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Wembley pupils treated to visit by Spurs star

PUBLISHED: 15:34 25 September 2017

Davinson Sanchez in action during the launch of the Tottenham Hotspur Brent schools programme Picture: Tottenham Hotspur FC

Davinson Sanchez in action during the launch of the Tottenham Hotspur Brent schools programme Picture: Tottenham Hotspur FC

2017 Tottenham Hotspur FC

Davinson Sanchez visited St Joseph’s Catholic primary school in Wembley as part of Tottenham’s school sports programme.

The club who are playing their matches at Wembley stadium this year whilst their old stadium site is being redeveloped has launched the programme as part of it’s community engagement within the area.

Spurs’ new signing went to St Joseph’s on September 21 and took part in a PE lesson with students.

The programme will operate in 24 Brent primary schools during the current academic year and they will be delivered by two specialist development coaches from the Tottenham Hotspur foundation.

Nikki Kelly, chief executive officer at the Tottenham Hotspur foundation, said: “We are delighted to launch our school sports programme in Brent, one of the many ways in which the club will be active within the local community during our season at Wembley. We expect to engage with around 3000 students in the borough.”

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