The Football Hall of Fame: The Ultimate Guide to the Greatest Footballing Legends of All Time

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Portico, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 340 pages
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From Dixie Dean, Stanley Matthews, and Billy Wright, to Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker, and David Beckham, over the years Britain has produced a wealth of great soccer players that have won domestic, European, and global trophies. In association with the National Football Museum, a panel of soccer legends, including Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Geoff Hurst, have selected the players for the official FA Hall Of Fame at the National Football Museum. This is the official illustrated book, highlighting the museum’s work, and detailing the profile of each player, discussing career achievements, their clubs, key matches, and a wealth of statistics to provide the complete picture for all fans. Supported with fantastic images from the Hall of Fame archive, this is the ultimate guide to the best of the beautiful game. The National Football Museum is the largest soccer museum in the world. Located at Preston North End's Deepdale Stadium, the museum is surrounded by rich soccer history. The Museum is an independent charity, owning several major collections including the FIFA Museum Collection, and has acquired on long term loan the FA, Football League, and Wembley collections.

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About the author (2008)

Robert Galvin is an award-winning soccer writer and has contributed articles to the Daily Telegraph, FourFourTwo, and The Guardian.

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