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Title Massive Attack True Stories From the Fontline of Tottenham s Staunchest Fans
Author Trevor Tanner
Publisher Kings Road Publishing
Release 2010-11-25
Category Social Science
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1782195629
Language English, Spanish, and French
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I think it's pretty well accepted that Spurs are the Guv'nors now!''To my horror I see to my right my pal holding his hand, slumped against a wall and pouring with blood.'From the author of the bestselling Tottenham Massive comes this incendiary follow-up - the most searingly honest and brutal book ever written about football.Trevor Tanner is the man at the head of the Tottenham Massive. In this all new account of life with the firm, he reveals the emotional stress and headache of the year long trial which resulted in him walking out a free man - but not before he'd gone on the run for a month and seen the stress the case put his family and close friends under. He tells how it feels to have left the legacy for what is arguably the best firm the country has seen in more than 20 years.'To be honest, in my mind, Millwall are the only team who could probably give us a bit of a go

Tottenham Massive by Trevor Tanner

Title Tottenham Massive
Author Trevor Tanner
Publisher John Blake
Release 2007-04
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 306
ISBN 9781844543519
Language English, Spanish, and French
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There have been many books written about soccer’s most uncompromising firms, but for years little has been revealed about one of the most secretive and ruthless of them all—Spurs. And for the last 15 years, the “Tottenham Massive” have been nurtured and guided by one individual: Trevor Tanner. In his explosive first book, Tanner is brutally honest in his quest to set the record straight about the truth behind Spurs' formidable notoriety and the way in which they have succeeded in forcing themselves into the minds of all connected to soccer. His first-hand account tells of the brutal 10-year war with the Spurs most hated rivals Chelsea, his mission to command respect for his firm, often at the expense of his own freedom, and his battle to secure custody of his beloved daughter.

Title Football and Accelerated Culture
Author Steve Redhead
Publisher Routledge
Release 2015-06-26
Category Social Science
Total Pages 124
ISBN 1317411552
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Football and Accelerated Culture, Steve Redhead offers a new and challenging theorisation of global football culture, exploring the relationship between sport and culture in a rapidly shifting world. Incorporating cutting-edge concepts, from accelerated culture and claustropolitanism to non-postmodernity, he reflects on the demise of working class football cultures and the rapid media globalisation of ‘the people’s game’. Drawing on international empirical research and a unique and ground-breaking study of football hooligan memoirs, the book delves into a wide array of disciplines, examining fascinating topics such as the relationship between music and football; hooligans and ultras; the rise of social media and anti-modern football movements; and ultra-realist criminology. Football and Accelerated Culture offers a new way of thinking about sporting cultures that expands the boundaries of physical cultural studies. As such, it is important reading for anybody with an interest in the culture of sport and leisure, social theory, communication studies, criminology or socio-legal studies.

Massive Attack by Trevor Tanner

Title Massive Attack
Author Trevor Tanner
Publisher John Blake
Release 2010-01-25
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781844547302
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the author of the best-selling Tottenham Massive comes this incredible follow-up—the most searingly honest and brutal book ever written about football. In this all new account of life with the firm, he reveals the emotional stress and headache of the year long trial which resulted in him walking out a free man—but not before he'd gone on the run for a month and seen the stress the case put his family and close friends under. He tells how it feels to have left the legacy of what is arguable the best firm the country has seen in more than 20 years. There has been betrayal, jealousy and bitter rivalry on the way. But Trevor knows more than most how that comes with the territory and he'll never complain about having to deal with it—his way.

Hooligans 2 by Andy Nicholls

Title Hooligans 2
Author Andy Nicholls
Publisher Milo Books Ltd
Release 2007-06-12
Category Social Science
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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'The real history of soccer violence.' LOADED 'A comprehensive look at some of Britain's most notorious hooligan factions.' LADS MAG From the authors of the acclaimed "HOOLIGANS: The A-L" comes the final part of the only comprehensive guide ever written to the darker side of modern football history. Here are the stories of every soccer hooligan gang, from the Cool Cats of Manchester City to the Subway Army of Wolverhampton Wanderers and the Nomad Society of York City. Authors Andy Nicholls and Nick Lowles interviewed scores of current and former hooligans to compile a definitive encyclopedia of the firms. Each club has an entry listing the names of its gangs, how they formed, their worst fights, their bitterest rivals and police operations against them. Read the histories of the Naughty Forty, the Drunk and Disorderly Firm, the Affray Team, the 6.57 Crew, the Fine Young Casuals, the Inside Crew, the Goon Squad and many more. "HOOLIGANS 2" is the ultimate guide to a fascinating but much misunderstood subject.

