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Faithful Through and Through

by Richard Purden

Following on from We Are Celtic Supporters, Richard Purden tackles a variety of subjects in his second book Faithful Through and Through. Here he takes a fresh look at the people who have added to the wider...


Black and Blue

by Paul Canoville

Paul Canovilles story is one of extreme racist bigotry, shattering career-ending injury, a decline into drug abuse, battles against cancer, family tragedy and a determination to beat the odds. Canoville was...


Jack Doyle: The Gorgeous Gael

by Michael Taub

'As boxing books go, this is a masterpiece' - Barry McGuigan. Jack Doyle (1913-1978) was a 6ft 5in Irishman with a giant appetite for life. In 1933 he drew 90,000 to London's White City to see him fight and...


Rangers: The Official Illustrated History

by RangersFC

Peppered throughout with more than 200 images from Ibrox's official archives - many of them never before published - this sumptious publication captures the club's rich heritage and proud pedigree of great managers...


Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants

by Frank Rafters

“Standing on the Shoulders of Giants” is the first book from Frank Rafters. In it, the author chooses his greatest ever Celtic team (1888-1960) and, in doing so, tells of some of the greatest figures in the...


So Close: Bravest, Craziest, Uunluckiest Defeats in Aussie Sport

by Patrick Mangan

A tribute to the bravest, craziest, unluckiest, most ridiculous defeats in Australian sporting history.

Typically, there?s only one way to win ? by being the best. But there are countless ways of having victory...


Steven Gerrard: My Liverpool Story

by Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard is a genuine Liverpool legend.

Captain at the age of 23.

Two FA Cups.

Three League Cups.

One UEFA Cup.

And that Champions League win.

Gerrard embodies the spirit and passion of Liverpool football...


Champions League Dreams

by Rafa Benitez

This is a stimulating and deeply insightful football narrative by Rafa Benitez which focuses on the legendary manager's dramatic six Champions League campaigns with Liverpool. Rafa expertly navigates fans through...


The Winning Touch: My Autobiography

by Stevie Chalmers & Graham Mc

One of Celtic's greatest ever strikers, Stevie Chalmers epitomised the exciting attacking football with which Celtic took Europe by storm during the 1960s. It was Stevie who scored the golden goal in the 1967...


Mr Struth: The Boss

by David Mason & Ian Stewart

Bill Struth is the most celebrated Manager in the history of Rangers Football Club. In his 34 year tenure, he led the club to 30 major trophies and nurtured many of the club's greatest players. To them, he was...


Harry - The Ride of My Life: The Noel Harris Story

by Wally O'Hearn

One of the oldest jockeys still riding. Noel aka Handbreak Harry is the Keith Richards of the racing world. Talks of drugs, gambling and race fixing. His father is also a well known figure in the racing world....


Jonah - My Story: Revised Edition

by Jonah Lomu & Warren Adler

He was rugby?s first truly international celebrity and he remains one of the game?s greatest heroes. A decade after the publication of his blockbuster autobiography, Jonah Lomu opens up like never before about...


Piri - Straight Up: Cups, Downs & Keeping Calm

by Heather Kidd

Piri Weepu?s story is one of the most fascinating New Zealand rugby stories ever told. Born into a strong rugby league family ? Piri?s brother Billy actually played for the Kiwis ? Piri has risen to the very...


I Chose To Climb

by Chris Bonington

I CHOSE TO CLIMB, first published in 1966, was Chris Bonington's first book. He was recognised then, as now, as one of the outstanding members of a brilliant generation of mountaineers, which included such personalities...


Space Below My Feet

by Gwen Moffat

In 1945, when Gwen Moffat was in her twenties, she deserted from her post as a driver and dispatch rider in the Army and went to live rough in Wales and Cornwall, climbing and living on practically nothing....


A Significant Other: Riding the Centenary Tour de France with Lance Armstrong

by Matt Rendell

Lance Armstrong's place in the cycling history books is assured. Winner of the Tour de France a record-breaking six times, he is regarded as one of the greatest individual talents the sport has ever seen. Perhaps...


The Death of Marco Pantani: A Biography

by Matt Rendell

At 9:30 pm on 14 February 2004, former Tour de France winner Marco Pantani was found dead in Rimini. It emerged that he had been addicted to cocaine since Autumn 1999, weeks after being expelled from the Tour...


Being Freddie: My Story So Far

by Andrew Flintoff

Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff is one of the most exciting cricketers in the world and has improved out of all recognition during the last two years. In 2003, he was England's best player at the World Cup. Then,...


Calling the Shots

by Michael Vaughan

"CALLING THE SHOTS covers the two year period from the time Michael Vaughan took over as England captain. This book concentrates on leadership, with Michael describing his approach to captaincy, his aims and...


Landing on My Feet

by Mike Catt

On 20 October 2007 Mike Catt MBE made history by becoming the oldest player to appear in a World Cup Final. It was also to be his last game for England in an international career stretching back 14 years in...