Spurs fans with long memories required

Updated: May 10, 2020

Do you know any fans who actively supported Spurs in the 1930s, 40, and 50s? Or are you one of those fans? If so, Alan Fisher and I would like to hear from you. I’m working with Alan – author of the essential Tottenham On My Mind blog – on something that’s aiming to gather first hand memories of supporting the club from all those years ago. We’re interested in the day to day experiences of being a fan, in what the club meant to people and symbolised in those days, in why it attracted the support it did, where from and how.

And if there’s anyone who goes back further than the 1930s, we’d certainly like to hear from you.

If you want to know more, please get in touch with me at martincloake@mac.com or Alan at alan.fisher@gmx.co.uk and we will get back to you as soon as we can

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