First Season
The Origins of the Football League, The First Season, 1888/89” by Mark Metcalf (Amberley, £14.99).
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Out in April 2014. Pre-order your copy. Get 20% off.
Charlie Hurley
The Greatest Centre Half The World Has Ever Seen - £13.50
Frank Swift
Frank Swift was Manchester City's first
goalkeeping legend. This book details those heady times and is available now.
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Stan Anderson
Captain of the North - £17.99

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ebook : Gary Lineker : £1.64
ebook : Ernie Taylor : £1.64
ebook : Niall Quinn
Total Football
Total Football - £12.99
Sunderland AFC 1935-37
ebook only £1.64.
Sunderland AFC 1912-13 : £12.99
The story of the matches between Liverpool and Man Utd. from 1894 to the present day. £15.99. : Read the Halifax Courier review.
The Golden Boot : £18.00 : Read about Jimmy Trotter, top scorer in 1926-27.
Charlie Sagar scored Bury's second goal in the 6-0 record score demolition of Derby County in the 1903 FA Cup Final. £10.00 
ABOVE : Manchester United's First Championship 1907-08. Publisher, Derby Books. £9.99
Foreward by Gordon Taylor, PFA Chief Executive 

This is the first detailed account of Barnsley Football Club's most illustrious and successful period. Between 1910 and 1912 'Battling Barnsley' won their way through to the FA Cup Final, then the most prestigious football tournament in the world, on not one but two occasions and capped things off by beating West Bromwich Albion in the 1912 final replay at Bramall Lane, Sheffield, when Arthur Fairclough 'lifted the Cup' for the only time, so far, in the Club's long history.