Tottenham Hotspur legend visits Welwyn Garden City bookstore
A SPORTING legend visited Times Territory this weekend, to meet fans and sign copies of his new autobiography.
Former Tottenham striker Martin Chivers, who is the club’s third all-time leading goalscorer, came to the Howard Centre in WGC, to sign copies of his book Big Chiv: My Goals in Life at Maher The Bookseller.
Over 100 people turned out on Saturday to meet the star, who scored 202 goals for Spurs during the 60s and 70s, including the winner in the 1971 League Cup Final and a double in the 1972 UEFA Cup Final victory.
Tony Maher, owner of the bookstore, said: “It was a real success with well over 100 people attending.”
Celebrities continue to pour through the doors of Maher.
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Next month sees the visit of Stavros Flatley, aka father and son dance act Demetrios and Lagi Demetriou, who reached the final of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent competition with their unique take on traditional Greek dance.
The pair will be at the store on Saturday, December 12, between 11am and noon to sign copies of their book How To Be (a Little Bit) Greek.
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