Spurs v Peterborough United Match Reports
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02.01.2010 FA Cup Third Round.   Click here for a match report.

19.01.1994 Peterborough United took Spurs to a penalty shoot-out to determine this FA Cup Third Round replay at White Hart Lane.

Spurs had gone ahead early on, when Darren Anderton’s speculative long range drive was fumbled by keeper Fred Barber and Nicky Barmby was on hand to pounce on the loose ball and netted from close range.  However, battling Posh pulled level with a goal from Ken Charlery soon after and the score stayed that way until the end of extra time.

The penalty shoot out was level pegging until 16 year old Andy Furnell saw his penalty saved by Ian Walker, leaving Steve Sedgley to power home his spot-kick to take Tottenham through to the Fourth Round.

Teams :
Spurs – Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Justin Edinburgh, Vinny Samways, Colin Calderwood, Steve Sedgley, Nick Barmby, Micky Hazard, Darren Anderton, Darren Caskey, Sol Campbell (David Kerslake)
Sub. not used : Hendry
Peterborough United –  Fred Barber, , , , , , , Ken Charlery, Andy Furnell.
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  24,893


08.01.1994 London Road hosted a FA Cup Third Round tie against Spurs, who were grateful for a late equaliser to take the game to a replay. Posh were bottom of Division One, but had the more aggressive approach, pushing Spurs back, but having to wait until halfway through the second half, when Jason Brissett fired the ball past Ian Walker from a narrow angle.

Teams :
Peterborough United –    , Jason Brissett.
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, David Kerslake, Justin Edinburgh, Vinny Samways, Colin Calderwood, Steve Sedgley, Nick Barmby, Micky Hazard, Darren Anderton, Darren Caskey, Jason Dozzell.
Sub. not used : Sol Campbell
Attendance : –  19,169


16.10.1968 Spurs edged this League Cup Fourth Round meeting with Fourth Division Peterborough United at the Lane by a single Jimmy Greaves goal.  Stooping to head the ball into the net after Posh keeper Tony Milligan mishandled a corner, Greaves made the breakthrough against a stubborn United side, who thought they had levelled the tie in the 62nd minute, as Peter Thompson ran through to beat Jennings, but the play was pulled back for a handball.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jennings, Kinnear, Want, Mullery, P. Collins, Beal, Robertson, Greaves, Pearce, Gilzean, Venables (Bond)
Manager :  Bill Nicholson
Peterborough United –  Tony Milligan, , , , , , , , , Peter Thompson.
Manager : – Jim Iley
Sub. not used :
Referee :  Leo Callaghan
Attendance : –  
28,378


 

 

Spurs v Peterborough United Reserves Match Reports



15.01.2013 A Spurs Development team took on Peterborough United in a friendly at Hotspur Way and ran out 8-1 winners, with Alex Pritchard scoring half of the Tottenham goals.   Pritchard was the pick of the players with a low 25 yard shot being saved at full length by the Posh keeper, but Cristian Ceballos was on hand to put away the loose ball in the 11th minute, but that was the only scoring in the first half, despite Spurs dominating the possession.

Spurs pressed hard all over the pitch after the re-start and that created more space and more possession, with Gomelt finding room to cross from the left for Pritchard to guide the ball home to make it 2-0 and then a few minutes after, the winger fired home to finish off Ceballos’ good work on the right flank.   A trademark curling right footed free kick from 20 yards out brought Alex his hat-trick, with another added in the 69th minute, as he ran at the defence before curling home from the edge of the area to make it 5-0. 

Jonson Clarke-Harris scored an outrageous 30 yard goal for Peterborough to grab a goal back on 72 minutes, but sub keeper Liam Priestley made amends with a fine stop that then launched a move that ended with Ceballos hitting the top left hand corner of the net with a bending shot from 12 yards out.  Massimo Luongo got forward to round off some passing that opened up Peterborough through the middle and he nudged the ball into the net in the 84th minute, before Shaquile Coulthirst neatly scored from Pritchard’s low pull-back with less than a minute remaining to make the final score 8-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jonathan Miles (Liam Priestley 63), Nathan Byrne, Jack Barthram, Ginacarlo Gallifuoco, Kevin Stewart, Massimo Luongo, Dean Parrett (Nabil Bentaleb 70), Tomislav Gomelt, Souleymane Coulibaly (Shaquile Coulthrist 82), Cristian Ceballos, Alex Pritchard
Subs not used :
Peterborough United –  .
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  ,



