With 37 goals in one season, Jimmy Greaves became the Spurs' all-time leading league scorer. We have won the FA Cup for the sixth time. Football League Cup champions Champions of the UEFA Cup Winners Cup.
Tottenham's new stadium will host its first game on 14 August 2017 when it will play Liverpool in a pre-season friendly. The match will be followed by a farewell ceremony for former player Andre Villas-Boas.
Greaves was a prolific striker for Tottenham during the 1950s and '60s, scoring 147 goals in all competitions. He finished his career with Arsenal but still has the record for most goals scored by an Englishman while playing for just one club. Alan Dicks is the current manager of Tottenham. He succeeded Harry Rednapp after winning promotion to the Premier League in his first season at the club.
This article lists every goal scorers for Tottenham Hotspur in league matches since their formation in 1882. Jimmy Greaves is the top scorer with 37 goals. He played from 1956 to 1969 for the club and died at the age of 30 due to a heart attack during a training session. Today's players include Paulinho and Heung-Min Son. Their average age is about 28 years old.
Jimmy Greaves owns the club goal scoring record, having scored 266 times in 380 league, cup, and European games. Tottenham's most recent league victory was a 9-0 victory against Bristol Rovers in the Second Division on October 22, 1977. The club's all-time cup success occurred on February 3, 1960, when they defeated Crewe Alexandra 13-2 in the FA Cup. Greaves' goal tally includes 32 penalties which he scored during his time at White Hart Lane.
Greaves started his career with Tottenham in 1955 at the age of 17 years and 10 months, making him one of the youngest players ever to play for the club. He went on to make 282 appearances for them, scoring 132 goals. In addition to playing for Spurs, he also had a brief stint with West Bromwich Albion before retiring as a player in 1969 at the age of 28. After hanging up his boots, he stayed at White Hart Lane as a coach under both Bill Nicholson and Ray Clemence before being made manager in 1975. Under his management, Spurs won the League Cup in 1976 and 1977 and reached the FA Cup final in 1976 where they lost 1-0 to Chelsea. He left the club after three seasons to take over at English football giant Manchester United but was sacked after just six months in charge due to poor results. He then returned to Tottenham where he finished his career.
During his time at Tottenham, Greaves helped the club win four major trophies: the League Championship in 1959 and 1962, the Fairs Cup in 1960, and the UEFA Cup in 1968.
Kunishige Kamamoto is Japan's all-time best goalscorer, with 80 goals in 84 matches. (FIFA.com) "Goals in International Matches by Kunishige Kamamoto." www.rsssf.com. 8th of September, 2017. "Godfrey Chitalu-A Centennial of International Appearances." www.rsssf.com. On September 8, 2017, this page was retrieved.
Not bad for a career that is frequently viewed as an example of what could have been. Jimmy Greaves is Tottenham Hotspur's all-time leading scorer, the English Premier League's all-time leading scorer, has more England hat-tricks (6) than any other player, and is England's fourth-highest all-time striker.
England may no longer be the football powerhouses it once was, but the game's founders had some really great players, and it should come as no surprise that they had some fantastic goal scorers in their day. These ten players have combined for 375 goals in 734 games for their country.
Arthur Chandler scored the most goals in the first division (Premier League and predecessors) with 203. Arthur Rowley scored the most goals in the second tier (champions and predecessors): 208. Matty Fryatt has the most goals in the third tier (League One and predecessors) with 27. Gary Lineker has scored the most goals in all competitions with 247.
Arthur Chandler was a prolific striker who played for several English clubs between 1885 and1910, including Derby County and West Bromwich Albion. He is regarded as one of the best forwards of his time. During his career he scored 203 goals in 329 matches, making him one of the highest scorers in the early years of the Premier League. He is also fourth on the list of top scorers in the history of the Football League.
Chandler was born in Little Chesterfield, Derbyshire on 5 August 1855. He began his professional career at Derby County where he made 175 appearances over eight seasons before moving to West Bromwich Albion in 1884. Two years later, he helped the club win the First Division title after finishing as runners-up the previous season. In 1887, he moved to Southampton where he spent two seasons before returning to West Bromwich Albion for another two seasons. In 1890, he joined Aston Villa where he stayed for three seasons before retiring. After retirement, he became a coach at Derby County but left after only one season to take up a job with the Egyptian government.