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    Our Black Friday deal is here! Get all our titles for the year for just £100 - that's over half price! (RRP £212.92).

     

    You'll Never Walk - RRP £9.99

    When Andy Grant’s eyes blinked open from a 10-day coma in February 2009 he was alone in a hospital bed in Birmingham. He had a broken sternum, a broken leg, a broken elbow and shrapnel lodged in both forearms. He had a severed femoral artery, nerve damage to his hands and feet as well as deep gaping wounds in both of his cheeks. He had been blown up during a routine foot patrol in Afghanistan. Within days of coming to his senses, a doctor told Andy that because of the blast he would no longer be able to have children. 


    You’ll Never Walk is his story.

     

    Here We Go - RRP £9.99

    FULLY UPDATED WITH AN EXTRA CHAPTER ON PAUL BRACEWELL. 

    In Here We Go, Simon Hart interviews some of the Blues’ best-loved players from that era – along with the most controversial and the unsung heroes too – to provide a vivid, colourful portrait of a period when a group of unheralded young footballers came together to achieve something special with a rare, intoxicating mix of raw talent and team spirit. 

     

    Blue Dragon - RRP £18.99

    Initially brought to life as a crowdfunding project and published as a limited edition of 1000 books, Blue Dragon is the definitive study of Roy Vernon, one of British Football's forgotten heroes. 

     

    Rovers Revolution - RRP £18.99

    25 years on from winning the Premier League, lifelong fan John Duerden examines Blackburn’s triumph and how it changed English football forever. Rovers may not have stayed at the top of English football for long, but their legacy remains.

    In Rovers Revolution, Duerden also reflects on the impact of that success on Blackburn as a club and as a town. He dissects in detail the seasons and events that led up to that point and the events that made sure it would never happen again.

     

    Ticket to the Moon - RRP £12.99

    Aston Villa’s 1982 European Cup win in many ways was the most romantic in football history. And yet, set against the backdrop of English dominance in the competition it is widely a forgotten achievement. By taking readers inside the boardroom, revealing through minutes who said what to whom at key meetings, Sydenham paints a vivid portrayal that covers more than 20-years of turbulent Midland football history.

     

    Numero 6 - RRP £14.99

    Numero 6 relives an unforgettable and historic year for Liverpool Football Club. A year of inexorable hope, unprecedented success and European adventure; where domestic disappointment was swiftly followed by incredible, dramatic triumphs on the highest club stage of them all - the Champions League.

     

    Keeper of Faith - RRP £12.99

    At the start of April 2004, Tatenda Taibu was announced as captain of the Zimbabwe cricket team after the resignation of Heath Streak. Aged just twenty, he had become the youngest Test skipper in history and the first black player to captain Zimbabwe in the sport. Just over a year later he was exiled in Bangladesh, on the run from a cricket board that tried to threaten him into silence. Keeper of Faith is his story. 

     

    Chaos is a Friend of Mine - RRP £14.99

    What is McGregor? A wonderful rags-to-riches tale? Dedicated athlete? Cultural phenomenon? Troubled soul? Out-of-control kid? Confused young man? Narcissist? Arrogant thug? Sporting icon? McGregor is any and all but, crucially, more than most sporting stars, he is also a mirror of society. In Chaos is a Friend of Mine, MacKenna takes in both Las Vegas in 2018 and Dublin in 2019 in order to examine McGregor’s journey, from his upbringing in the Irish capital, to his early days as a wide-eyed, prodigiously talented martial arts obsessive, to his recent antics outside the ring which have seem him grow bigger than the sport itself but spiral out of control.

     

    Up Front - RRP £20

    Clive Allen was born in London in 1961 into a family of footballers. An England international, he won the Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year and Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year in 1987 after a remarkable season in which he scored 49 goals for Spurs. Clive also had spells at QPR, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Bordeaux, Manchester City, Chelsea, West Ham, Millwall and Carlisle.

     

    The Singing Winger - RRP £20

    Known as ‘The Singing Winger’ for his ability both out wide on a football field and centre stage at a concert hall, Colin Grainger had the privilege of sharing a changing room with Duncan Edwards and Stanley Matthews and a bill with the Beatles.

     

    There She Goes - RRP £20

    Liverpool was once one of the greatest cities in the British empire but it no longer feels like it is in England, if it ever did. It had retreated as a significant port after the Second World War and by 1979, it was already on the brink. What it needed was support but instead, a Conservative Party with aggressive new ideas allowed it to slide. Thirty years after the Toxteth Riots, classified government papers revealed that the prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, was urged to abandon the city and embark on a programme of 'managed decline'. Why did Liverpool’s fortunes change so dramatically? Why did it fight back when other cities did not? This is the untold story of what it was like for Liverpool’s people and how the period defines who they are.

     

    Big Friendly German - RRP £20

    In a seven-year career with the Gunners the ‘Big Friendly German’ won three FA Cup crowns and played European football every season, retiring in the same summer as Arsène Wenger drew the curtain on his iconic affiliation with the club. Now in charge of the academy, Mertesacker is looking to instil values of responsibility and hard work in the next generation, the same values that allowed him a 15-year career at the top of the game. 

     

    Money Can't Buy Us Love - RRP £20

    The book provides a forensic character study of both Catterick and Moores, and also delves into the archives to provide a definitive account of the incidents that rocked the club in a fruitful but turbulent decade, including allegations of doping in the 1962/63 campaign, the 1964 match-fixing scandal which signalled the end of Tony Kay's career and the shock sale of Alan Ball.  

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