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Grandad What Was Football Like In The 1970s

Autor: Richard Crooks
Publisher: Pitch Publishing
ISBN: 1785313363
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Grandson Charlie attending a Championship game at Hillsborough prompts Richard Crooks to transport himself back to the 1970s and recall what football was really like for supporters in the 1970s. Crooks provides an engaging and comprehensive narrative on all things football in that decade, and brings out the social context of the time. Reflecting on what it was like getting to a game, the grounds, the crowds, the clubs, the managers, players, referees, reporting the game, growing commercialism, the World Cups, and through to the spectre of the rise of hooliganism and racism. Using written and broadcast material of the time, as well as Crooks's own experiences, Grandad, What Was Football Like in the 1970s? provides a fascinating insight and description of a decade when things really started to change in football - and also sheds light on the oft-asked question, 'Was football better then or in the modern era?'

Wednesday V United

Autor: Richard Crooks
Publisher: Pitch Publishing
ISBN: 9781785314308
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Wednesday v United presents a vivid account of the Steel City's most passionate of football rivalries. It describes each club's highs and lows over their near 130-year rivalry - the great derby games, players and managers. The author's first-hand account of the rivalry brings home the intensity that is the hallmark of the Sheffield divide.

Out Of The Shadows

Autor: Gary Jordan
Publisher: Pitch Publishing
ISBN: 178531372X
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Out of the Shadows: The Story of the 1982 England World Cup Team is a detailed account of how the national side - World Cup winners in 1966 - went through years in the football wilderness, missing two World Cup finals through inglorious failure. The appointment of Ron Greenwood as manager, replacing Don Revie who left unceremoniously in 1977, led to a change of fortune on the field as he restored faith amongst the fans - some of whom were themselves letting down the country off the field. During a tumultuous qualifying campaign that saw the manager resign on a plane journey home, only to be talked into staying by his players, the team rallied around and reached the finals in Spain. The gamble in taking two injured but hugely influential star players, Trevor Brooking and Kevin Keegan, almost paid off after they breezed through the early stages. Ultimately, the lack of firepower proved their undoing, despite a late rolling of the dice. They went out of the tournament unbeaten, but Out of the Shadows.

Data Analytics In Football

Autor: Daniel Memmert
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351210149
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Data Analytics in Football provides students, researchers and coaches with a firm grounding in the principles of modern performance analysis. It offers an insight into the use of positional data, exploring how it can be collected, modelled, analysed and interpreted. Introducing cutting-edge methods, the book challenges long-held assumptions and encourages a new way of thinking about football analysis. Based on data collected from the German Bundesliga and the UEFA Champions League, the book seeks to define the role of positional data in football match analysis by exploring topics such as: What is positional data analysis and how did it emerge from conventional match analysis? How can positional data be collected and which technologies can be used? What are the benefits of a data-driven approach to decision making in football? What Key Performance Indicators based on positional data should be used? How can traditional match analysis be complemented by using positional data and advanced KPIs? How can these new methods evolve in the future? Accessibly written, packed full of examples from elite football and supplemented with expert interviews (Ralf Rangnick, Urs Siegenthaler and others), Data Analytics in Football is a thought-provoking, rigorously evidence-based guide to the use of data analytics in football performance analysis. As such, it is a vital resource for any student, researcher or coach interested in performance analysis and skill acquisition, or anyone interested in football more generally.

Heidi

Autor: Johanna Spyri
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486113779
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Heartwarming tale of a cheerful orphan who transforms the lives of those closest to her when she is sent to live with her hermit-like grandfather high in the Swiss Alps.

Turf Wars

Autor: Steve Tongue
Publisher: Pitch Publishing
ISBN: 1785312480
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Few cities in the world have as many professional football clubs as London and none have the history explored in this book by journalist and broadcaster Steve Tongue. It was in the English capital that the Football Association - the first of its kind anywhere - was founded in 1863 and that the FA Cup, the world's most famous domestic cup competition, was born. After the North and Midlands dominated the first forty-odd years of league football, three clubs in particular - Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea - began to challenge them and eventually succeeded, joining West Ham United as trophy winners not only at home but in Europe. Between those four clubs, and more than a dozen other professional clubs past and present, grew the turf wars that are the bedrock of the great rivalries and derbies across England's most vibrant football city. Turf Wars tells the story of football in the capital.

Exploding School To Pieces Growing Up With Pop Culture In The 1970s

Autor: Mick Deal
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1291793747
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An endearing auto-biographical account of a journey through childhood, experienced through what was arguably the most entertaining decade ever in which to have been a kid in Britain. Mapping his young life out through his love of the popular culture of the day, from the music that he grew up with and absorbed, to the popular TV shows which innocently entertained a generation of kids, the bashful but defiant protagonist reflects upon a tumultuous decade and of an age of innocence long since lost. Through his troubled relationship with a largely uninspiring education system and the schooling customs of his generation (and his ultimate contempt for them) it becomes clear that it is the popular culture of his childhood era which proves to be, among many other things, his education and his window into the world.

