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GUNNERS YEARS: Arsenal must be feared, admits Spurs boss

PUBLISHED: 13:45 21 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:07 07 September 2010

1984: Arsenal win the 100th north London derby by the odd goal in five at Highbury. Goals from Stewart Robson, Charlie Nicholas and Tony Woodcock handed the Gunners their third victory of the season over their rivals, following league and cup victories a

1984:

Arsenal win the 100th north London derby by the odd goal in five at Highbury.

Goals from Stewart Robson, Charlie Nicholas and Tony Woodcock handed the Gunners their third victory of the season over their rivals, following league and cup victories at White Hart Lane. Steve Archibald scored the visitors' goals.

Afterwards Spurs boss Keith Burkinshaw said: "They (Arsenal) will be a team to be feared next season."

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