04.09.1965 A 3-0 home win in the Football Combination saw Spurs make it four wins out of four with this victory over Peterborough United reserves.  Roy Low, David Gillingwater and Keith Weller wrapped up the win for Tottenham.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Embery, Joe Kinnear, Neil Johnson, A. Smith, Lye, Steve Pitt, Keith Weller, David
Gillingwater, Roy Low, Jimmy Robertson
Peterborough United – 

Attendance : –   , 



06.03.1965 Spurs racked up a 5-1 home win over Peterborough United in the Football Combination.

Peterborough’s goal was scored by Tony Read, but Two goals each for Keith Weller and Les Allen and another goal from Alan Gilzean gave Tottenham the win.

Teams :
Spurs –  –

Peterborough United – 

Attendance : –   , 



07.11.1964 Peterborough United reserves scored a 4-2 home win in the Football Combination at London Road.

Although Tottenham scored through Frank Saul and a David Beaver own goal, Posh went on to win thank to Ollie Comny, Ken Maloy (2) and Eddie Clamp finding the net.

Teams :
Peterborough United – Brian Robertson, David Beaver, Ron Cooper, Eddie Clamp, Brian Wright, Dick Bennett, Ron Barnes, Ollie Conmy, Ken Malo, Peter Thompson, Andy Crawford
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Ian Fusedale, Dennis Walker, Phil Beal, Roger Smith, Laurie Brown, Keith Weller, Eddie Clayton, Frank Saul, Roy Low, David
Gillingwater.
Attendance : –   2,989
Referee : – W. Morris
Linesmen : – W. Mason; J. Gray.



Credit to www.theposhtrust.co.uk for details of some of the reserve matches.  

Spurs v Peterborough United Youth Match Reports



21.10.2000 Spurs completed their third successive victory with their third clean sheet in a row against Peterborough United Under-19s. With a poor first half behind them, Pat Holland’s Spurs side settled down to go on to win with goals from Blake Saker and Yannick Kamanan.

Teams :
Peterborough United –  .
Subs not used :
Spurs –  Jamie Attwell, Blake Saker, Neil Lacy (Jon Jonsson), Ben Bowditch, Jamie Quilter, Clayton Fortune, Maurizio Consorti, George Snee, Yannick Kamanan, Johnnie Jackson, Andrew Burke
Subs not used : –   Martin Brennan, Jonatan Partin, Gianluca di Guiliantonio, Terry Adams



15.03.1980 Travelling to Peterborough, Spurs Juniors won this South East Counties League Division Two Cup group match 3-1.

Two Marc Jones goals and an own goal wrapped up a good away victory.  

Teams :
Peterborough United –  .
Spurs – 
  P. Burke, M. Entwistle, Paul Baxter, Simon Webster, A. Waters, A. Cockram, P. Ferguson, Steve Cox, Marc Jones, G. Craig, Anderson Rollock (S. Harfield)
Subs not used :



09.02.1980 Tottenham Juniors home match in South-East Counties Division 2 at Cheshunt against Peterborough United was postponed as the pitch was unfit to play on due to heavy rain.


03.11.1979 Spurs Juniors took the South East Counties Division Two points 2-0 against Peterborough United at Cheshunt.

After Marc Jones had given Tottenham a first half lead, Allan Cockram wrapped up the win in the second half.  

Teams :
Spurs – 
  Tony Parks, M. Entwistle, Paul Baxter, P. Ferguson, A. Waters, Allan Cockram, G. Boniface, M. Duffield, Marc Jones, A. Greenhill, G. Craig
Peterborough United –  .
Subs not used :



05.05.1979 Peterborough United were at home to Spurs Juniors in the South East Counties Division Two, but Tottenham ran out 4-1 winners.

A Jimmy Bolton hat-trick and a goal from Ian Crook sealed a good away win.  

Teams :
Spurs – 
  Tony Parks, M. Entwistle, Paul Baxter, Kevin Dickenson, Terry Emms, Pat Corbett, Alex Hamill, Chris Harvey (G. Griffin), Ian Crook, Jimmy Bolton, A. Costello (S. Flynn), John Cooper
Peterborough United –  .
Subs not used :



25.03.1978 Spurs Juniors won this South East Counties Division Two Cup match 2-0 through goals from P. Butcher and C. Anderson.  

