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Revolution: Ange Postecoglou: The Man, The Methods and The Mastery

By John Greechan

Ange Postecoglou has clearly made a favourable impression on the Tottenham Hotspur faithful since arriving in north London from Celtic.

He revels in his status as an outsider. And his warm and straight-talking demeanour has endeared to football fans – of all clubs – across the country.

Revolution charts the incredible story of Postecoglou’s impact on British football with Celtic and explores his life and times in football, through the eyes of those who know him best…

Answered Prayers

Answered Prayers: England and the 1966 World Cup​

By Duncan Hamilton

England. 1966. The World Cup.

As an eight-year-old boy, Duncan Hamilton watched England beat West Germany in the 1966 World Cup final.

Here he discusses the fact the 4-2 victory wasn’t the beginning of greatness, but actually a steady decline…

Arséne Wenger: My Life in Red & White

My Life in Red and White​

Hardcover Comic
By Arsene Wenger

A world-class and innovative manager, here Arsene Wenger discusses his life and career, in his own words.

Ally McCoist — Rangers Legend

Ally McCoist - Rangers Legend​

By Aird

At just 16 McCoist signed his first professional contract with St Johnstone and After two years of mixed fortunes at Sunderland, he returned to Scotland.

He then signed for his boyhood heroes Rangers…

Alan Brazil: Only Here for a Visit

Only Here for a Visit: A Life Lived to the Full – From Sporting Glories to Wild Stories

By Alan Brazil

‘The only book that will give you a hangover’ – Chris Evans
Breakfast Show

The hilarious, no holds barred autobiography from sporting legend and broadcaster Alan Brazil…

Alex Scott: How not to be Strong

How (Not) To Be Strong​

By Alex Scott


From the football cages of East London to broadcasting to millions, Alex Scott has enjoyed a remarkable journey…

A Woman’s Game: The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Women’s Football​

A Woman’s Game: The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Women’s Football​

By Suzanne Wrack

‘A truly important book.’ MEGAN RAPINOE

This is the amazing history of women’s football, from the game’s first appearance in England, to the incredible teams that drew 50,000+ spectators to Goodison Park, through to its 50-year ban in the UK.

Following women’s football rise in recent years, this book considers the next chapter of this story might be.

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