jason Kearton, Barry Horne.

Ref. : – Steve Dunn.
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  32,894.


22.10.1995 Chris Armstrong salvaged a point from Tottenham’s Premier League visit to Goodison Park. Graham Stuart had put the Toffees ahead in the 12th minute, before Armo got a goal back in the 38th minute to share the points.

Teams :
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Gary Ablett, Andy Hinchliffe (Anders Limpar 83), Dave Watson, Matt Jackson, Craig Short, Barry Horne, Andrei Kanchelskis, Vinny Samways, Graham Stuart, Paul Rideout
Unused Subs. : –  David Unsworth, John Ebbrell
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin    55, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell (Jason Dozzell 54), Gary Mabbutt, Clive Wilson, Ruel Fox, David Howells, Gerry McMahon (Ronny Rosenthal 73), Chris Armstrong, Teddy Sheringham
Unused Subs. : – Erik Thorstvedt
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Ref. : Mr. Roger Dilkes (Mossley)
Linesmen : Mr. A. J. Martin (Yellow Flag); Mr.J. P. Robinson (Red/Yellow flag)
Reserve Official : Mr. K. Warbrick (Liverpool)
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Attendance : –   33,629

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Match sponsor : Umbro
Shirt sponsors : Danka
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09.04.1995 FA Cup Semi-Final     Elland Road     Lost      1-4

The FA Cup semi-final at Elland Road was won by the Toffees, when Everton scored with goals from Daniel Amokachi 2, Graham Stuart and Matt Jackson, while Spurs’ consolation goal came from a Jurgen Klinsmann penalty.

Jackson opened the scoring with a header from a 35th minute corner, getting across Stuart Nethercott to beat Ian Walker at his near post.  It was into the second half that Graham Stuart doubled the lead on 55 minutes and although Dave Watson pulled down Teddy Sheringham for Klinsmann to score from the spot, substitute Daniel Amokachi scored twice in the last twenty minutes to see the Toffees through to the final.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Matt Jackson, David Watson (c), David Unsworth, Gary Ablett, Anders Limpar, Andy Hinchcliffe, Joe Parkinson, Barry Horne, Paul Rideout (Daniel Amokachi 71), Graham Stuart.
Unused Subs. : –   Jason Kearton, Tony Grant.
Manager : –  Joe Royle.
Spurs : –   Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Colin Calderwood, Gary Mabbutt (c), Stuart Nethercott (Ronny Rosenthal 84), Gheorghe Popescu, David Howells, Darren Anderton, Nick Barmby, Teddy Sheringham, Jurgen Klinsmann.
Unused Subs. : –   Erik Thorstvedt, Jason Cundy.
Manager : Ossie Ardiles.
Ref : – Robbie Hart.
Linesmen : –
Attendance : –  38,226.


17.12.1994 .

Teams :
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Matt Jackson, David Burrows, Dave Watson, David Unsworth, Barry Horne, John Ebbrell, Joe Parkinson (Anders Limpar 51), Paul Rideout, Stuart Barlow, Andy Hinchcliffe
Unused Subs. : –  Jason Kearton, Graham Stuart
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin    27, Sol Campbell, David Howells, Colin Calderwood, Gary Mabbutt, Darren Anderton, Gheorghe Popescu, Ronny Rosenthal    45, Teddy Sheringham, Nick Barmby
Unused Subs. : –  Chris Day, Justin Edinburgh, Stuart Nethercott,.
Ref. : –  Keith A. Cooper.
Linesmen : – .
Crowd :  –  32,809
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24.08.1994 Another outstanding goal-scoring master-class by Jurgen Klinsmann saw off Everton in this Premier League match.

Teddy Sheringham nearly gave Spurs the lead when he reached Kerslake’s cross and diverted the ball up onto the bar and then reacted quickly, but his header just went over the bar.  In the 27th minute, David Kerslake broke down the right wing to cross into the box.  The ball fell at the far post, where Sheringham knocked it back, Nethercott headed down and Klinsmann leapt to scissor kick the ball past Southall with great power.

With 35 minutes gone, another Kerslake cross flicked off Sheringham’s head and Klinsmann reacted well to the speeding ball to direct it just inside the post to give Tottenham a 2-0 advantage.  Just before the break an Unsworth handball in the box gave Sheringham the chance to make the lead even greater, but his penalty kick was blazed over the top.

