Spurs v Gillingham Match Reports
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21.09.2016 League Cup.  Home.  Won 6-0.
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09.11.1982 League Cup.  Away.  Won 4-2.   Teams :
Gillingham –  .
Subs not used : 

Spurs – 
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  14,446

18.01.1908 Southern League  Won 2-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  5,000


16.03.1907 Southern League  Won 2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –  6,000


10.11.1906 Southern League  Won 1-0.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  20,000


05.03.1906 Southern League  Lost 0-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  6,000


21.10.1905 Southern League  Won 6-0.

Teams :
Spurs –
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –  15,000


08.04.1905 Southern League  Won 2-0.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  6,000


10.12.1904 Southern League  Drew 1-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  6,000


09.04.1904 Southern League  Won 1-0.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  10,000


05.04.1904 Southern League  Won 1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –  6,000


11.04.1903 Southern League  Lost 0-3.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  4,000


05.01.1903 Southern League  Won 3-1.

Teams :
Spurs –
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –   3,000


05.04.1902 Southern League  Drew 0-0.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  5,000


12.10.1901 Southern League  Won 3-1.

Teams :
Spurs –
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –  7,324


02.03.1901 Southern League  Won 2-1.

Teams : 
Spurs – 
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –  4,500


10.11.1900 Southern League  Won 2-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –   3,000


28.04.1900 Southern League  Won 2-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  3,000


24.03.1900 Southern League  Won 1-0.

Teams : 
Spurs – 
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –  5,000


10.04.1899 Thames & Medway League  Lost 4-5.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  Unknown


18.03.1899 Southern League  Won 3-0

Teams :
Spurs – 

New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –   3,000


13.03.1899 Southern League  Drew 1-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –   3,000


17.10.1898 Thames & Medway League  Won 2-1.

Teams : 
Spurs – 
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –  6,000


02.04.1898 Southern League  Won 3-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –   4,000


02.10.1897 Southern League  Lost 0-1.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –   4,000


27.03.1897 Southern League  Won 2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –
New Brompton –  .
Attendance : –   2,000


20.02.1897 Southern League  Lost 1-2.

Teams :
New Brompton –  .
Spurs –
Attendance : –  2,000


Spurs v Gillingham Notes

Milestones

 




 

They are linked with both


Andy Barcham

Peter Beadle

Keith Blunt

Keith Burkinshaw

Guy Butters

Freddie Cox

Charlie Daniels

Justin Edinburgh Spurs defender who moved into non-league management and did well enough to be picked up by Newport County, where he got them into the League and then moved to Gillingham in February 2015.

Tommy Forecast

Bert Goodman

John Gorman Spent time after retiring from playing for Spurs as a coach and assistant/caretaker manager at the Kent club

Lars Hirschfeld

John Joyce

Jimmy Kennedy Also featured as player-trainer at the club.

David Kerslake Joined Gillingham as Justin Edinburgh’s assistant in 2015.

Paul Konchesky A loan player with Spurs for five games, the defender moved around before moving to Priestfield on a free transfer when released form Leicester City in 2016.

Charlie Lee

Terry Lee

Tom Leslie

Stuart Lewis

Kevin Maher

Billy Manuel

Dean Marney

Leigh Mills

Connor Ogilvie

Jamie O’Hara Joining Spurs Academy side, Jamie O’Hara went on to make the first team at White Hart Lane playing over 50 matches, before he was sold to Wolverhampton Wanderers.  Following a disagreement with the management there, he was frozen out and moved on to Fulham, before he was released and joined the Gills in the summer of 2016.

Tim O’Shea .

Tony Parks Played 49 times for Spurs, including the UEFA Cup final of 1984, before moving on.  During his time at Tottenham he was on loan at Priestfield.

Andy Polston

Martin Robinson .

Jimmy Scarth Inside forward who won the League title with Spurs and went on to score the fastest recorded hat-trick in football at the time, when playing for Gillingham.

George Skinner

Neil Smith .

Alex Steel

Bobby Steel

Mark Stimson Had a loan spell at Priestfield while at Spurs and then went on to manage the Gills between 2007 and 2010, getting them relegated to League Two, promoted back up via the play-offs and then relegated again before he had his contract terminated.

Peter Taylor

Stuart Thurgood

Steve Walford

Roy Woolcott Was on loan at Priestfield from Spurs in the 1970s.

 

Debuts for Spurs against Gillingham


Marcus Edwards 21.09.2016

 

Last game for the club  – played against Gillingham



 

First goal scored for the club – scored against Gillingham


Josh Onomah 21.09.2016

 

Last goal scored for the club – scored against Gillingham


Josh Onomah 21.09.2016

 

 

Milestones




 

Transfers from Tottenham to Gillingham 


Name Date Fee

Martin ROBINSON October 1984 £15,000

Jimmy SCARTH February 1952

Mark STIMSON 1989 Loan

Neil SMITH 1990 Loan

Neil SMITH 1991 Undisclosed

Leigh MILLS August 2008 Loan

Charlie DANIELS August 2008 Loan

Connor OGILVIE 7 July 2017 Loan

Connor OGILVIE July 2018 Loan

Connor OGILVIE May 2019 Undisclosed

 

Transfers from Gillingham to Tottenham


Name Date Fee

Peter BEADLE June 1992 £150,000