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hotspur - OUT NOW!

Robbie Keane is the cover star and main interview in April's issue of hotspur magazine - on sale now!

Robbie Keane is the cover star and main interview in April's issue of hotspur magazine - on sale now!

Keano already looking ahead to next season as he and the team seek to maintain their excellent form of late.

The emphasis remains on the job in hand - to ensure Premier League safety. But recent performances and results have encouraged our new captain's optimism.

"Things are going well and the players feel that we have a real project on our hands," Robbie tells hotspur.

"This season has been remarkable. The priority has to be safety first and foremost...then the real work begins for next year."

Backed up by stunning photography, Robbie's interview also gives a part insight into why he was happy to return to the Lane after starting the season with Liverpool. He's typically discreet on that subject but says:

"I've always been lucky enough to be involved with decent people and that's what made coming back to Tottenham an easy decision. There's a genuine warmth around this club."

Read the full and exclusive interview in hotspur, our new-look official magazine that has captured the imagination of Spurs fans.

Also featured this month is Jermain Defoe who tells readers about the time he booked one restaurant - but went to the one next door by mistake! Manager Harry Redknapp answers your questions and Gary Lineker has plenty of praise for our strikers in a seven-page special.

Mathew Horne is certainly a man in demand these days with lots of TV and a new film. But he's never too busy for Spurs - as he reveals in yet another exclusive interview. And Radio One DJ Nihal presents his own column and wishes he had seen the great Martin Chivers in his prime.

It's all in hotspur - together with so much more and our ever popular fanzone section that gives readers the chance to have their say.

And there is also the chance to win two different shirts in our exclusive competitions. Roman Pavlyuchenko has generously donated one of his Russian international shirts and we have a retro 1984 UEFA Cup replica signed by Tony Galvin, Paul Miller, Steve Perryman, Garry Brooke and Peter Shreeve.

It's on sale now at £3.45 from all Spurs outlets, supermarkets and your local newsagent while subscribers have the opportunity to get a full year's subscription for the price of 10 issues with no extra charge for postage and packing. Don't miss it!


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