61 The Spurs Double – new book

Called 61, The Spurs Double, it’s billed by publisher VSP as “a lavish collector’s item showcasing previously unseen behind-the-scenes photographs and memorabilia, and tells the story of the season through original newspaper cuttings, tickets and match programmes”. I’ve written much of the content with long-time colleague Adam Powley, and the design and image end has been in the more-than-capable hands of Doug Cheeseman. While the book is visually-led and comes in a coffee-table format encased in a cloth box, we’ve been lucky to get some other unique material in too.

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