Tottenham have given £100,000 to North Middlesex University Hospital’s staff utilizing cash raised from fines gave to Erik Lamela, Giovani Lo Celso and Sergio Reguilon.

Lamela, Lo Celso and Reguilon were totally endorsed by the club for breaching coronavirus guidelines over the merry period after an image showed up of them going to a huge gathering when London was then under level four limitations.

The club have utilized that cash to convey a ‘Thank You’ activity to the neighborhood medical clinic’s staff, which will support blessing vouchers to staff who have been working through the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chairman Daniel Levy said: “The club always ring-fences player fine money for good causes and we can think of no better cause to donate these funds to than North Mid’s ‘Thank You’ initiative for staff.

“NHS staff across the country continue to make sacrifices and put themselves at risk every day to save lives and we hope this contribution will go some way towards providing the recognition that these heroes deserve.

“Although the circumstances in which we are able to provide the financial support required are regretful, we are pleased to know that we are able to contribute and look forward to working with North Mid on this fantastic initiative”.

The gift proceeds with a solid connection between the club and the emergency clinic after Spurs’ arena’s changing areas, clinical and media offices were changed to have North Mid’s Women’s Outpatient Services during the primary lockdown, with 41,500 arrangements conveyed among April and July.

The underground vehicle leave at the arena is likewise utilized for Covid-19 testing.

North Middlesex University Hospital Trust chief executive Maria Kane said: “I should like to express a sincere and heartfelt thank you to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club for the donation of £100,000 to fully fund our ‘Thank You’ initiative for staff at North.

“I am incredibly proud of every single person who works at North Mid and I am reminded daily of their determination, compassion and commitment to our patients and local community.

“They continue to work tirelessly in incredibly difficult circumstances and I am so pleased that we can give them the recognition they deserve through this initiative.

“It will be deeply appreciated by all of our staff, many of whom live locally and we remain proud of the wonderful partnership we have built with Tottenham Hotspur in recent years.”