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A truly dreadful book,
This review is from: Down Memory Lane: A Spurs Fans View Of The Last Fifty Years (Hardcover)
With Chapters entitled "How I signed Chris Waddle for Spurs" and "How I Pursueded Daniel Levy to buy Spurs" it gives you an idea of the ego maniac we are dealing with here. It is also full of historical inaccuracies, including one where the so called author stated Gary Mabbutt was the first person to score at both ends in the FA Cup Final. This man is supposed to be a Spurs fan and yet forgets our most famous cup final win in 1981 was because Tommy Hutchinson managed the feet a full 6 years before Gary Mabbutt. Maybe it was because it was not in reply that everyone remembers but in the first game.
If this book was on any other subject apart from Spurs I would take it to the Charity shop.
He has spent his entire life writing for down market publications and has produced a very down market book.
This is a lazy, poorly written and badly constructed book.