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Glory Glory Nights, The : The Complete History of Tottenham Hotspur In Europe Hardcover – 19 Nov 2012
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About the Author
The Glory Glory Nights has been put together by the same team who produced 61: The Spurs Double, winner of the Best Illustrated Book at the British Sports Book Awards 2010. Doug Cheeseman is a freelance graphic designer specialising in illustrated sports and photography books. He is three-times winner of Best Illustrated Book at the British Sports Book Awards and his books include the acclaimed 1966 Uncovered - The Unseen Story of the World Cup in England, 61: The Spurs Double and Engineering Archie Archibald Leitch, Football Ground Designer. Martin Cloake is a journalist and author who has supported Spurs since the early 1970s. He was editorial consultant on and a major contributor to The Spurs Opus, is the author of The Pocket Book of Spurs and co-author with Adam Powley of a number of other books on the club, including the acclaimed The Boys from White Hart Lane and The Spurs Miscellany. He has written extensively for Tottenham fanzines and websites and contributes to Sabotage Times. Adam Powley is the author of over 20 books, several of them on Spurs. He co-authored The Boys from White Hart Lane, The Spurs Miscellany and We Are Tottenham with Martin Cloake. He is the author of When Football Was Football: Tottenham Hotspur and the award-nominated When Boxing Was Boxing. He has written for a number of publications including The Times, Sunday Mirror, The Guardian, Four Four Two and When Saturday Comes.
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Great book - wonderful memories -sadly some of the memories are too long ago. Hopefully there will be more great nights to come...Published on 20 July 2014 by Sunseeker999
Tottenham have made the biggest and most important contribution to European football of any English team - so says this mediocre and abysmally written panegyric. Read morePublished on 23 May 2013 by StevenGaryDavies
Brought as a present for my Brother but i'm a Spurs fan as well and will probably get for myself. Loads of historical inforamtion and amazing imagery. Read morePublished on 7 Mar. 2013 by A. Nicholls
Was rather disappointed ,expected more coverage of the 60s european games,but photowise there was nothing there I hadnt seen before.... Read morePublished on 15 Feb. 2013 by Ra Baxter