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Spurs apologise after they spell sporting legend's name wrong on trip to White Hart Lane

Lads, for the last time… It’s ‘Gretzky’.

AHEAD OF LAST night’s Capital One Cup meeting with Arsenal, Tottenham presented ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky with his very own Spurs shirt at White Hart Lane.

STANLEY CUP FINALS Gretzky lifting the Stanley Cup in 1984. Source: AP/Press Association Images

One problem —  they spelt his name wrong.

Gretzky Spurs Gretzky with former Spurs defender Ledley King and the jersey. Source: YouTube

The club were forced to apologise via Twitter after the embarrassing mix-up but luckily he didn’t take it to heart.

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