Help Spurs Superfan Morris Keston

Legendary Spurs fan Morris Keston has launched a push to gain 1961 followers on Twitter to celebrate the Spurs Double winners of 1961. Morris’s Twitter feed is here. You can also, as I am currently doing, read Morris’s book Superfan, detailing his fascinating life and times, available from VSP, who coincidentally happen to be my publishers. Watch this space for a review shortly.

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