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Tall Tales and Hoary Stories from Rugby's Real Heroes
by Stewart McKinney
<p><em>Voices from the Back of the Bus</em> provides a rare behind-the-scenes look at international rugby at the height of a golden period. Recounted with genuine warmth and much humour, over a hundred players recall the scrapes, the games, the ...eBook
by Stephen Walsh
<p>This revised and updated edition of <em>Voices of the Old Firm</em> tells the story of Rangers and Celtic in the words of those who can say 'I was there'. By interviewing players, managers but above all supporters of the two great clubs, ...eBook
Steps to Success
by Rebecca Schmidt
<p>Take to the court with confidence and dominate the competition. <em>Volleyball: Steps to Success</em> provides comprehensive instruction in a unique progressive format that will have you digging, blocking, and racking up the kills in no ...eBook
by Joel Dearing
<p>Learning to play volleyball has never been more effective—or more fun—than with <em>Volleyball Fundamentals, Second Edition</em>. Parents, coaches, and instructors of volleyball skill courses will immediately benefit from the solid ...eBook
by Norman Von;Robertson, Ben Nida
If he were alive this year, Australian golfing legend Norman von Nida would have celebrated his 100th birthday on St Valentine's Day. Sadly, Queensland lost one of its favourite sporting sons several years ago, aged 93, when he died peacefully ...
In the Steps of a Legend
by Anthony Meredith
<p>The achievements of the great Victorian cricketer continue to fascinate. Even a hundred years after his death he is still widely written about, not least because his highly combative style of play has such modern resonances. W.G. Grace: In ...eBook
by Ian MacLeay
<p>Wayne Rooney, England's record goal scorer, is one of the most feared and respected strikers to have graced the Premier League in the last decade. He is certainly its most famous icon, appearing on the front pages of the newspapers nearly as ...eBook
The Real Story of Brian Clough at Leeds United
by Phil Rostron
<p>Brian Clough's forty-four-day tenure as manager of Leeds United in 1974 is one of the most infamous episodes in British football history.</p> <p>While the bestselling <em>The Damned United</em> was a fictional account of Clough's short-livedeBook
In Search of the Real Turkish Football
by John McManus
Over 200 sport facts
by Alf Alderson
<DIV>Whether you're a football fan, a tennis aficionado, a keen golfer or a basketball nut you'll love this top collection of facts – the must-have miscellany for any sports fan.<BR /><BR /> Featuring obscure, unbelievable, ...
25 Years of the Wisden Chronicle
It's normal for rain to stop play in cricket. But that's not all- flying objects, passing dictators, animals of all kinds including a very improbable tiger they have all had the same effect. But even when the game keeps going, cricket is a ...
25 Years of the Wisden Chronicle
by Nick Newman
<p>It's normal for rain to stop play in cricket. But that's not all: flying objects, passing dictators, animals of all kinds including a very improbable tiger – they have all had the same effect. But even when the game keeps going, cricket is a ...eBook
The Mysteries of Rugby Explained
by John Griffiths
<p>The laws of the game are made simple - for players, referees, coaches and spectators. This is a book packed full of useful information and advice on how the modern game is played and how it all began. Now all players, novice referees and ...eBook
by Barney Ronay
The summer of 2018: England sweltered in the most sustained heatwave for 42 years, the government tore itself apart over deals and no deals, and hundreds of miles away, in a taciturn and strange state, the national football team did the ...
by Daniel Brettig
Watching Warne, McGrath and Langer leave the field for the last time after the 2007 Ashes whitewash, Michael Hussey knew that life was going to get tough for the Australian cricket side. With these stars retiring and more to follow, he wondered
Behind the scenes of elite cricket
by Mike Hussey & David Sygall
<p><i>Winning Edge</i> takes you inside the dressing room, onto the field and into the mind of one of Australia’s best elite cricketers, <b>Mike Hussey</b>.</p><p>In this behind-the-scenes look into the world of first-class cricket, Hussey ...eBook
The Caddies' Stories
by Norman Dabell
<p>Ernie Els' dramatic victory at Muirfield 2002 made it one of the most memorable British Open competitions in years and served to reaffirm how gloriously entertaining the annual quest for the coveted Auld Claret Jug is. 2000 Open winner Tiger ...eBook
by Jon Surtees
<p>The Oval in Kennington, south London – with its instantly recognisable gasholders – is one of sport's most iconic and popular venues. It has played host to an array of blue-ribbon sporting events over the years, including the FA Cup final andeBook
by Lawrence Booth
*Standard hardback edition*<br>The most famous sports book in the world, <i>Wisden Cricketers' Almanack</i> has been published every year since 1864. Home to some of the finest sports writing of the year - from the likes of Lawrence Booth, ...
*Standard format paperback*<br><b>The 156th edition of the most famous sports book in the world--published every year since 1864--contains some of the finest sports writing of the year and covers every first-class game in every cricket nation, ...