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Spurs v Palace - pick up a programme!

Posted on 19 September 2015  - 15:54

Thursday night’s two-goal home debutant Heung-Min Son is the cover star of this Sunday’s official matchday programme as we return to Premier League action against Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane.

Heung-Min Son adorns the front cover of Sunday's programmeEric Dier is the subject of our main interview

As usual, £3.50 will get you 100 pages packed full of news, views, images, nostalgia and statistics ahead of our meeting with Alan Pardew’s men.

Eric Dier is the subject of the main interview in this weekend’s edition, discussing our recent fortunes on the pitch, his thoughts on signing a new contract with the Club earlier this month and his recent endeavours in a defensive midfield role.

Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino also has his say in his latest exclusive programme column, while we take a look at the career of our legendary former captain Alan Mullery, who went on to manage Palace following his time at the Lane.

In addition to looking at the visitors’ current squad with pen pictures and statistics, we hear from former Eagles skipper Geoff Thomas as he recalls some of the previous encounters between the two sides – plus there’s a look back at what was happening when Palace came to our North London base in December, 1969, with the aid of our matchday programme at the time.

Elsewhere, we chart what Harry Kane and former striker Les Ferdinand were up to on this week in seasons gone by in the latest instalment of our ‘Tracking Back’ feature and recall Nacer Chadli’s competitive Spurs debut, which came at Selhurst Park a little over two years ago.


There’s also a pictorial look at the career of Double-winner Ron Henry, along with all the latest from our Under-21s, Under-18s and Ladies sides, plus fixtures, appearance statistics and much more.

Be sure to pick up your copy on Sunday – on sale from several points around the stadium and from the Spurs Megastore for £3.50.

Remember, new for this season, MySpurs Members can read free extracts from each matchday programme from four hours before the game. Visit from 9.30pm on Sunday to sample the Crystal Palace edition for free. It costs nothing to sign up for MySpurs and it’s quick and easy to register. Find out more here.

Programme subscription packages are also available for the season with 24 issues delivered direct to your door, while you can also purchase each issue as an online digital edition – saving money on the cover price. Visit for more information.