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17 April 2018

Paul Hazlewood
The Tottenham Hotspur edition of Seagull.

In Tuesday night’s 100-page issue of our award-winning matchday magazine, cover star Lewis Dunk reflects on the season to date, both personally and for the team, and looks back at our encounter against Tottenham earlier in the season.
Beram Kayal also remembers that game at Wembley vividly, given it was his first appearance in the Premier League this season. He’s now back in the side and tells us that he aims to make the most of the opportunity provided by Davy Propper’s absence.
Elsewhere, we catch up with Guy Butters, who recalls his days playing for Tottenham – which include a run-in with Wimbledon’s infamous Crazy Gang and a training ground incident involving Gazza and an ostrich!
Another former Seagull with a Tottenham connection is Gary Stevens, and he recalls his move to White Hart Lane following the FA Cup Final in 1983 and gives his thoughts on both clubs’ remaining games this season.
Albion will be looking to bounce back from Saturday’s disappointing defeat at Selhurst Park, with Anthony Knockaert and Glenn Murray giving us their thoughts on that game.
Maty Ryan, meanwhile, looks forward to the prospect of facing Harry Kane this evening, while Dale Stephens hopes we can put our recent Amex frustrations behind us as we focus on final furlong.
We take a trip down memory lane as Tim Carder recalls the Southern League encounters between Tottenham and the Albion, while, more recently, we look back at the pre-season game between the clubs, which officially opened the Amex Stadium in 2011.
If that wasn’t enough, our retro section, which this season has taken a chronological look back at our first top-flight campaign at the Goldstone, recalls our final home game of 1979/80 through the eyes of Peter Sayer and Alan Mullery – with Mullers also looking back on his halcyon days in north London.
For our younger fans, we have the penultimate pull-out of the season, which is once again jam-packed with news, interviews, quizzes and stats. Then flip it over to reveal a huge poster of a first-team regular – perfect for your bedroom wall!
For all this plus much more, make sure you pick up a copy of Albion’s matchday magazine, plus pull-out, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.

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