This elite football training experience was delivered by club coaches using the renowned methods delivered within our Academy, and those taking part got the chance to meet Ledley King, Oliver Skipp and Tottenham Hotspur Women players Rianna Dean and Anna Filbey.
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
A talented midfielder with a wand of a left-foot, ANDY REID joined us from Nottingham Forest in January, 2005, but left just 18 months later as he was restricted to limited opportunities in a Spurs shirt. We recently caught up with the former Republic of Ireland international to discuss his time at the club, his journey since and find out what he’s up to now.
SEARCHING FOR SUCCESS
MOUSSA SISSOKO believes there is a big opportunity for us to taste success this season, as long as we can navigate through what is a hectic February of fixtures.
THE ROAD TO GLORY
As we approach a year ending in ‘One’ and look forward to celebrating a number of anniversaries of our previous trophy triumphs, in each matchday programme this season we’ll reflect on one game that we played along the road to glory in one of those successes.
Tottenham Hotspur has always been described as a club of ‘firsts’ as we’ve blazed a trail throughout the game in this country and abroad down the years. In each programme this season, we will reflect on the matches, the people and the occasions that have seen us set the standard and helped shape our history.
LEGENDS ON LEGENDS
Continuing our feature for 2020/21, as we speak to our former stars about their memories of great players from our opponents. Tonight, we caught up with our former midfielder Micky Hazard to ge this thoughts on the late, great Ray Wilkins.
Good evening and 'welcome back’ to our home.
JOSE BECOMES AMBASSADOR FOR SCHEME SUPPORTING CHILDREN IN CARE
Jose Mourinho has become an Ambassador for a Tottenham Hotspur Foundation scheme providing support for children in care to achieve better educational outcomes.
DAWS SPARKS FIREWORKS
All eyes are on the ball as a glancing header from Michael Dawson (far right) evades the dive of Chelsea goalkeeper Henrique Hilario to level the scores at White Hart Lane on Bonfire Night in 2006.
Looking back at the Spurs programme that greeted this evening’s visitors in past seasons. Club Historian John Fennelly reflects on Chelsea’s visit to Tottenham in March 1951.
10 Tips to Enjoy Low-Sugar Holidays
For weight control and improved health, follow these strategies to keep your sugar intake to a minimum while still relishing the sweetness of the season.
What to Know Before You Mistletoe
How to make your break Holly Lolly – with or without a BAE.
Share The Love
Hark! Here’s how to spread some supersized seasonal splendor.
The Existential Despair of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Revisiting the most disturbing Christmas special
There's No Stopping Santa
The middle of a global pandemic might seem like a good time to cut back on holiday excess. But then, we live in America.
The Group Portrait: Rockettes, Spectacular-less
For the first time since its inception in 1933, there will be no Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall.
This Year's Winter Harvest Takes the Cake
Celebration calls for cake
Why Iranians Continue to Seek Refuge in Australia
Shokoofeh Azar moved to Australia as a political refugee in 2010. Her novel The Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree (see WLT, Spring 2020, 96), originally written in Farsi, was shortlisted for Australia’s 2018 Stella Prize for Fiction and the 2020 International Booker Prize. Here she recalls her refugee journey from Iran to Christmas Island and reveals why Iranians continue migrating to Australia, despite the absence of war.
Christmas Cactus, And An Early Start To Holiday Decorating
I’ve been asked how you can tell whether you have a Christmas, Easter or Thanksgiving cactus.
The Jolie-Pitts Torn Apart At Christmas
’Tis the season for good will toward men, but not all of Brad Pitt’s kids have a lot of love for their dad