Spurs v Newcastle United notes
|04.10.1997||Only four Spurs subs (Baardsen, Dominguez, Sinton, Nielsen) were named, as Gary Mabbutt was the fifth named sub, but had to replace John Scales, who sustained a calf injury before kick off. It happened so late that the change was regarded as a substitution, although Premier League rules were changed for future instances of such an injury.|
|15.01.1966||A new public address system made by Tannoy was trialled at White Hart Lane for the first time.|
|29.01.1951||Lord Mountbatten was in the crowd to watch Spurs triumph 2-1 on a muddy pitch at White Hart Lane.|
|26.03.1910||Newcastle beat Swindon Town in the FA Cup semi-final, staged at White Hart Lane.|
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|Ossie Ardiles||A Spurs legend, Ossie was an outstanding midfielder at White Hart Lane, making many headlines during his time at the club. When he hung up his boots, he moved into management and left Swindon to take over the Magpies in March 1991. He had a reputation for bringing through the talented youngsters at St. James’ Park, but the team were struggling in the Second Division and he was sacked in February 1992.|
|Ivor Broadis||Spent his early days at Spurs before moving to Cumbria with the RAF in the war.|
|Keith Burkinshaw||A coach at Newcastle, Burkinshaw moved to Spurs as Assistant manager and then took over to become the second most successful Tottenham manager between the years of 1977 and 1984 – winning the FA Cup twice and the UEFA Cup.|
|Stephen Carr||Came through Tottenham’s youth ranks to become an international defender who played 270 times (226 in the league) and score eight goals (seven league) for Spurs from September 1993 until his £2m move to St James’ Park in August 2004, but his appearances were limited due to injury, but he moved on to Birmingham City to play a part in their League Cup win of 2011.|
|Tony Galvin||A Spurs winger from 1978 to 1988, Galvin was noted for his strong running and crossing ability in 273 matches for the Lilywhites. On finishing his playing days, he was brought in at St. James’ Park by manager Ossie Ardiles as Assistant Manager.|
|Paul Gascoigne||Mercurial talent who made headlines on and off the pitch. Started with the Magpies in 1980 on schoolboy terms before turning professional in 1985. Scored 25 goals in just over 100 games before signed by Spurs for a record £2.2 million deal in 1988. Played a major part in saving the club from extinction and winning the FA Cup in 1991, but was injured in the final and fortunate not to be sent off. This set back his move to Lazio and he produced some sparkling performances for England and the other clubs he went on to play for but both Spurs and Newcastle saw the best of the skill that Paul Gascoigne possessed.|
|Peter McWilliam||Newcastle player from 1902 to 1911, winning championship medals in 1907 and 1909, with an FA Cup medal in 1910, also playing on the losing side in 1905, 1906 and 1908. Became Spurs manager in December 1912. Won the Second Division, FA Cup and came runners-up in the First Division before leaving in 1927. Returned to take charge from 1938 up to the start of World War II.
McWilliam was the first footballer to play in and then manage a FA Cup winning side.
|Jack Richardson||Signed for Spurs from Hamilton Academicals in 1924 and made his debut in 1927 at left back. After 38 appearances, he moved to Reading for £500 in June 1929, where he played 128 games in five years at Elm Park.|
|Joe Sibley||A right winger who starred for Tottenham as a war-time guest player featuring in three matches during January 1942 scoring once. After returning to his club – Southend United – Joe signed for Newcastle in February 1947 where he scored six goals in 32 first team matches before going back to Southend in July 1950.|
|Mark Stimson||Defender Stimson started on match for Spurs and played one more as a sub, but left in June 1989 for £200,000 to join Newcastle United, where he stayed for four years, ending his time there in the promotion winning squad under Kevin Keegan.|
|Arthur Turner||Known as “Archie”, Turner had a spell at Newcastle from May 1902 after being signed from Derby County, scoring one goal in thirteen matches. Joined Tottenham in January 1904 for £100, scoring five goals in five Southern League matches, before leaving for Southampton after four months.|
|Chris Waddle||Lazy looking winger that hid his pace and a player who had a wonderful dribbling ability with he could also finish well. Signed for Newcastle in July 1980 and established a reputation as an “old-fashioned” winger who stuck to the touchline, but one who scored 46 goals in 170 league games. Tottenham signed him for a tribunal set fee of £590,000 in July 1985 and he struggled in his first season as the team had a hard time, but in time he played some marvellous football, especially when Gascoigne joined him at The Lane from the Magpies. A fan favourite, he was in the side that reached the 1987 FA Cup final and also finished third in the league and reached the League Cup semi-final in his time there before he was sold to Marseille for £4.5 million in July 1989, much to Gary Lineker’s disgust, as he had signed and was looking forward to linking up with Waddle.
Went on to play for a large number of other clubs before moving into a career as a radio summariser with the BBC.
|Joe Wilson||Inside right was with Newcastle during the 1930s – playing 30 times and scoring five goals. Made a war-time guest appearance in an away fixture against Arsenal at the Lane in a 3-3 draw.|
|Jonathan Woodgate||Centre back who started with Middlesbrough and then went to Real Madrid before returning to the North-East with Newcastle. An England international, his knee problems hampered his career and when he came to Spurs, it was an odd move, but his experience paid dividends straight away, scoring the winning goal in extra time of the League Cup Final in 2009 against Chelsea. Left Spurs after a couple of seasons and joined Stoke City, before making the sentimental move back to the Riverside Stadium to sign for Middlesbrough.|
|DeAndre Yedlin||Young defender bought from Seattle Sounders, a controversial move, as one of his development teams claimed they were owed money in the deal that took him to Tottenham in 2014. Blessed with blistering pace, he took some time to adapt to the Premier League and went on loan to Sunderland, but made only one appearance for Spurs and was sold to Newcastle for £5 million in 2016. Has played over 100 matches for the Magpies at right back and has won 60+ caps for the US National Team.|
Debuts against Newcastle United
Last game for the club – played against Newcastle United
First goal for the club – scored against Newcastle United
Last goal for the club – scored against Newcastle United
|16.10.1954||Bill Paterson makes his Newcastle debut.|
|29.10.1960||Spurs 4-3 win at St James’ Park was a record tenth consecutive away win with the run dating back to April 1960 at the time.|
|22.03.1961||Dave Hollins made his debut and saved a penalty from Danny Blanchflower.|
|07.12.1974||Anthony Bell made his only appearance for Newcastle after joining as an apprentice.
