Spurs was what I looked for!
"I`ll look forward to going to White Hart Lane more than anywhere because me and my mum support Spurs. - George Friend
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FOLLOWING on from Stephen Ward looking out for the fixtures against Manchester United and Liverpool, 21-year-old George Friend has confessed to looking out for the away trip to White Hart Lane, the home of Spurs.
"I`ll look forward to going to White Hart Lane more than anywhere because me and my mum support Spurs.' Friend told the Express & Star.
"But to be part of a match at any Premier League stadium is brilliant and I`m really looking forward to it.'
Vital Wolves Comment: I think the only way Friend will be visiting White Hart Lane is if he buys a ticket.
Source: Express & Star
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