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LUFC books published between 1981 and 1990 (26 books)

Chelsea: My Year

by Ken Bates
1984
Pre-Leeds United material from Ken Bates.

Cissie: Football's Most Famous Mother Cissie Charlton Tells Her Story

by Cissie Charlton Vince Gledhill
1988
The mother of footballing brothers Bobby and Jack Charlton tells her story.

Cup Magic

by David Miller
1981
An account of 24 classic cup matches from League Cup, F.A. Cup and World Cup. Written...

David O'Leary: My Story

by David O'Leary Harry Miller
1988
Covering Dolly's earlier career with Arsenal and Ireland. No Leeds United content...

Don Revie- Portrait Of A Footballing Enigma

by Andrew Mourant
1990
Either revered or reviled depending on who you talk to, only a handful of figures...

Everton Winter, Mexican Summer: a Football Diary

by Peter Reid
1987
Covers his playing days with Bolton, Everton and with England at the 1986 World...

Feed the Bear! The Roy Aitken Story

by Roy Aitken Alex Cameron
1987
Roy Aitken made his name at Celtic; later went on to become a coach with clubs including...

Field Sports: An Introduction

by Jack Charlton Tony Jackson
1984
Chapters by various contributors including Fred J Taylor.  Chapters include...

Go Fishing With Jack Charlton

by Jack Charlton
1983
The big man's love of hunting and fishing is well known. Colour illustrations throughout...

Gordon Strachan: An Autobiography

by Gordon Strachan Jack Webster
1984
Gordon Strachan, the most exciting playmaker Scotland has produced in years, shot...

Herbert Chapman - Football Emperor: A Study in the Origins of Modern Soccer

by Stephen Studd
1981
Herbert Chapman was the first of the modern-style football managers. He managed...

Jack Charlton's World Cup Diary

by Jack Charlton Peter Byrne
1990
The story of the 1990 World Cup as seen by Jack Charlton. 7½" x 9½"...

Jock Stein: The Authorized Biography

by Ken Gallacher
1986
Widely regarded as the father of modern Scottish football, Jock Stein was a giant...

Jock Stein: The Master

by Robert A. Crampsey
1987
Possibly updated edition of Mr. Stein from same author?

Learn Football with Jack Charlton

by Jack Charlton
1989
Knock it up to the big man! "The techniques of kicking, heading, dribbling, accurate...

Mark Hateley: Home and Away

by Mark Hateley Tony Francis
1986
One-million-pound striker Mark Hateley arrived in Glasgow to face a hostile reception...

Mr. Stein: a biography of Jock Stein CBE, 1922-85

by Bob Crampsey
1986
The story of one of Scotland's greatest managers. Details his playing career, as...

Rejected FC: Comprehensive Histories of the Ex-Football League Clubs: Volume 2.

by Dave Twydell
1989
Histories of the ex-Football League Clubs - Accrington, Accrington Stanley, Barrow...

Rush: Ian Rush's Autobiography

by Ian Rush
1985
Hardback, 183 pages, illustrated - black & white plates. Covering Rush's career...

Terror on our Terraces, The National Front, Football Violence and Leeds United

by Leeds Trades Union Council Anti-Fascist Action
1988
A report about the incidence of racism, far-right activity and related violence...

The Football Managers

by Johnny Rogan
1989
Featuring some Leeds United content.

The tongs and the bones : the memoirs of Lord Harewood

by The Earl of Harewood
1981
Lord Harewood was the President of Leeds United Football Club from 1961-2011. His...

V (a poem)

by Tony Harrison
1985
Tony Harrison is a Leeds born, bred, and educated poet of international reputation...

Yorkshire Soccer Heroes

by Keith Farnsworth
1988
72 pp, illustrated in black & white, covering managers & players of Yorkshire...
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