This week, after his usual review of the Euro 2016 action so far, Norman continues his potted history of Spurs' managers. This week's episode features Peter McWilliam, who led us to FA Cup glory in 1921. There is also some detailed notorious history about Arsenal.......
Spurs Odyssey contributor Norman Giller was there, and in his 101st book – “JULY 30 1966 FOOTBALL’S LONGEST DAY” (ISBN 978-0-9567711-6-2) – he tells how he was at Wembley covering the game, and how he became the only football journalist to find his way into the England dressing room after the game.
My good friend, and regular contributor to Spurs Odyssey, Declan Mulcahy, is an ace spurs statistician, who offers this comparison of our season just ended (2015-16) with the promotion season of 1977-78:-
"There are certain parallels between the 1977-78 promotion season from Division 2 and this season.
In both seasons the team enjoyed success until the last few weeks of the season. Then with glory in sight the wheels fell off and the team ended up staggering over the finishing line. Nothing new there.......
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Spurs Odyssey's Youth match reporter travelled to The Netherlands for the Terborg Tournament which was held on the week-end of 20th - 22nd May, 2016. The Spurs Youth team played three group matches, finishing third, before finally losing to Chelsea in 5th/6th place play-off game.
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