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Season 2009-10
  Manager(s) England   Harry Redknapp
  Chairman England  Daniel Levy
  Stadium White Hart Lane
1st Team Captains
  Captain England Ledley King
  Vice Captain England Michael Dawson
  2nd VC
League
  Premiership 4th
Cups
  FA Cup Semi final
  League Cup 5th round
Tottenham 2009-10 kit
   ← 2008-09 2010-11 →   
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The 2009-10 season was Tottenham Hotspur's best season in the top flight since their double winning 1960-61 season. This was because Spurs finished fourth in the Premier League, thus qualifying for the UEFA Champions League. They did not play in Europe this season and it also featured their biggest result in the Premier League. They beat Wigan 9-1 making it the second biggest victory in the history of the Premier League, after Manchester United's 9-0 win over Ipswich Town.

TransfersEdit

InEdit

Date Player Previous club Cost
9 July 2009 Anton BlackwoodArsenalFree[1]
22 July 2009 Kyle NaughtonSheffield UnitedUndisclosed[2]
22 July 2009 Kyle WalkerSheffield UnitedUndisclosed[2]
27 July 2009 Peter CrouchPortsmouth£10 million[3]
6 August 2009 Sébastien BassongNewcastle£8 million[4]
1 September 2009 Niko KranjčarPortsmouth£2.5 million[5]
3 September 2009 Jimmy WalkerWest Ham UnitedFree[6]
30 January 2010 Younès KaboulPortsmouth£8 million[7]
Total
£28.5 million

OutEdit

Date Player New club Cost
1 June 2009 Simon DawkinsUnattachedReleased[8]
1 June 2009 Takura MtandariUnattachedReleased[8]
1 June 2009 Kyle Fraser-AllenHayes & Yeading UnitedFree[8]
1 June 2009 Ricardo RochaStandard LiègeFree[8][9]
1 June 2009 David HuttonCheltenham TownFree[8][10]
12 June 2009 Danny HutchinsYeovil TownFree[8][11]
25 June 2009 Cian HughtonLincoln CityFree[8][12]
8 July 2009Didier ZokoraSevilla£7.5 million[13][14]
16 July 2009 Jacques MaghomaBurton AlbionFree[8][15]
17 July 2009 Chris GunterNottingham Forest£1.75 million[16]
20 July 2009 Yuri BerchicheReal ValladolidFree[17]
24 July 2009 GilbertoCruzeiroFree[18][19]
5 August 2009 Darren BentSunderland£10 million[20][21]
27 August 2009 Pascal ChimbondaBlackburn Rovers£2 million[22]
28 August 2009 Kevin-Prince BoatengPortsmouth£4 million[23]
12 January 2010 Tomáš PekhartJablonecUndisclosed[24]
1 February 2010 Troy Archibald-HenvilleExeter CityUndisclosed[25]
Total
£31.75 million +

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