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2013 2013 2013 <div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><a href="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-s9rlpXFiq5w/S7HolmROU6I/AAAAAAAAAXo/Pj4odVIp9ig/s1600/focadima_Soccer_Field.png" imageanchor="1" style="margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"><img border="0" height="126" src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-s9rlpXFiq5w/S7HolmROU6I/AAAAAAAAAXo/Pj4odVIp9ig/s200/focadima_Soccer_Field.png" width="200" /></a></div><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><br /></div><b><u>All Competitions</u></b><br />Norwich City 19 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 27 wins &nbsp; 16 draws<br />Norwich goals 73 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 99<br /><br /><b><u>League Football</u></b><br />Norwich City 15 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 24 wins &nbsp; 14 draws<br />Norwich goals 63 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 89<br /><br /><b><u>All league games at Norwich</u></b><br />Norwich City 10 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 9 wins &nbsp; 7 draws<br />Norwich goals 37 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 35<br /><br /><b><u>All league games at Tottenham Hotspur</u></b><br />Norwich City 5 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 15 wins &nbsp; 7 draws<br />Norwich goals 26 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 54<br /><br /><b><u>Cup Football</u></b><br />Norwich City 4 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 3 wins &nbsp; 2 draws<br />Norwich goals 10 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 10<br /><br /><br />Despite being formed as early as 1882, Tottenham Hotspur do not have as long a history in the Football League as many of the other major English clubs, having not joined until the 1908-09 season. Until then they played in the Southern League, and it was here that they first crossed swords with Norwich City. The Citizens turned professional and joined that competition in 1905-06. Spurs were one of the star attractions in the division, largely considered as good as any Football League club. That notion was reinforced by the fact that they had won the FA Cup in 1901 whilst still a non league side. The first contest between the clubs was on the 14th of April 1906, and was arguably the highlight of City's&nbsp;inaugural professional campaign. Playing at Newmarket Road in front of the largest gate of the season (11,500 and the biggest attendance ever at the club's first home ground), the Citizens triumphed 4-1 with goals from the excellent striking duo of Davie Ross (2) and Duncan Ronaldson, and another from full back Arthur Archer. The clubs met again just three days later at White Hart Lane, and not unexpectedly the home side got their revenge, 3-0. It is perhaps an indication of just how popular football was becoming in the Fine City - two and a half thousand fewer people turned up for the second match.<br /><br />1906-07 saw more Southern League clashes, a 2-2 draw in London was followed by a crashing 5-0 win to Norwich - Ross and Ronaldson again getting in on the act, plus one each for Willie Wood, Billy Bushell and James Chalmers. 1907-08 saw the final non league meetings, both ending in home wins. The following season, Spurs joined the Football League Second Division. They finished as runners up, and so quickly found themselves up into the top flight of English football. It would take until 1935 before the clubs next shared divisional status.<br /><br />Before then however, a famous FA Cup clash was played. On the 30th of January 1915, Tottenham came to The Nest for a 2nd Round tie. Now an established Football League side (with Norwich still in the Southern League), they were beaten 3-2 by the Canaries who came back from 2-0 down. Spurs had scored in the first minute, before goalie Joe Lansdale put through his own net. But Norwich completed a stunning recovery through two Danny Wilson goals and a winner from Wally Taylor. More information on this match can be found in the Significant Matches section.<br /><br />Spurs returned to the Nest in 1920 for a Norfolk &amp; Norwich Hospital Cup game, winning 4-0. But the first Football League fixture did not occur until the 14th of December 1935. Tottenham had been relegated to the Second Division by then, and Norwich were enjoying their highest league status in history. The game, played at White Hart Lane ended in a 2-1 home win. The Canaries however won the re-match 1-0 the following April, with Jack Vinall getting the all important goal. The next campaign, Norwich won in North London for the first time, 3-2, though Spurs turned the tables at Carrow Road later in the season, winning by the same scoreline.