Football The Golden Age is a unique collection of over 275 star-quality images from football's golden age - an illustrated history and celebration of a long and rich period for Britain's favourite sport The range of the photographs collected here - the players, the grounds, the fans, the bizarre - is remarkable. And between them these images ...
Football The Golden Age is a unique collection of over 275 star-quality images from football's golden age - an illustrated history and celebration of a long and rich period for Britain's favourite sport The range of the photographs collected here - the players, the grounds, the fans, the bizarre - is remarkable. And between them these images articulate all of the emotions - agony, ecstasy and everything in between - that football is capable of producing.
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Very Good. Title: Football-the golden age. Cassell, 2001. Softcover, 381 pages. B&W photos. Author: John Tennant. Condition: VERY GOOD. One inch scratch on spine. Clean, bright, and glossy throughout. About the book: This marvellous book is impossible to put down. In nearly 400 extra-large format pages football's past (including the fairly recent past) is captured in a superbly selected, beautifully reproduced set of photographs. Action pictures and photographs of the stars are in the minority, with behind-the-scenes and supporters conveying the changing face of the game. There are big occasions like the first Wembley F.A. Cup Final in 1923 (West Ham fans racing to the stadium), but the incredible double-page spread of hundreds of pitches on Hackney Marshes sums up the grass roots. As a Barnsley supporter with nothing to do but look back, I particularly enjoyed the sight of Amos the donkey, the club's 1910 mascot, outside the club's HQ at the Clarence Hotel, complete with jockey boasting umbrella, spurs and the inevitable cigarette. All our books are securely packed, and dispatched without delay. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Sports & Pastimes; Inventory No: MG-MAFA-NQ80.
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