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Spurs vs Arsenal - pick up a programme!

Posted on 6 February 2015  - 10:42

Christian Eriksen is the cover star of our official matchday programme for the visit of Arsenal on Saturday.

Christian Eriksen is on the front cover of this weekend's programmeChristian is also the subject of our main interview

We’ve another jam-packed 100-page edition on sale for the North London derby, with our Danish international taking pride of place on the front following a string of influential performances on the pitch.

Christian is also the subject of this week’s main interview, discussing the derby in detail and reflecting on his recent contributions in front of goal.

Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino also shares his views in his latest exclusive programme column, while we’ve all you need to know about our visitors – including squad profiles and a look at some of the past players to have worn the Arsenal shirt.

Delving into the archives, we look at some of the previous links between the two sides while taking a specific look at the equivalent fixture from 1971 with the aid of the matchday programme at the time.

Former goalkeeper Erik Thorstvedt is joined by current defender Jan Vertonghen to chat about matches with the Gunners in Time After Time, while we’ve a special interview with Double-winning legend Cliff Jones – celebrating his 80th birthday on the day of the game – with his memories of his debut in the North London derby on the agenda.

Elsewhere, we take a look at the letter ‘S’ from a Spurs perspective in the latest instalment of our A-Z feature, while we’ve the latest from our Under-21s and Under-18s as a busy period of games continues.

All this and much more is included in Saturday’s official matchday programme – on sale from various points around the stadium and from the Spurs Megastore, priced at £3.50.

Not at the game? Buy individual copies of our matchday programme here or find details on how to subscribe here.

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