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Shelbourne FC - the 2005 Season in verse By Peter Goulding
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The 2005 League of Ireland season was another epic. Champions Shelbourne had a mid-season slump despite having strengthened the squad; arch-rivals Shamrock Rovers were deducted 8 points for being... More > millions in debt; Cork lost Dolan but gained Rico and snatched the title from Derry on the last day of the season; the Superdrogs won the Cup; and Rico lost his hat. All these events and more were recorded by Peter Goulding in verse form at the time. Sadly, he has now decided to publish them.< Less
The Complete Shelbourne FC Matchday Articles 2008-2010 By Peter Goulding
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Peter Goulding's humorous series of articles written for the Shelbourne FC's matchday programme between the years 2008 and 2010. Includes - A Tolka Romance, A Tolka Murder Mystery and Shels Heroes of... More > Yesteryear. None of them are in any way reliable.< Less
The Early Not Very Good Poems By Peter Goulding
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Peter Goulding has, for some reason known only to himself, decided to collate and collect many of his early attempts at comic verse. These 200 prime examples of his early work (you should see some of... More > the dross that didn't make it into the book!)represent his 'immature' years (i.e. up to the age of 45)and have very little merit at all. Unsurprisingly, very very few of these have previously seen the light of day. Sadly for those who have not read the later poems, things don't get any better.< Less
Bosoms bared - poems to read poolside By Peter Goulding
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The 125 poems contained in this collection were written on sunbeds on five different sun holidays and are about the experience of going on a sun holiday. They are intended to be read while on a sun... More > holiday. Of course you can read it over the Christmas holidays if you prefer, or on the bus into work. Your call. Some of the poems are funny, some are reflective, some stray into the area of black humour. Most of them are crap. That's life.< Less