<br /><br />Norwich were relegated back to Division Three South in the last season before World War Two. And with Tottenham Hotspur climbing back to the First Division in the early fifties, it meant the next league clash would not be until the early seventies when Norwich joined them there. However no history between the clubs would be complete without a big mention of the events of 1959. Norwich were drawn out of the FA Cup hat to play Spurs at White Hart Lane in the 5th Round. Though still a Third Division South team, they had already seen off the likes of Manchester United and Cardiff City in the earlier stages. Surely though, this would prove to be a test too far. That Spurs required a last minute deflected equaliser (after Terry Allcock had given City a second half lead), tells you all you need to know about the match ! A crowd of 38,000 attended the Carrow Road replay. Norwich played superbly well once again, and a 63rd minute goal from Terry Bly, deservedly put them through to the next round.<br /><br />The 14th of October 1972 witnessed the first ever top flight match between the clubs. A brace from David Cross helped Norwich to a 2-1 win and added to a tidy start in Division One for the Canaries. But by the time the return fixture took place on the 10th of March 1973, they had been dragged into a relegation dogfight, and lost 3-0. And that was just a week after another significant defeat to Spurs, in the League Cup Final at Wembley. After a super campaign that had seen great victories over two other London sides in Arsenal and Chelsea, City ran out of steam on their big day out. In a drab match, Ralph Coates scored the only goal in the second half to take Spurs to the trophy.<br /><br />All league matches between the clubs since 1972 have been in either Division One or the Premier League. Memorable amongst the Norwich performances were a 4-0 win at Carrow Road in 1979 (Kevin Reeves 2, Justin Fashanu and Martin Peters), 3-2 away in 1981 (Dave Watson, Martin O'Neill and an own goal), and another win at White Hart Lane in 1988 (Kevin Drinkell, Robert Fleck and Jeremy Goss). With the advent of the Premier League in 1992, the first clash ended 0-0, but a few months later, City were ambushed 5-1 in North London. But in the very next contest, an improved Canary performance led to a 3-1 away win courtesy of a Chris Sutton brace and another from Efan Ekoku.<br /><br />After Norwich lost their Premier League position in 1994-95, there was a wait of nearly ten years before another league encounter. After securing a point away from home in a game without goals, City then slipped to a 2-0 home defeat in December 1994.<br /><br />The same result occurred when the clubs next met, in 2011, once more in the Premier League. Sweet revenge followed however in the return fixture at White Hart Lane in April 2012. Norwich beat Spurs 2-1, with goals from Anthony Pilkington and Elliott Bennett, his first for the Canaries, in a fine display that dented the home team's hopes of a top three finish.<br /><br />The visit the following season saw another good performance from City, with a late Robert Snodgrass goal securing a deserved point in a 1-1 draw. That was his first Canary goal too. The sides met again the following month at Carrow Road in the League Cup. Losing 1-0 with six minutes of normal time left, Norwich stormed to victory with an Alexander Tettey shot that was deflected into the net by a Spurs defender, followed by a clincher from Simeon Jackson. In the time that remained, Mark Bunn denied the visitors an extra half an hour by saving a penalty. In the return Premier League game in January 2013, the game again finished 1-1, with Wes Hoolahan giving City a first half lead, before Spurs levelled ten minutes from time with a world class Gareth Bale goal. When Norwich next visited White Hart Lane on the 14th of September 2013, the home side cruised to a 2-0 win over a limp Canaries side.<br /><br />In cup football, including the matches already mentioned, there have been nine matches in total, with City leading that series by four wins to three.<br /><br />Hotspur Football Club was instigated by pupils of a Bible class at All Hallows Church and Tottenham was added to the name in 1884. They have been English champions twice, in 1951 and 1961, and have won the FA Cup eight times, including 1961 thereby achieving the Double. They have also secured the League Cup on four occasions and the UEFA Cup twice.<br /><br /><br /><br /><div><b><u>Norwich league wins in</u></b>&nbsp;:</div><div>1935-36 (h) &nbsp;1936-37 (a) &nbsp;1937-38 (h) &nbsp;1972-73 (h) &nbsp;1975-76 (h) &nbsp;1979-80 (h) &nbsp;1980-81 (a)<br />1983-84 (h) &nbsp;1986-87 (h) &nbsp;1987-88 (h &amp; a) &nbsp;1988-89 (h) &nbsp;1990-91 (h) &nbsp;1993-94 (a) &nbsp;2011-12 (a)</div><div><br /></div><b><u>Norwich cup wins in</u></b>&nbsp;:<br /><div>1914-15 (FA Cup) (h) &nbsp;1958-59 (FA Cup) (h) &nbsp;1983-84 (FA Cup) (h) &nbsp;2012-13 (League Cup) (h)</div><div><br /></div><b><u>Highest wins in series</u></b>&nbsp;:<br /><div>5-1 to Tottenham Hotspur 1992-93 &nbsp;4-0 to Norwich 1979-80</div><br /><br /><br /><b><span style="color: #274e13; font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>For a list of players associated with both clubs&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/norwich-city-tottenham-hotspur-players.html"><span style="color: #274e13;"><b>click here</b></span></a><br /><b><span style="color: #274e13; font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>For information on managerial associations&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/norwich-city-tottenham-hotspur-managers.html"><b><span style="color: #274e13;">click here</span></b></a><br /><b><span style="font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>For a list of Norwich players who made their début against Tottenham&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/norwich-city-debuts-versus-tottenham.html"><b><span style="color: #274e13;">click here</span></b></a><br /><span style="color: #274e13;"><b><span style="font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>Norwich v Tottenham FA Cup 1915&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/norwich-city-3-tottenham-hotspur-2-1915.html"><b><span style="color: #274e13;">click here</span></b></a></span><br /><br /><br /><b><u><br /></u></b><b><u>Did You Know ?