TOTTENHAM have donated cash raised from player fines for lockdown breaches to an NHS charity.
A whopping ₤ 100,000 was credited Sergio Reguilon, Erik Lamela and Giovani Lo Celso for participating in a Brand-new Year’s Eve celebration.
The gathering broke coronavirus lockdown restrictions at the height of the pandemic’s 3rd wave.
And Spurs have utilized the money to help money an effort for health employees in North London.
On Wednesday, a club statement read: “Tottenham Hotspur can reveal it has donated ₤ 100,000 to North Mid Charity, required to provide a ‘Thank You’ initiative for North Middlesex University Hospital’s brave personnel who have actually worked relentlessly throughout the pandemic.
” Cash raised has actually been drawn from fines the club has released to its players that breached Covid-19 standards over the joyful duration.”
Tottenham Stadium was transformed into a screening centre in the spring amid football’s shutdown.
With fans still yet to return to matches, the location has actually also been provided to assist the NHS with the coronavirus vaccine rollout.
Jose Mourinho spoke of his frustration at his stars’ decision to break standards over the holiday duration.
Reguilon in specific had, just days previously, been gifted a ₤ 500 Spanish jamon leg as a present for investing Christmas alone during the pandemic.
And Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy spoke on Wednesday about the decision to direct player fines to regional charities.
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He stated: “The club always ring-fences player great money for excellent causes and we can think about no much better cause to donate these funds to than North Mid’s ‘Thank You’ initiative for staff.
” NHS staff throughout the nation continue to make sacrifices and put themselves at danger every day to conserve lives and we hope this contribution will go some way towards providing the acknowledgment that these heroes should have.
” Although the situations in which we have the ability to supply the financial support needed are regretful, we are pleased to know that we are able to contribute and eagerly anticipate working with North Mid on this wonderful effort.”