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Football » Football Books » Football Club Histories (Q-Z) » SPURS: A HISTORY OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FOOTBALL CLUB (SIGNED BY SPURS AND ENGLAND U23)

SPURS: A HISTORY OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FOOTBALL CLUB (SIGNED BY SPURS AND ENGLAND U23)

SPURS: A HISTORY OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FOOTBALL CLUB (SIGNED BY SPURS AND ENGLAND U23)
SPURS: A HISTORY OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FOOTBALL CLUB (SIGNED BY SPURS AND ENGLAND U23)
SPURS: A HISTORY OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FOOTBALL CLUB (SIGNED BY SPURS AND ENGLAND U23)

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One of the better books about Spurs, with good coverage of Arthur Rowe's famous "push and run" side that brought the League Championship title to White Hart Lane for the first time in 1950-51. This title was dedicated to John Arlott.

8vo. 224pp. Photographic frontis, 24 pages of photographs. Neat gift inscription in ink to front pastedown. Dust-wrapper, lightly rubbed. A very good copy. Signed to front endpapers by 23 Spurs players and staff from the 1950s, including Ditchburn, Norman, Smith, Blanchflower, Bill Nicholson, Charlie Withers, Baker, Hopkins, Walley, Marchi, Brooks, Hills, Jim Collins, Tommy Bing, Cecil Poynton, Frank Smith, Sonny Walters, Reynolds, Stokes, Ryden, Harry Clarke and two others.

Signed to the next page by the 1956 England under 23 team  (12 in total) who played Denmark and France in late 1956 - these include Alan Hodgkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Graham Shaw, Ronnie Clayton, R. Neal, Bryan Douglas, Jimmy Bloomfield, Gerry Hitchens, Alick Jeffrey, A. Cheesbrough, Ron Flowers and Eddie Hopkinson. It was in the French game that Alick Jeffrey famously sustained a broken leg.

Date
1956
Publisher
Phoenix Sports Books
Author
Julian HOLLAND

£550.00 (Code: 65012)

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