Football's Strangest Matches

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Robson, Jan 1, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 232 pages
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In this fascinating collection of true stories taken from more than 100 years of soccer history, Andrew ward has gathered together the most extrordinary happenings ever to befall a soccer field. They include stories about the game spectators couldn't see: the game that lasted four days; the games between the strikers and the police in 1926 and between Eton College and the unemployed boys; the games of three halves; the game decided by a hypnotist; and the one in which the same player scored all four goals—two for each side. A delight for all soccer fans, this is also a unique look at the more curious moments of the beautiful sport.

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An excellent Christmas present that took ages to read right through but ideal for flicking through occasionally! Read full review

About the author (2007)

Andrew Ward is a freelance writer whose numerous books include Kicking & Screaming and I'm On Me Mobile. He created Robson's Strangest series with books on football, cricket, horseracing, and golf.

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