In the sophisticated noughties, so we're told, football hooliganism is a thing of the past. They ought to try telling it to Cardiff City's Real Soul Crew . . . For four decades now, the Cardiff boys have been one of the most active football firms to travel the length and breadth of the UK. From the Welsh capital and the valleys to the London grounds of arch-rival firms Spurs and Millwall, the Soul Crew have made their presence felt - challenging all comers but never, they insist, taking on anyone who wasn't asking for a fight in the first place. Published in a new professionally designed and edited compendium volume, the grassroots cult books of Cardiff fan Abraham are presented between one cover for the first time. From tear-ups at local derbies to time spent in a continental jail, the author chronicles his fellow fans' trials and tribulations - as well as their triumphs.