Everton did get back into the game a minute intp the second half, when a quick free-kick was played to John Ebbrell, who bent the ball round the Spurs defence for Paul Rideout to slide in at the far post to narrow the lead.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Colin Calderwood, Stuart Nethercott (Gary Mabbutt 81), Sol Campbell, David Kerslake, Justin Edinburgh, Darren Anderton    58, Nick Barmby, Ilie Dumitrescu (Micky Hazard 61), Jurgen Klinsmann, Teddy Sheringham
Unused sub. : – Chris Day.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Gary Ablett, David Unsworth, Dave Watson, Matt Jackson, John Ebbrell    65, Joe Parkinson (Andy Hinchcliffe 81), Vinny Samways, Graham Stuart, Tony Cottee, Paul Rideout (Brett Angell 77)
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Unused subs. : – Jason Kearton.
Ref. : –  .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  24,553.


26.03.1994 Premier League     Away     Won     1-0.Steve Sedgley’s 70th minute goal was enough to settle this Premier League meeting with Everton at Goodison Park in Tottenham’s favour.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Andy Hinchcliffe, Ian Snodin, Dave Watson, Matt Jackson, John Ebbrell, Barry Horne, Anders Limpar, Graham Stuart, Tony Cottee, Paul Rideout (Brett Angell 78).
Unused subs. : – Jason Kearton, Preki.
Spurs : – Ian Walker, David Kerslake, Kevin Scott (Jason Dozzell 12), Stuart Nethercott, Gary Mabbutt, Justin Edinburgh (Sol Campbell 56), Darren Anderton, Vinny Samways, Nick Barmby, Ronny Rosenthal.
Unused subs. : – Erik Thorstvedt.

Ref. : – Keren Barrett.
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  23,580.


03.10.1993 A stirring end to this match saw Spurs grab a late winner to disappoint a spirited Everton side in the Premier League at White Hart Lane.

Paul Rideout’s 16th minute goal was equalised by Teddy Sheringham’s firm header from Danny Hill’s 59th minute cross, but the lead for Everton was regained by Cottee’s 68th minute penalty.  The penalty detracted from Gary Mabbutt’s day, as it was his 500th appearance for Tottenham and it was him who brought the former West Ham United striker to the ground to concede the spot-kick.

The game seemed to be slipping away from Tottenham, but Darren Anderton grabbed what seemed to be a point in the 89th minute with a finish to Sedgley’s cross and Sheringham’s nod down.  However, the Spurs fans in the crowd (and the Sky TV audience in front of their TVs) went wild when Darren Caskey shot home through a crowd of players in the area at the Paxton end to net the winner in the second minute of added time.

Teams : –
Spurs : –   Erik Thorstvedt, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell (Danny Hill 19 [Paul Moran 74]), David Kerslake, Steve Sedgley, Gary Mabbutt, Darren Anderton, Jason Dozzell, Darren Caskey    90, Vinny Samways, Teddy Sheringham
Unused subs. : –
Everton : –   Neville Southall, Gary Ablett, Andy Hinchcliffe, Paul Holmes, Matt Jackson, Peter Beagrie (Preki 74), John Ebbrell, Barry Horne, Mark Ward    76, Paul Rideout, Tony Cottee (Stuart Barlow 87)
Unused subs. : –  Jason Kearton
Ref. :-  Roger Milford.
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  27,487
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10.02.1993 Spurs edged a Premier League meeting with Everton at Goodison Pak by two goals to one.

Gary Mabbutt gave Spurs a 26th minute lead when his good run found him unmarked to head in Darren Anderton’s left wing corner.  The home side pulled level just three minutes later when the ball was played across to Kenny Samson on the left and his cross-shot beat Thorstvedt from the edge of the box.

But Spurs hit back to score the winning goal that started with a Pat van den Hauwe long throw in the 69th minute.  It was headed on by Anderton and Paul Allen found himself eight yards out to slice a volley past Neville Southall to give Tottenham a 2-1 victory.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Alan Harper (Mo Johnson 62), Kenny Samson, Matt Jackson, Dave Watson (c), Gary Ablett, Billy Kenny (Preki Radosavljevic 30), Peter Beardsley, Tony Cottee, Paul Rideout, Barry Horne
Unused Sub. : –  Jason Kearton
Manager : – Howard Kendall
Spurs : –  Thorstvedt, Austin (van den Hauwe 51), Edinburgh, Samways, Ruddock    58, Mabbutt (c), Howells, Andy Gray (Nayim 67), Anderton, Sheringham, Paul Allen
Unused Sub. : –  Ian Walker
Manager : –  Doug Livermore/Ray Clemence.
Ref. : –  Keren Barratt.
Linesmen : –  .
Attendance : – 16,164.


