Spurs v Southampton Reserves match reports
[this page is under-going on-going construction – please bear with MEHSTG as we try to complete this mammoth task for all our opponents.]


10.01.2005 Premier Reserve (South)  (Home).  Click here for a match report.

17.10.2000 Premier Reserve (South)  (Home).  Click here for a match report.

15.09.1979 A goal-less draw as the result of Southampton’s visit to White Hart Lane for a Football Combination match.

Poor finishing coast Spurs in the first half, when they created four good chances – the best Tony Galvin’s shot against the post, but the visitors were the better second half side, but were similarly inaccurate in their shooting.

Defender Kevin Dickenson made his Spurs Reserves debut.

Teams :
Spurs –  Mark Kendall, Gordon Smith, Kevin Dickenson, Gary O’Reilly, Giorgio Mazzon, Micky Hazard, Garry Brooke, Jimmy Bolton, Mark Falco, Phil Grayling, Tony Galvin
Sub. not used :
Southampton –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


16.04.1977 Spurs Reserves fell to a 2-1 defeat at the Dell to Southampton Reserves in the Football Combination.

Ian Moores’ goal was not enough to deny Southampton claiming both points.

Teams :
Southampton –  .
Subs not used :
Spurs –  Mark
Kendall, Roger Wade, Chris Hughton, Fred Barwick, Steve Walford, Phil Holyoak, Noel Brotherston, Stuart Beavon, Ian Moores, Kevin Stead, Martin Robinson
Subs not used :
Attendance : –  ,


06.11.1976 Tottenham Reserves’ 2-0 win over Southampton was secured by two second half goals.

Chris Jones headed in the first Spurs goal after good approach work by Neil McNab and Noel Brotherston, with the second set up by Gerry Armstrong for Martin Robinson to score as the final whistle neared.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Mark Kendall, Roger Wade, Micky Stead, Ian Moores, Steve Walford, Neil McNab, Noel Brotherston, Fred Barwick, Gerry Armstrong, Martin Robinson, Chris Jones
Sub. not used : 

Southampton : –
Sub. not used :

Attendance : –  ,


06.12.1975 Spurs Reserves completed a convincing 4-1 Football Combination win over Southampton at White Hart Lane.

Gerry Armstrong’s header out Tottenham into the lead in the 24th minute, with centre-half Terry Boyle’s header from Martin Robinson’s corner almost doubling the advantage close to half-time.

After the break, Bobby Stokes pulled a goal back for the Saints after a good right wing move, but Spurs hit the net twice in the last twelve minutes to make it 4-1 with Noel Brotherston and Chris McGrath the goal-scorers.

Spurs : –  Barry Daines, Ian Smith, Micky Stead, Andy Keeley, Terry Boyle, Gary Bacon, Noel Brotherston, Alfie Conn, Martin Robinson, Gerry Armstrong, Chris McGrath.
Southampton : – , , , , , , , , , Bobby Stokes, .
Attendance : – ,  .


12.04.1975 The Reserves had a 4-0 home win over Southampton in the Football Combination at White Hart Lane, with all the goals scored in the second half.

When Glenn Hoddle chipped a cross to the far post, Steve Walford headed in to give Tottenham the lead, with that being doubled when Neil McNab’s shot form the left was poked home by Noel Brotherston.

Brotherston was on the spot to make the score 3-0 with a header, when a left wing cross came in and the 4-0 win was rounded off by Chris McGrath’s 20 yard shot.  There were opportunities to extend the lead further, but the Saints defence held out and their attack forced Barry Daines into a few saves.

Teams :
Spurs – 
Daines, I. Smith, M. Stead, Barwick, Walford, Margerrison, Brotherston, Hoddle, Chivers, McGrath, McNab
Sub. not used :
Southampton –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


29.10.1974 Tottenham Reserves’ trip to the Dell to meet their Southampton counterparts ended in a 2-0 victory and two Football Combination points for Spurs. Goals from Chris Jones and Roger Gibbins settled the match in Tottenham’s favour.

