Spurs Reserves v Millwall Reserves Match Reports
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13.08.1997 The first game of the 1997-98 season was hosted by Spurs at Brisbane Road and Millwall Reserves were the visitors.

The new surroundings suited Tottenham with Rory Allen heading a chance just wide and Paul Mahorn’s volley going off-target, but when Jose Dominguez (in his first appearance in a Spurs shirt) was fouled on the edge of the area, the resulting free-kick was placed in the top corner of the net by Jamie Clapham to hand Spurs a 1-0 lead.  Danny Hill’s tricky run set up Mahorn, another free-kick produced a chance for Allen, whose shot bounced off the goalpost and Dominguez came infield from the right to go close with a shot.

With Millwall pressing for an equaliser, Spurs scored to make it 2-0 when Jason Dozzell and Clapham combined to tee up Danny Hill to find the net.  It was almost three soon after, as Hill and Mahorn played a one-two and Hill’s effort was saved by the Lions keeper and Mahorn’s attempt from the rebound went close.  With ten minutes to play, Millwall scored after Spurs allowed a man space at the far post, but Tottenham managed to see out the game for the victory.

Teams :
Spurs Reserves –   Simon Brown, Kevin Maher, Jamie Clapham, Jason Dozzell, Stuart Nethercott, Leon Townley, Jose Dominguez (Garry Brady 60), Danny Hill, Rory Allen (James Bunn 65), Paul Mahorn, Peter Gain
Unused sub. : – Webb
Millwall Reserves –  .


28.03.1984 The Football Combination match set to be played between Millwall Reserves and Spurs Reserves in South London was postponed on the request of the home side. 

20.10.1956 Spurs Reserves welcomed Millwall to White Hart Lane and then helped themselves to three goals in each half, with the Lions only managing one in the first period.

There were two goals each for Syd McClellan and Terry Dyson (one of which was a penalty), with one each from Johnny Brooks and Sonny Walters as Spurs ran in a big score.

Teams :
Spurs Reserves –  F. Smith, Shaw, Ken Barton, Colin Brittan, Johnny Ryden, Ernie Walley, Sonny Walters, Syd McClellan, Tommy Bing, Johnny Brooks, Terry Dyson
Millwall Reserves –  .
Attendance : –   ,


 

Spurs v Millwall Youth Match Reports


21.04.2007 Tomas Pekhart opened the scoring on 25 minutes for Tottenham, but despite taking the game to the Lions, the away side hit back, capitalising on a defensive mistake to equalise ten minutes before the break. Cian Hughton’s cross was converted by Pekhart for the Tottenham goal, but Spurs could not add to that goal because of some poor finishing and good goalkeeping, although they created a number of chances.

Teams :
Spurs –  Stroud, Takura Mtandari, Cian Hughton, Dean Parrett (Alex Smith 70), Joe Martin (Kyle Fraser-Allen 60), Leigh Mills, David Hutton, Jake Livermore, Tomas Pekhart, David Hutchins, Jon Obika
Subs not used :   Jamie Butler, Luke Medley
Millwall –  .
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  ,


03.09.2005 Millwall took the lead in this U18s match, but Spurs hit back with a goal from one of three Spurs subs thrown on to rescue something from the game, Simon Dawkins to grab a draw.

Teams :
Spurs –  Tommy Forecast, Smith, Joe Martin, Matthew Wells, Chris Riley, Greg Lake (Leigh Mills 65), Jamie Davis, Stuart Lewis, Claude Seanla (Hamed 65), Jacques Maghoma, Heller (Simon Dawkins 65)
Subs not used : Cian Hughton, John Kyriacou
Millwall –  .
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  ,


21.04.2001 This home game was played away at Bromley, with Millwall taking advantage of their home ground, scoring three goals in the first half in four minutes, as Spurs’ Under-19s struggled to find any pattern of play.  The Lions hit a fourth in the second half to complete a convincing win.

