Hosted by the Enfield Highway Working Men's Club, the coaches answered questions on all manner of subjects and entertained fans with stories before drawing the lots for a Spurs-themed auction and signing autographs.
The Enfield Highway Working Men's Club has been raising funds for Chase Farm Hospital’s baby care unit in Enfield for eight years, Wednesday night’s event saw them boost funds for this year’s campaign to a new high.
Steve Alligan of the of the Enfield Highway Working Men’s Club said: “We were really honoured to have Martin and Chris come and speak to us. We know how busy they are but to take time out to come here really means a lot to the thousands of Spurs fans in the borough. We raised a lot of money for the (Chase Farm) baby care unit tonight and look forward to working closely with Spurs again in the future.”
Martin Jol and Chris Hughton helped raise over £3000 for a local baby care unit in Enfield as they took part in a question and answer session for Spurs fans.