Spurs in the Cayman Islands?

Discussion in 'Spurs Abroad' started by MEHSTG, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. MEHSTG

    MEHSTG Member

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    I'm moving to live in the Cayman Islands in August this year, does anybody know if there is a Spurs supporters club over there?
     
  2. Shirtfront

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    I lived there for two years. There's no supporters club that I found, but there is a lot of football with nearly every match viewable on telly and a good regular bunch of guys who get down to the main Irish pub (Fidel Murphy's) to watch the matches. Mostly Gooners, United etc, but a couple of spurs fans around.
     
  3. MEHSTG

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    That is very useful, thank you for posting the info.

    Shame as I've been in Hong Kong for a year and there is a great club out here - www.spursinhongkong.com . Oh well, I'll seek out my fellow yiddos when I get there.
     
  4. Kendall

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    nice, what are you doing there?
     
  5. timfrancis

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    doesnt joe lewis live there? maybe you can get a lift to home games
     
  6. MEHSTG

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    I'm a lawyer and I'm moving to a law firm based there.

    I think Lewis lives in the Bahamas. Might have to jump on a seaplane to see him. I'm sure he won't mind if I turn up at his front door with a spurs shirt and a 12 pack of beer and ask if he's got the game on...
     
  7. Kendall

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    Sounds amazing, I dream of doing something like that one day.
     
  8. MEHSTG

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    Make your dreams a reality! Plenty of jobs for English speakers in places like Caymans or Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, New Zealand or Australia. I highly recommend living abroad for a bit.
     
  9. Kendall

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    I may have to get some advice from you about making such a step!
     
  10. MEHSTG

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    Obviously depends what job you do, but there should be specialist recruitment companies that can offer jobs abroad.
     
  11. GDG

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    Oi oi, Polak, hiding over here are we? Haven't seen you much on the new SiHK site the last couple of days. When is your leaving do?
     
  12. MEHSTG

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    I'm posting more now!

    Leaving do should be early July some time, details to follow.
     
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