Spurs recruits ex-military to work in its stadium

Tottenham Hotspur is recruiting ex-military personnel to work at its new stadium.

The Standard reports the Premier League outfit’s charitable foundation has partnered with military charity Sporting Force for an initiative that will see 50 ex-servicemen and women offered training and hired as stewards, security staff and hosts.

The new stadium is set to open next summer during the 2018/19 Premier League season.

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