Interviewed by Tottenham On My Mind

Updated: May 10, 2020

Alan Fisher, who runs the very readable and well-crafted Tottenham On My Mind blog, has posted a write-up of an interview with me in which he asks about the e-book venture and we have a general chunter about all things Spurs. I really enjoyed the chat with Alan, who is a great guy who recognises much about football and about it’s place in the grand scheme of things, and I heartily recommend adding his blog to the list of very good blogs on Spurs that are out there.

A large part of the interview is about the Danny Blanchflower e-book, which you can buy for the cheap as chips price of £2.99 by clicking on the links to the right of this post.

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