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Whose Game Is It Anyway?: Football, Life, Love & Loss

Calvin, Michael
Drawn from Calvin's experience as an award-winning sportswriter covering every major sports event over 40 years in more than 80 countries, this deeply personal book takes you on a tour of the world's greatest sporting occasions. Part memoir, part manifesto, this is sport as you've never seen it before.

Even Heskey Scored

Heskey, Emile
The revealing autobiography of former footballer Emile Heskey. One of Leicester's favourite sons, he moved on from City to Liverpool in an GBP11 million deal, winning a total of eight trophies and over 60 England caps. Even Heskey Scored is the story of a largely unsung player, loved by his team-mates, who overcame fierce criticism to live the dre

Flares Up: A Story Bigger Than the Atlantic

McAnally, Niamh
What would drive two middle-aged men to get into a wooden boat and row across an ocean? Paul Hopkins and Phil Pugh did just that over 70 gruelling days as part of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2019 in their boat Dream It, Do It. Flares Up is the inspirational true story of their voyage, a tale of endurance and determination.

New York Fight Nights: A Century of Iconic Big Apple Bouts

Myler, Tom
No city in the world is more associated with world championship boxing than New York. So take a ringside seat on the city's biggest ever fight nights. Join the roaring crowds at iconic venues including Madison Square Garden, the Yankee Stadium, the Polo Grounds and the Long Island Bowl - in the company of boxing historian Thomas Myler.

Euro Summits: The Story of the UEFA European Championships 1960 to 2021

O'Brien, Jonathan
Irish author. Until now, the UEFA European Championship has never had the full-length history it deserves. Euro Summits changes all that: a sprawling, detailed and hugely readable account of the world's second-biggest footballing event. From Netzer to Nedved, Panenka to Platini, Rooney to Ronaldo, this is the ultimate story of European football's blue riband.

Where Have All the Irish Gone?: The Sad Demise of Ireland's Once Relevant Footballers

O'Neill, Kevin
Where Have All the Irish Gone? tells the story of the dramatic decline of Ireland's footballers in England. It's the ultimate riches-to-rags affair, investigating how Irish players have become so irrelevant at the top English clubs - and asking whether they can ever again compete and conquer in the Premier League.


Pallister, Gary
When Gary Pallister was in his 1990s pomp, there was no finer central defender in the British game. In 1992, he was voted Player of the Year by his fellow footballers the length and breadth of the country. This book tells his story, detailing the many triumphs, a few trials and tribulations and one or two hair-raising clashes.

Scoring Goals in the Dark

Shine, Clare
As a young footballer, Clare Shine appeared to have it all. She won her first international call-up at age 13, and by 15 was part of the Republic of Ireland Women's under-17 squad.