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4.0 out of 5 stars
Great insight, 27 Mar. 2013
I read this as a teenager when it was originally published and was fascinated by the insight into a
The team I followed. I liked it because it was very relevant as I grew up worshipping the players involved.
I think it is most suitable for Spurs fans who also experienced the era. Genuine football fans will also enjoy reading the most open record of a season in the life of a professional football team.
It also brought home the fact that, in essence, nothing has changed in 40 years. The English game is still about a few teams at the top and the rich clubs attract the best players. Europe was and is still the holy grail. Facts like the total wage bill for the players and staff in 1971 being £200000 was also interesting