IN THE NEWS
It was the year of the miners’ strike, Band-Aid and early warnings by scientists of a ‘greenhouse effect’ caused by excessive amounts of carbon dioxide.
Prince Harry is born, Torvill and Dean win ice-dancing Olympic gold and the government expels 30 Libyan diplomats following the fatal shooting of policewoman Yvonne Fletcher. The IRA bomb Brighton’s Grand Hotel during the Conservative Party Conference and an agreement is reached that allows China to resume sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997.
Comedian Eric Morecambe dies from a heart attack at the age of 58. Poet laureate Sir John Betjeman (78) also passes on. Robert Maxwell buys the Mirror newspaper for £113.4 million.
Concern grows over the spread of the HIV virus after two people die of Aids following blood transfusions. Lightning strikes 700-year-old York Minster causing fire damage estimated at more than £1 million. Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams is shot in Belfast.
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UNRIVALLED PREMIUM EXPERIENCES
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
An explosive and skilful winger, ILIE DUMITRESCU’s Spurs career may have been brief, but the Romanian international certainly provided a spark in an exciting side during his short stay in N17. We recently caught up with our former number 8 to chat about his time at the Club and find out what he is up to now.
Club historian John Fennelly looks back at what supporters were reading on their way in, at half-time and in the newspapers afterwards when WATFORD visited in January 1984.
Kickoff is scheduled for 3pm and tickets are available now!
Looking back at Spurs hat-tricks scored against today’s opposition.
HUGO'S SPECIAL GIFT
Chairman Daniel Levy presented Hugo Lloris with a commemorative shirt signed by the squad last Wednesday after he became our record Premier League appearance holder on Sunday.
O CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN!
Exclusive interview with HUGO LLORIS, our humble club captain who last weekend wrote his name into our history books by becoming our record Premier League appearance maker. Paul Miles sat down with the French international to get his thoughts on his nine years at Spurs.
MY FIRST GAME - Newport County 0 Spurs 4
In every matchday programme this season, we’re inviting our fans to reminisce about their first-ever Spurs game to refresh the memories of those momentous occasions! If you’d like to appear in this feature, drop us an email to email@example.com with a few details of the first time you saw the mighty Spurs play – and we’ll do the rest!
I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO 62,000 OF YOU INSIDE THIS BEAUTIFUL STADIUM ROARING US ON THIS AFTERNOON
Good afternoon and welcome to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for our Premier League fixture against Watford.
HAT-TRICK HERO DILAN MARKANDAY IN ACTION AGAINST LEEDS
3 the HARD WAY
THREE NBA CHAMPIONSHIPS WITH THREE DIFFERENT TEAMS MEANS DANNY GREEN KNOWS A THING OR THREE ABOUT WINNING. AS HE WRITES HERE, THE THIRD WAS THE MOST SATISFYING.
The Nicest Places in America
Have you ever noticed that nice people usually travel in groups? Maybe that’s because they have a knack for bringing others along, whether it’s with a simple smile or a great leap that turns a disaster into an opportunity. For our third Nicest Places search, we decided to go big. We wanted to find the nicest place not only in America, but in each and every state. And with the help of more than 1,000 nominations, we think we’ve found them.
The Unstoppable LaMarcus Aldridge
LaMarcus Aldridge spent nine seasons in Portland establishing himself as an All-World 4. Now he’s bringing his dominant old-school game back to Texas. And you thought the Spurs were scary before?
HUGO BACKS SPURS TEAM-MATES
HUGO LLORIS Vows Tottenham are trying their hardest despite their disappointing start.
Massive week for Nuno and Solskjaer as their futures come under scrutiny
OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER and Nuno Espirito Santo will both be under pressure when their sides meet in the Premier League next weekend after Tottenham and Manchester United suffered chastening defeats yesterday.
Bergwijn: Spurs haven't seen anything like the best of me yet
TOTTENHAM’S fringe players will take centre stage here in Arnhem tonight and, in the absence of the starting XI from Sunday’s win over Newcastle, Dutch international Steven Bergwijn will be the star attraction on his return to his homeland.
Mega-rich leave Spurs at the crossroads
AN interesting counterfactual when assessing Daniel Levy’s Tottenham is to consider where the club would be if Abu Dhabi had not transformed the financial fortunes of Manchester City.
Ranieri has the steel to last the pace at ruthless Watford
Italian will have to be at his sharpest to survive the hire-andfire culture of Vicarage Road ownership, writes Tony Evans
Kane dismisses claims summer saga is affecting his form after drawing a blank
HARRY KANE insists the summer saga around his failed move to Manchester City is not affecting his form.
DIER AND HIGHER
Spurs are facing small fry in Europe when we should be taking on the game's powerhouses, claims Eric