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Take a gander at Uganda!

English Barclays Premiership

Spurs legends are stepping out in aid of Uganda 2000 on Sunday.

Former greats including Martin Chivers, Paul Allen, Micky Hazard, Tony Galvin, Mark Falco, Graham Roberts and our current Under-17 manager Jimmy Neighbour are all expected to turn out in the charity match against a Uganda 2000 team at nearby Haringey Borough FC.

Uganda 2000 is a charitable, high profile and innovative programme, which promotes an environment of self-help and global learning for children in Uganda.

Projects undertaken by the charity include immunisation, environmental and social programmes.

The Uganda 2000 team is made up of high-quality players gathered together for the benefit of the Uganda 2000 Charity.

The game kicks-off at Haringey Borough's Coles Park on White Hart Lane at 4pm.