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Extra Time by Jenny Oldfield

Title Extra Time
Author Jenny Oldfield
Publisher
Release 2005
Category Children's stories
Total Pages 64
ISBN 9781842993408
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Two stories which combine the ever-popular topics of romance and football.

Extra Time by Kevin Sampson

Title Extra Time
Author Kevin Sampson
Publisher Random House
Release 2012-11-01
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 304
ISBN 1448155126
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Any serious football fan will know, anyone who doesn't go to every game, home and away, from Arsenal to Vladikavkaz is a part-time supporter. Kevin Sampson gets to 90% of Liverpool's matches. His sharp, perceptive and very funny account of the agonies and ecstasies of following a sleeping giant will touch even the most recalcitrant Man Utd. fan, most of whom will recognise the ailment. His journeys take us from a pre-season friendly at Crewe to Chelsea, Celtic, Newcastle, and beyond. We meet Blackburn fish-ticklers and Bolton riot police; one-eyed barmaids and stewards with circular noses ; angry British Rail ticket inspectors and non-kinky masseuses. We follow the romantic progress of his bachelor friends Jegsy, and aging lothario and Danny, a shy bricklayer who's looking for a young Nessie Shankley. Most of all we follow the hopes and dreams of the football fan in all of us, a man of 36 who still falls asleep at night selecting his ideal 11 and awaiting the call from Roy Evans. This is a wry and wonderfully observed book for football fans everywhere.

Extra Time by Morris Gleitzman

Title Extra Time
Author Morris Gleitzman
Publisher Penguin Group Australia
Release 2013-07-24
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1743480709
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When 13-year-old Matt is discovered impressing the livestock in an Aussie country town with his remarkable soccer skills, he's offered the chance of a lifetime – a try-out at one of Europe's biggest and most glamorous soccer clubs. His younger sister Bridie goes with him as his manager and tells us their story – warts, goals and all. The funny and moving story of a sister's love for her brother, and how it survives everything fate throws at it, including the millions of pounds and mountains of pressure at the top of the world's most popular sport. A funny and moving story from one of Australian's most entertaining authors. 'He is one of the finest examples of a writer who can make humour stem from the things that really matter in life.' The Guardian, UK

Extra Time by Camilla Cavendish

Title Extra Time
Author Camilla Cavendish
Publisher HarperCollins
Release 2020-03-03
Category Aging
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780008295172
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'An inspirational call to arms' DAILY MAIL 'This book is so sensible, so substantially researched, so briskly written, so clear in its arguments, that one wishes Baroness Cavendish was still whispering into the prime ministerial ear' THE TIMES

Title After Extra Time and Penalties
Author Mike Ingham
Publisher Book Guild Publishing
Release 2020-03-28
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages
ISBN 1913551008
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After almost a quarter-century as the BBC’s Chief Football Correspondent, Mike Ingham MBE shares a candid, comprehensive and sometimes controversial account of how the world of broadcasting and football changed beyond recognition throughout his career. His broadcasting experiences saw him attend eight World Cups, commentate on twenty-eight F.A. Cup Finals, work with ten full-time England managers, introduce Sports Report, present his own music show on BBC Radio 1, and he even covered Princess Diana’s funeral. He has enjoyed working with a who’s who of personalities from the world of football and has tales to tell about all of them… This book is a timely reminder of England’s campaigns in tournaments over the last half-century with a detailed and eyewitness account of what the atmosphere was really like over the years behind the scenes in the England camp.

Extra Time by John R. Walker

Title Extra Time
Author John R. Walker
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2013-01
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 298
ISBN 1291264000
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The real life exploits of a Supporting Artist, John R. Walker, who has worked on many British Television shows such as Doctor Who, Ashes to Ashes, Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Survivors, Life on Mars, EastEnders, Coronation Street and many many more. For an insider view of the life of a TV and Movie Extr

Doctor Who Extra Time by Richard Dungworth

Title Doctor Who Extra Time
Author Richard Dungworth
Publisher Penguin UK
Release 2016-08-04
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1405926341
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Extra Time, the Eleventh Doctor and his friends head to the 1966 World Cup final. While the Doctor and Amy discover that the Time Lord isn't the only alien visiting Wembley, Rory finds himself playing a crucial role in this historic England vs. West Germany football match . . .

Title Reading Planet Extra Time Turquoise Comet Street Kids
Author Adam Guillain
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2017-08-29
Category Education
Total Pages 24
ISBN 1471896846
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Comet Street Kids reading books follow the adventures of Rav, Asha, Tess and Finn, four of the residents of Comet Street. There are 72 exciting stories in the series that children won't be able to put down. It’s Saturday morning, and Finn and Tess can’t wait to play in their football match. But they don’t have very much time to get there – especially as Tess has overslept and has taken ages to get ready. Will the twins miss the match completely? Reading age: 6-7 years

Title David Weir Extra Time My Autobiography
Author David Weir
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2011-09-15
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 352
ISBN 144473377X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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David Weir's career is a tale of triumph on the pitch but also of victory over the assumption all top-level footballers are finished in their mid-30s. Weir, who turned 41 in May 2011, is the oldest outfield player to represent Rangers since 1945, passing the mark set by their famous full-back, Jock 'Tiger' Shaw. In this revealing autobiography, Weir gives an insight into the high of playing in the 1998 World Cup finals for his country to the low of the chaotic 2-2 draw in the Faroes four years later which led to his decision to stop playing for Scotland. For the first time, he gives his side of the story. How he felt Berti Vogts, Scotland's boss, used him as a scapegoat. Many felt Weir's international career would end on that sour note and that his club career was approaching its conclusion, too. He was 32 and David Moyes, his manager at Everton, made no secret he was on the lookout for new, younger defenders. Like thousands of footballers before him, Weir could just have accepted his time was up. He had a young family and a father who was suffering from Alzheimer's to help care for and self-doubt gnawed at him. Could he cut it any more? Instead, he moved to Rangers in January 2007, making his debut for his childhood favourites at a mere 36 years and 236 days and has helped them to eight trophies since and a European final in 2008. Weir's is a story of battling against the odds to keep playing at the top level and proving he could, despite the doubts of others and indeed himself.

Extra Time by Daniel Gray

Title Extra Time
Author Daniel Gray
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2020-10-29
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1472980387
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Featured in The Scotsman's Sport Books of 2020 A collection of lyrical sweet-nothings whispered to late goals, local radio commentators, referees falling over and 47 other reminders of why we love football. Despite its flaws and excesses, modern football is still sprinkled with simple yet beguiling delights. In his previous book Saturday, 3pm, Daniel Gray captured many of them. Now he is back with a further 50 short essays of prose poetry dedicated to the game's charming, technicolour minutiae. From club lottos to undeserved wins, and from pitch-invading animals to the roar after a minute's silence, Extra Time is another romantic celebration of football fandom and its shared joys, habits, eccentricities and peculiarities. It is a salute to keepers going forward for corners, match balls landing on stand roofs and goals scored in quick succession. These chapters offer a gleeful antidote to disillusionment with modern football, VAR and all. They are reminders of why we care and justifications for our devotion. Each warmly evokes this sport's blessed capacity to offer escape and diversion. Let us share the delight once more.

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