Great book for any Spurs fan of any age giving a behind the scenes look at a great era in the club's history with personal recollections of the players and coach involved. Pity they couldn't get Burkinshaw, Hoddle or the strikers to give their views but those that did make it an interesting and at times hilarious read.
the football/Spurs world of the early 1980s is a long way off now both in time and feeling, and it wasn't remotely possible to keep yourself up to date with events and the club as you can now via the internet, so this book was a pleasant and informative read with some good glossy photos in the middle. The format is simple: 10 interviews with some of the club's leading protagonists. I particularly enjoyed the comments of Ricky Villa, Garry Brooke, George mazzon and Peter Shreeve. Well worth buying for an insight into Spurs and 1980's English football.
Got it on Kindle. I found the advertising confusing. Hoped/thought I was getting the complete book but it turned out to be just Perryman's chapter. OK it was a low price but often you do get great deals for the whole thing
The Stevie chapter was terrific, certainly like Oliver, leaving me wanting 'more'
To add to the 'confusion' I don't think you can get the *whole book* on Kindle, just as a 'book book'. Bit miffed really
a very witty insight into one of the best group of players ever to wear the lillywhite of Spurs, packed with funny stories this is a must for any fan for football in the early 80's as well as followers of the mighty Tottenham.