Teams :
Spurs –   
Roberts (Rob Burch 45), Adams, Neil Lacy, Maurizio Consorti, Stephen Kelly, James Quilter, George Snee, Ghyslain Vedeux, Yannick Kamanan (Barnett 18), Johnnie Jackson, Luca Di Giuliantonio
Subs not used :
Millwall –  .
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  ,


17.02.2001 Spurs Under-17s were pegged back by a last minute Millwall goal in a game that was played out by two evenly matched sides.

Just three minutes had passed when schoolboy Spurs striker Ben Eaton played in John Sutton, who scored emphatically.  It was a disappointment, but a fair result, when Millwall scored a last-gasp leveller.

Teams :
Spurs –  Rob Burch, James Lee, Dhall (Paul O’Donoghue 80), Dean Marney, Ronnie Henry, Danny Foster, Mark Hughes, Walter Thomas (Nicky Wettner 59), John Sutton, Ben Eaton (Newman 59), David Galbraith
Subs not used :  Paul Rutherford, Ghyslain Vedeux
Millwall –  .
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  ,



05.12.1983 Spurs were knocked out of the FA Youth Cup at the Second Round stage, in a replay at White Hart Lane 3-1 by Millwall Youth.  Spurs lost Tim O’Shea just after the start of the second half, being taken to hospital with a hairline fracture of his leg.

The Lions led throughout with one first half goal and two in the second half, before Martyn Kidd scored a consolation for Spurs near the end of the match.

Teams :
Spurs –  H. Phillips, Andy Edmonds, M. Barnes, John Polston, Tim O’Shea (David Martin), Steve Grenfell, Martyn Kidd, G. Hardwick, Danny Maddix, Carl Hoddle, Frank Norton
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


30.11.1983 Spurs forced a replay in the FA Youth Cup Second Round by drawing 2-1 away to Millwall Youth.

With Millwall taking the lead through Ted Sheringham in the 34th minute, it was only nine minutes before the end that a penalty to Spurs awarded for handball was converted by Steve Grenfell to take the tie to White Hart Lane.

Teams :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Peter Corder, Andy Edmonds, D. Castell, John Polston, Tim O’Shea, Steve Grenfell, Martyn Kidd, G. Hardwick, Danny Maddix, Carl Hoddle, M. Barnes (Frank Norton)
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


19.01.1980 Millwall Youth hosted Spurs in a SECL Division 1 match that finished two apiece.

Spurs scored through Ian Crook and Steve Cox to secure a point in South London.

Teams :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Tony Parks, Terry Emms, Alex Hamill, John Cooper, Pat Corbett, A. Costello, Chris Harvey, Ian Crook, Steve Cox, Kevin Dickenson, Anderson Rollock
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


13.10.1979 A single Millwall goal settled this SECL Division 1 Cup First Round replay at Cheshunt.

Teams :
Spurs –  Paul Allies, G. Brown, Alex Hamill, Terry Emms, Pat Corbett, Kevin Dickenson, Jimmy Bolton, Chris Harvey, Paul Wilkins, John Cooper, Anderson Rollock
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


10.03.1979 Millwall Youth held Spurs to a 3-3 in a enthralling South-East Counties Division 1 match at Cheshunt.

It was Tottenham who went ahead with Mark Falco giving us an early lead, but Millwall equalised before Kerry Dixon restored the lead, although the Lions managed to go into half-time at 2-2 scoring just before the break.  Terry Gibson once more put Spurs ahead, although both sides had to settle for a point with Millwall making it 3-3 in the final few minutes of the match.

Teams :
Spurs –  Paul Allies, Peter Southey, Alex Hamill, Giorgio Mazzon, Gerry Reardon, Simmonds (John Cooper), Terry Gibson, Garry Brooke, Kerry Dixon, Mark Falco, Jimmy Bolton
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


24.02.1979 Millwall Youth knocked Spurs Youth out of the South-East Counties Division 1 Cup at the Den with a 1-0 win with a goal scored just before the interval.

Teams :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Paul Allies, Peter Southey, G. Brown, Gerry Reardon, Gary O’Reilly, Chris Harvey, Alex Hamill, Pat Corbett, Terry Gibson, Jimmy Bolton, Kerry Dixon
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


29.10.1977 Gary Marchant opened the scoring for Tottenham, but that was as good as it got for the Youth team in this SEC Division One game.  Millwall pulled level before the interval and then went on to add two more goals into the second half to win the match.

