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Club Historian

21 October 2015|Tottenham Hotspur

John Fennelly, who watched his first Spurs game at White Hart Lane in 1966, has been named as the Club’s new Historian.

Brought up near the Club’s old training ground at Cheshunt, John has worked as our Head of Publications for many years having joined the club as our first Press Officer in 1983.

John commented: “It is impossible to replace Andy Porter who was always recognised as the Spurs oracle. But working with him for 30 years has taught me a lot and I am proud to follow him and to take on such a key role at a club with such a rich heritage.”

John will take a lead role in determining the historical elements for inclusion in both the new stadium and new Club museum.

Click here to read some of John's recent articles on Spurs history.

On John Cameron, the man who put Tottenham Hotspur on the global map.

As the country continues to mark a century since the First World War, we look back on the brief careers of the Spurs players who made the ‘ultimate sacrifice'.

On the legend of Walter Tull.

And gentleman-player  Vivian Woodward.