HARRY KANE VISITS THE BAHAMAS

HARRY KANE VISITS THE BAHAMAS

HARRY KANE the Tottenham Hotspur and England Captain, drops in on some footballers in the Bahamas.

He visited the players involved

in the Bahamas Tottenham programme, showing off a few skills in a penalty shootout.  Not quite good enough to beat Michael Butler who pulled off a great save against Mr. Kane’s, trick shot.

One of the world’s renowned players, Harry, at only 23 years of age has been the England Premiership highest goal scorer for the past two seasons winning back to back “Golden Boot” Awards.  His tally of 29 goals this year cemented his place on the England team and helped Tottenham to the runner up slot in the Premiership and a “Champions League place for next season.  He fielded a number of tricky questions from the Bahamas Tottenham players but his most memorable moment was as a young 11-year-old footballer growing up, when Jermaine Defoe, (Tottenham and England at the time), stopped to play some street football with Harry and his mates.  H took some time out of his busy footballing schedule to accept a Beach Soccer World Cup  commemorative shirt  from Garry Markham the BFA TD.