Teams :
Spurs –   Batchelor, S. Wilson, M. Wyatt, G. Reardon, S. Mabey, L. Jones, G. Marchant, S. Turner, Chris Wright, Paul Foley, R. Cook (P. Kennedy)
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


19.02.1977 Millwall were the hosts as Spurs Youth travelled to South London and the Lions came out on top 3-1, with Tottenham’s only consolation being a goal from Mark Falco.

Teams :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –   P. Batchelor, S. Mabey (Garry Brooke), Stuart Beavon, Phil Holyoak, Terry Boyle, Paul Miller, Owusu Aberbrese (Gary O’Brien), M. Foster, R. Cook, S. Cummings, Mark Falco
Attendance : –  ,


03.02.1975 Spurs hosted Millwall Youth in the First Round of the London Youth Cup at Cheshunt, with the crowd having to wait until extra time until there was any scoring.

The lions took the lead through Jimmy McKillop in the 100th minute, but Spurs hit back with Glenn Hoddle scoring four minutes later.  In the second period of extra time, Hoddle hit another two goals to complete his hat-trick and give Spurs a 3-1 victory.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian
Cranstone, Roger Wade, Micky Stead, Andy Keeley, Steve Walford, Fred Barwick, Noel Brotherston, Glenn Hoddle, Martin Robinson, Kevin Stead, Gary Hyams
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –   ,


25.01.1975 Millwall Youth came to Cheshunt for a South-East Counties Division 1 match and left on the end of a 4-1 defeat.

With goals from Roger Wade, Gary Bacon, an own goal and one from Martin Robinson, Spurs ran out comfortable winners.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian
Cranstone, Roger Wade, M. Cleaver, Fred Barwick, Kieran Barrett, King, Noel Brotherston, Martin Robinson, Kevin Stead, Cavanagh
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


08.10.1974 Spurs crushed Millwall Youth 6-0 in the First Round of the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup at White Hart Lane.

Goals from Martin Robinson 2, Glenn Hoddle, Ian Smith, Gary Hyams and a Rendell own goal saw Tottenham through.

Teams :
Spurs –
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –   ,


05.10.1974 Spurs Youth beat Millwall Youth away by two goals to one in the South-East Counties Division 1 with the goals coming from Steve Cavanagh and a Glenn Hoddle penalty.

Teams :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Ian
Cranstone, Ian Smith, Micky Stead, Andy Keeley, Kieran Barrett, Cavanagh, Noel Brotherston (Gary Hyams), Glenn Hoddle, Martin Robinson, Garry Bacon, Neil McNab.
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


16.02.1974 Cheshunt was the venue for Tottenham Youth’s 4-1 win over Millwall. Gary Smith, Ian Smith and Doug Howe goals had given Spurs a 3-0 lead within nine minutes of the kick off !!  The Tottenham scoring was rounded off by a further Howe goal halfway through the second period, with Millwall gaining a consolation near the end of the match.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Cranstone, Ian Smith, Wayne Cegielski, Micky Stead, Garry Bacon, Kieran Barrett (J. Arbuckle), S. Cooper, Noel Brotherston, G. Smith, Martin Robinson, Howe
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –   ,


16.02.1974 Spurs Youth had a convincing win over Millwall Youth at Cheshunt in the South East Counties Division One.Gary Smith, Ian Smith and Doug Howe gave Tottenham a 3-0 lead within nine minutes of the kick off and Howe went on to add a fourth Spurs goal halfway through the second half.  Millwall gained a consolation goal near the end, but left pointless for their trek back to South London.  

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Cranstone, Ian Smith, Micky Stead, Kieran Barrett (J. Arbuckle), Wayne Cegielski, G. Smith, Garry Bacon, Noel Brotherston, S. Cooper, Martin Robinson, Howe
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –   ,


14.04.1973 Spurs Youth played Millwall Youth away in the Football Combination and returned north of the river with both points as they triumphed 3-2.

