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Michael Dawson special on Xtra

Posted on 9 December 2009  - 12:00

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

IT'S A Michael Dawson special on Xtra and we'll start with an interview he was conducting with Spurs TV Online earlier in the week.

Robbie Keane was also due over to the office to give his thoughts on the Wolves game and, you've gussed it, Keano arrived just moments after the camera started rolling.

Keano couldn't resist and, well, the result is there for all to see in the video clip above!


OF COURSE - and as Keano points out - 'Daws' has been in the limelight in the last week for scoring two excellent goals against Villa and then his diving header at Everton on Sunday.

Michael had no answers as to why he's hit a goal-den spell in front of goal. "I don't know and I'm sure my celebrations showed that I was a little surprised!" he told us. "Hopefully I'll continue with those goals, it's something I wanted to add to my game, but I'd rather go back to clean sheets and winning games, it's not about me and scoring, it's about us winning."

NOTHING TO do with football, but Daws did have one 'mare last week.

To explain, the club was celebrating 25 years of service from our Head of Publications John Fennelly and a number of players and managers, past and present, left messages for him.

'Fenners' does enjoy a bit of banter with the lads and Daws thought he'd send, we'll say, a quite fruity text message to him wishing him a great day, or words along those lines.

Unfortunately, Daws has another 'Fenners' in his mobile's address book and the message went to the wrong one!

FINALLY, great to see Luka Modric back in full training and then play 70 minutes of a training ground friendly against Grays Athletic on Tuesday.

We've a few Xtra pictures of him going through a shooting session with Robbie Keane and Roman Pavlyuchenko - click on the arrows above.