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The Toon: The Complete History of Newcastle United Football Club

by Roger Hutchinson

This is the full, unofficial and uncensored story of one of the greatest football clubs in the world. It brings to life the sensational early successes of the great Anglo-Scottish team before the First World...


The Fabulous Baker Boys: The Greatest Strikers Scotland Never Had

by Tom Maxwell

With a total of more than 500 goals in careers that saw them turn out for the likes of Hibernian, St Mirren, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Torino, Joe and Gerry Baker are two of the greatest strikers...


In Colours Green and White: A Post-War History of Hibs

by John Campbell

In Colours Green and White is the second volume in John Campbell's fascinating post-war history of Hibernian Football Club, which continues to relive the club's past with a game-by-game and goal-by-goal account...


Life Cycle: A Bike Ride Round Scotland (and Back to Childhood)

by Gary Sutherland

A casual conversation between Gary Sutherland and his brother Stewart about going on a bike ride leads to an extraordinary trip in which they travel the length and breadth of Scotland. In order to recapture...


The West Highland Way: The Official Guide

by Roger Smith & Bob Aitken

Opened in 1980, the West Highland Way was Scotland's first Long Distance Route and remains the most popular, with more than 15,000 walkers tackling it each year. It runs from Milngavie, on the outskirts of Glasgow,...


Head to Head: Great Golf Debates

by Jeremy Ellwood & Fergus Bisset

Golf clubs, the length and breadth of the UK, are hotbeds for debate. Go into any clubhouse on a Saturday afternoon and you'll find people arguing the virtues of links golf over parkland or Stableford over medal...


Reports from Beyond: A Journey Through Life to Remote Places

by Patrick Richardson

This book gives a short glimpse into the author’s colourful and adventurous life and beautifully describes his unusual journeys to remote and fascinating cultures. Its 384 pages include 14 handsome maps and...


At Easter Road they Play: A Post-War History of Hibs, Volume 1

by John Campbell

Since 1875 Hibernian Football Club has been an integral part of sporting life in the City of Edinburgh and Port of Leith; its early history up to 1946 has been brilliantly documented in The Making of Hibernian...


Hell of a Journey: On Foot Through the Scottish Highlands in Winter

by Mike Cawthorne

Hell of a Journey' describes what is arguably the last great journey to be undertaken in Britain: the entire Scottish Highlands on foot in one winter. On one level it is a vivid and evocative account of a remarkable...


When George Came to Edinburgh

by John Neil Munro

Played 24, won 10, lost 10 and drawn four. Three goals, three benders, one suspension and one sacking. This is the inside story of what happened when the world's most famous footballer joined the tenth best...


Behind the Lions: Playing Rugby for the British & Irish Lions

by Stephen Jones, Tom English & Nick Cain

This new edition will include stories, anecdotes, interviews and images from the 2013 Lions tour, the controversial and hugely exciting Test series that witnessed the Lions greatest triumph for 16 years. For...


A Major Obsession: One Fan, Four Golf Championships

by Kenny Reid

Kenny Reid has avidly followed golf's majors for more than 30 years. Through the luminescent glow of his television screen, and even, on occasion, from the vantage point of the roped-off boundaries, he has watched...


To Barcelona and Beyond: The Men Who Lived Rangers' European Dream

by Paul Smith

Rangers have more than 100 trophies to the club’s credit in an illustrious history – but only one of those prizes has been claimed on foreign shores. The triumph over Moscow Dynamo in the 1972 European Cup...


There's Only One Dixie Deans: The Autobiography

by Ken McNab & Dixie Deans

Dixie Deans is a true Celtic legend. Between 1971 and 1976, he scored 132 goals in 184 games and was part of the great Celtic team that swept to nine consecutive Scottish league titles and dominated a golden...


The Road to Lisbon: A Novel

by Martin Greig & Charles McGarry

We did it by playing football. Pure, beautiful, inventive football. May 1967: The summer of love. Anything seems possible. Sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll... and football. Celtic FC’s home-grown team travel to...


Flawed Genius: Scottish Football's Self-Destructive Mavericks

by Stephen McGowan

As Rangers manager Walter Smith once put it, Scottish football supporters have always liked their footballing superstars to come complete with very human flaws. But what is it that makes the seriously flawed...


Hunting Grounds: A Scottish Football Safari

by Gary Sutherland

Some people bag Munros; Gary Sutherland hunts grounds. Come rain, shine, sleet and snow, he visits each of the 42 football grounds in Scotland during one season, documenting the singing, the swearing and the...


The Management: Scotland's Great Football Bosses

by Michael Grant & Rob Robertson

‘an outstanding piece of work . . . utterly compelling’ – Scotland on Sunday ‘a magisterial study’ – The Herald ‘inspiring’ – The Scotsman ‘Scotland’s record as a producer of outstanding managers...


Southern Comfort: The Story of Borders Rugby

by Neil Drysdale

For the last 140 years, the south of Scotland has been a powerhouse of rugby union. Despite the area’s small population, it has produced clubs in the mould of Hawick, Gala and Melrose, whose names are known...


The Scottish Golf Guide

by David Hamilton

This book carries a foreword by Sean Connery. Scotland gave golf to the world. With more golf courses per head than any other country, it is still a golfer's paradise. They range from remote honesty box clubs...