Down Memory Lane is a must for all Spurs fans who have followed the club since the glory, glory days of the 1960s and who are reveling in the team's new found success under Argentine manager Mauricio Pochettino and the exploits of Harry Kane and Dele Alli.
With forewords by Spurs legends Glenn Hoddle and Steve Perryman MBE, the contents have been updated to include Spurs sensational 2015/16 Premier League season in which they qualified for the Champions League.
Fleet Street legend Harry Harris, who has written some 80 best-selling football books, gives a fan's eye view of life as a Spurs supporter for nearly 60 years with unique insights into the players, managers and personalities who have shaped the club's history. Harry has wielded great influence within White Hart Lane and has advised and influenced many Spurs chairmen including Sir Alan Sugar and Irving Scholar.
The book concludes with a vote for the Greatest Spurs XI of all time with the players being selected by the likes of Hoddle, Garth Crooks, Teddy Sherringham, Gary Mabbutt, Graham Roberts, Paul ‘Maxi” Miller, Micky Hazard, David Howells, Paul Walsh, Gerry Armstrong, Gary Stevens, Steve Hodge, John Motson, Paul Trevellion, Richard Littlejohn and Mike Collett as well as the club historian John Fennelly.