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Tottenham striker Kane continues to sponsor Leyton Orient shirt

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane will sponsor Leyton Orient's shirts for the third consecutive season.

The England captain, who played his first professional game for the O's while on loan in 2011, has this year chosen to donate the front-of-shirt space to mental health support line Shout.

Ten per cent of the proceeds from shirt sales will be given to the charity by the club.

The 28-year-old has previously selected to support veterans charity Tommy Club and a thank-you message to the NHS over the past two seasons.

Kane told the club's website: "I am thrilled to be sponsoring Leyton Orient's kits for a third season.

"I was born only a couple of miles from Orient's stadium and am really happy to give back to the Club that gave me my first professional start.

"I am pleased to welcome Shout to this partnership. Covid has presented many challenges, and these have affected the mental health and wellbeing of many people. Shout provide a vital helpline and resources to the public, helping to positively improve mental health and wellbeing.

"The special charities I have chosen for the front of shirts all mean a lot to me, and I hope this platform will help them receive the exposure and support they need."

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