05.09.1992 Tottenham’s captain for the day Paul Allen was on the mark to pull Spurs back into this first ever Premier League meeting with Everton at White Hart Lane. 

Peter Beardsley scored to give Everton a 1-0 lead in the 42nd minute when he ran away from the Spurs defence down the left, to slot home past Ian Walker, who got a hand to the ball, but could not stop it.

Things looked black for Spurs with only 11 minutes left, but a long throw from Andy Gray led to Gordon Durie having a cross-shot that was touched on by Sheringham, with Neville Southall saving, but Paul Allen hit the loose ball past Southall to level the scores and a point looked the likely outcome for Tottenham.  The introduction of Andy Turner from the bench to make his debut changed the course of the game.  As Spurs pressed forward and won a few late corners, one dropped just inside the box at the far post and Turner struck the ball as it bounced up, waist-high and it ripped into the net for a late winner gave Spurs the points and made him the youngest scorer in the Premier League at the time aged 17 years and 166 days – a record that stood for five years.

Teams : –
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Jason Cundy, David Tuttle, Pat van den Hauwe, Darren Anderton (Andy Turner 54), Paul Allen (c), Andy Gray    17, Vinny Samways, Gordon Durie, Teddy Sheringham
Unused subs. : –  Erik Thorstvedt, Justin Edinburgh
Manager : –  Doug Livermore/Ray Clemence
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Alan Harper, John Ebberell, Gary Ablett, Andy Hinchcliffe, David Watson, Robert Warczycha (Peter Beagrie 78), Peter Beardsley, Mo Johnston (Stuart Barlow 57), Barry Horne    84, Mark Ward
Unused subs. : –  Jason Kearton
Manager : – Howard Kendall
Ref : –  Robert Hart (Darlington)
Linesmen : – 
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Attendance : – 26,303.


25.04.1992 Division 1     Home     Drew     3-3.

Teams : –
Spurs : – Ian Walker, Pat van den Hauwe, Jason Cundy, Gary Mabbutt, Justin Edinburgh, Paul Stewart, Paul Allen, Andy Gray (Paul Walsh), Jeff Minton (Steve Sedgley), Gordon Durie, Gary Lineker.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Gary Ablett, Iain Jenkins (David Unsworth), Matt Jackson, Alan Harper, Peter Beagrie, Mark Ward, Robert Warzycha, Pat Nevin, Stuart Barlow, Peter Beardsley
Unused sub. : – .

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  34,630.


05.10.1991 Tottenham’s unbeaten away record crashed to a halt with a hat-trick from Everton’s Tony Cottee in 13 minutes at Goodison Park.

The former West Ham striker gave the Toffees the lead in 14 minutes, but Gary Lineker’s diving header pulled Spurs level on 17 minutes.  Cottee converted a 21st minute penalty before completing his treble six minutes later to condemn Tottenham to defeat.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Martin Keown, Kevin Ratcliffe, Dave Watson, Alan Harper, John Ebbrell, Kevin Sheedy (Ray Atteveld), Mark Ward (Mike Newell), Robert Warzycha, Peter Beardsley, Tony Cottee
Spurs : –  Erik Thorstvedt, Gudni Bergsson, Steve Sedgley, Gary Mabbutt, David Tuttle, Nayim (David Howells), Paul Stewart, Vinny Samways (Ian Hendon), Paul Allen, Gordon Durie, Gary Lineker
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Attendance : – 29,505.


24.04.1991 Division 1     Home     Drew     3-3.

Teams : –
Spurs : – Erik Thorstvedt, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Justin Edinburgh, Paul Allen, Nayim, David Howells, Paul Stewart, Vinny Samways, Gary Lineker (David Tuttle), Paul Walsh (Steve Sedgley).
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Andy Hinchliffe, Martin Keown, Kevin Ratcliffe, Eddie Youds (Kevin Sheedy), Peter Beagrie, John Ebbrell, Stuart McCall, Pat Nevin, Robert Warzycha, Tony Cottee.

