Spurs v West Brom - check out Monday's programme!
23 April 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
We've another jam-packed issue of our official matchday programme available for Monday's clash with West Bromwich Albion – buy your copy at the game and browse the free 12-page online edition now!
As usual, it's 100 pages full of news, views, pictures, facts and stats as the run-in to this most exciting of seasons intensifies.
Click here to sample it now with the free 12-page online preview edition – no sign-up required.
A full 100-page digital edition is also available to purchase online now. Click here to buy.
This week's front cover features Dele Alli, Jan Vertonghen and Christian Eriksen showcasing the special-edition charity shirts the players will be wearing against the Baggies.
Inside, we've a feature interview with Belgian centre-back Jan, who has slipped faultlessly back into the groove in our defensive unit alongside Toby Alderweireld following a two-and-a-half month injury lay-off.
We also hear from Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino in his latest programme column, take a look at West Bromwich Albion's squad with player profiles and statistics and chat to former Baggies forward Cyrille Regis about the times he encountered Spurs during his storied career.
Elsewhere, John Fennelly looks back on events when we hosted West Bromwich Albion in 1926-27 with the aid of the matchday programme at the time in 'Back Beat', while the career of Ossie Ardiles, who links both clubs as someone who played for one and managed the other, is under the spotlight in 'Gaffer Tapes'.
We've also delved into the archives to pick out some of the best photos of Glenn Hoddle from his time on the pitch, we recall Rafael van der Vaart's Spurs debut which came at The Hawthorns in September, 2010, in the latest instalment of 'Away the Lads', there's a chance to catch up with the exploits of our Under-21s, Under-18s and Ladies sides and popular former goalkeeper Erik Thorstvedt chats to us about the qualities of current custodian Hugo Lloris as he has the ‘Final Word'.
All this and much more is included in Monday's official matchday programme – on sale for £3.50 from a number of locations around the stadium and from the Spurs Megastore.
Don't forget to browse our free 12-page online preview edition now or buy the full issue as a digital edition if you're unable to get to the game.
Programme subscription packages are also available. Visit tottenhamhotspur.com/programme for more information.