A must for every Carlisle United obsessive. This book will settle once for all any argument in the Beehive. --Richard Eccles, Carlisle Living Magazine (Editor)
Any football fan knows that filling those days and hours between matches can be long and tedious. If you are on a winning run (they tell me!), you can't wait for the next triumph. If you are on a losing streak (tell me about it!), that eternal spring of hope that the next game will see your luck change, just cannot come soon enough. What do you do between games when your mind is only on football (apart from watching ITV)? Well, here at last is the best solution I have seen for years: The Official Carlisle Quiz Book, guaranteed to fill the gap between the action. Engage your brain, your memory and your intuition, and 118 pages of history and learning about your club. Brilliant. If you haven't got your copy, you're not a supporter! --Michael Grade CBE, ITV PLC (Executive Chairman)
If you're a real Carlisle fan can you really resist this test? Find out how much a fan you are with some brain teasers for only the most knowledgeable follower. --Carol Malia, BBC News Look North (Presenter)
An interesting study of Carlisle United. A team very close to my heart, so many great characters and players have played for this famous team. --John Gorman, Carlisle United Football Club
Get even half the questions right and you can be counted as Blue to the core. A great way to fill those non-match nights. --Steve Johnston, Times & Star (Editor)
About the Author
Chris Cowlin: Chris has compiled many quiz books and has raised thousands of pounds for various charities with the sales of his books. He has compiled books on football (various clubs), cricket, the Carry On films and television. Kevin Snelgrove: Kevin was born in 1960 in Frome, a small town in the countryside of East Somerset. Kevin's first published book was 'The Official Carry On Facts, Figures & Statistics', he then went on to compile many football quiz books. John DT White: John has been a sports fan since he was able to kick a ball around the streets of Belfast. George Best was his boyhood hero and has supported Manchester United all his life. The author currently lives in Belfast with his wife Janice and his two sons, Marc and Paul.