Spurs v Huddersfield Town Youth Match Reports
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27.08.2011 An early goal had to be overcome before Tottenham’s Under-18s could claim a 3-2 win over Huddersfield Town at Canalside in the FA Premier Academy League. Poor defending allowed the Terriers to take an early lead through Max Leonard on 15 minutes, but a good move on the right wing gave Roman Michael-Percil the opportunity to grab an equaliser from Calum Tapping’s pass just before the half hour mark. 

Three minutes into the second period, Tottenham took the lead with Ronnie Hawkins curling home a free-kick from the right hand corner of the area, but the lead only lasted for ten minutes, with Matt Crooks hitting a half-cleared ball back past a throng of players to make the score 2-2.  But Tottenham pressed forward and in the 67th minute, Jesse Waller-Lassen scored from a blocked effort by Tapping to restore the lead once more.  it was a lead that Spurs would hold until the final whistle to give them their first league win of the season.

Teams :
Huddersfield Town –  Lloyd Allinson, Dominic Dickinson, Israel Johnson, James Burke, Adam Field (cpt), Jordan Sinnott, Matt Crooks (Josh Windass), Warrick Charlton, Max Leonard, Ryan Cox (Harrison Blakey).
Subs not used :  Duane Holmes
Spurs –  Jordan Archer, Jack Barthram (Oliver Modeste 67), Alex McQueen, William Ekong, Jesse Waller-Lassen, Ronnie Hawkins (Ruben Lameiras 67), Calum Tapping, Jack Munns, Roman Michel-Percil, Shaquille Coulthirst, Lee Angol (Frederick Champion 75)
Subs not used :  Billy Granger
Attendance : –  ,

14.05.1974 Spurs won the FA Youth Cup with a 1-0 away win over Huddersfield Town in the second leg at Leeds Road.

The game was score-less at full time and went into extra time, when Roger Gibbins netted the vital goal that won the trophy for Tottenham 2-1 on aggregate.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Cranstone, Ian Smith, Mickey Stead, Andy Keeley, Wayne Cegielski, Gary Anderson, Noel Brotherson, Neil McNab, Chris Jones, Roger Gibbins, John Margerrison
Subs not used :
Huddersfield Town –  Dick Taylor, Alan Sweeney, Paul Garner, Stephen Barrett, Peter Hart, Martin Fowler, Lloyd Maitland, Bob Mountain, Bob Newton, Dave Nicholls, Francis Firth
Subs not used :  Paul Cooper
Attendance : –   ,

11.05.1974 Huddersfield Town took a 1-1 draw away from White Hart Lane in the first leg of the FA Youth Cup final against Spurs.

John Margerisson was the Tottenham goals-scorer on the day to leave it all to play for in the second leg.

Teams :
Huddersfield Town –
Spurs –
Attendance : –   ,