Hunter Davies is a journalist, broadcaster and profilic author perhaps best known for writing about the Beatles. He is an ardent Tottenham fan and writes a regular column on football for the New Statesman.

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30 October 2000
And so back to London, heart of the empire, heart of the matter, after five months in the provinces, living as a...
23 October 2000
I finally sent off the form. They were driving me mad, ringing all day, contacting the children, doorstepping the staff...
16 October 2000
I was so looking forward to Saturday. I got such a lot of work done in the morning, knowing the treat I was going to...
09 October 2000
That's it then. No more football books. Done, got the signed jockstrap. My portfolio is now complete. I created this...
02 October 2000
There's a new thing on Sky Digital this season that is quite interesting. Don't worry if you haven't got Sky or Digital...
25 September 2000
My wife is still moping around, disappointed that Mark Richardson is not in the Olympics, whoever he is. She has a...
18 September 2000
What does it all mean? Not life, politics, the universe and all those piddling mysteries. Or even the middling...
11 September 2000
Welcome to the new season. Well spotted. It began four weeks ago. You could argue that there's been no new season. If...
03 July 2000
So what did you think of it? England's ignominious exit? I thought the lads played a blinder, incisive, direct, no...
26 June 2000
One of the many pleasures of Euro 2000, and there still are some, despite England limping pathetically out, is...
19 June 2000
If England do get stuffed by Germany on Saturday evening, then please do not despair, please do not adjust your set,...
12 June 2000
I got married on 11 June 1960: what a mistake. Getting married, dearie me no, that was certainly not a mistake. But the...
22 May 2000
FIFA has agreed that a change in the rules about free kicks can be tried next season, just to see how it works. It will...
15 May 2000
It's that time of the year, sports pickers, when we award the annual awards for whatever stuff we are going to award...
08 May 2000
Imagine a boy called Darren. He is a brilliant 16-year-old footballer. He's still at school, but now has no interest,...

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