Teams :
Southampton –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Barry Daines, Ian Smith (John Margerrison), Gary Anderson, Steve Walford, Wayne Cegielski, Phil Holder, Roger Gibbins, Phil Beal, Chris Jones, Alfie Conn, Neil McNab
.
Sub. not used :
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24.11.1973 Southampton Reserves hosted Spurs at the Dell, but Tottenham were ungracious guests in winning 2-0 in taking two Football Combination points.

Goals from Phil Holder and Joe Peck were enough for Tottenham to secure victory over the Saints.

Teams :
Southampton –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Barry
Daines, Keith Osgood, Gary Anderson, Mike Dillon, Peter Collins, Terry Naylor, Jimmy Neighbour, Danny Clapton, Joe Peck, Phil Holder, Chris Jones.
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


07.04.1973 Spurs Reserves won 3-0 at the Dell against Southampton Reserves in the Football Combination.

Jimmy Neighbour, Ray Clarke and John Margerrison were on the score-sheet to beat the Saints.

Teams : –
Southampton : –
Spurs : –  Terry Lee, Keith Osgood (Andy Keeley), Eddie Jones, Mike Dillon, Joe Peck, John Margerrison, Chris McGrath, Phil Holder, Gary Mabee, Ray Clarke, Jimmy Neighbour
Attendance : ,  .


22.04.1972 Spurs Reserves hosted Southampton Reserves in a Football Combination match that ended with the only goal of the game going in Tottenham’s favour, with the scorer being David Jenkins.

Teams :
Spurs –  Barry
Daines, Ray Evans, Tony Want (Keith Osgood), Joe Peck, Mike Dillon, Phil Holder, Gary Mabee, Graeme Souness, David Jenkins, Ray Clarke, Jimmy Neighbour
Southampton –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,

05.02.1972 A Ray Clarke goal gave Spurs Reserves 1-0 away win over Southampton Reserves.

Teams :
Southampton –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –   Barry
Daines, Joe Kinnear (Eddie Jones), Tony Want, Joe Peck, Peter Collins, Mike Dillon, John Cutbush, Graeme Souness, Roy Woolcott, Ray Clarke, John Pratt
Attendance : –  ,

09.01.1971

Southampton earned a 1-1 draw in the Football Combination at the Lane, but the Spurs Reserves stretched their unbeaten run to 21 games.

Roy Woolcott and John Pratt worked the ball well to allow Pratt a shot, that the keeper couldn’t hold and Neil Johnson finished crisply and make it 1-0 to Tottenham in the early stages.The lead didn’t last long, with Bobby Stokes equalising soon after, but Tottenham, with Graeme Souness and Joe Peck making their debuts at this level, were guilty of failing to hit the target with their shooting opportunities.

Teams :
Spurs –  Barry
Daines, Phil Holder, John Collins, John Pratt, Joe Peck, Ray Bunkell, Neil Johnson, Graeme Souness, Roy Woolcott, Tony Want, John Cutbush.
Sub. not used :
Southampton –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,


18.08.1970 Spurs lost 0-1 to Southampton reserves at the Dell.
Teams : 

Southampton –  .
Spurs –   Ken
Hancock, John Cutbush, John Collins, Terry Naylor, Peter Collins, Tony Want, Neil Johnson, David Jenkins, Roy Woolcott (Phil Holder), Ray Bunkell, Jimmy Neighbour
Attendance : –  ,

18.08.1956 Tottenham’s Reserves started the season well with a 6-0 home win over Southampton Reserves.

Spurs were strong in defence and lethal in attack with goals from Alfie Stokes 2, Syd McClellan 2, Terry Dyson and Micky Dulin securing a big victory, with four of the goals coming in the second half.

Teams : 
Spurs –  John Hollowbread, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Colin Brittan, John Ryden, Ernie Walley, Micky Dulin, Alfie Stokes, Dave Dunmore, Syd McClellan, Terry Dyson
Southampton –  .
Attendance : –   ,


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Teams : 

Spurs –
Subs not used :
Southampton –  .
Subs not used :
Attendance : –   ,