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  • Making the Runningby Ian Balding

    Headline 2014; US$ 12.99

    The image of the Derby winner with his leg in plaster was broadcast around the world. Alongside Mill Reef stood a baby-faced man who had won the Arc, the King George, the Eclipse, and now the Derby. He trained for the Queen and Queen Mother; and Lester Piggott, Willie Carson and Frankie Dettori all rode for him, but where had he come from and how... more...

  • Gazza: My Storyby Paul Gascoigne

    Headline 2014; US$ 15.99

    The autobiography of Paul Gascoigne. Almost as soon as Gazza burst on to the scene at Newcastle United, the young Geordie was the centre of attention: Vinnie Jones's notorious ball-handling showed the lengths people would go to try to stop him. Then, with England on the verge of possibly reaching the World Cup final in 1990, came Gazza's tears... more...

  • You Can't Make This Upby Al Michaels; L. Jon Wertheim

    HarperCollins 2014; US$ 12.74

    In this highly entertaining and insightful memoir, one of television?s most respected broadcasters interweaves the story of his life and career with lively firsthand tales of some of the most thrilling events and fascinating figures in modern sports. No sportscaster has covered more major sporting events than Al Michaels. Over the course of his forty-plus... more...

  • The Quiet Assassinby Davie Hay; Alex Gordon

    Black & White Publishing 2009; US$ 2.90

    Davie Hay is a true Celtic legend. He was known as The Quiet Assassin in his playing days - a nickname given to him by Scotland manager Tommy Docherty - and he was one of the most ferocious competitors in the game. Now he has decided to talk about his truly remarkable career and reveal some secrets that will undoubtedly startle football supporters... more...

  • DJby Derek Johnstone; Darrell King; Ally McCoist

    Black & White Publishing 2007; US$ 2.90

    When Derek Johnstone scored the winning goal for Rangers in the 1970 League Cup Final against Celtic at just sixteen years of age, he became an overnight sensation. It was an incredible start to an incredible career and the first of his 210 goals for the club. And from that moment on, DJ never looked back. In DJ - The Derek Johnstone Story, he now... more...

  • Seeing Redby Chic Charnley; Alex Gordon

    Black & White Publishing 2009; US$ 2.17

    Chic Charnley is one of the most controversial, colourful characters in Scottish football history. Blessed with awesome talent, incredible ability and spectacular skills, he's the player who could - and should - have been one of the biggest names in sport. But, by his own admission, he blew it. Here he tells all in the most revealing, unputdownable... more...

  • The Lisbon Lionsby Alex Gordon

    Black & White Publishing 2007; US$ 2.90

    In Lisbon, on 25 May 1967 footballing history was made when Celtic became the first British team to win the European Cup. Against all the odds, the Scottish side had beaten the might of Inter Milan 2-1. Remarkably, in the forty years since that amazing achievement, the Lions' thoughts about that special time have never been brought together in one... more...

  • What's It All About Ralphie?by Ralph Milne; Gary Robertson

    Black & White Publishing 2010; US$ 2.90

    Ralph Milne was born in Dundee and lived out many a young footballer's dream. On leaving school he signed for Dundee United and gradually forced his way into a team full of great players. With electrifying pace and exceptional talent he quickly established himself as a fans' favourite, producing some dazzling performances at home and on the highest... more...

  • Playing to Winby Saina Nehwal

    Penguin Books Ltd 2012; Not Available

    ?. . . being a player from India defines who I am. When I play, it?s for my parents, my coach, and my country.? Meet Saina Nehwal?India?s star badminton player and World Number 4, Padma Shri and Khel Ratna awardee, the girl who brought laurels to India by winning an Olympic medal at the age of twenty-two. In this fascinating memoir, she talks about... more...

  • On Pietersenby Simon Wilde

    Simon & Schuster UK 2014; US$ 13.99

    Wherever he has gone, there seem to have been fallings out. Pietersen left South Africa to take his chance in England, he moved counties twice, and soon after becoming England captain was caught up in a dispute that led to both him and the England coach losing their jobs. In the summer of 2012, there was a row over texts sent to the opposition, and... more...