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About this book

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2020
Independently published
979-8670579445 [ISBN]

No Place For Boys: An alternate take on the 1970 FA Cup Final

‘No Place for Boys’ – a title lifted from the words of BBC TV football commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme – is a book that places a classic FA Cup Final and its notoriously combative Replay at the central core of the narrative, as well as situating it in the cultural zeitgeist of 1970. Johnny Monroe does his best to steer clear of the clichés to present an original and enjoyable chronicle of a landmark event fifty years on as well as celebrating the 24 men whose commitment to the cause made it so memorable.


 

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