Teams :
Spurs – 
  Paul Allies, S. Wilson, D. Fullman, I. Beck, G. Skivington, P. Butcher, A. Costello (S. Hudson), C. Anderson, Chris Wright, Simmonds, Ray Ryan
Peterborough United –  .
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  ,



24.09.1977 The Juniors lost out to Posh 0-2 in this SE Counties Division Two match.

Teams :
Spurs –  Batchelor, M. Wyatt, I. Mehmet, C. Candler, G. Brown, A. Warwick, S. Hudson, Leo Lisanti (G. Moore), Chris Wright, A. Costello, P. Wood
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,



20.04.1977 Peterborough United Juniors beat Spurs by the odd goal in five, as Spurs travelled North in the South-East Counties Division 2.

Mark Falco and Paul Miller was the Spurs scorers, but Tottenham were pipped at the post by the Posh side.

Teams :
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs – 
P. Batchelor, R. Cowland, Gary Anderson, Micky Hazard, Paul Miller, M. Foster, R. Cook (Malcolm Stewart), Garry Brooke, Mark Falco, Leo Lisanti, Gary O’Brien.
Attendance : –  ,



19.03.1977 Spurs Juniors drew a blank at Peterborough United, who went on to a big South-East Counties Division 2.

Teams :
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs – 
P. Batchelor, R. Cowland, L. Jones, C. Candler, Toyin Okitikpi, M. Foster, P. Middleton (N. Thompson), P. Cavanagh, D. Wilce, Owsun Aberbrese, M. Hussey
Attendance : –  ,



05.02.1977 Peterborough United Juniors scored a goal in each half to secure a 2-0 win over Spurs Juniors at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties League Division 2.

Teams :
Spurs – 
P. Batchelor, L. Jones, M. Gordon, A. Fenn, Giorgio Mazzon, Owsun Aberbrese, Garry Brooke, R. Ryan, S. Ricketts, M. Foster, A. Cooper
Sub. not used :
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,



18.03.1976
Spurs Juniors triumphed 3-1 away at Peterborough United in the South-East Counties League Division 2 Cup semi-final replay.

It was through a goal by Andy Bradbury and two from Stuart Beavon that saw Spurs through to the final where they were to meet Chelsea.

Teams :
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used : 
Spurs –  Mark
Kendall, Paul Miller, Chris Hughton, A. Fenn, Phil Holyoak, Andy Bradbury, M. Stewart, Stuart Beavon, Kevin Stead, Barry Pace, Gary O’Brien
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,



10.03.1976 Spurs Juniors drew with their Peterborough United counterparts 3-3 at White Hart Lane in the South-East Counties League Division 2 Cup semi-final.

Goals from Gary O’Brien, Malcolm Stewart and an own goal cancelled out Posh’s three goals to take the tie to another match at London Road.

Teams :
Spurs – 
B. Philips, P. Stephens, K. Hillsden, A. Fenn, Phil Holyoak, Andy Bradbury, Malcolm Stewart, Chris Hughton, S. Mabey, Gary O’Brien, Micky Wallace (Jason Mathias)
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –   ,



11.10.1975 Peterborough United were the hosts as Spurs Youth earned a 2-2 away draw in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Two Chris Hughton goals in the first half were wiped out by two home goals after the break to leave both sides with a point apiece.

Teams :
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs – Mark
Kendall, P. Stephens, K. Hillsden, K. Ducker, M. Rodney, C. Taylor, Chris Hughton, Lee Bowman, Gary O’Brien, Jason Mathias, M. Carrigan (B. Boyle)
Attendance : –   ,



30.08.1975 Spurs won their South-East Counties Division 2 Cup tie at Cheshunt against Peterborough United by four goals to two.

A Gary O’Brien hat-trick and a goal from Chris Hughton were enough to see off a spirited Peterborough side.

Teams :
Spurs –  Mark
Kendall, M. Rodney, K. Hillsden, Phil Holyoak, Paul Miller, Micky Hazard, Gary Petts, K. Ducker, Gary O’Brien, M. Carrigan, Chris Hughton
Sub. not used :
Peterborough United –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,