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  21,675.


18.11.1990 Division 1     Away     Drew     1-1

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Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Martin Keown, Kevin Ratcliffe, Neil McDonald (Pat Nevin), Ian Snodin (Mike Newell), Ray Atteveld, John Ebbrell, Stuart McCall, Kevin Sheedy, Tony Cottee, Graeme Sharp.

Spurs : – Erik Thorstvedt, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Pat van den Hauwe, Steve Sedgley, Paul Allen, Nayim, David Howells, Paul Stewart, Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker (Paul Walsh).
Ref. : – Keith Hackett (Sheffield).
Linesmen : –  Mr. G. P. Davies (Salford) – Red flag; Mr. J. Higham (Bury) – Yellow flag
Fourth official : –  Mr. P. J. Harris (Great Sankey)
Attendance : –  28,716
Match Sponsor : – Room 2000
Matchball Sponsor : –  MAP Refrigerated Distribution.


09.12.1989 Division 1     Home     Won     2-1.

Spurs edged the First Division match at White Hart Lane with Everton by the odd goal in three.

It was in the 11th minute when Cottee finished from close-range to hand the Toffees the advantage, but after blocked shots from Gary Lineker and Paul Stewart, the pair combined to create the equaliser in the 23rd minute.  Steve Sedgley won the ball at the back giving it to Mitchell Thomas, who moved it on to Vinny Samways.  He played a first-time pass to Stewart on the left and his low cross was swept into the net by a perfectly-timed run by Lineker.

Erik Thorstvedt had to be alert to make good saves from Graeme Sharp and Cottee in the first half, but it was Spurs who got the deciding goal.  Lineker returned the favour to Stewart and sent him through to rifle a shot past Neville Southall with an hour gone.  There was still plenty of action left in the game, with Thorstvedt saving from the two Everton strikers again and Southall keeping out efforts from Lineker, Gascoigne and Thomas in the closing stages.

Teams : –
Spurs : – Erik Thorstvedt, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Pat van den Hauwe, David Howells, Paul Allen, Steve Sedgley, Paul Stewart, Paul Gascoigne, Vinny Samways (Gudni Bergsson), Gary Lineker.
Manager : – Terry Venables
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Dave Watson, Kevin Ratcliffe, Neil McDonald, Ray Atteveld, Peter Beagrie, John Ebbrell (Mike Newell), Stuart McCall, Kevin Sheedy, Tony Cottee, Graeme Sharp.
Manager : – Colin Harvey
Ref. : – Keren Barrett (Coventry).
Linesmen : – Mr. A. J. Bunce (Oxon) – Red Trim; Mr. A. S. Foot (Surrey) – Yellow Trim.
Reserve official : – Mr. B. Lennox (Herts)
Attendance : –  29,374.


22.08.1989 A shock early goal for Everton rocked Spurs, who were able to equalise before falling to a winner for the Toffees at Goodison Park.

Mike Newell scored within seconds of the kick off, but Paul Allen equalised with Spurs gaining a grip on the match.  Neil Pointon had to clear a Paul Stewart shot off the line and Neville Southall was forced into a flying save to prevent David Howells’ shot beating him.  However, a flowing 70th minute move from the home side brought a winner from Kevin Sheedy.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Dave Watson, Kevin Ratcliffe, Ian Snodin, Neil Pointon, Stuart McCall, Kevin Sheedy, Pat Nevin, Mike Newell, Graeme Sharp, Norman Whiteside.
Spurs : – Erik Thorstvedt, Terry Fenwick, Gary Mabbutt, Guy Butters, Gary Stevens, David Howells, Paul Allen, Steve Sedgley (Vinny Samways), Paul Stewart, Paul Gascoigne (Paul Walsh), Gary Lineker.

Ref. : –  .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  34,402.


22.04.1989 Division 1      Home     Won     2-1.

Teams : –
Spurs : – Erik Thorstvedt, Terry Fenwick, Chris Hughton, Gary Mabbutt, Guy Butters, David Howells, Paul Allen (Nayim 83), Chris Waddle, Paul Stewart, Paul Gascoigne (Vinny Samways 77), Paul Walsh.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Dave Watson, Pat van den Hauwe, Kevin Ratcliffe, Neil McDonald, Paul Bracewell (Wayne Clarke 77), Trevor Steven, Kevin Sheedy (Stuart McCall 77), Pat Nevin, Graeme Sharp, Tony Cottee.