Pure Sport

Autor: John Kremer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136219390
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Should you always "think about it"? Are you "only as good as your last game"? Is it just a matter of "keeping your eye on the ball"? The answer to these questions is no, and to help you steer a course through the many challenges of a sporting career this second edition of Pure Sport sets out, in everyday language, the lessons you can take from contemporary sport psychology – helping you recognise what works and what doesn’t when it comes to improving performance. As the title suggests, Pure Sport goes back to basics by highlighting practical concerns for those involved with competitive sport at every age and level – from junior club members to Olympic athletes. Drawing on their considerable experience as both applied sport psychologists and academics, the authors present practical advice and a powerful array of techniques for channelling and harnessing mental skills with the goal of improving sporting performance. Drawing on the international popularity of the first edition, in this fully updated second edition the authors have taken the opportunity to revamp chapters with colour photographs, contemporary examples, and sporting anecdotes, and the book is now even more accessible for those without a formal background in psychology. Pure Sport, Second Edition is essential reading for anyone with an active involvement or interest in sport, it will help students, coaches, teams, and sportsmen and women to sharpen their mental edge and so realise their true potential in sport and through sport.

Football Fever 3

Autor: Tony Bradman
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448119731
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Pep times his move with instinctive perfection. Suddenly, he's back on the ball, and the defenders realize (too late, because they're committed now) that he never really left: it was all an illusion. And then he's over the ball, collecting it with his right instep, to banana it over the heads of both defenders, and way beyond the reach of the late-diving keeper... Football Fever 3 contains ten brand new soccer stories from a team of top authors including Rob Childs, Narinder Dhami and Tony Bradman. As well as Pep, join the rest of the squad - midfielder Andy who has a chance to impress the soccer scouts, if only his father will allow him to play; Dekko, captain of the Hilljoy team, the roughest, toughest team to run out on to a football pitch, striker Jonno, who gets a brilliant idea of how to lift his team from bottom of the league, and many others.

The Agony The Ecstasy

Autor: Richard Foster
Publisher: Ockley Books
ISBN: 1912022281
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Fully revised and updated for 2017 to celebrate 30 years of the Football League Play-Offs, The Agony & The Ecstasy is a comprehensive history from their relatively troubled conception to the current day boom. Born in English football's darkest hour, it has now become home to the richest match in sport. From the exquisite pain of losing to the unadulterated high of success, this is the Agony & the Ecstasy.

The Vision Book Of Football Records 2018

Autor: Clive Batty
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781909534780
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9th edition of this popular, bright and quirky annualfootball records book.Crammed with records, facts, stats and amazing featsfrom the world's greatest game, The Vision Book ofFootball Records 2018 is the perfect Christmas present forfootball fans of all ages.It includes an entry on every English league team andall the Scottish SPL clubs plus the major European andworld clubs from Brasil to Barcelona and an all-star squadof current and former football legends.On top of that there are a whole wealth of fun and quirkyentries which celebrate the more bizarre footie facts andrecords, like the match that was delayed by the antics ofan Eagle Owl, the longest recorded headed goal

Be Iron Fit

Autor: Don Fink
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762762489
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Ever dream of being an elite endurance athlete and competing in races like Hawaii's Ironman? Professional athletes are not the only people who have the ability to attain superior athletic accomplishments. Every season tens of thousands of amateur triathletes compete head-to-head, pushing their physical and mental strength to the absolute limits. The standard Ironman competition is a true test: a 2.4-mile open-water swim, followed by a 112-mile bike leg, and a 26.2-mile marathon run. Sought-after multisport coach, Don Fink assures readers that the challenge is not too difficult, the dream is not impossible. His time-efficient training methods have been honed over the years and have been proved to aid anyone in achieving their athletic dreams. Be Iron-Fit provides practical training information in a step-by-step, enjoyable way so that even everyday athletes can attain ultimate conditioning. Included in this revolutionary guide is information on: - The essential workouts - The training cycle- Core training - 12-week training programs - Effective time management - The principle of gradual adaptation - Effective heart-rate training - Preparing with training races - Proper technique - Equipment tips - Race and pre-race strategies - Mental training - Effective goal setting and race selection- Nutrition - And much more With the proper preparation and training techniques explained here, virtually anyone can attain supreme fitness.