</u></b><br /><br />Spurs' early colours were all navy blue, then light blue and white halves similar to The Citizens of Norwich, and later chocolate brown and old gold stripes with navy shorts.<br /><br /><br /><br /><b>To see what part Tottenham Hotspur have played in the history of Norwich City Football Club, just pop their name into the search facility in the side bar.</b><br /><b><br /></b><br /><b><u>Most recent games</u></b><br />14 Sep 2013 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 2 Norwich City 0<br />30 Jan 2013 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1<br />31 Oct 2012 &nbsp; (League Cup) &nbsp;Norwich City 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1<br />1 Sep 2012 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 1 Norwich City 1<br />9 Apr 2012 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 1 Norwich City 2<br />27 Dec 2011 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2<br />26 Dec 2004 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2<br />12 Sep 2004 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 0 Norwich City 0<br />17 Apr 1995 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 1 Norwich City 0<br />26 Dec 1994 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2<br /><br /><br /><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><a href="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-hOzKBgeGpnE/TutVuQztE-I/AAAAAAAAB-0/RQvS-zvzzGw/s1600/tim+sherwood.jpg" imageanchor="1" style="clear: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"><img border="0" height="200" src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-hOzKBgeGpnE/TutVuQztE-I/AAAAAAAAB-0/RQvS-zvzzGw/s200/tim+sherwood.jpg" width="143" /></a></div><br /><br /><i>pictured : &nbsp;Tim Sherwood, played for both clubs, and currently on the coaching staff at White Hart Lane</i><br /><br /><br /><br> 2013 2013 2013 <br><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><a href="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-s9rlpXFiq5w/S7HolmROU6I/AAAAAAAAAXo/Pj4odVIp9ig/s1600/focadima_Soccer_Field.png" imageanchor="1" style="margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"><img border="0" height="126" src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-s9rlpXFiq5w/S7HolmROU6I/AAAAAAAAAXo/Pj4odVIp9ig/s200/focadima_Soccer_Field.png" width="200" /></a></div><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><br /></div><b><u>All Competitions</u></b><br />Norwich City 19 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 27 wins &nbsp; 16 draws<br />Norwich goals 73 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 99<br /><br /><b><u>League Football</u></b><br />Norwich City 15 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 24 wins &nbsp; 14 draws<br />Norwich goals 63 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 89<br /><br /><b><u>All league games at Norwich</u></b><br />Norwich City 10 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 9 wins &nbsp; 7 draws<br />Norwich goals 37 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 35<br /><br /><b><u>All league games at Tottenham Hotspur</u></b><br />Norwich City 5 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 15 wins &nbsp; 7 draws<br />Norwich goals 26 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 54<br /><br /><b><u>Cup Football</u></b><br />Norwich City 4 wins &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur 3 wins &nbsp; 2 draws<br />Norwich goals 10 &nbsp; Tottenham Hotspur goals 10<br /><br /><br />Despite being formed as early as 1882, Tottenham Hotspur do not have as long a history in the Football League as many of the other major English clubs, having not joined until the 1908-09 season. Until then they played in the Southern League, and it was here that they first crossed swords with Norwich City. The Citizens turned professional and joined that competition in 1905-06. Spurs were one of the star attractions in the division, largely considered as good as any Football League club. That notion was reinforced by the fact that they had won the FA Cup in 1901 whilst still a non league side. The first contest between the clubs was on the 14th of April 1906, and was arguably the highlight of City's&nbsp;inaugural professional campaign. Playing at Newmarket Road in front of the largest gate of the season (11,500 and the biggest attendance ever at the club's first home ground), the Citizens triumphed 4-1 with goals from the excellent striking duo of Davie Ross (2) and Duncan Ronaldson, and another from full back Arthur Archer. The clubs met again just three days later at White Hart Lane, and not unexpectedly the home side got their revenge, 3-0. It is perhaps an indication of just how popular football was becoming in the Fine City - two and a half thousand fewer people turned up for the second match.