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  28,568.


03.12.1988 Spurs lost out by a single Tony Cottee goal at Goodison Park.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Dave Watson, Pat van den Hauwe, Kevin Ratcliffe, Ian Snodin, Paul Bracewell, Trevor Steven, Stuart McCall, Ian Wilson, Graeme Sharp (Wayne Clarke), Tony Cottee.
Spurs : – Bobby Mimms, Terry Fenwick, Chris Fairclough, Gary Mabbutt, Guy Butters, Mitchell Thomas, Paul Allen, Chris Waddle, Paul Stewart, Paul Gascoigne, Vinny Samways (Paul Walsh).

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  29,657.


09.03.1988 Division 1    Home     Won     2-1..

Teams : –
Spurs : – Bobby Mimms, Terry Fenwick, Chris Fairclough, Gary Mabbutt, Brian Statham, Mitchell Thomas, Paul Allen, Clive Allen, Ossie Ardiles, Vinny Samways (John Moncur), Paul Walsh.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Dave Watson, Pat van den Hauwe, Gary Stevens (Paul Power), Neil Adams (Adrian Heath), Neil Pointon, Kevin Sheedy, Trevor Steven, Graeme Sharp, Wayne Clarke.

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  18,622.


05.09.1987 ..

Teams : –
Everton : –  Bobby Mimms, Dave Watson, Pat van den Hauwe, Kevin Ratcliffe, Alan Harper, Ian Snodin, Neil Pointon, Peter Reid, Trevor Steven, Graeme Sharp, Wayne Clarke (Adrian Heath).
Spurs : – Ray Clemence, Chris Fairclough, Richard Gough, Gary Mabbutt, Mitchell Thomas, Clive Allen, Ossie Ardiles, Nico Claesen, Steve Hodge (Johnny Metgod), Chris Waddle, Clive Allen.

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  32,389.


11.05.1987 Division 1    Away  ..

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Kevin Ratcliffe, Dave Watson, Pat van den Hauwe, Gary Stevens, Neil Adams, Alan Harper, Ian Snodin, Peter Reid, Graeme Sharp, Adrian Heath (Derek Mountfield).
Spurs : – Tony Parks, Mark Stimson, John Polston, Neil Ruddock, Chris Fairclough, Gary Stevens, Nico Claesen, John Moncur, Vinny Samways, Phil Gray, Paul Moran (Shaun Close).

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  28,287.


27.09.1986 Division 1     Home     Won     2-0.

Teams : –
Spurs : – Ray Clemence, Richard Gough, Graham Roberts, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Clive Allen, Tony Galvin (Mark Falco), Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Clive Allen.
Everton : –  Bobby Mimms, Derek Mountfield, Kevin Ratcliffe, Dave Watson, Kevin Langley, Kevin Sheedy (Neil Adams), Trevor Steven, Paul Power, Adrian Heath, Graeme Sharp, Paul Wilkinson.

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  28,002.


19.03.1986 Screen Sports Super Cup Semi-Final replay.

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Teams : –
Everton : –  .
Spurs : – .

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  12,008.


04.03.1986 FA Cup Fifth Round.     Home     Lost     1-2

Teams : –
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Paul Miller (John Chiedozie), Graham Roberts, Danny Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Steve Perryman, Paul Allen, Gary Stevens, Mark Falco, Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Kevin Ratcliffe (Adrian Heath), Pat van den Hauwe, Alan Harper, Neil Pointon, Paul Bracewell, Peter Reid, Kevin Richardson, Trevor Steven, Graeme Sharp, Gary Lineker.

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  23,338.


05.02.1986 Sports Screen Super Cup Semi-Final.

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Teams : –
Spurs : – .
Everton : –  .

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  7,548.


01.02.1986 A late goal at Goodison Park won the match for the home side when it looked as though Spurs might take a First Division point from their visit to Merseyside.

