1992–93 Tottenham Hotspur F.C. season

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Tottenham Hotspur
1992–93 season
ChairmanAlan Sugar
Joint managersDoug Livermore and Ray Clemence
StadiumWhite Hart Lane
Premier League8th
FA CupSemi-finals
League CupFourth round
Top goalscorerLeague: Sheringham (21)
All: Sheringham (28)
Average home league attendance27,740

During the 1992–93 English football season, Tottenham Hotspur F.C. competed in the inaugural season of the FA Premier League.

Season summary[edit]

The 1992–93 season saw Peter Shreeves sacked as head coach and replaced by joint head coaches Doug Livermore and Ray Clemence. Spurs became founders of the new Premier League, created by the Football Association as replacement for the Football League First Division as the highest division of English football. To coincide with the massive changes in English Football, Tottenham made a number of major signings. They paid a club record £2.1million for Nottingham Forest striker Teddy Sheringham, £750,000 for Southampton defender Neil Ruddock and £1.75million for Portsmouth's highly rated 19-year-old winger Darren Anderton. In the first ever Premier League season, Spurs finished eighth, with Teddy Sheringham being the division's top scorer with 22 goals, 21 for Tottenham Hotspur and 1 for Nottingham Forest,[1] and also reached the FA Cup semi-final, losing 1-0 to Arsenal.[2]

Final league table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
6 Liverpool 42 16 11 15 62 55 +7 59
7 Sheffield Wednesday 42 15 14 13 55 51 +4 59
8 Tottenham Hotspur 42 16 11 15 60 66 −6 59
9 Manchester City 42 15 12 15 56 51 +5 57
10 Arsenal 42 15 11 16 40 38 +2 56 Qualification for the Cup Winners' Cup first round[a]
Source: Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
Notes:
  1. ^ Arsenal qualified by winning the FA Cup, thus defaulted their UEFA Cup spot.

Results[edit]

Tottenham Hotspur's score comes first[3]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

FA Premier League[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
15 August 1992 Southampton A 0–0 19,654
19 August 1992 Coventry City H 0–2 24,388
22 August 1992 Crystal Palace H 2–2 25,237 Durie, Sedgley
25 August 1992 Leeds United A 0–5 28,218
30 August 1992 Ipswich Town A 1–1 20,100 Cundy
2 September 1992 Sheffield United H 2–0 21,332 Sheringham, Durie
5 September 1992 Everton H 2–1 26,503 Allen, Turner
14 September 1992 Coventry City A 0–1 15,348
19 September 1992 Manchester United H 1–1 33,296 Durie
27 September 1992 Sheffield Wednesday A 0–2 24,895
3 October 1992 Queens Park Rangers A 1–4 19,845 Sheringham
17 October 1992 Middlesbrough H 2–2 24,735 Sheringham (pen), Barmby
25 October 1992 Wimbledon A 1–1 8,628 Barmby
31 October 1992 Liverpool H 2–0 32,917 Nayim, Ruddock
7 November 1992 Blackburn Rovers A 2–0 17,305 Howells, Sheringham (pen)
21 November 1992 Aston Villa H 0–0 32,852
28 November 1992 Manchester City A 1–0 25,496 Phelan (own goal)
5 December 1992 Chelsea H 1–2 31,540 Campbell
12 December 1992 Arsenal H 1–0 33,707 Allen
19 December 1992 Oldham Athletic A 1–2 11,735 Sheringham
26 December 1992 Norwich City A 0–0 19,413
28 December 1992 Nottingham Forest H 2–1 32,118 Barmby, Mabbutt
9 January 1993 Manchester United A 1–4 35,648 Barmby
16 January 1993 Sheffield Wednesday H 0–2 25,702
27 January 1993 Ipswich Town H 0–2 23,738
30 January 1993 Crystal Palace A 3–1 20,937 Sheringham (2), Gray
7 February 1993 Southampton H 4–2 20,098 Sheringham (2), Barmby, Anderton
10 February 1993 Everton A 2–1 16,164 Mabbutt, Allen
20 February 1993 Leeds United H 4–0 32,040 Sheringham (3, 1 pen), Ruddock
27 February 1993 Queens Park Rangers H 3–2 32,341 Sheringham (2), Anderton
2 March 1993 Sheffield United A 0–6 16,654
10 March 1993 Aston Villa A 0–0 37,727
20 March 1993 Chelsea A 1–1 25,157 Sheringham (pen)
24 March 1993 Manchester City H 3–1 27,247 Anderton, Nayim, Turner
9 April 1993 Norwich City H 5–1 31,425 Ruddock, Sheringham (2), Barmby, Nayim
12 April 1993 Nottingham Forest A 1–2 25,682 Sedgley
17 April 1993 Oldham Athletic H 4–1 26,663 Sheringham (2 pens), Anderton, Turner
20 April 1993 Middlesbrough A 0–3 14,472
1 May 1993 Wimbledon H 1–1 24,473 Anderton
5 May 1993 Blackburn Rovers H 1–2 23,097 Anderton
8 May 1993 Liverpool A 2–6 43,385 Sheringham, Sedgley
11 May 1993 Arsenal A 3–1 26,393 Sheringham, Hendry (2)

