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By Andy Holgate
A 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile run make up the Ironman triathlon. So what possesses an overweight, thirty-something librarian who can't swim, doesn't own a bike and has two dodgy knees to take on the hardest one-day endurance race in the world? The inspirational, epic and...
Spurs' Cult Heroes is devoted to 20 players who have won a special place in the hearts of the White Hart Lane faithful - not necessarily the greatest footballers, but a unique brotherhood of mavericks and loyal stalwarts, local lads and exotic imports who ignited passion on the terraces. Includes...
By Ivan Ponting
This sumptuous, lovingly crafted volume offers a comprehensive cavalcade of every footballer to have played for Liverpool. Marching shoulder to shoulder through these pages are heroes such as Steven Gerrard, Kenny Dalglish, Ian St John, Jamie Carragher, Emlyn Hughes and Billy Liddell.
I Am The Gloryhunter traces Spencer Austin's incredible odyssey across the country as he sought the ultimate adrenalin junkie high of only supporting winning teams. Rejoice in his uplifting tales of what it is like to be Britain's ultimate football fan.
By Alf Alderson
A plethora of spherical and ovoid facts, illustrated by cartoonist Tony Kitchell. All known ball sports on the planet are covered, including major sports such as football, cricket, rugby and tennis, through to the lesser known but equally fascinating Korfball, Tacraw, Torball, Gaelic Football and Stoolball.
By John Wark
Described by Sir Bobby Robson as the "greatest midfielder of his generation" this is the autobiography of 1980s football legend John Wark. It tells the story of his career with Scotland, Liverpool, Ipswich and Middlesbrough.