Dennis Laughton made his final appearance for the Magpies.
|07.09.1985||Ray Clemence makes his 1,000th senior appearance.|
|14.08.1993||Newcastle United’s first Premier League fixture.|
|03.12.1994||Teddy Sheringham scores his 50th Spurs goal in his hat-trick.|
|13.12.2003||Alan Shearer scores his 100th goal for Newcastle at St. James’ Park.|
|14.03.2004|| Anthony Gardner makes his 50th Premiership start for Spurs.Kasey Keller makes his 350th career League appearance.
Christian Ziege would also be makes his 100th start in English football.
Lee Bowyer makes his 350th club career appearance.Andy O’Brien makes his 200th career start in League football.
Jermaine Jenas makes his 100th League appearance.
|21.08.2004||Sean Davis makes his 200th club career appearance.
Frederic Kanoute makes his 100th English League start.
Laurent Robert makes his 100th Premiership appearance for Newcastle.
James Milner makes his 50th Premiership appearance.
|10.04.2005||Tottenham’s 500th Premier League match.
Tottenham’s 250th Premier League match at White Hart Lane.
Andy O’Brien makes his 250th career League appearance.
|31.12.2005|| Martin Jol’s 25th League and Cup victory as Spurs Head Coach.
The win took the club’s all-time Premiership points tally to exactly 700.
|01.04.2006||The first Newcastle United goal was the 400th Tottenham have conceded away from home in the Premier League.
Alan Shearer makes his 300th Premiership appearance in a Newcastle United shirt.
Robbie Keane makes his 150th appearance for Tottenham.
Danny Murphy makes his 500th career appearance.
|23.12.2006||The Danny Murphy goal was the 250th Newcastle United had conceded in home Premiership games.
Kieron Dyer makes his 200th start for Newcastle and 300th club career start (Ipswich and Newcastle).
Pavel Srnicek makes his 200th English League appearance and 150th in a Newcastle jersey.
|14.01.2007||Tottenham’s first goal by Jermain Defoe was their 450th Premiership goal at White Hart Lane.
The defeat was Tottenham’s 75th Premiership loss at White Hart Lane.
|22.10.2007||Newcastle United’s third goal was their 500th in home Premier League matches.
Teemu Tainio makes his 50th career Spurs Premier League appearance.
Didier Zokora makes his 50th Tottenham start.
Obafemi Martins makes his 50th start in a Magpies’ shirt.
|30.03.2008||Newcastle United’s first goal from Nicky Butt was their 50th against Spurs in the Premier League.|
|24.09.2008||Spurs won their first cup tie ever at Newcastle United’s ground.|
|21.12.2008||Aaron Lennon makes his 100th Premier League appearance for Tottenham.
Tom Huddlestone makes his 100th appearance in a Tottenham shirt.
Shay Given makes his 350th league appearance in the Newcastle goal.
Nicky Butt makes his 100th Premier League appearance for Newcastle.
|19.04.2009||Michael Dawson makes his 200th career league appearance (Nottingham Forest and Tottenham).
Habib Beye makes his 50th appearance in Newcastle colours.
|22.01.2011||Fabricio Coloccini makes his 100th appearance for Newcastle United.
James Perch plays the 200th League match of his career.
|18.08.2012||Vurnon Anita makes his Newcastle United debut as a substitute.|
|12.02.2014||Alan Pardew manages Newcastle United for the 150th time.|
|15.05.2016||Mitrovic’s goal was the 1,000th of the Premier League 2015-16 season.|
|15.07.2020||Harry Kane’s first goal was the 200th of his club career.
The game was Kane’s 350th match of his club career.
Lucas Moura plays his 50th Premier League match for Tottenham.
|04.04.2021||Harry Kane’s two goals made him the highest away goal-scorer in Premier League history with 84.|
|17.10.2021||Steve Bruce takes charge of the 1,000th match of his career as a manager.|
Transfers from Tottenham to Newcastle United
|John McTAVISH||April 1912|
|Mark STIMSON||May 1989||£150,000|
|Peter GARLAND||March 1992||£60,000|
|Stephen CARR||August 2004||£1,800,000|
|DeAndre YEDLIN||July 2016||£5,000,000|
Transfers from Newcastle United to Tottenham
|Archie TURNER||January 1904|
|Albert GOSNELL||July 1910|
|Jim FLEMING||April 1913|
|Chris WADDLE||July 1980||£650,000|
|Paul GASCOIGNE||July 1988||£2,200,000|
|Kevin SCOTT||February 1994||£850,000|
|Ruel FOX||October 1995||£4,200,000|
|David GINOLA||August 1997||£2,500,000|
|Les FERDINAND||August 1997||£6,000,000|
|Jermaine JENAS||August 2005||£7,000,000|
|Sebastien BASSONG||August 2009||£8,000,000|