Only eight minutes remained when some slick passing freed Peter Reid, who had been out injured for five months and the midfielder fired in a shot off the underside of the bar to beat Ray Clemence.  The goal took Everton top of the table, while Spurs were down in 13th place.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Gary Stevens, Pat van den Hauwe, Kevin Ratcliffe (c), Neil Pointon, Trevor Steven, Peter Reid, Paul Bracewell, Kevin Richardson, Graeme Sharp, Gary Lineker
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Gary Stevens, Paul Miller, Gary Mabbutt, Chris Hughton, John Chiedozie, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Perryman (c), Chris Waddle, Clive Allen (Paul Allen), Mark Falco

Ref. : –  .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  33,178.


01.02.1986 Division 1     Away     Lost     0-1..

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Gary Stevens, Pat van den Hauwe, Kevin Ratcliffe (c), Neil Pointon, Trevor Steven, Peter Reid, Paul Bracewell, Kevin Richardson, Graeme Sharp, Gary Lineker.

Spurs : – Ray Clemence, Paul Miller, Gary Mabbutt, Chris Hughton, Steve Perryman (c), Gary Stevens, Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Clive Allen (Paul Allen), Mark Falco, John Chiedozie.
Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  33,178.


26.08.1985 A Gary Lineker goal won this First Division match … for Everton !!

In the days before he joined Spurs, he got thirty league goals in this season for the Toffees and it was enough for his first goal for the Blues in his fourth game to secure all the points from this game with a full-length diving header.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Paul Miller, Danny Thomas, Chris Hughton, Graham Roberts (c), Paul Allen, Ossie Ardiles (Ian Crook), Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Mark Falco.
Everton : –   Neville Southall, Gary Stevens, Pat van den Hauwe, Kevin Ratcliffe (c), Alan Harper, Trevor Steven, Kevin Sheedy, Paul Bracewell, Ian Marshall, Adrian Heath (Graeme Sharp), Gary Lineker.
Attendance :  –  29,720
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03.04.1985 Tottenham’s hopes of challenging for the First Division title more or less ended with a disappointing defeat at home to Everton.

As early as the ninth minute, the visitors took the lead when striker Andy Gray volleyed in a fierce shot from 20 yards and in the 62nd minute, Trevor Steven added a second to give Spurs a tough task to get anything out of the game.  Although Graham Roberts scored a pile-driver from 25 yards out in the 73rd minute, Tottenham could not force an equaliser and finished the game on the attack, but with no reward.

Teams : –
Spurs:   Ray Clemence, Mark Bowen, Paul Miller, Danny Thomas, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman (c), Ossie Ardiles, Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks (Gary Brooke), Mark Falco.
Everton:  Neville Southall, Derek Mountfield, Kevin Ratcliffe, Gary Stevens, Pat van den Hauwe, Paul Bracewell, Peter Reid, Trevor Steven, Kevin Sheedy, Andy Gray, Graeme Sharp
Ref. : –
Linesmen : –
Attendance :  –  48,108


25.08.1984 A sparkling win on the opening day of the season saw Spurs stun the European Cup Winners Cup holders who paraded the trophy before the match.  New manager Peter Shreeves threw new signings Clive Allen and John Chiedozie into the side and they made an immediate impact.  Adrian Heath’s penalty put Spurs behind in the 16th minute, but it was not long before Tottenham pulled level with Mark Falco scoring in the 39th minute.

Within two minutes, Clive Allen had opened his goal-scoring account for the club and then was joined in the debut scoring six minutes after the interval, when Chiedozie hit the net to make it 3-1 to Tottenham.  When Allen hit the fourth Spurs goal, it rounded off a fine first afternoon of the season for the side against the side who won the title at the end of the season.

Teams : –
Everton : –   Neville Southall, John Bailey, Derek Mountfield, Kevin Ratcliffe, Gary Stevens, Paul Bracewell, Peter Reid, Kevin Richardson (Andy Gray), Trevor Steven,  Adrian Heath, Graeme Sharp
Spurs : –  Erik Thorstvedt, Gudni Bergsson, Steve Sedgley, Gary Mabbutt, David Tuttle, Nayim (David Howells), Paul Stewart, Vinny Samways (Ian Hendon), Paul Allen, Gordon Durie, Gary Lineker
Attendance :  –  35,630
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21.01.1984 Division 1      Away     Lost     1-2..

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Derek Mountfield, Kevin Ratcliffe, Gary Stevens, Alan Harper, Peter Reid, Kevin Richardson, Kevin Sheedy, Alan Irvine,  Adrian Heath, Graeme Sharp.
Spurs : –  Tony Parks, Gary Stevens, Mark Bowen, Graham Roberts, Paul Miller, Steve Perryman (c), Gary Mabbutt, Steve Archibald, Mark Falco, Glenn Hoddle, Tony Galvin.

