Real nameLuke Young
Age39 (Born 19 Jul, 1979)
Height6ft (1.83m)
Weight12st 1lb (76.64kg)
Place of birthHarlow


QPR 27 Aug, 11 01 Aug, 14 Signed 24 (0)23 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Aston Villa 08 Aug, 08 27 Aug, 11 £5,000,000 72 (3)27 (0)02 (0)07 (0)0
Middlesbro 26 Jul, 07 08 Aug, 08 £2,500,000 35 (0)15 (0)02 (0)00 (0)0
Charlton 26 Jul, 01 26 Jul, 07 £3,000,000 181 (6)49 (0)012 (0)00 (0)0
Tottenham 01 Aug, 97 26 Jul, 01 Trainee 44 (14)09 (2)01 (3)02 (1)0
Totals   £10,500,000 356 (23)933 (2)017 (3)09 (1)0
Goals per Game    0.02 0 n/a 0

Games played by Luke Young in 2000/2001

PremiershipSa 26Aug 2000Newcastle2 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipMo 11Sep 2000Tottenham1 - 0West Ham
PremiershipSa 23Sep 2000Tottenham0 - 0Man City
PremiershipSa 28Oct 2000Chelsea3 - 0Tottenham
English League CupTu 31Oct 2000Tottenham1 - 3Birmingham
PremiershipSa 04Nov 2000Tottenham2 - 1Sunderland
PremiershipSa 11Nov 2000Aston Villa2 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipSu 19Nov 2000Tottenham2 - 1Liverpool
PremiershipTu 02Jan 2001Tottenham4 - 2Newcastle
PremiershipSa 13Jan 2001Everton0 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipSa 20Jan 2001Tottenham0 - 0Southampton
PremiershipWe 31Jan 2001West Ham0 - 0Tottenham
English FA CupWe 07Feb 2001Charlton2 - 4Tottenham
PremiershipSa 10Feb 2001Man City0 - 1Tottenham
English FA CupSa 17Feb 2001Tottenham4 - 0Stockport
PremiershipSa 24Feb 2001Tottenham1 - 2Leeds
PremiershipSa 03Mar 2001Derby2 - 1Tottenham
English FA CupSu 11Mar 2001West Ham2 - 3Tottenham
PremiershipSa 17Mar 2001Tottenham3 - 0Coventry
PremiershipSa 31Mar 2001Arsenal2 - 0Tottenham
English FA CupSu 08Apr 2001NArsenal2 - 1Tottenham
PremiershipTu 10Apr 2001Tottenham2 - 1Bradford
PremiershipSa 14Apr 2001Sunderland2 - 3Tottenham
PremiershipTu 17Apr 2001Tottenham0 - 3Chelsea
PremiershipSu 22Apr 2001Liverpool3 - 1Tottenham
PremiershipSa 28Apr 2001Tottenham0 - 0Aston Villa
PremiershipSa 05May 2001Leicester4 - 2Tottenham
PremiershipSa 19May 2001Tottenham3 - 1Man Utd


Match in Focus


England v Croatia

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • England have won four of their last five home matches
Expert verdict
This World Cup semi-final rematch is about much more than revenge for England with both teams knowing a Wembley win will take them through to next summer's Nations League knockout phase. England look to have stepped up a gear since last summer's World Cup loss to Croatia, beating Spain in Seville, and can continue their upward trajectory.


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