FA Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R3 2 January 1993 Marlow H 5–1 26,636 Sheringham, Barmby (2), Samways (2)
R4 24 January 1993 Norwich City A 2–0 15,003 Sheringham (2)
R5 14 February 1993 Wimbledon H 3–2 26,594 Anderton, Barmby, Sheringham
QF 7 March 1993 Manchester City A 4–2 23,050 Nayim (3), Sedgley
SF 4 April 1993 Arsenal N 0–1 76,263

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R2 First Leg 21 September 1992 Brentford H 3–1 19,365 Durie, Sheringham, Watson
R2 Second Leg 7 October 1992 Brentford A 4–2 (won 7-3 on agg) 11,445 Anderton, Sheringham (2, 1 pen), Turner
R3 28 October 1992 Manchester City A 1–0 18,399 Samways
R4 2 December 1992 Nottingham Forest A 0–2 22,312

First-team squad[edit]

[4] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
England GK Chris Day
England GK Kevin Dearden
Norway GK Erik Thorstvedt
England GK Ian Walker
England DF Dean Austin
Iceland DF Guðni Bergsson
England DF Sol Campbell
England DF Jason Cundy
England DF Justin Edinburgh
England DF Terry Fenwick
England DF Ian Hendon
England DF Lee Hodges
England DF Gary Mabbutt (captain)
Republic of Ireland DF David McDonald
England DF Stuart Nethercott
England DF Neil Ruddock
England DF Dave Tuttle
Wales DF Pat Van Den Hauwe[5]
England DF Neil Young
England MF Paul Allen
No. Position Player
England MF Darren Anderton
England MF Nick Barmby
England MF Darren Caskey
England MF Andy Gray
England MF Danny Hill
England MF Scott Houghton
England MF David Howells
Northern Ireland MF Gerry McMahon
England MF Jeff Minton
Spain MF Nayim
Northern Ireland MF Steve Robinson
England MF Vinny Samways
England MF Steve Sedgley
Republic of Ireland MF Andy Turner[6]
England MF Kevin Watson
England FW Peter Beadle
Scotland FW Gordon Durie
Scotland FW John Hendry
England FW Paul Moran
England FW Teddy Sheringham

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

[7]

Out[edit]

  • Gascoigne - Lazio, 5.5m
  • Stewart - Liverpool, 2.3m
  • Lineker - Grampus 8, 1m
  • Walsh - Portsmouth, 400,000

Loan out[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ FA Premier League 1992-93 Football Club History Database
  2. ^ FA Cup 1992/93 Results Football Site
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 6 February 2014. Retrieved 20 February 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://www.11v11.com/teams/tottenham-hotspur/tab/players/season/1993
  5. ^ Van Den Hauwe was born in Dendermonde, Belgium, but also qualified to represent Wales internationally through his mother and made his international debut for Wales in 1985.
  6. ^ Turner was born in Greenwich, England, but also qualified to represent the Republic of Ireland and represented them at U-21 level.
  7. ^ https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football-kickoff-9293--perils-of-a-tv-game-show-footballs-televised-revolution-finally-comes-to-fruition-today-amid-fears-that-the-game-could-be-devalued-in-the-longterm-joe-lovejoy-football-correspondent-sets-the-scene-for-the-new-season-and-evaluates-the-competing-claims-of-the-22-premier-league-clubs-1540336.html