Smith, Ward, Lee and O'Neill Guests at ITFC On the Road in London
Tuesday, 10th Jan 2017 11:53
Tommy Smith, Grant Ward, U18s coach Alan Lee and academy manager Lee O’Neill will be the guests at the Supporters Club’s second ITFC On The Road event of the season in London at the Horseshoe Pub, Clerkenwell on Tuesday 24th January, just a few minutes’ walk from Farringdon station (doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start).
Simon Milton will host the event where there will be a question and answer session with the players and staff members, while there will also be a raffle and auction in aid of the academy.
Tickets are available in advance for a small charge of £5 to cover costs. Those planning to attend are asked to reserve their tickets soon so the number attending can be gauged.
To reserve your ticket contact Elizabeth Edwards via firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 07968 876504. Liz will also have tickets in the FanZone before home games, Legends Bar afterwards and at all away fixtures.
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