Ref. : – .
Linesmen : – .
Attendance : –  17,990.


17.09.1983 Two first half goals for Everton from Peter Reid and Kevin Sheedy put Spurs on the back foot, but they managed to pull one back shortly after the interval through Mark Falco, but were unable to grab an equaliser to end their run of three home games without a win.

A long throw by Everton’s Gary Stevens from left saw a group of players go up at the near post and the ball dropped for Kevin Sheedy to rifle the ball home with his left foot from the left corner of the six-yard box in the 38th minute.

Into the second half, Hughton played a long ball forward that headed out by Mountfield, but picked up by Falco, 30 yards out on the right.  He held off two players and turned to smash a low bouncing shot past the keeper from 25 yards out.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Clemence, Hughton, O’Reilly, Roberts, Price, Perryman (c), Mabbutt, Falco, Galvin, Brooke, Crooks (Brazil)
Everton : –  Jim Arnold, John Bailey, Kevin Ratcliffe, Mark Higgins, Alan Harper, Peter Reid (Kevin Richardson), Kevin Sheedy, Trevor Steven, Adrian Heath, David Johnson, Graeme Sharp
Ref : –
Attendance :  –  27,487
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Everton attacked the Park Lane end in the first half.


19.02.1983 Spurs slipped to a 0-2 defeat at Goodison Park in the Fifth Round of the FA Cup.

Teams : –
Everton : – Jim Arnold, John Bailey, Gary Stevens, Kevin Ratcliffe, Mark Higgins, Alan Irvine, Andy King, Kevin Richardson, Kevin Sheedy, Adrian Heath, Graeme Sharp
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, John Lacy, Paul Price, Ricky Villa (Glenn Hoddle), Steve Perryman (c), Tony Galvin, Gary Mabbutt, Terry Gibson, Micky Hazard, Garth Crooks
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Attendance : –  42,995
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03.01.1983 Division 1     Home     Won     2-1.A Terry Gibson double gave Spurs a 2-1 win over Everton at White Hart Lane.

Graeme Sharp scored for the Toffees, but it wasn’t enough to stop Spurs form taking the points.

Teams : –
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Gary O’Reilly, Simon Webster, Giorgio Mazzon, Steve Perryman (c), Garry Brooke, Glenn Hoddle, Terry Gibson, Steve Archibald, Ally Dick.
Everton : –  Jim Arnold, John Bailey, Gary Stevens, Kevin Ratcliffe, Mark Higgins, Steve McMahon, Peter Reid, Kevin Sheedy, David Johnson, Graeme Sharp, Terry Curran.

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Attendance : –  28,455.


04.09.1982 Division 1     Away     Lost     1-3.

Goals from Kevin Sheedy, Steve McMahon and Billy Wright condemned Spurs to a 3-1 defeat at Goodison Park, with only Steve Archibald’s goal to show for the trip to the North-West.

It only took six minutes for Kevin Sheedy to hand Everton the lead, with Billy Wright extending it to 2-0 in the 17th minute.  When Steve McMahon scored again before half-time, it looked ominous for Tottenham, but they stuck at their task and pulled a second half goal back a minute after McMahon had seemingly put the game out of Tottenham’s reach.  Spurs then pressed to get closer to Everton in the second half, but failed to take the chances that were made.

The game was marred by the sending off of John Lacy and a few minutes later, the home team’s John Bailey.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, John Bailey, Brian Borrows, Billy Wright  , Mark Higgins, Alan Ainscow, Andy King, Steve McMahon, Kevin Sheedy, Adrian Heath, Graeme Sharp
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Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Paul Miller (Micky Hazard), John Lacy  , Gary Mabbutt, Steve Perryman (c), Garry Brooke, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Archibald, Garth Crooks, Tony Galvin.

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Attendance : –  30,563.


30.01.1982 Division 1     Away     Drew     1-1.

Spurs and Everton exchanged goals to see both teams leave with a First Division point each.

