Sports News - Tottenham Vs Cardiff 1952

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    White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London. Cardiff City vs. Tottenham Hotspur. Football match - Spurs win 2-1.

    SV Cardiff City taking field for first time in London as 1st Division club for 23 yrs. (22?) SV Crowd. GV Cardiff (dark shirts) attacking until Alf Ramsey breaks it up by passing back to Ted Ditchburn. GV Mid Field Play (lead to Spurs first goal) SCU Crowd. STV. McClellan normally a reserve winger scoring Spurs first goal - hard left- footed shot ball bounces back into play but Alf Sherwood (Capt) bashes it back. STV. Ramsey congrats McClellan. SV Crowd applauding. STV. Ken Chisholm running with ball he shoots. SV Ball in Spurs net. GV Crowd. SV Chisholm bustling through' Spurs defence. His shot is kicked behind for corner. LS Cardiff taking corner, (Haslett). Blair heads goalwards SV Ball hits crossbar, and Alf Ramsey hurriedly clears up field. SV Crowd applauding, Half time score 1-1 GV Nice on the carpet Spurs attack. SCU Dangerous situation saved by Ron Howells (Goalie) diving to deflect a shot. SCU Crowd. CU Duquemin racing goalwards (the Duke) he shoots and scores winning goal. Pan as congratulate.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    11/09/1952
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    Sound
    Media URN:
    27449
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    28.17
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    Black & White
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    00:01:16:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:19:30:00 / 01:20:46:00
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    52/74
    Sort Number:
    52/074
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