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Shelbourne's European Run 2004 By Peter Goulding
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A poetic odyssey in bad verse of the unprecedented 2004 European run of Shelbourne FC, Ireland's premier football club. This book is a fan's diary of the eight games that mark the zenith of the... More > club's achievements.< Less
Shelbourne's European Run 2004 By Peter Goulding
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A poetic odyssey in bad verse of the unprecedented 2004 European run of Shelbourne FC, Ireland's premier football club. This book is a fan's diary of the eight games that mark the zenith of the... More > club's achievements.< Less
A Record of British Wartime Football By Brian McColl
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A comprehensive record of British and Irish Football during two World Wars, giving the date and result of every match played in each of the English, Scottish and Irish Leagues. All the county and... More > regional cup competitions are also covered. Friendly matches, which for some clubs were a main part of their fixture list, are also given. The many Representative, international and military fixtures are also listed.< Less
It Started With a Handshake By Diarmuid O hAinle
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In 2002 the football world was rocked by a catastrophic falling out between Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane, the manager and captain of the Irish national team, on the Pacific island of Saipan. The... More > event could not have occurred at a worse time, with the side about to embark on a World Cup adventure in Japan and South Korea, and left a nation wondering what might have been. What if the tale of Mick McCarthy, Roy Keane, Saipan and all that followed had turned out very differently? “A gripping read. This is the newest must-have item for Irish sports fans.” POGMOGOAL.COM< Less
It Started With a Handshake By Diarmuid O hAinle
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In 2002 the football world was rocked by a catastrophic falling out between Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane, the manager and captain of the Irish national team, on the pacific island of Saipan. The... More > event could not have occurred at a worse time, with the side about to embark on a World Cup adventure in Japan and South Korea and left a nation wondering what might have been. What if the tale of Mick McCarthy, Roy Keane, Saipan and all that followed had turned out very differently?< Less
The Road to 1958 By Paul Peters
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This book covers the amazing story of British and Irish football teams, both in the build up to, and during, the 1958 World Cup Finals. Chronologically, the narrative commences with the draw for the... More > qualifying rounds of the tournament. It then follows the five countries on their journey from there. The journey to qualification takes in some great matches, plenty of controversy, a crucial last minute goal, various problems with air travel, a riot, religion and Arab Israeli politics. From there, events move forward to the draw for the World Cup Finals. This is considerably overshadowed by the Munich Air Crash, which occurred two days before the draw, an event that has an effect on all five countries. For the four countries that get to the finals, their stories, once they are there, are all remarkable in their own way. They involve battles in adversity, more controversy, the shadow of the Cold War and television scheduling, the likes of which would never be seen today.< Less
Six Famous Sons of Killyeagh By Clive Scoular
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Clive Scoular, who has lived near Killyleagh for almost 40 years, has put together this literary collage of six of Killyleagh’s famous sons. Few have ever appreciated how many geniuses in the... More > fields of classics, adventure and the sports this sleepy village has produced over the years. Sir Hans Sloane: Doctor, Scientist and Collector — founder of the British Museum. Sir Henry Blackwood: Lord Nelson’s only Irish Captain at the Battle of Trafalgar. Dr Henry Cooke: An Exceptional Presbyterian — champion of Orthodoxy. Dr Edward Hincks: Modest Parson and world renowned Egyptologist. Terry Cochrane: Dazzling Northern Ireland international footballer. David Healy: Soccer Star extraordinary — scorer of that famous goal against England.< Less