Former Tottenham Goalkeeper unveiled his statue who won many trophies with them

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Pat Jennings, the former custodian for Tottenham Hotspur, overcame a medical issue earlier this week, currently has a statue unveiled in Northern Ireland.

After collapsing earlier this week, he sent to the hospital for some test.

However, Sky Sports News later revealed that the 78-year-old was released from the hospital around midnight of Monday.

Pet Jennings unveiled his statue in his home town

Pat Jennings received more good news. As he was able to attend his statue’s unveiling on Tuesday in Newry, Northern Ireland.

Following his doctors’ clearance, he reportedly went to the unveiling with his family.

A little bit about former Tottenham Goalie

Jennings was born in Newry. Now the city now has a permanent memorial dedicated to him.

In his long career of 23 years, he played for Arsenal, Watford, Spurs, Everton. He also made more than 100 appearances for his native Northern Ireland in international level.

It was a quiet amazing fact about him that in 1977 made the move from Spurs to Arsenal, where he went on to win the FA Cup.

There was a fun fact as he also won many trophies for Spurs. Like FA Cup: 1966–67, League Cup: 1970–71, 1972–73, FA Charity Shield: 1967, UEFA Cup: 1971–72.

For his services to football and charity, Jennings has received an MBE, an OBE, and a CBE. In 2003, he was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame.

That’s good to witness Jennings recovering in a timely manner, and he is getting recognition in his hometown.

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