"The Sheffield United" - a book on the Blades like no other, packed with facts, stats, trivia, stories and legends. Sheffield United FC enjoy a notable history. Names such as Ernest Needham, Jimmy Hagan and Alan Woodward have worn the famous red and white stripes hundreds of times. As has the mercurial Tony Currie plus the infamous William 'Fatty' Foulke - a huge keeper who walked off the field at a whim and once dumped a forward on his head in a muddy penalty area. "The Sheffield United Miscellany" charts these events and many more in an intriguing format. Well known events are covered as are some priceless trivia gems - who can claim to have known the club was founded on the site of one of snooker's most hallowed venues and played the obscure winter sport of bandy. Or that Bramall Lane has hosted test match cricket? Also featured are a wide range of statistics, quotes and biographies from the club's 110-year history, making it a must for any Blade. Can you really afford not to own a copy?