Bright Red: The Liverpool-Manchester United Matches Paperback – 13 Sep 2012
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About the Author
Mark Metcalf is a well-known and prolific sports writer with a speciality in pre-first world war football. He has written widely as a journalist, and is the author of many football books for Amberley. He lives in West Yorkshire.
Tony Bugby is a sports journalist and has been a fan of the Latics for over forty years. He covered the club as a journalist for the Oldham Chronicle, and is currently the club's website editor. He lives in Oldham.
Leslie Millman has the finest collection of Man U memorabilia in private hands.
Top Customer Reviews
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I am also recommend to more LFC supporters (maybe some United supporters as well).
This book contains 223 pages. I just finished page 140. I was reading another book when I bought this one. It had 371 pages. So I had to finish that book, before I started reading the book that I bought from you. And even though I love a book, I can go a week without reading anything, and then read a lot one day.
But I am still giving it a 5, even though I have 83 pages left.
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