Goals from a header from Gary Mabee from a corner and a second goal scored by Danny Clapton put Tottenham 2-0 ahead at the break, but immediately after the kick-off in the second half, Millwall rallied getting an early goal.  Their equaliser came halfway through the second period and in the end, Spurs were grateful to Keith Osgood for a late drive from the edge of the box that flew in to secure the win.

Teams : –
Millwall : –
Spurs : –  Ian Cranstone, Andy Keeley, Gary Hayzeldean, Keith Osgood, Wayne Cegielski, Gary Anderson, Noel Brotherston, Garry Bacon, Gary Mabee, Danny Clapton, Bobby Scarth.


04.11.1972 Spurs Youth beat Millwall Youth 3-2 in the South-East Counties Division 1 at Cheshunt.

Goals from Chris Jones and two from Keith Osgood won the game for Spurs.

Teams : –
Spurs : – Ian Cranstone, Ian Smith, Gary Hayzeldean, Andy Keeley, Wayne Cegielski, Gary Anderson, Chris Jones, John Margerrison, Roger Gibbins, Keith Osgood, Bobby Scarth
Sub. not used : –
Millwall : –
Sub. not used.
Attendance : –  ,


26.02.1972 Tottenham’s third successive defeat was inflicted by Millwall at Greenwich in the South-East Counties League Division 1.

Although Gary Mabee gave Spurs an early lead, four Millwall goals before half-time completed the scoring in the match.

Teams : –
Millwall : –
Sub. not used : –
Spurs : –  P. Matthews, Les Boughey, Gary Anderson, John Field, Keith Osgood, Chris McGrath, Roger Gibbins, John Margerrison, Danny Clapton, Bobby Scarth.
Sub. not used : –
Attendance : – ,   .


27.11.1971 Chris McGrath’s goal gave Tottenham Youth a 1-1  draw at home to Millwall Youth in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Teams :
Spurs – 
P. Matthews, Les Boughey, Gary Anderson, R. Walker, Keith Osgood, Chris McGrath, Roger Gibbins, John Margerrison, Gary Mabee, Cook, Chris Jones.
Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


10.04.1971 A 3-1 win over Millwall Youth was secured by two goals from Ray Clarke and another from Gary Mabee to give Tottenham Youth both South-East Counties Division 1 points.

Teams :
Spurs –   Terry Lee, Les Boughey, C. Rigby, Keith Osgood, Joe Peck, Eddie Jones, Gary Mabee, Danny Clapton, Ray Clarke, J. Lewis, Mike Flanagan
Sub. not used :  John Henry
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


17.11.1970

Spurs Youth overcame Millwall Youth 2-0 in the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup First Round Replay at the Den.

A straightforward ball into the Millwall box caused more problems than it should have done, allowing Peter Johnson to score in the 10th minute, with Mike Flanagan intercepting a short goal-kick that went wrong in the 77th minute to slot home the second Spurs goal.  

By then, Tottenham were down to ten men, as Mike Dillon had been sent off in the 67th minute following an incident in opposition’s penalty area.

Teams :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Ward, M. Jackson, Eddie Jones, Mike Dillon, Joe Peck, Graeme Souness, Paul Johnson (Gary Plackett), Les Boughey, Ray Clarke, Mike Flanagan 

Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


02.11.1970 White Hart Lane staged a First Round Southern Junior Floodlit Cup that saw Spurs Youth draw 2-2 with Millwall Youth.

The two Tottenham goals came from Les Boughey and Mike Flanagan and the sides had to head for The Den for  the replay.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ward, M. Jackson, Eddie Jones, Mike Dillon, Joe Peck, Graeme Souness, Gary Mabee, J. Lewis, Ray Clarke, R. Gilson, Mike Flanagan 

Sub. not used :
Millwall –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


19.09.1970

Spurs Juniors beat Millwall 4-2 at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Junior Cup with the goals coming from Danny Clapton 2, Steve Outram and Julio Grato.

Teams :
Spurs –
Sub.  :
Millwall –  .
Sub. :
Attendance : –  ,