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Tommy Doc
Tommy Doc David Tossell
Examines the life behind the one-liners of Tommy Docherty, football’s comic king
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Twice Bitten
Twice Bitten George Willis
An unbiased look at one of the most famous events in boxing history, featuring two of the world's fiercest sporting rivals
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Wayne Barker: Born to Fight
Wayne Barker: Born to Fight Bernard O'Mahoney
The eventful memoirs of a bare-knuckle boxer, recounting his numerous brushes with the law
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Nicholas Bishop, Alun Carter
The eventful journey of Pontypool Rugby FC, by the award-winning authors of Seeing Red
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Celtic: Pride and Passion
Celtic: Pride and Passion Jim Craig, Pat Woods
A colourful, eventful and quirky look at the history of Celtic FC, with a narrative that’s as much a human story as a footballing one
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Red Machine
Red Machine Simon Hughes
Opens the door to both the dressing-room and the boot room at Anfield during the 1980s to reveal a wealth of untold stories from the era
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Broke Through Britain
Broke Through Britain Peter Mortimer
One man's penniless odyssey across Britain.
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In Search of Tiger Tom Callahan
'Nobody now writing about sport brings more substantial gifts to that strange line of work than Tom Callahan...IN SEARCH OF TIGER reinforces that conviction' - Hugh McIlvanney, Sunday Times.
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Rebels for the Cause
Rebels for the Cause Jon Spurling
Special revised and updated ebook edition
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Up and Over Dave Hadfield
In the summer of 2003, Dave Hadfield, perhaps Britain's best-known writer on rugby league, set out on a 200-mile walk from Hull to Widnes, taking him through the heartlands of the game he loves. In the course of his meander, places he thought he knew already were revealed in a different light: from the Humber to the Mersey, he made fresh discoveries about the sport in which he has immersed himself and the landscape in which it has struggled and thrived.
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Scotland H Henniker, Harry Henniker
Unveiled in the year 2000,the National Cycle Network currently provides more than 7,000 miles of cycling routes throughout Britain, with the figure expect to rise to 10,000 miles by 2005. Harry Henniker's book covering the Scottish part of the National Cycle Network is the essential guide to the many routes to be explored. Integrated in colour throughout with clear, user-friendly maps and route trajectories, it provides cyclists with invaluable advice on what to take on particular rides, the best places to stay and the sights that must be seen.
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Every Single Ball
Every Single Ball Brian Corcoran, Kieran Shannon
Quite simply, EVERY SINGLE BALL is the story of one of Ireland’s greatest sporting comebacks, sportsmen and sports teams.
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Black Farce and Cue Ball Wizards
Black Farce and Cue Ball Wizards Clive Everton
The controversial inside story of the ups and downs of snooker by expert Clive Everton, who has edited Snooker Scene magazine since 1971
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The Zen of Naka
The Zen of Naka Martin Greig
An intimate portrait of the Japanese midfielder that explores his life and career so far
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In Search of Duncan Ferguson
In Search of Duncan Ferguson Alan Pattullo
The first-ever biography of one of British football's most intriguing figures
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