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Man City 17:30 Tottenham

Cudicini signs Spurs extension

Goalkeeper committed to White Hart Lane for another 12 months

Last Updated: 03/06/11 9:59am

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Cudicini: Played 13 matches in 2010/11 after acting as back-up to Gomes

Cudicini: Played 13 matches in 2010/11 after acting as back-up to Gomes

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Tottenham have confirmed that goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has signed a one-year contract extension.

The former Chelsea shot-stopper is now committed to the White Hart Lane club until the summer of 2012.

Cudicini, a January 2009 signing, has been largely forced to act as back-up to Heurelho Gomes, but displaced the error-prone Brazilian for the final three matches of this season.

A short statement on Tottenham's official website read: "The club is delighted to announced that Carlo Cudicini has signed a one-year contract extension which runs until 2012."

Cudicini, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in 2009 and as a result was unavailable for eight months, played 13 times in 2010/11.

The Italian featured in both legs of Tottenham's UEFA Champions League matches against Inter Milan after Gomes was sent off at the Giuseppe Meazza and suspended.

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