Spurs recruits ex-military to work in its stadium

mawspurs

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The Premier League outfit’s charitable foundation has partnered with military charity Sporting Force for an initiative that will see 50 ex-servicemen and women offered training and hired.

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JC-Rule

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I just pray we don’t embarrass ourselves like them Spammers.

They got it so wrong. Poor stewarding and poor fan relocation cost them dearly.

Then you add the dire football, and thats spells the end of their premiership dreams.
 

cider spurs

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For feck sake...this is going to end badly.

ex Marine Smith... "Look Mr Levy, we're sorry, we truly are. Someone in the crowd said Kane had just shot, so we returned rapid gunfire."
 

Lilbaz

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I just pray we don’t embarrass ourselves like them Spammers.

They got it so wrong. Poor stewarding and poor fan relocation cost them dearly.

Then you add the dire football, and thats spells the end of their premiership dreams.
The problems arose because it was designed for athletics rather than football.
 

shelfmonkey

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Great move. It's great that our club is doing a little bit to help our ex-forces personnel get proper work, too many are just left on the scrapheap!
 
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