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Special programme for double anniversary

Posted on 6 May 2011  - 12:00

We've a special, commemorative programme to mark the 50th anniversary of the double for Saturday's match against Blackpool - with proceeds to the Tottenham Tribute Trust.

Special programme for double anniversary

We've a special, commemorative programme to mark the 50th anniversary of the double for Saturday's match against Blackpool - with proceeds to the Tottenham Tribute Trust.

Bill Nicholson's acheived the feat of winning the First Division championship and the FA Cup with the Wembley win against Leicester City on May 6, 1961.

The A4-size, 100-page programme has 28 pages devoted to the double including a game-by-game review of the season, Harry Redknapp's pen pix of the '61 team, an opposition view from 'Mr Blackpool', Jimmy Armfield, fans memories of the day and the achievement in the words of Bill Nicholson, with extracts from his autobiography.

Jermain Defoe headlines the programme and talks with pride about joining the elite band of Spurs greats to score 100 goals for the club - he picks out his top five goals.

ELSEWHERE IN THE PROGRAMME...

Harry Redknapp - the manager's exclusive column.

Memory match - Barry Daines recalls a match against Blackpool.

Squad numbers - the feature reaches number 20.

Premier predictions - Can Sandro rescue some pride against the coaches?

Match action - pictures and reports from our recent fixtures.

Not at the game? You can purchase home programmes online by following this link...

TOTTENHAM TRIBUTE TRUST

Proceeds from Saturday's commemorative matchday programme will go towards the Tottenham Tribute Trust.

The Tottenham Tribute Trust is a registered charity, fully recognised and supported by the Club and endorsed by The PFA.

It is an organisation that reaches out to members of the Spurs family who are experiencing hard times either financially, medically or both, and is dedicated to making sure that no former Spurs player is forgotten.

Fans will be given further opportunies to make their donations to a worthy cause during the game.

A donation through the Just Giving account http://www.justgiving.com/thettt is so easy, yet so effective, or via your mobile phone, by texting TTT to 70777, will donate £5 instantly. (This will be deducted from your mobile phone bill. Always check with the bill payer first).

For more details, check the website at www.tottenhamtt.org