Teams : –
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Gary Stevens, Kevin Ratcliffe, Mick Lyons, Mark Higgins, Alan Irvine, Paul Lodge, Kevin Richardson, Peter Eastoe, Adrian Heath, Graeme Sharp.
Spurs : – Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Paul Miller, Paul Price, Steve Perryman (c), Ossie Ardiles, Ricky Villa, Glenn Hoddle, Mark Falco (Garry Brooke), Garth Crooks, Tony Galvin.

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Attendance : –  30,709.


19.09.1981 Division 1     Home     Won     3-0.

Spurs scored through a Glenn Hoddle penalty and goals from Chris Hughton and Graham Roberts to win 3-0 against Everton at the Lane.

Teams : –
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman (c), Ossie Ardiles, Ricky Villa, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Archibald, Mark Falco.
Everton : –  Neville Southall, Mick Walsh, Kevin Ratcliffe, Mick Lyons, Billy Wright, Alan Ainscow, Asa Hartford, Steve McMahon, Peter Eastoe, Mickey Thomas, Alan Biley.

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Attendance : –  31,219.


04.04.1981 Everton took the first half and Spurs the second as the spoils were shared in this First Division match.

Asa Hartford gave Everton the lead at White Hart Lane after fourteen minutes, with Imre Varadi returning to the club where he was a junior to double the Toffees lead on the half hour.  However, the tables were turned after the break, as Spurs hit back to grab a point with goals from Garth Crooks’ athletic scissors kick and Tony Galvin’s conversion of Ossie Ardiles’ cross.

Teams : –
Spurs : –   Milija Aleksic, Chris Hughton, Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Garry Brooke (Ricky Villa), Steve Perryman, Ossie Ardiles, Steve Archibald, Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks.
Colours : – White shirts with one Navy blue line in V-neck and cuffs, Navy blue shorts, White socks with one Navy blue line around turnover
Kit supplier : – Le Coq Sportif
Manager : – Keith Burkinshaw
Everton : –   Seamus McDonough, John Gidman, John Bailey, Mick Lyons, Billy Wright, Asa Hartford, Paul Lodge, Trevor Ross, Gary Stanley, Peter Eastoe, Imre Varadi (George Telfer).
Colours : –  Blue shirts with white collar and V-neck and white Umbro logo down sleeve; White shorts with Blue Umbro logo down sides; Blue socks with white Umbro logo around turnover
Kit supplier : – Umbro
Manager : – Gordon Lee
Ref : –  Michael Taylor (Walmer, Kent).
Linesmen : –  Mr. A. R. Girdlestone (Herts) – Red flag; Mr. D. J. Simmons (Surrey) – Yellow flag.
Attendance : – 27,208

Match Sponsor : – National Girobank.


01.11.1980 Goodison Park hosted this 2-2 draw between Everton and Spurs in Division One.

Goals from Steve McMahon and Peter Eastoe were cancelled out by a brace from Steve Archibald.

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Everton : – Jim McDonagh, John Gidman, John Bailey, Billy Wright, Mick Lyons, Garry Stanley, Steve McMahon, Peter Eastoe, Bob Latchford (Eamonn O’Keefe), Asa Hartford, Joe McBride.
Spurs : –  Daines, Hughton, Miller, Lacy, Perryman, G. Smith, Ardiles, Hoddle, Villa, Archibald, Crooks.
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19.04.1980 Spurs ran out 3-0 winners in this home match against Everton in Division 1.

Everton went close in just the second minute through Peter Eastoe, but it was Spurs who found the net with Paul Miller scoring, before Ossie Ardiles put Tottenham 2-0 ahead before half-time.  When Tony Galvin placed a shot that beat Martin Hodge in the Toffees’ goal to make it 3-0, Tottenham went on to control the game and end with a comfortable victory.

Teams : –
Spurs : –   Barry Daines, Chris Hughton, Don McAllister, Paul Miller, Steve Perryman, Ossie Ardiles, Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle, Micky Hazard (Peter Taylor), Gerry Armstrong, Chris Jones
Everton : –  Martin Hodge, John Gidman, John Bailey (Joe McBride), Kevin Ratcliffe, Billy Wright, Mick Lyons, Asa Hartford, Gary Megson, Trevor Ross, Peter Eastoe, Brian Kidd
Referee : –  – (-)
Linesmen : – Mr. .. (-) – Red flag; Mr. .. (-) – Yellow flag
Crowd : – 25,245
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With credit to Steve Johnson’s Everton Results site and the 11v11 website for some of the information on Everton team line-ups on this page.