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Memoir of the Right Reverend John Strachan, First Bishop of Toronto By A.N. Bethune
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Memoir of the life of Bishop John Strachan, First Bishop of Toronto, written by A.N. Bethune, his successor in the See. Approximately 400 scanned pages of the original book published in 1870.
GAFFERS By David Ross
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The first ever Who's Who of Scottish football managers. All the greats are here - Willie Maley, Bill Struth & the men who challenged them like ‘Sailor’ Hunter & Pat Travers. Jock... More > Stein - the first British manager to win the European Cup, his Rangers rivals Scot Symon, Willie Waddell & Jock Wallace. Alex Ferguson & Jim McLean, who broke the Old Firm’s grip on the game. Graeme Souness & Walter Smith who restored Rangers to greatness and more recent managers like Martin O’Neill, Alex McLeish & Gordon Strachan. But it wasn’t just the big names who made Scottish football. Here too are the dedicated managers - often part-time - who kept the smaller clubs going. Men like Terry Christie, Albert Henderson, Eddie Hunter, John Lambie, Billy Lamont, Webber Lees, Billy Little, Jocky Scott & Alex Totten. There are over 900 entries in an A-Z format, from a few lines for those with the briefest of careers to over twenty pages for the most important. Updated to include season 2012-13.< Less
Gaffers: A Who's Who of Scottish Football Managers By David Ross
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The first ever Who's Who of Scottish football managers. All the greats are here - Willie Maley, Bill Struth & the men who challenged them like ‘Sailor’ Hunter & Pat Travers. Jock... More > Stein - the first British manager to win the European Cup, his Rangers rivals Scot Symon, Willie Waddell & Jock Wallace. Alex Ferguson & Jim McLean, who broke the Old Firm’s grip on the game. Graeme Souness & Walter Smith who restored Rangers to greatness and more recent managers like Martin O’Neill, Alex McLeish & Gordon Strachan. But it wasn’t just the big names who made Scottish football. Here too are the dedicated managers - often part-time - who kept the smaller clubs going. Men like Terry Christie, Albert Henderson, Eddie Hunter, John Lambie, Billy Lamont, Webber Lees, Billy Little, Jocky Scott & Alex Totten. There are over 900 entries in an A-Z format, from a few lines for those with the briefest of careers to over twenty pages for the most important. Updated to include season 2012-13< Less