<br /><br />1906-07 saw more Southern League clashes, a 2-2 draw in London was followed by a crashing 5-0 win to Norwich - Ross and Ronaldson again getting in on the act, plus one each for Willie Wood, Billy Bushell and James Chalmers. 1907-08 saw the final non league meetings, both ending in home wins. The following season, Spurs joined the Football League Second Division. They finished as runners up, and so quickly found themselves up into the top flight of English football. It would take until 1935 before the clubs next shared divisional status.<br /><br />Before then however, a famous FA Cup clash was played. On the 30th of January 1915, Tottenham came to The Nest for a 2nd Round tie. Now an established Football League side (with Norwich still in the Southern League), they were beaten 3-2 by the Canaries who came back from 2-0 down. Spurs had scored in the first minute, before goalie Joe Lansdale put through his own net. But Norwich completed a stunning recovery through two Danny Wilson goals and a winner from Wally Taylor. More information on this match can be found in the Significant Matches section.<br /><br />Spurs returned to the Nest in 1920 for a Norfolk &amp; Norwich Hospital Cup game, winning 4-0. But the first Football League fixture did not occur until the 14th of December 1935. Tottenham had been relegated to the Second Division by then, and Norwich were enjoying their highest league status in history. The game, played at White Hart Lane ended in a 2-1 home win. The Canaries however won the re-match 1-0 the following April, with Jack Vinall getting the all important goal. The next campaign, Norwich won in North London for the first time, 3-2, though Spurs turned the tables at Carrow Road later in the season, winning by the same scoreline.<br /><br />Norwich were relegated back to Division Three South in the last season before World War Two. And with Tottenham Hotspur climbing back to the First Division in the early fifties, it meant the next league clash would not be until the early seventies when Norwich joined them there. However no history between the clubs would be complete without a big mention of the events of 1959. Norwich were drawn out of the FA Cup hat to play Spurs at White Hart Lane in the 5th Round. Though still a Third Division South team, they had already seen off the likes of Manchester United and Cardiff City in the earlier stages. Surely though, this would prove to be a test too far. That Spurs required a last minute deflected equaliser (after Terry Allcock had given City a second half lead), tells you all you need to know about the match ! A crowd of 38,000 attended the Carrow Road replay. Norwich played superbly well once again, and a 63rd minute goal from Terry Bly, deservedly put them through to the next round.<br /><br />The 14th of October 1972 witnessed the first ever top flight match between the clubs. A brace from David Cross helped Norwich to a 2-1 win and added to a tidy start in Division One for the Canaries. But by the time the return fixture took place on the 10th of March 1973, they had been dragged into a relegation dogfight, and lost 3-0. And that was just a week after another significant defeat to Spurs, in the League Cup Final at Wembley. After a super campaign that had seen great victories over two other London sides in Arsenal and Chelsea, City ran out of steam on their big day out. In a drab match, Ralph Coates scored the only goal in the second half to take Spurs to the trophy.<br /><br />All league matches between the clubs since 1972 have been in either Division One or the Premier League. Memorable amongst the Norwich performances were a 4-0 win at Carrow Road in 1979 (Kevin Reeves 2, Justin Fashanu and Martin Peters), 3-2 away in 1981 (Dave Watson, Martin O'Neill and an own goal), and another win at White Hart Lane in 1988 (Kevin Drinkell, Robert Fleck and Jeremy Goss). With the advent of the Premier League in 1992, the first clash ended 0-0, but a few months later, City were ambushed 5-1 in North London. But in the very next contest, an improved Canary performance led to a 3-1 away win courtesy of a Chris Sutton brace and another from Efan Ekoku.<br /><br />After Norwich lost their Premier League position in 1994-95, there was a wait of nearly ten years before another league encounter. After securing a point away from home in a game without goals, City then slipped to a 2-0 home defeat in December 1994.<br /><br />The same result occurred when the clubs next met, in 2011, once more in the Premier League. Sweet revenge followed however in the return fixture at White Hart Lane in April 2012. Norwich beat Spurs 2-1, with goals from Anthony Pilkington and Elliott Bennett, his first for the Canaries, in a fine display that dented the home team's hopes of a top three finish.