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  • Letters from Bishopsbourneby Christopher Scoble

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 20.99

    Letters from Bishopsbourne is a collective biography of three of the most distinguished stylists writing in the English language, who lived and died in the small village of Bishopsbourne just south of Canterbury in Kent: Richard Hooker (1554-1600), the theologian whose major work. Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, provided the philosophical underpinning... more...

  • Modern Football is Still Rubbishby Nick Davidson

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 7.99

    Nick Davidson and Shaun Hunt were hoping that their first book Modern Football is Rubbish would put right all the ills of the present day game. But, amazingly the administrators at club and national level took no notice and the putrification of the beautiful game continued. So they are hoping that Modern Football is Still Rubbish will do what the... more...

  • Stan Andersonby Stan Anderson; Mark Metcalf

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 20.99

    Born in the Durham mining village of Horden, Stan Anderson didn't go far from home in a playing career that spanned more than 500 games. He was a midfield player with Sunderland, Newcastle United and Middlesbrough, the north east's big three. And he was the only player to captain them all. Good enough to win two England caps and be a member of the... more...

  • The Victory Testsby Mark Rowe

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 20.99

    One minute before 7pm on Tuesday, May 22, 1945 a packed Lord's roared as Australia beat England in the last over of the first Victory Test. A fortnight after Victory in Europe, the result did not matter -- only the cricket. The five matches between a near full-strength England and Australian servicemen, at least one of whom had just been released... more...

  • The Boys from the Black Countryby Mark Gold

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 11.65

    Wolverhampton Wanderers is one of English football's great clubs. In the 1950s they were the Manchester United of their day, hugely successful and feared by all. They have suffered since like all clubs from smaller cities. They managed a period of renaissance in the seventies before falling into the third tier in the eighties. They are back in thePremier... more...

  • Scouting for Moyesby Les Padfield

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 10.99

    All football clubs have them -- scouts. Men (for they are almost always men) who watch teams to check how they play, who watch players to see how good they are. Even in these high tech days of video analysis and Prozone (a system which tells how far each player has run in a game, how many passes and how successful they were etc.) football clubs could... more...

  • Growing Up With Subbuteoby Mark Adolph

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 7.00

    Mark Adolph was the envy of his schoolmates - he never had any problem getting rare Subbuteo teams because his Dad invented the game and owned the factory that made it.Mark tells the story of Subbuteo from the very early days when his father Peter had thousands of orders but no games with which to supply them.He recounts his father's adventures in... more...

  • Tales from Gwladys Streetby Jonathan Mumford; David Cregeen

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 14.88

    Fans have been having a rough time of it in recent years. Clubs have hiked their admission prices while TV demands have resulted in odd kick-off times which often mean long and difficult journeys. But still they flock to football matches. Tales from the Gwladys Street tells the story of one club, Everton, through the mouths of their fans and players.... more...

  • The 1908 Olympicsby Keith Baker

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 7.00

    The 1908 London Olympics can claim to be the first 'modern' sporting event which pitted nation against nation. There were rows between the British and Americans; a one-man walkover in the 400 metres when the US runners boycotted the event; a dispute over the shoes worn by one of the British tug of war teams and when the American team failed to dip... more...

  • Usain Boltby Steven Downes

    SportsBooks 2011; US$ 7.00

    Despite his false start in the 100 metres in the Daegu which meant he could not defend his title, Usain Bolt is that rarity in the modern world " a man whose fame transcends his nationality, his race and even his sport. From Los Angeles to Beijing, from Kingston to Berlin, the name 'Bolt" resonates immediately even with those with only a passing interest... more...