A ROMANCE OF FOOTBALL

THE HISTORY OF THE TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR F.C.
1882-1921
Reprinted from the Tottenham and Edmonton Weekly Herald
February 1921
(scanned from an original)

 


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INDEX:
1.    Front Cover
2.    Preface
3.    Start
4.    1881 - In the Beginning
5.    Street Lamp Deliberations, Barker's Bulldogs, Why Hotspur
6.    1882-3 - The First Match, Other Records
7.    1883-5 - The Local Derby of '83
8.    Learning to Play, The Lord Will Provide
9.    1885-7 - The First Cup-Tie
10.    1887- The Royal Arsenal
11.    Schoolboys, First Private Ground, The Dunn Shed
12.    1889-91 - 11 in Hand
13.    1891-2
14.    1892-3 - Spurs March Home
15.    1893-4 - A Prophet
16.    Payne's Boots
17.    A Stand Erected
18.    1895-6 - A Momentous Season, Pros and Cons, The Spurs and Professionalism
19.    Rising to Fame
20.    1896-8 - The Southern League, First Military Tournament
21.    Spurs Ground Closed, Limited Company Formed, The First Directors, Stand Collapses
22.    1898-1900 - A New Ground
23.    1900-1 - Flower of the South, Champions of England
24.    1901-3
25     1903-7
26.    1907-8 - Entering the League, The Argentine Tour
27.    1910-1 - The First Division
28.    1911-4 - German and Continental Tours

29.    1914-5 - On the Eve of War, Relegation, The Dark Days of War
30.    1917-21 - In the Second Division, Capped, The Future
31.    Spurs League Record 1896 - 1920, Landmarks

ILLUSTRATIONS:
1.    The Directors, 1920-21
2.    The Gallant Rooster
3.    First and Second Teams, 1884-5
4.    Some Old Players and Supporters, 1895
5.    Winners of the Cup - 1901
6.    1919-20-21 Players (showing Second Division Shield and Norwich Charity Cup)

ADVERTISERS INDEX:
1.    W. Mudge - trulock Motor Garage
2.    J. A. Wylie - Medals, Badges, Shields, Cups
3.    The Criterion Bakery
4.    Burgess, The Drapers of Tottenham

5.    R. Kennet & Son - Lower Edmonton Auction Mart
6.    Norton's Cafe & Restaurant
7.    The Weekly Herald
8.    Crusha & Son, Printers


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