Pick up a programme tonight!
07 November 2013|Tottenham Hotspur
Make sure you pick up a copy of our matchday programme at the Lane this evening as FC Sheriff visit us in the Europa League.
As usual, we’ve got 100 pages packed with news, views, features and stunning images as matchday four looms in Group K.
Summer arrival Erik Lamela is our cover star while this week’s main interview features young left-back Zeki Fryers, who has been a regular name on our teamsheet in the cup competitions this season.
Currently sidelined with a groin injury, Zeki is determined to come back strong and help us make progress on the continent – claiming Europa League success is high on his agenda.
“I’d love to help the club go a long way in the Europa League,” he tells us. “I’d love it if we went all the way because I’ve had a little bit of input and when I get back fit I want to be involved again.
“As a young lad you want to win silverware, but I think you want that as a professional anyway. It’s especially important for someone of my age, as it can help stand you in good stead for the future.”
Read the full interview with Zeki in tonight’s programme.
Head Coach Andre Villas-Boas also has his say tonight in his regular column, while we take an in-depth look at FC Sheriff’s tactics and personnel.
In addition, we have an exclusive extract from ‘King’, the fantastic autobiography of our legendary defender and Club Ambassador Ledley King.
We’re also on the Road to Rio, as goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes recalls his favourite memories of past World Cups as we build up to next summer’s tournament in Brazil, plus we’ve all the latest from across the continent as the Europa League group stage passes the half-way mark.
We also delve into the photographic archives for another trip down Memory Lane, while we’ve got more recent pictorial coverage of our matches against Hull City in the Capital One Cup and Everton in the Premier League over the last week.
There’s all this plus our popular ’30 Years Ago Today’ feature where we cast our minds back to what our matchday programme was featuring in 1983-84, match reports from our Under-18s, the latest from our newsdesk and much more – all crammed into 100 pages, yours for just £3.50.
Pick up your copy at the game tonight, at various points around the stadium or in the Spurs Megastore.