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May 1, 2013 - Top Ten Football Books    Comments Off on Top Ten Football Books: Roger Slater

Top Ten Football Books: Roger Slater

Roger Slater is a long-time fan, former secretary and board member of Wealdstone FC. As a writer he has been involved with three books for the club, History of Wealdstone FC, Off The Bench – A Quarter of a Century of Non-League Management and Behind the Season. In addition, Roger provides material for the Wealdstone […]

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Nov 17, 2012 - Top Ten Football Books    Comments Off on Top Ten Football Books – Dougie Brimson

Top Ten Football Books – Dougie Brimson

Dougie Brimson sums himself up on his website as, “…author, screenwriter, commentator, bloke…” and these four words provide an insight into the talents of the man. Brimson spent 18 years in the Royal Air Force, including action in the Falklands War and first Gulf War, before penning his first book in 1996 with Everywhere We […]

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Aug 18, 2011 - Top Ten Football Books    Comments Off on Top Ten Football Fiction – Anthony Clavane

Top Ten Football Fiction – Anthony Clavane

It was a welcome find this week to discover a Guardian article from Anthony Clavane in which he listed a top ten of football fiction. His selections were as follows: 1. A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines 2. The Damned Utd by David Peace 3. The Unfortunates by BS Johnson 4. The Match […]

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