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The Damned United

Paperback
Published 2007
By David Peace

“I am not usually one for reading fiction books about sport. This is about the only one I have ever enjoyed. However, this is a very good book and you can almost hear Clough speaking the words to you. Very well researched by the author. I wouldn’t think he is very far out in what happened at Leeds United and Derby County at the time.

“Today, in the monied world of football. no team would put up with someone like Clough. But back in the 1960s and 1970s he reminded players it was the supporters who paid their wages and they had a duty to perform to a certain standard and if they didn’t they were out. This is a story from a bygone age.”

JohHar (verified review)

The King Takes Over: Liverpool and the Dalglish Years 1985-1991

Hardcover
By Shareef Abdallah

This is a fast-paced account of a time when the Reds were the best team in the land.

And, how Liverpool’s greatest ever player became an amazing manager too.

Thierry Henry: Lonely at the Top​

Thierry Henry: Lonely at the Top

Paperback
By Philippe Auclair

Undoubtedly one of the greatest footballers to ever play the game, Thierry Henry struggled when his star began to wane…

The Roar of the Lionesses: Women’s Football in England

The Roar of the Lionesses: Women’s Football in England

Paperback
By Carrie Dunne

Can the smaller, lower-profile teams ever compete with the big bucks and big names of the Women’s Super League? 

Can the women win a World Cup before the men do?

The Pride of the Lionesses: The Changing Face of Women’s Football in England

The Pride of the Lionesses: The Changing Face of Women’s Football in England

Paperback
By Carrie Dunne

The Pride of the Lionesses is a timely inside analysis of the UK’s fastest-growing sport…

The History of Women’s Football​

The History of Women’s Football

Hardcover
By Jean Williams

A complete history of women’s football, from its Victorian games beginning in 1881, to the plans for England to host the Euro Finals in England 2022…

The Mixer: The Story of Premier League Tactics, From Route One to False Nines

The Mixer: The Story of Premier League Tactics, From Route One to False Nines

Paperback
By Michael Cox

In 1992 English football was stuck in the dark ages, emerging from a five-year ban from European competition. 

The game was physical, bruising and based on strength over speed, aggression over finesse…

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