New Releases & Bestsellers: May 2024

As the football season heats up, so does the world of football literature. 

This month, a thrilling line-up of new releases and bestselling football books hits the shelves, offering fans a chance to delve deeper into the beautiful game. 

From riveting biographies of legendary players and insightful analyses by renowned pundits to inspiring tales of triumph and resilience, these books capture the essence of football’s enduring appeal. 

So now that the season draws to a close, why not immerse yourself in one of these bestsellers?

UEFA EURO 2024: The Official Book

UEFA EURO 2024: The Official Book

Paperback by Keir Radnedge

The 17th Uefa European Championship will take place in Germany from June to July 2024, with 24 teams competing for the biggest prize in the European game. This official book includes a comprehensive analysis of each national team and its chances of success, a detailed look at the players expected to grab the headlines, and much more.

Jürgen Said to Me: Jürgen Klopp, Liverpool and the Remaking of a City

Jürgen Said to Me: Jürgen Klopp, Liverpool and the Remaking of a City 

Paperback by Dan Morgan

Jürgen Said to Me charts Jürgen Klopp’s impact on Liverpool through the author’s voice and those at the heart of his story. In October 2015, Klopp took the helm at Liverpool, but little was known about his personality beyond his obvious energy and charisma. He entered a city steeped in personality, history, and trauma—people demand more than a mere coach to lead their club…

Pat Nevin: Football And How To Survive It

Pat Nevin: Football And How To Survive It

Paperback by Pay Nevin

The good news for those who loved The Accidental Footballer – this new book is even better.

“Normally, biographies of football players can be very wishy-washy, but this was the total opposite. It’s a very good and open book, especially regarding his time at Motherwell. Definitely a book to recommend for a football fan.” Tracy Collier

Micah Richards: The Game. Player. Pundit. Fan

Micah Richards The Game: Player. Pundit. Fan.

Paperback by Micah Richards

The game isn’t what it seems from the outside. The game isn’t quite what I was expecting. The game doesn’t always work like the people on television think it does. The game is better, worse, and stranger than you can imagine, and that comes from someone who saw it all with their own eyes.

Kammy: The Funny and Moving Autobiography of the Broadcasting Legend

Kammy: The Funny and Moving Autobiography of the Broadcasting Legend

Paperback by Chris Kamara

‘Everyone loves Kammy. Full of humour and endless blunders’ – The Times

Presenter, commentator, (sometimes masked) singer, footballer, manager and campaigner, Kammy has done it all. His irrepressible enthusiasm – and a couple of legendary gaffes on Sky Sports – have seen him become broadcasting royalty.

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