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Flannelette Duvet Cover Double Cream/Natural
Flannelette Duvet Cover Double Cream/Natural
Offered by Tony's Textiles Ltd.
Price: 19.95

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor Product, 9 Jun 2011
Item was washed before use, but even now, after 3 weeks or so, little bits of fluff attach themselves to any article of clothing, and the carpet is the same.

No issues at all with the seller - a great service in fact, but this duvet set should be avoided at all costs.

Shirts, Shorts and Spurs
Shirts, Shorts and Spurs
by Roy Reyland
Edition: Hardcover

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Story - Poorly Presented, 9 Jun 2011
Roy Reyland was a Spurs legend, in as much as he looked after the Club's kits for nearly 30 years. It is such a shame that his story has been made to look foolish by some atrocious editing and awful mistakes.

Page 1 has the first glaring error (Spurs beat Atletico Madrid to win the 1963 Cup Winners Cup, not Real Madrid), and it is all downhill from there. It makes Mr Reyland look like he has no idea what he is talking about, and he clearly does, being a fan before he become a staff member. Paragraphs copied, and inserted in the wrong places, and many other factual errors riddle this book, and we can only hope the the paperback edition has ALL of these rectified.

Wait until June, and maybe you'll get the true tale of the boot room.
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In Search of Alan Gilzean: The lost legacy of a Dundee and Spurs legend
In Search of Alan Gilzean: The lost legacy of a Dundee and Spurs legend
by James Morgan
Edition: Paperback

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Lost And Found, 30 Sep 2010
When you see all the books on or by footballers on the shelves these days, players who have done quiet well for 50 games, you wonder where the books of the legends are. The players that did it year in, year out. The players that played for the jersey, and actually cared for the teams they represented. Alan Gilzean is one of those legends, and this is one of those books.

Crafted with care and consideration, James Morgan's mission to get Gillie his rightful place in the Scottish Football Association's Hall of Fame tells the tale of a bygone era, and of a man happy to leave the football hooha behind when he retired.

An exception read, for Dundee, Tottenham and Scotland fans especially, but also for anyone who wants to know what happened to 70's players who didn't want to manage or run a pub. Marvellous.

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