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The Duellists

Daniel Taylor of The Guardian writes on the current rivalry between Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola in Manchester, and references a tale from The Duellists to illustrate how once upon a time they were allies. 

Green Shoots

Michael Walker on Martin and Michael O'Neill ahead of the World Cup play-offs this week in The Guardian, and how their thoughtful approaches follow a certain tradition in Irish football.  

Faith of Our Families

James Corbett, Jack Gordon Brown and Phil Ross chatted to Paul Salt of BBC Radio Merseyside about their new book Faith of Our Families.

They also appeared on the Everton podcast The Blue Room to discuss the book. 


There to be Shot At

Tony Coton attended City Square Live with fellow ex-stopper Shay Given before the Arsenal game on Sunday. 

The Red Journey

Read Liverpool ran an extract of The Red Journey by Mark Platt, focusing on Liverpool's miserly defence in the 1978/79 season. 

Supersub

David Fairclough chatted to the 42.ie about the competitiveness at Liverpool during their golden era. 

Meanwhile, Newstalk released the second part of their interview with David. 

On the Brink

When Saturday Comes had only nice things to say about Simon Hughes' latest book, On the Brink. 

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On the BrinkThe Guardian ran an extract of On the Brink, with Mayor Joe Anderson explaining the council's role in Everton's new stadium. The Liverpool Echo ran quotes from Simon's interview with Jurgen Klopp, including a German perspective on Brexit. Extract from the excellent 'On the Brink' by @Simon_Hughes__ as Klopp talks Brexit and life in Liverpool #LFC https://t.co/byay8oXTZM— [...]

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From Delhi to the DenBBC World Service were joined by Stephen Constantine. Stephen also joined Nihal Arthanayake on BBC Asian Network’s Big Debate.'Constantine deserves credit for providing a very human insight into the game of musical chairs that is football management' - The Football Pink review of From Delhi to the Den. Stephen talked to Gulf News about India’s rise through the rankings.Russian Winters'I [...]

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The Redmen of Liverpool FCWriting on the Football Cartophilic Info Exchange website, Alan Jenkins calls The Redmen of Liverpool FC 'a superb book that will set the standard for anyone wishing to compile similar works on their own club’s cigarette cards.'Dave Prentice of The Liverpool Echo described George's work as 'a colourful and stylish collection of every single Liverpool footballer ever to [...]

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61 Minutes in Munich'Howard comes out of this as a true role model' Chris Allen reviews 61 Minutes in Munich on Views from Nowhere. The Prince of Centre-Halves"Llyfr am arwr a gafodd ei anghofio gan lawer, ond llyfr dylai pob cefnogwr Everton, Pwllheli a Bangor, ac ar draws y gogledd a Chymru gyfan ei ddarllen." - BBC Radio Cymru on Rob Sawyer's new book; [...]

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The RedmenGeorge Rowlands talks to BBC Radio Merseyside about Liverpool FC and his new book.Rafa’s WayThe Daily Mail have published Martin Hardy's interview with Rafa Benitez from Rafa's Way. Rafa Benitez interview: 'Can Newcastle win the title?... Why not?' https://t.co/BtmXzmMa1Q via @MailSport— Martin Hardy (@mhardysport) June 8, 2017 Martin also spoke to the News Guardian about his new book. 61 Minutes in MunichAlice Mason [...]

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From Delhi to the DenStephen Constantine talks to The Times of India about his new book and what he thinks Indian football needs going forward.Rafa’s WayMartin Hardy talked to the True Faith NUFC podcast about his new book, Rafa’s Way.The Redmen of Liverpool FCLiverpool FC magazine covered the event at Waterstones in Liverpool One. 

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Q&A with George Rowlands, author of 'The Redmen: The Tobacco Years'

George Rowlands was born in 1938 in Bootle. He spent his early years playing on World War Two bomb sites and later, sneaking into Anfield after half-time. As a young boy he would also collect Liverpool cigarette cards, but was only when he returned to the city in the 1960s, after living in California, that [...]

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The publishing process: An interview with deCoubertin founder James Corbett

James Corbett is a sports correspondent and award-winning author who writes about football for publications including The Blizzard, FourFourTwo, World Soccer and contributes to the BBC World Service’s World Football programme. He worked with Neville Southall and Howard Kendall on their autobiographies and his Everton Encyclopedia was published to acclaim in autumn 2012.In 2009 James [...]

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61 Minutes in Munich"Written in conjunction with author Simon Hughes, 61 Minutes In Munich is a candid diary in which Gayle admits his shortcomings and failures, but never wavers from his core principles." When Saturday Comes reviewed Howard Gayle’s new autobiography.Howard Gayle chats to CNN about his fight against social injustice - which he documents in his book - as [...]

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