ANGE POSTECOGLOU FINALLY REVEALED THE MAIN REASON WHY THE TEAM WORE DIFFERENT JERSEY SHIRT AGAINT LUTON ON SATURDAY

Tottenham  present a different look in their Premier League match against Luton Town on Saturday afternoon as the club pledges to support a charity based in the Philippines
The front of Tottenham’s shirt will feature the logo of breast cancer organization I Can Serve, who is also the club’s main sponsor
A preview of the shirt was posted by Tottenham on social networks
Ange Postecoglou and his four best prospects will continue their promising run in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon (3pm)
As things stand, the north London team is three points behind Aston Villa in fourth place and they have one game remaining against their main rivals for Champions League qualification
However, Tottenham still has much to do after the international break
In their last match before the March gap, they were beaten 3-0 by Fulham, denting their hopes of reaching the top four
However, victory at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday afternoon could take Tottenham move up to fourth – at least temporarily and on goal difference – before Villa face Wolves at Villa Park later (5
30pm)
The specially designed I Can Serve Foundation shirt – to be worn against Luton – still features the Tottenham crest and Nike logo in the usual position
However, the words I Can Serve Foundation – circled around a soccer ball – will take the top spot
Below, the club’s main shirt sponsor, AIA, will be displayed in a smaller than usual rose red font with the word Philippines printed below
The design of the popular all-white shirt will also incorporate shapes and patterns of the same color, with the Cinch logo on the left sleeve

 


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