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Synonyms for Hotspur

English soldier killed in a rebellion against Henry IV (1364-1403)

a rash or impetuous person

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At the beginning of the game GNT were the more enterprising of the two teams, dominating possession and visiting the Hotspurs defence on numerous occasions until they took an early lead.
However, towards the end of the first half, United Hotspurs came to life after Mogomotsi Tlou forced a save from GNT goalkeeper, Thatayaone Thandazela when he drove a left-footed pile driver through the GNT defence which was caught napping.
Tottenham Hotspur has selected Redstone as its official stadium cabling infrastructure installer for its new stadium.
Matthew Collecott, Director of Operations, Tottenham Hotspur said: This is a critical component of our technology infrastructure for the new stadium and so we are pleased to welcome Redstone as our official stadium cabling infrastructure installer.
The Hotspurs went into the match as favourites having clinched the Premier Division title several weeks ago.
25 September 2014 - US investment group Cain Hoy Enterprises LLC announced today it had decided to abandon its plans to make a cash offer for Tottenham Hotspurs Limited.
The Hotspurs is an annual ceremony acknow-ledging outstanding contributions to Northumbrian life and culture.
The Santa Clarita Elite Soccer Club's girls' under-12 team and boys' under-14 team, both coached by Tony Scalercio, ended a successful tournament season with each advancing to the championship game of the Hotspurs USA tournament held in San Diego.
Avenue Hotspurs took a two-goal lead against Cathays Cons thanks to a first-half brace from Mike Paul.
20-year-old Mexican international had moved to English side Tottenham Hotspurs in 2008 from Barcelona.
AVENUE Hotspurs closed their league programme with a convincing 7-2 win over Pontprennau Pumas to claim their first Premier Division title since 2007.
Elsewhere in the Premier Division the three promoted sides continued their encouraging start with RAFA Boys leading the way with a fine 6-1 win over Avenue Hotspurs thanks to a Lenny Horne hat-trick.
But even the most ardent School Lane fan was fearing the worst at half-time when Holyhead Hotspur, boosted by a spell of seven wins in eight games, led through David Williams's goal on 31 minutes.