Real nameMatthew Etherington
Age37 (Born 14 Aug, 1981)
Height5ft 1in (1.55m)
Weight10st 5lb (65.76kg)
Place of birthCornwall


Stoke 08 Jan, 09 24 May, 14 £2,000,000 131 (21)1312 (1)24 (2)15 (0)0
West Ham 04 Aug, 03 08 Jan, 09 Swap 151 (14)1613 (2)17 (1)06 (1)1
Bradford 23 Oct, 01 28 Dec, 01 Loan 12 (1)10 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Tottenham 31 Dec, 99 04 Aug, 03 £500,000 20 (25)11 (1)13 (1)00 (0)0
Peterborough 01 Aug, 96 31 Dec, 99 Youth 43 (8)62 (1)01 (1)02 (0)0
Totals   £2,500,000 357 (69)3728 (5)415 (5)113 (1)1
Goals per Game    0.08 0.12 n/a 0.07

Games played by Matthew Etherington in 2001/2002

English League CupTh 13Sep 2001Tottenham2 - 0Torquay
Football League Div 1Tu 23Oct 2001Millwall3 - 1Bradford
Football League Div 1Sa 27Oct 2001Bradford4 - 3Watford
1 goal1
Football League Div 1Tu 30Oct 2001Bradford3 - 3Wimbledon
Football League Div 1Fr 02Nov 2001Crewe2 - 2Bradford
Football League Div 1Sa 10Nov 2001Norwich1 - 4Bradford
Football League Div 1Sa 17Nov 2001Bradford2 - 0Walsall
Football League Div 1Tu 20Nov 2001Preston1 - 1Bradford
Football League Div 1Sa 24Nov 2001West Brom1 - 0Bradford
Football League Div 1Sa 01Dec 2001Bradford1 - 2Millwall
Football League Div 1Sa 08Dec 2001Bradford3 - 1Rotherham
Football League Div 1Su 16Dec 2001Man City3 - 1Bradford
Football League Div 1Su 23Dec 2001Coventry4 - 0Bradford
Football League Div 1We 26Dec 2001Bradford1 - 2Sheff Utd
PremiershipSa 12Jan 2002Ipswich2 - 1Tottenham
PremiershipSa 19Jan 2002Tottenham1 - 1Everton
PremiershipWe 30Jan 2002Tottenham1 - 3Newcastle
PremiershipSa 02Feb 2002Derby1 - 0Tottenham
English FA CupTu 05Feb 2002Tottenham4 - 0Bolton
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 09Feb 2002Tottenham2 - 1Leicester
English FA CupSu 17Feb 2002Tottenham4 - 0Tranmere
PremiershipWe 06Mar 2002Man Utd4 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipMo 18Mar 2002Tottenham0 - 1Charlton
PremiershipSa 30Mar 2002Middlesbro1 - 1Tottenham
PremiershipMo 01Apr 2002Tottenham2 - 1Leeds
PremiershipSa 06Apr 2002Arsenal2 - 1Tottenham
PremiershipSa 11May 2002Leicester2 - 1Tottenham


Match in Focus


Real Madrid v Levante

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Real Madrid have failed to score in four successive matches
Expert verdict
Real Madrid need to get back to winning ways but they may struggle to see off improving Levante, who have won their last two games, against Alaves and Getafe. Levante will be buoyed by the pair of draws they chalked up against Real last season, though this term they have the third-worst defence in La Liga.


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