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The Boys From The Mersey: The Story of the Annie Road End Crew, Football's First Clobbered-up Mob by [Allt, Nicholas]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1147 KB
  • Print Length: 272 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0050Q4QZO
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews
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great stories slow start though I was screaming Liverpool were first we get it no need to bang on so much not many lies told unlike the usual works of fiction
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Although the writer is a Liverpool supporter I don't think he should be proud of some of the things he has done following the Reds.
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I have read a lot of hooligan books and some of these stories would be better on jackanory being a everton fan stick to andy nicholls book scally at least I know most of these stories are true
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It brought proper scouses down I was a bit of a lad when young I would never do some of the things that this guy did
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What a brilliant, brilliant story. Reads like a full on comedy caper. Anymore books by this guy?
I was given this when travelling to watch Ireland in a World Cup qualifier and couldn't
put it down. Hilarious tales of following your team at all costs. Different gravy. Problem is,
all the big plastic hard cases who write made-up drivel are gonna hate this, and all the lads
who truly went the game week-in, week-out are gonna know its the truth and love it - if they're not
jealous of the travelling done, and the stories on offer. You'll never be able to live like this ever again.
A Social document with serious humour. Loved it.
Nicky - well done squire.
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This book helped me to understand where the fault lay in the Liverpool match at Hillsborough.
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I found this book to be a totally different tale from the other "we legged 'em" football hooligan books.
The Liverpool crew seemed to be more interested in the craic, and various "shopping" trips around the glitzy european cities rather than the mindless violence other firms in britain partake in.
Good Book, Good Read.And you don't need to be a liverpool fan to enjoy it.
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Format: Hardcover
if this the same book that was in the local libuary but is in a different cover now
the book is worth buying just too read about the soho insident(passports)
etc
the gang rape and the tragic loss of lifes in sheffield are not nice too read about and found it pretty grim, but thats the real world its not all ways nice
but back too the soho insident i was crying my eyes out for hours it was that funny!
many thanks
nicky please write another book please !!!
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