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Football Today

Author: Johnny Haynes

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Category: Soccer

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Johnny Haynes

Portrait of a Football Genius

Author: James Gardner

Publisher: Pitch Publishing

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Category: Soccer players

Page: 320

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Johnny Haynes: Portrait of a Football Genius is the biography of one of England's greatest ever footballers--a player described by Pele as "the greatest passer of a ball I have ever seen." He was capped 56 times, 22 as captain, including the 9-3 hammering of the Scots at Wembley in 1961. He succeeded Denis Compton as the "Brylcreem Boy." When he became the first £100-a-week player it cemented his celebrity superstar status as the David Beckham of his day. Haynes only ever played for one professional club and finished his playing career in South Africa. He retired into relative obscurity and lived the last 20 years of his life in Edinburgh before tragically dying in a car accident in 2005. In his obituary, James Lawton wrote, "Haynes was still the beginning and end of how football should be played. He had the wit to change the way the game was understood and played in this country." His fascinating life story is told through his family, ex-team-mates, famous journalists, and celebrities, as well as his fans.

Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

John Haynes

A Retrospective

Author: John Haynes

Publisher: iUniverse

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 148

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Anyone who is interested in subjects from family history, the Democratic Party, teaching in a small town in Georgia, and many other topics will enjoy this retrospective by John Haynes. This is not simply an autobiography but a peak at what this Tulsan thinks about the movies of the 1940's to the present, and interesting comments about Christian denominations, a selection of favorite operas and tenors and many other topics. The criticism and evaluation of public school teaching from the early 1960's to today is both interesting and informative for teachers and others interested in our schools. Read this book and also learn more about philosophy, religion, and sports. You will come away with the knowledge that this book will explain to John's children feelings and facts that should remain with them for a lifetime. You will see that this type of personal literature can be a gift to your children in understanding who you are and why you think the way you do.

Good Girl Gone Bad

Journal

Author: Johnny Haynes

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Page: 130

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Have you gone bad? Or are you thinking about it? Jot down all of your naughty experiences right here in this journal... But wait! They don't have to be experiences... Got some sexy fantasies that you haven't explored yet? Write them down in here and make a "to do" or "get done" list!

Greavsie

The Autobiography

Author: Jimmy Greaves

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 576

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James Peter 'Jimmy' Greaves is one of the greatest footballers to have graced the English game, a goalscorer of legendary prowess. His gripping and characteristically humorous autobiography journeys from Jimmy's childhood in the East End, via his early career at Chelsea and his short and troubled stay at A.C. Milan, to his emergence as one of the great stars of sixties football while at Spurs and an outstanding England forward. Jimmy's record as a striker is extraordinary - he was the leading goalscorer in the First Division - now Premiership - for six seasons and during his playing career was never out of the top five. There are darker aspects too: the bitter disappointment of failing to make the World Cup-winning team of 1966, and the battle against the alcoholism that followed his retirement from the game. This book is both Jimmy's story and the story of football in the golden era of the fifties and sixties before money changed the game. It is populated by the great players whom Jimmy played with and against and animated by wonderful anecdotes about the game. It is an account of how football was then and how it has changed.

John Giles: A Football Man - My Autobiography

The heart of the game

Author: John Giles

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

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'The dream was football . . .' John Giles had a gift. At the age of three, he could kick a ball the way it was supposed to be kicked. And he knew that every hour that passed without kicking a ball was an hour wasted. 'It was the same dream that most of the kids had at that time . . .' In A Football Man, Giles tells the story of a dream pursued and realised beyond his wildest imaginings, from his humble beginnings in Ormond Square in 1940s' Dublin,counting down the minutes to his next game of football, to that unforgettable moment when the original football man - his dad, 'Dickie' - announced that his young son, at just fourteen, was on his way to Manchester United. 'What I didn't realise was that my dream would come true.' Full of anecdote, insight and wry humour, Giles recounts his rise through the ranks at Manchester United, before and after the Munich Disaster; the great players he knew, the good and the bad times under Matt Busby; his sensational debut for Ireland which he served as player and manager; his starring role in the brilliant, controversial Leeds United of the '60s and '70s; and his challenge to the portrayal of himself and Brian Clough in The Damned United. He also describes his enduring friendship with the 'kid from across Dublin's Tolka Park', Eamon Dunphy, and his career on RTÉ2's football panel, where Giles' intelligent and insightful analysis have made him an even more well-loved and respected national figure.

The Heart Of The Game

Author: Jimmy Greaves

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 416

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Football isn't a matter of life and death,' Bill Shankly once famously said, 'it's much more important than that.' In The Heart of the Game, Jimmy Greaves looks back over his long association with the sport to give his take on all things football, and attempts to make sense of our undying passion for the beautiful game. How has the game changed from its working class roots to its current celebrity-driven image? How do managers like Sir Alf Ramsey compare to the Svens of today? Why have England stopped producing great goalkeepers? How come the football of yesteryear was more physical, yet the footballer of today is more injury-prone? Drawing on both his knowledge and love of the game, this is Jimmy at his fascinating, witty and humorous best.

Sir Alf

A Major Reappraisal of the Life and Times of England's Greatest Football Manager

Author: Leo McKinstry

Publisher: Harper Uk

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 528

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Ramsey’s life is a romantic story of heroism. Often derided by lesser men, he overcame the prejudice against his social background to reach the summit of world football. Drawing on extensive interviews with his closest friends and colleagues in the game, author Leo McKinstry will help unravel the true character of this fascinating and often complex football legend.

A Football Compendium

An Expert Guide to the Books, Films & Music of Association Football

Author: Peter J. Seddon

Publisher: British Library Board

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Category: Reference

Page: 815

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The second edition of this indispensable guide to British (not American) football contains over 7,000 entries arranged in fourteen chapters. With greatly increased coverage of football films and music, every facet of association football from 1863 to the present is covered. Knowledgeable essays, reviews, and annotations guide the reader through the wealth of UK literature. This is a significant addition to the literature of association football, and required reading for collectors and fans of the game.

Swing, 1920-1985: Ma-Po

Author: Walter Bruyninckx

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Radio Times

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The Boxing Register

International Boxing Hall of Fame Official Record Book

Author: James B. Roberts

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 655

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The greatest fighters of all time come to life in the pages of this carefully researched and fully illustrated guide to the sweat science. This book is packed with action, photos, and figures.

The Guinness Football Encyclopedia

Author: Graham Hart

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Category: Soccer

Page: 222

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Pulpwood Production and Saw Mill Logging

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Category: Lumbering

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The Jazz Discography

Author: Tom Lord

Publisher: West Vancouver, B.C. : Lord Music Reference ; Redwood, N.Y. : North Country Distributors, c1992- .

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Category: Music

Page: 608

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The Stage Year Book

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Louisiana Directory of Manufacturers

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The Bookseller

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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.

These Aren't My Pants

The Dumbest and Dimmest from the Files of America's Dumbest Criminals

Author: Daniel R. Butler

Publisher: Rutledge Hill Press

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Category: Humor

Page: 344

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Presents a collection of humorous attempts at crime by inept criminals

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