Mark Metcalf has become a prolific writer, and has now published more football books about the pre-WW1 era that anyone else.
Below are examples of some of his best books – click on the links to discover more about them and how you can purchase a copy.
Fred Spiksley ~ £12.99 (free P+P) – paperback edition due in April 2021
More of Mark’s books on FOOTBALL
Anti-Nazi League – a Critical Examination 1977-81/2 and 1992-5
Betty Gallacher – Standing up for all workers

Betty was recently interviewed for 20 minutes by Sarah Gorrell on BBC Radio Sussex : listen to this interview

Listen to Betty Gallagher podcast

Betty Tebbs – a radical working-class hero
Betty Tebbs, a radical working class hero – online talk by Mark Metcalf, 20.5.20
Booklets for Unite Education department on Tom Jones, the 1889 Great Dock Strike, Julia Varley, Tony Hall and Benny Rothman
Charlie Hurley – the greatest centre half the world has ever seen
Disabled football fans organise
Edward McHugh – radical trade unionist
Ellen Strange

Stanley Taggart : an ordinary man who helped make it an extraordinary day

Click to read the whole publication
Images of the Past: the Miners’ Strike

if you buy one book on the strike buy this one [Daily Mirror]

Jack Cornish – how I am helping a young North East award winning author
Mohammad Taj: Steering from the front 

Listen to Mark being interviewed about his UNITE publications (and the documentary) in a 2019 interview on Halifax community radio station Phoenix Radio

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