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Manchester United 74 75

Author : Wayne Barton
ISBN : 1909360333
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Within living memory, Manchester United have won every major honour available -- yet for many supporters of a certain vintage their favourite season of all was spent not battling for top honours but in the second flight of English football. Following a spectacular decline following the break-up of the 1968 European Cup winners, United were relegated in April 1974 and the following season was supposed to be a humiliation for the club. Instead, the reds responded by re-inventing themselves for a new era and attracting a whole new generation of supporters. As Wayne Barton discovers, the modern day Manchester United was born during their sojourn in the second tier. From training pitch to boardroom and under the guidance of wise-cracking manager Tommy Docherty, the club moved on from a state of post-war stasis and shaped itself for the next quarter century. Without the pressure to maintain a place in the top flight, The Doc helped reinvigorate a club still struggling to come to terms with the modern era. With contributions from manager Tommy Docherty, captain Martin Buchan and first team regulars Brian Greenhoff, Sammy McIlroy, Lou Macari and Arnie Sidebottom -- the author discovers that relegation to the Second Division was not quite the financial or footballing nightmare it could have been. Alongside United in the second tier that season were future European champions Nottingham Forest and Aston Villa. Meanwhile United finished well ahead of all of them, playing in a refreshing style before record crowds -- by April 1975 "The Doc" had revived an ailing patient and set it's pulse racing again and attracted a whole new generation of supporters along the way.

Manchester United Players Careers 2019

Author : Charbel Boujaoude
ISBN : 9780359752898
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This book chronologically lists the career of every player who appeared competitively for Manchester United from 1886 to 2019, broken down by season, including before and after their time with the club. League and cup stats are provided separately, as well as international games. Over 900 players are covered, ranging from the biggest stars to the relative unknowns.

Pocket Facts

Author : David Crystal
ISBN : 014102111X
Genre : Curiosities and wonders
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The Penguin Pocket Book of Factsis the essential companion for crossword and trivia addicts and for anyone who needs to check facts at home or at work. With entries on a wide range of subjects from natural history and religion through to politics and current affairs, it is a superbly versatile one-stop resource. Part of Penguin's major new series of reference titles ranging from Spanish and French dictionaries to books on spelling and babies' names.
Category: Curiosities and wonders

The Penguin Book Of Facts

Author : David Crystal
ISBN : UCSC:32106017858819
Genre : Almanacs
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The Penguin Book of Factsis the most comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date general factbook available. Organised in thematic sections that cover topics as diverse as science and technology, sport and culture, religion and mythology, it is a goldmine of facts, figures and statistics, backed by maps, diagrams and a full index. Whether you are seeking to establish the precise population of Guatemala, the chemical symbol for radium or a list of Olympic Games medallists, this is the essential source of information.
Category: Almanacs

Subject Catalog

Author : Library of Congress
ISBN : STANFORD:36105211445072
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Author : Tom Bergin
ISBN : UVA:X000698712
Genre : Salford (England)
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Category: Salford (England)

World Soccer Yearbook 2003 2004

Author : David Goldblatt
ISBN : 0789496542
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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An overview of soccer around the world traces the history of the world's most popular sport, providing information on the various national teams, leagues, and soccer clubs in every region of the world, and a review of the 2002-2003 season.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Advertising Concept Book

Author : Pete Barry
ISBN : UOM:39076002811680
Genre : Business & Economics
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A former advertising designer at Ogilvy London counsels advertising professionals on how to make a successful ad by focusing on its basic messages rather than its special effects, in a guide that covers such topics as copywriting, media strategies, and the qualities of the industry's most successful campaigns. Original.
Category: Business & Economics

Arsenal Fact File

Author : Bruce Smith
ISBN : 0753504731
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This goldmine of facts and figures is aimed at all devoted fans of the north London giant. It is a treasure-trove of information that should settle even the most obscure argument because its exhaustive treatment covers every season since 1893/4.

Too Good To Go Down

Author : Wayne Barton
ISBN : 1909360627
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When Manchester United were relegated in 1974, just six years after winning the European Cup, it was front page news. How could such a thing happen to the biggest club in Britain? Such a scenario would be even more unthinkable today than Leicester City winning the league. The story is one of the most dramatic in football history and yet, still, largely unexplored. Based on a BT Sport film being developed alongside the book, TOO GOOD TO GO DOWN examines the demise of Manchester United, from the moment Bobby Charlton described the club not winning Division One in 1968 as the best thing that could have happened, through the turbulent reigns of Sir Matt Busbys successors, to the crushing blow of relegation which, ironically, came at a time when the clubs young team were just about to bloom and win over a whole new generation. With brand new, in-depth and exclusive interviews with Tommy Doherty, Sammy McIlroy, Alex Stepney, Stuart Pearson, Lou Macari, Pat Crerand, Willie Morgan, Gordon Hill, Martin Edwards and Paddy Barclay, the most controversial story in the history of footballs biggest institution is fi nally told in full detail.

Winners And Losers

Author : Stefan Szymanski
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025106191
Genre : Football
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This text uses extensive statistical and documentary evidence to illustrate how football works as a business, and the techniques of business strategy to explain why some clubs are winners and others are not. After a historical description of football's finances, it moves to a contemporary analysis of the current state of the game financially, and also provides a number of general questions that should be of interest to students of business and economics. Embedded in the text are various analyses of the modern English game, including a league table of major teams that compares success on the field with that off the field since the war.
Category: Football

The American Catalogue

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ISBN : IOWA:31858033443569
Genre : American literature
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American national trade bibliography.
Category: American literature