Two former Tottenham Hotspur footballers are jetting into the Costa Blanca this weekend for a Charity Dinner organised by Spurs Supporters Spain at their headquarters Moores Bar in Cabo Roig.
Between them Graham Roberts and Stephen Sedgeley played over 370 times for Spurs while Graham also played for Rangers and Chelsea, was capped by England 6 times and scored 58 senior goals while Steve´s career included stints at Coventry, Ipswich and Wolves plus England U21s with 37 goals to his name.
Since retiring from the beautiful game, Steve has concentrated on his building business – somewhat appropriately called COYS Builders – as well as coaching, currently at Watford, while Graham went into football management including spells as Head Coach to the Pakistani and Nepali national teams, but now he splits his time between working in hospitality at White Hart Lane on matchdays or as a fundraiser for various charities.
In this latter capacity he has become the Fundraising Ambassador for The Stacey Mowle Appeal, trying to raise half a million pounds for the treatment of Stacey´s neuroblastoma cancer in the USA, and this is the charity for which funds will be raised on the night of Saturday 15th November.
The evening gets underway at 6pm at Moores Bar with pre dinner drinks whilst watching England´s latest Euro qualifier against Slovenia, then moves next door to Marinasol restaurant for a three course meal, followed by lighthearted speeches, recollections of their careers and funny moments in the life of professional sportsmen. There will be a question and answer phase and of course the obligatory raffle and an auction for a signed THFC shirt amongst other items.
After dinner drinks will then be served in both Moores Bar and Marinasol.
Tickets are still available and can be obtained from Moores Bar, Cabo Roig or from the Spurs Supporters Spain Secretary, Graeme Clark at his office – Canal Print Rioja telephone 966 764 403.
More details about the evening and other fundraising events can also be found online at www.spurssupportersspain.com.
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