New edition of Pocket Spurs plus 61 book signings

The retro Admiral shirt from the late 1970s graces the latest cover and inside there is plenty of updated material including a new special feature on the 1961 Double, the inclusion of Danny Rose’s cracking goal against the Arsenal last year in the ‘Great Goals’ section and a new section on manager Harry Redknapp and the team’s latest tactics.

Many people who bought this last year said it was a great stocking filler for Spurs-supporting relatives and friends at Christmas, and I’m hoping there’s a while new audience attracted to the latest edition via the 61 The Spurs Double book which is also on sale now.

On the subject of which, two of the legends from the 61 Double-winning team – Cliff Jones and Terry Dyson – will be signing copies of the book at the following venues on the following dates;

25th Nov 12:30pm at Waterstones Jubilee Place, Canary Wharf; 3rd Dec 12:30pm at Maher The Bookseller, Welwyn Garden City; 4th Dec 11:00am at Waterstones Enfield and 2:00pm at Waterstones Walthamstow.

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