Born to Manage by Terry Venables

Title Born to Manage
Author Terry Venables
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2014-05-22
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 432
ISBN 1471129942
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After a playing career that spanned more than 15 years, and took in golden spells in the sixties with Chelsea and Spurs, it was almost inevitable that Terry Venables would move into management. Following early success with Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers, he was appointed to the plum job of managing Barcelona, one of the biggest clubs in Europe. The Spanish giants had been struggling, but he soon turned them around and brought them trophy success, which inevitably earned him the nickname 'El Tel'. He returned to England to take charge of Spurs, where he helped save the club from financial troubles, and formed an ill-fated partnership with Alan Sugar. Again there was trophy success, as Venables worked with top England stars such as Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker and Chris Waddle, and when the England job fell vacant, he was the obvious choice for the role, leading the nation to the semi-finals of Euro 96 where they lost out on a place in the final after a penalty shoot-out. After leaving the England job, he has subsequently worked in numerous different roles. A charismatic and gregarious personality, Venables is widely viewed as one of football's great tacticians and is the most successful English manager of recent years. His story is sure to fascinate and entertain all followers of the game, providing a unique insight based on more than 50 years at the top.

Football Hooligans by Nigel Cawthorne

Title Football Hooligans
Author Nigel Cawthorne
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2012-08-16
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1849017670
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First-hand accounts of football violence, from infamous Millwall to Man U. Once dubbed 'the English disease', British match-day thuggery has spread right across Europe and beyond. Here is the inside story of that phenomenon from those that were there, taking part in the mayhem. 'Yob Laureate' Dougie Brimson and his brother Eddy offer a compelling description of match-day madness; Colin Ward goes steaming in, while other pieces detail the irresistible aggro of the local Derby, the tragedy inside Heysel Stadium and the violence surrounding England's 1998 World Cup match against Tunisia. Finally, Dougie Brimson asks if the police are not just another 'firm', simply participants in the violence.

Shirts Shorts and Spurs by Roy Reyland

Title Shirts Shorts and Spurs
Author Roy Reyland
Publisher Kings Road Publishing
Release 2011-07-04
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 330
ISBN 1843587726
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This hilarious romp charts the dramatic ups and downs of Tottenham Hotspur, as seen through the eyes of one of its most unlikely heroes: Roy Reyland, the loyal kit man who has served Spurs for thirty years. Outlasting no less than 18 managers, Roy has seen it all and worked with some of White Hart Lane's biggest stars -- from Ardiles and Gazza to Klinsmann and Ginola. As the club's unofficial agony aunt, Roy has seen the tears and the triumphs, the dressing-room pranks, and has a unique insight into the inner-workings of the legendary Premiership side. He has visited Wembley more times that many top players have, and his story is one of total devotion to the club. A revelatory and heart-warming book, Shirts,Shorts and Spurs is a highly original, alternative account of the amazing history of Tottenham Hotspur FC.

Tribal Play by Kevin Young

Title Tribal Play
Author Kevin Young
Publisher Emerald Group Publishing
Release 2008
Category Social Science
Total Pages 377
ISBN 0762312939
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traceable as far back as the work of the path-breaking Chicago School of Sociology in the 1920s and 1930s, subculture and counterculture have long been conceptual staples of the discipline. Implemented originally to designate and describe smaller, often deviant or delinquent, groups within larger social communities, the terms gained pace in their use in mid-twentieth century criminological research, and especially with the development of Cultural Studies in the United Kingdom in the 1970s, where they became widely used to describe processes of social class-based opposition, resistance and protest. More recently, sociologists have moved beyond a strict conformity-resistance model in accounting for the behaviour of sub-communities that coalesce around particular values, behaviours, or preferences.Indeed, contemporary sociological research has raised the possibility that the term subculture in particular may have entirely outgrown its usefulness. While the term counterculture has also languished, there is no doubt that the sorts of social groups to which these terms have historically referred are more extensive and colourful than ever. Certainly this is the case in sport. Put simply, all societies are replete with their own versions of Tribal Play which encompass and represent wider social patterns, processes, and struggles.This volume is a collection of 16 readings on aspects of sub-community life in sport that showcases the breadth and depth of sport subcultural research by a group of international scholars representing varied theoretical and methodological orientations. Some of the sport communities examined include soccer hooligans, endurance athletes, disabled athletes, environmentally conscious surfers, and X-Games participants.This fourth volume in th

Title Football Hooliganism Fan Behaviour and Crime
Author M. Hopkins
Publisher Springer
Release 2014-05-13
Category Social Science
Total Pages 312
ISBN 113734797X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Focusing on a number of contemporary research themes and placing them within the context of palpable changes that have occurred within football in recent years, this timely collection brings together essays about football, crime and fan behaviour from leading experts in the fields of criminology, law, sociology, psychology and cultural studies.

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