We didn’t have a great deal to shout about during 1976/77 as we ultimately slipped through the relegation trap door of the First Division, but this victory over the title-chasing Reds was a real boost just when we needed it most.
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LEGENDS ON LEGENDS
Continuing our feature for 2020/21, as we speak to our former greats about their memories of star players from our opponents. This evening, it’s the turn of David Howells, as he recalls regular midfield tussles with one of Palace’s all-time greats, Geoff Thomas.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Our former Swedish international ERIK EDMAN will always be remembered for a certain goal in our colours, even if his own memories of Spurs also include something far more painful. We caught up with the ex-defender to talk about his time in N17 and find out what he is currently up to.
JOSE'S VIRTUAL SESSION FOR CHILDREN IN CARE
Head Coach Jose Mourinho recently delivered a virtual mentoring session with young people on the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation’s To Care Is To Do programme, for which he is an Ambassador.
Tottenham Hotspur has always been described as a club of ‘firsts’ as we’ve blazed a trail throughout the game in this country and abroad down the years. In each programme this season, we will reflect on the matches, the people and the occasions that have seen us set the standard and helped shape our history.
FOUNDATION TAKES ON RACE EUROPE
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation staff will take on a virtual race across Europe to raise funds for local organisations supporting vulnerable children and families.
TIME TO DELIVER
Summer arrival MATT DOHERTY admits, on a personal level, it’s been a frustrating start to his Spurs career, but the full-back believes he is starting to come into his own now and is looking to kick on in the rest of our campaign.
THE ROAD TO GLORY
Now that we’re in a year ending in ‘One’ and look forward to celebrating a number of anniversaries of our previous trophy triumphs, in each matchday programme this season we’ll reflect on one game that we played along the road to glory in one of those successes.
IN THAT NUMBER
Continuing a new feature for this season, as we put one of our fans in the hotseat each issue to find out more about their support and what Spurs means to them.
As a result of the busy fixture list and print deadlines, I am writing this column before our Premier League game against Fulham, so I will not be able to discuss this match.
Looking back at the Spurs programme that greeted today’s visitors in past seasons. Club Historian John Fennelly reflects on Crystal Palace’s visit to Tottenham in January 1987.
THE SEARCHERS GUITARIST/ VOCALIST MIKE PENDER REMINISCES ABOUT THE BRITISH INVASION AND THE HONOR OF RECEIVING A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD FROM PRINCE CHARLES IN 2020.
...were made for walking bass-lines, says Slyboots bassist Margaret LaBombard
SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND – THE IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE LAUNCHES IN LIVERPOOL
Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool, with a little help from The Beatles and Dolby Laboratories, today launched a unique experiential presentation of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in Dolby Atmos®, as a Christmas gift to the city.
OLE: WE WON'T GROW UNTIL WE'RE UNITED
Boss’ plea to ease tensions
MOMENTS TO CHERISH: ‘PRINCE PHILIP WAS ABSOLUTELY CHARMING WHEN I MET HIM'
ACTRESS CLAIRE SWEENEY REFLECTS ON HER MEMORIES OF THE LATE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AS SHE WELCOMES US INTO HER HOME TO CHAT CAREER HIGHS AND REACHING HER MILESTONE BIRTHDAY
Harry Put His Lads First, Even Before Man Utd
The Harry Leyland Stand on Merseyside has been empty now for a whole year, a silent memorial to a famous old goalkeeper’s rugby conversion. Leyland played for Everton when they were the team in Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers when they reached the FA Cup final for the last time, in 1960. He finished at Tranmere, managed Wigan Athletic for one season and ran a stall at Birkenhead market.
RAUL MEIRELES - ONE OF A KIND
JOE HARVEY TAKES A LOOK BACK AT THE COLOURFUL CAREER OF THE FORMER LIVERPOOL AND CHELSEA MIDFIELDER
‘Let's re-introduce some fun classes'
We need to promote the plaited ridden pony, says Stuart Hollings
DINE IN & OUT LERPWL
ELLIS BARRIE’S NEW VENTURE LAUNCHED LATER THAN PLANNED, BUT IT — LIKE THE FOOD — IS WORTH THE WAIT
When the Hurricane hit Liverpool
Alex Higgins smoked, boozed and gambled as he met a delighted Gary Smith