Spurs v United - check out Sunday's programme!
08 April 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
Don't miss our official matchday programme for Sunday's visit of Manchester United in the Premier League – buy your copy at the game and browse the free 12-page online edition now!
Eric Dier is the cover star this weekend as we bring you another jam-packed 100-page issue full of news, views, pictures, facts and stats – all yours for £3.50 on Sunday.
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.
Inside this weekend's issue, we get the latest from Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino in his exclusive programme column and hear from centre-half Toby Alderweireld – ever-present for us in the Premier League this season – about the team's progress since our opening day visit to Old Trafford where the Belgian international made his competitive debut in our colours.
We also take a look at United's squad with profiles and statistics, Lou Macari is interviewed as our 'Visiting Great' and we recall three classic clashes with the Red Devils from the 1961-62 season in 'Pitch Battles'.
Plus, there's a look back at the Spurs debut of Mike Dillon, which came away to United back in 1972, in 'Away the Lads'.
Elsewhere, legendary former striker Alan Gilzean's career is under the spotlight with a series of photos from the archives, we've all the latest from our Under-21s, Under-18s, Ladies and Legends sides following a busy month on the pitch and, in a special edition of our regular 'Tracking Back' feature, which looks at what individuals from the club – present and past – were up to during this week in seasons gone by, we focus on the playing career of Mauricio Pochettino, as well as that of former Spurs boss Terry Venables.
This weekend's 'Final Word' goes to Teddy Sheringham, who represented both clubs with distinction during his storied career, with English strikers very much on the agenda as the former Three Lions hitman looks at the form of Harry Kane and Red Devils youngster Marcus Rashford.
All this and much more is included in Sunday'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.