We holidayed in Malta last week and tried to visit the Spurs Supporters Club - found it in a quiet street in Valetta but it was closed - no sign to say when it was open - what a shame - would ave loved to see the museum and some fellow spurs. Watched the Sunderland match in The Pub - the last drinking place of Oliver Read - and now a tribute to him. Dreadful result and all the worse for being with arsenal and west ham supporters....
I go to Malta regularly and have been in the club in Valletta, they are a very friendly lot. Also there is a wine bar in Birgu, Cantina St Angelo, which is owned by the international secretary of the supporters club, pay him a visit and enjoy a glass of wine and a chat with him.
The Spurs Supporters Club is open daily, mornings and evenings till late. Opening hours 10.00 till 11.45 and 18.00 till late. It is run by our Club president Carmel Debattista.
On a different note, the Cantina Wine Bar down in Birgu has closed down due to my family commitement, unfortunately.
Any Spurs fans who happen to be in Malta around the end of September and want to join a Spurs night out for a fantastic typically Maltese dinner in the surroundings of mother nature, can contact me on my mob 99406433. We are having porchetta and Maltese pasta dish plus unlimited wine, beer,s/drinks, water and coffee for the price of EUR28.
just thought i would say ''hello'' on SC as this is my first post.
also Happy new year to all.
FAO anyone who might be in Malta next week - we will be screening the Burnley Carling Cup s/f 1st leg from the Lane at the Club premises at Frederick Street in Valletta - club will be open from 6ish onwards as stated above - defo from 8pm anyways !
all welcome to come.
NB max capacity 50 (if seated) or 800 if standing.:wink:
many pubs / people at home have satellite tv and get sky italia
a lot more have digital cable tv installed (2 dig cable tv companies in Malta)
quite a few have 2 or all 3... lucky sods
at the club we can watch all spurs league and carling cup games live on one of the two local cable tv companies.
the other cable company shows FA cup and uefa cup matches and hasn't ever missed out Spurs so farray:
on cable the games all have commnetary in English so they must be relayed from ITV / Sky / BBC ?
i'm sorry i wouldn't know about the wigan game on satellite - i dont have satellite at home, just the ''league and carling'' cable tv thing. offski to the club or to my local when its uefa or FA cup time:beer: