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AuthorMartin Lipton
LanguageEnglish
PublisherOrion Publishing Co
Publication Date23 August 2018
Book DescriptionA complete history of White Hart Lane, the home of Tottenham Hotspur from 1899 to 2017 and the setting for some of their greatest successes. For a football supporter, a real fan, there is nothing more evocative than the journey to their home ground, a place where they have experienced the highs and lows that the game brings - delight, despair, hope, pain and, occasionally, pure joy. But while those stadiums seem permanent, they are not. In May 2017, White Hart Lane, the backdrop to more than a century of Spurs history, staged its final game. With the active support and endorsement of the club, who have granted him exclusive access to senior figures and historical documents, Martin Lipton pays fitting tribute to the glory days at the Lane. He has talked to, among others, Jimmy Greaves, Martin Chivers, Pat Jennings, Glenn Hoddle, Ossie Ardiles, Chris Waddle, Teddy Sheringham, Jurgen Klinsmann, David Ginola, Gareth Bale and Harry Kane. And he has also interviewed fans, support staff, managers and board members in order to provide the complete and definitive story of White Hart Lane.
Editorial ReviewFantastic detail from Martin. Some of the things that happened i'm aware of but others not. Terrific read. -- Shane Reid * TOTTENHAM ARMY *
About the AuthorMartin Lipton has had a 25--year-career as a journalist including being Chief Football Writer for the Press Association, Daily Mail and Daily Mirror, covering England at five World Cups and four European Championships plus reporting at Wimbledon, the Ryder Cup, Test and World Cup cricket and two Olympic Games. A graduate of Oxford University, he has also been an active Spurs supporter since attending his first game in 1972. He is now the Deputy Head of Sport at The Sun.
Number of Pages416