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LUFC books published between 1971 and 1980 (27 books)

All Roads Lead to Wembley

by Alastair Revie
1971
1971 - Wembley was about to celebrate 50 years as Sports Capital of the world. In...

Billy Bremner's Book Of Football

by Billy Bremner
1971
Special Features On Britain's Soccer Kings.Bobby Moore, Bobby Charlton, Gordon Banks...

Billy Bremner's Book of Football No 2

by Billy Bremner
1972
128 pages includes many stories and over 100 photographs. With Star Contributors...

Billy Bremner's Book of Soccer

by Billy Bremner
1974
Book Measures 9" x 7" approx, 120 Pages. With Black And White  Photographs.

Book for Young Footballers

by Jack Charlton
1978
Based on the tyne tees Television series, Play Soccer Jack Chalton's Way. Reprinted...

FA Cup Centenary Gift Book

by Kenneth Wolstenholme
1972
A pictorial history of the worlds greatest football competition with a special feature...

Football Final - Selected Writings on Soccer

by Michael Parkinson Willis Hall Michael Parkinson Willis Hall
1975
From the dust wrapper: "This is the third volume of soccer writing put together...

Hazell and the Menacing Jester

by Terry Venables Gordon Williams P.B. Yuill
1977
This is another of the three novels featuring the adventures of Cockney Private...

Hazell and the Three Card Trick

by Terry Venables Gordon Williams P.B. Yuill
1977
  This is another of the three novels featuring the adventures of Cockney Private...

Hazell Plays Solomon

by Terry Venables Gordon Williams P.B. Yuill
1976
This is one of three books written in the 1970s by Terry Venables (ex England and...

I Don't Bruise Easily

by Brian Close
1978
Close played for Leeds United as a junior under Major Frank Buckley, and details...

Leeds United (Including Leeds City) 1905-1978

by Norman Lovett
1980
Facts and Figures on the Football League Clubs (1888-1978): #1. A statistics heavy...

My Sporting Life

by Willis Hall
1975
"Willis Hall (6 April 1929 - 7 March 2005) was an English playwright and radio and...

One Step Ahead

by Duncan McKenzie
1978
Autobiography of the talented Scottish international whose turbulent career included...

Second to None: Great Teams of Post-War Soccer

by John Motson
1972
167pp, including index. From d/j flap - "Recalling the impact the Hungarians had...

Soccer: How to become a Champion

by Allan Clarke
1975
His second book, features his prime playing years at Leeds United. 1975 edition...

The Big Matches: A decade of world soccer 1970-1980

by Brian Moore Martin Tyler
1980
A review of football in the 1970s whith emphasis on the big games at home and abroad...

The Charlton Brothers

by Norman Harris
1971
Re-printed by Sportsman Books in 1972. (green cover, pictured).

The Football Managers

by Tony Pawson
1973
Some good content on Don Revie.

The Team Makers: A Gallery of the Great Soccer Managers

by Peter Morris
1971
Including sections on Herbert Chapman, Frank Buckley, Sir Matt Busby, Bill Nicolson...

The Treatment of Football Injuries

by Harris Harry Mike Varney
1977
The first half of the book is concerned with treatments, the second half with case...

They Used to Play on Grass

by Terry Venables Gordon Williams
1971
Gritty novel about football by Williams, the author of 'Straw Dogs', and a professional...

Twelve at the Top: the Story in Words and Pictures of Leeds United's Great Years

by Colin S. Jeffrey
1977
This small publication (28 pages) celebrates the most successful period in Leeds...

Wembley: Fifty Great Years

by Harry Gee
1972
50 years of FA Cup and League Cup finals covered, including finals with Leeds ...
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