Legend Cliff Jones says 61 book ‘really captures the atmosphere’ of that season

It really does make a difference to hear comments like that, as well as all the very positive feedback we’ve had from people who have bought the book. A signing at Canary Wharf yesterday attended by Cliff and Terry Dyson drew big crowds, and there are similar events coming up in the next few days. Check the 61 link above for details.

What’s also nice is the appreciation of the range of the material in the book. There are some great, and previously unseen, visuals that we knew would attract attention, but the press clippings of each game and the more in-depth written material has also drawn praise.

We loved working on this and I’ll make no apologies for saying we love the reaction the book is getting. Thanks to Mike Leigh and Phil Cornwell at The Spurs Show podcast for a great show and a very enjoyable listen.

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