<br /><br />The visit the following season saw another good performance from City, with a late Robert Snodgrass goal securing a deserved point in a 1-1 draw. That was his first Canary goal too. The sides met again the following month at Carrow Road in the League Cup. Losing 1-0 with six minutes of normal time left, Norwich stormed to victory with an Alexander Tettey shot that was deflected into the net by a Spurs defender, followed by a clincher from Simeon Jackson. In the time that remained, Mark Bunn denied the visitors an extra half an hour by saving a penalty. In the return Premier League game in January 2013, the game again finished 1-1, with Wes Hoolahan giving City a first half lead, before Spurs levelled ten minutes from time with a world class Gareth Bale goal. When Norwich next visited White Hart Lane on the 14th of September 2013, the home side cruised to a 2-0 win over a limp Canaries side.<br /><br />In cup football, including the matches already mentioned, there have been nine matches in total, with City leading that series by four wins to three.<br /><br />Hotspur Football Club was instigated by pupils of a Bible class at All Hallows Church and Tottenham was added to the name in 1884. They have been English champions twice, in 1951 and 1961, and have won the FA Cup eight times, including 1961 thereby achieving the Double. They have also secured the League Cup on four occasions and the UEFA Cup twice.<br /><br /><br /><br /><div><b><u>Norwich league wins in</u></b>&nbsp;:</div><div>1935-36 (h) &nbsp;1936-37 (a) &nbsp;1937-38 (h) &nbsp;1972-73 (h) &nbsp;1975-76 (h) &nbsp;1979-80 (h) &nbsp;1980-81 (a)<br />1983-84 (h) &nbsp;1986-87 (h) &nbsp;1987-88 (h &amp; a) &nbsp;1988-89 (h) &nbsp;1990-91 (h) &nbsp;1993-94 (a) &nbsp;2011-12 (a)</div><div><br /></div><b><u>Norwich cup wins in</u></b>&nbsp;:<br /><div>1914-15 (FA Cup) (h) &nbsp;1958-59 (FA Cup) (h) &nbsp;1983-84 (FA Cup) (h) &nbsp;2012-13 (League Cup) (h)</div><div><br /></div><b><u>Highest wins in series</u></b>&nbsp;:<br /><div>5-1 to Tottenham Hotspur 1992-93 &nbsp;4-0 to Norwich 1979-80</div><br /><br /><br /><b><span style="color: #274e13; font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>For a list of players associated with both clubs&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/norwich-city-tottenham-hotspur-players.html"><span style="color: #274e13;"><b>click here</b></span></a><br /><b><span style="color: #274e13; font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>For information on managerial associations&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/norwich-city-tottenham-hotspur-managers.html"><b><span style="color: #274e13;">click here</span></b></a><br /><b><span style="font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>For a list of Norwich players who made their début against Tottenham&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/norwich-city-debuts-versus-tottenham.html"><b><span style="color: #274e13;">click here</span></b></a><br /><span style="color: #274e13;"><b><span style="font-size: x-large;">. &nbsp;</span></b>Norwich v Tottenham FA Cup 1915&nbsp;<a href="http://canaryseventyninety.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/norwich-city-3-tottenham-hotspur-2-1915.html"><b><span style="color: #274e13;">click here</span></b></a></span><br /><br /><br /><b><u><br /></u></b><b><u>Did You Know ?</u></b><br /><br />Spurs' early colours were all navy blue, then light blue and white halves similar to The Citizens of Norwich, and later chocolate brown and old gold stripes with navy shorts.<br /><br /><br /><br /><b>To see what part Tottenham Hotspur have played in the history of Norwich City Football Club, just pop their name into the search facility in the side bar.</b><br /><b><br /></b><br /><b><u>Most recent games</u></b><br />14 Sep 2013 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 2 Norwich City 0<br />30 Jan 2013 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1<br />31 Oct 2012 &nbsp; (League Cup) &nbsp;Norwich City 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1<br />1 Sep 2012 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 1 Norwich City 1<br />9 Apr 2012 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 1 Norwich City 2<br />27 Dec 2011 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2<br />26 Dec 2004 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2<br />12 Sep 2004 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 0 Norwich City 0<br />17 Apr 1995 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Tottenham Hotspur 1 Norwich City 0<br />26 Dec 1994 &nbsp; (Premier League) &nbsp;Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2<br /><br /><br /><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><a href="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-hOzKBgeGpnE/TutVuQztE-I/AAAAAAAAB-0/RQvS-zvzzGw/s1600/tim+sherwood.jpg" imageanchor="1" style="clear: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"><img border="0" height="200" src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-hOzKBgeGpnE/TutVuQztE-I/AAAAAAAAB-0/RQvS-zvzzGw/s200/tim+sherwood.jpg" width="143" /></a></div><br /><br /><i>pictured : &nbsp;Tim Sherwood, played for both clubs, and currently on the coaching staff at White Hart Lane</i><br /><br /><br /><br>2013 2013 2013 <br> <a href="http://www.matrixar.com/" title="Matrix ">المصفوفة : أجمل الخلفيات والصور</a>

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