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Tottenham Hotspur have raised more than £33,000 for the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation through a match-worn shirt auction.

The shirts, worn in the fourth round EFL Cup win over Chelsea in September, were signed and auctioned in honour of the Club’s former defender who made 276 appearances for the North London club.

Astounded by this show of support, Spurs commented:

“We are delighted to confirm that a total of £33,170.95 has been raised from the auction, which has now been donated to this worthy cause, set up in memory of our legendary former defender and Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh, who sadly passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest in June, 2019, aged 49.”
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