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EXTRA TIME

Posted on 6 December 2007  - 12:00

The Club has just published the second issue of Extra Time - a newsletter detailing the work that Spurs is doing off the pitch.

The Club has just published the second issue of Extra Time - a newsletter detailing the work that Spurs is doing off the pitch.

The newsletter covers many of the events attended by the players and coaches in the past few months - events that have seen hundreds of children, parents, teachers and community projects benefit from working with the Premier League Club.

Issue Two covers Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Spurs Skipper Ledley King’s to visit the club’s Kickz project in Haringey as well as vice-captain Robbie Keane’s trip to the stadium to launch the new Spurs Learning Zone.

It isn’t just the established players that have been busy. New striker Darren Bent took time to support Kick it Out’s Week of Action and met with local school children to discuss the problem of racism in football while Welsh winger Gareth Bale opened a brand-new sports facility in Enfield.

CLICK HEREto see the second edition of Extra Time in pdf format...