Standing My Ground

Autor: Brendan Cummins
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473527031
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Brendan Cummins has made more senior hurling championship appearances than any other player in the history of the game. In an era that produced such brilliant goalkeeping talents as Davy Fitzgerald, Donal Óg Cusack and Damien Fitzhenry, many would argue that Cummins has earned the right to be considered the greatest of them all. Following his League debut for Tipperary in November 1993, Cummins went on to play at the top of the intercounty game for 19 consecutive seasons. He won two senior All Ireland medals, five Munster championships, four League titles and five All Star awards. From fearless shot-stopping to pinpoint accuracy on his puck-outs, Cummins was unrivalled in the consistency of his performances, a consistency underpinned by a sometimes punishing physical commitment, mental discipline and great attention to detail. He was the rock upon which Tipperary built their team under many managers and changes of personnel. Brendan Cummins' story is the story of Tipperary hurling over the last two decades. The ups and downs. The dramas. The characters. From his senior championship debut in 1995 under Fr. Tom Fogarty to his final games under Eamon O’Shea, Cummins has seen it all. Standing My Ground is a remarkable account of an extraordinary career.

On The Seventh Day

Autor: John Greene
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ISBN: 9781781176528
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In this first of itskind collection, Sunday Independentsports editor John Greene presents a diverse range of articles from the sports desk over the last thirty years which will resonate in the minds of any Irish sports fan. Paul Kimmage's unparalleled coverage of the 2002 World Cup campaign, including his interview with Roy Keane, David Walsh's superb 1995 interview with Aidan O'Brien, a fitting tribute to Jack Nicklaus' final Major appearance by Dermot Gilleece and Marie Crowe's poignant article on the impact of Ryan McBride's death are just some of the remarkable pieces which the reader will find in On the Seventh Day - a book where any article could be regarded as a highlight in its own right. Featured writers includeEamon Dunphy, Joe Brolly, Brendan Fanning, Anthony Cronin, Cliona Foley, Eamonn Sweeney and Mick Doyle, covering GAA, football, rugby, golf, athletics, horse racing and boxing. Together the pieces provide a potted history of some of Ireland's greatest sporting achievements and show how truly great sports writing will never have any difficulty standing the test of time.

Love Hurts

Autor: Jeff Randall
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1780574134
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'A few seconds ago, I wanted to die. Now I know the reality is I just don't want to live. I never have from the moment I started falling, twenty-one and a half years ago. I'm alive. Shit.' Jeff Randall originally wrote his memoir by hand, the ink spattering on the page whenever he was writing about something painful and looping beautifully whenever he was recalling happier moments. He wrote it in a matter of weeks and delivered it to his estranged wife in an attempt to explain the demons that had haunted him for so long and that had been responsible for destroying their relationship. Love Hurts is the powerful true story of a boy whose tormented childhood was characterised by violence and isolation. He was raised in a fragmented, chaotic family, in a world where debt and poverty were the norm. From a young age, he yearned to escape but was sucked into an ever-decreasing spiral of bad choices and self-loathing. This brutally honest book charts the life of a boy who just wanted to be loved. And by confronting the nightmare of his childhood and coming to terms with his past, he has learned to love himself.

Why The Dutch Are Different

Autor: Ben Coates
Publisher: Nicholas Brealey
ISBN: 1473645298
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Stranded at Schiphol airport, Ben Coates called up a friendly Dutch girl he'd met some months earlier. He stayed for dinner. Actually, he stayed for good. In the first book to consider the hidden heart and history of the Netherlands from a modern perspective, the author explores the length and breadth of his adopted homeland and discovers why one of the world's smallest countries is also so significant and so fascinating. It is a self-made country, the Dutch national character shaped by the ongoing battle to keep the water out from the love of dairy and beer to the attitude to nature and the famous tolerance. Ben Coates investigates what makes the Dutch the Dutch, why the Netherlands is much more than Holland and why the color orange is so important. Along the way he reveals why they are the world's tallest people and have the best carnival outside Brazil. He learns why Amsterdam's brothels are going out of business, who really killed Anne Frank, and how the Dutch manage to be richer than almost everyone else despite working far less. He also discovers a country which is changing fast, with the Dutch now questioning many of the liberal policies which made their nation famous.

When Footballers Were Skint

Autor: Jon Henderson
Publisher: Biteback Publishing
ISBN: 1785903853
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Shortlisted for The Telegraph Sports Book Awards 2019 Long before perma-tanned football agents and TV mega-rights ushered in the age of the multimillionaire player, footballers’ wages were capped – even the game’s biggest names earned barely more than a plumber or electrician. Footballing legends such as Tom Finney and Stanley Matthews shared a bond of borderline penury with the huge crowds they entertained on Saturday afternoons, on pitches that were a world away from the pristine lawns of the game’s modern era. Instead of the gleaming sports cars driven by today’s top players, the stars of yesteryear travelled to matches on public transport and returned to homes every bit as modest as those of their supporters. Players and fans would even sometimes be next-door neighbours in a street of working-class terraced houses. Based on the first-hand accounts of players from a fast disappearing generation, When Footballers Were Skint delves into the game’s rich heritage and relates the fascinating story of a truly great sporting era.

Heaven Is For Real

Autor: Todd Burpo
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 141855068X
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Why should we care about heaven? -- What is heaven like? -- When does a person go to heaven? -- Where is heaven? -- Who goes to heaven?