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“Keep up the amazing work”: Tottenham superstar thanks two NHS staff members amidst lockdown

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Harry Kane sends heartwarming message to NHS staff

Tottenham Hotspur superstar Harry Kane has taken to Twitter to thank two Spurs supporting NHS staff members for their continued efforts in tackling the coronavirus pandemic.

The virus has led to a lockdown in the UK. It is a busy time for staff working for the NHS as they try to get a grip on the situation. The country came together on Thursday night in a collective round of applause for the workforce as a way of expressing gratitude for their selfless work.

Kane took to social media to thank Spurs fans Domicin Calvan, an acute medical consultant. Calvan wore his Spurs jersey under his scrubs as a sign of good luck. This gesture was not lost on our ace striker who expressed his admiration for the work the medical practitioners do.

“A bit of that applause was definitely for you. Keep up the amazing work” he tweeted.

He also expressed his thanks to NHS staff member Faye Louise Hickey, who also posed in her Spurs jersey to bring her luck.

“You and the rest of the NHS staff are doing incredible work.”

Kane also encouraged children to get in touch with their drawings of doctors, nurses, and ambulances. This is being done in order to show their appreciation for the work of the organization at this difficult time.

Harry Kane thanked NHS staff for their selfless service to the society
Harry Kane thanked NHS staff for their selfless service to the society

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The Tottenham Hotspur Hotspur Stadium joined other iconic venues across London such as Wembley Stadium, the O2 Arena and Royal Albert Hall in turning blue as a tribute to the NHS.

Spurs star Erik Lamela too voiced his gratitude to the health workers recently. Jose Mourinho has been seen volunteering at Age UK to help the vulnerable in the Enfield Area while Toby Alderweireld has supplied tablets to help the isolated stay in touch with their loved ones.

Spurs could return to action against Newcastle United on May 2. Kane is closing in on a return after injuring his hamstring on New Year’s day away at Southampton.

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