Diary of the Real Soul Crew - The Complete Chronicles Paperback – 16 Jul 2010
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About the Author
Annis Abraham Jnr. is a lifelong Cardiff supporter with deep-rooted connections to his club. The son of a self-made millionaire of direct Egyptian descent, he has not merely been a fan or (allegedly) a hooligan, but also an entrepreneur who has sponsored Cardiff's players, kits, vehicles, match balls and programmes.
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Top Customer Reviews
Unlike most 'hooligan' books this has accounts from both sides and not the usual 1 sided version of events with interesting stories from Chelsea, Plymouth and Brum to name but 3.
Fair play to Annis. He has produced some great books. This one IMHO is 2nd to Shattered Dreams ( a must read for CCFC fans). For anyone who grew up watching football in the 80s and 90s it is a must read.
Looking forward to Annis autobiography.
Gareth (Wilts Blue)
There are plenty of hooligan books around and Ive not seen many, if any better than 'The Complete Chronicles'. A mix of the cold hard truth of how it was mixing it with Cardiffs lads, and the humour and laughs along the way.
This book is essential reading for any lad and is as much a part of the casual scene as a pair or Trimm Trabs or Stone Island gear.
The book charts the rise and some falls of the Cardiff City Soul Crew from its earliest days right up until very recent times. It is well worth a read for anyone that is interested in Terrace Culture.
A good spread of varying input added from many different people ensure that there is something there to appeal to people with many different opinions on football culture. Read and enjoy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What an Excellent read, had this book to go on Holiday and couldnt put it down. Gives a true account of what used to go on, still goes on today but not as much as the Police are... Read morePublished on 6 Sept. 2010 by Geraint Handley
I liked this book because it was good to read what I thought was an honest book, it was interesting to read other fans from other clubs writing about Cardiff also. Read morePublished on 3 Sept. 2010 by scorpiowkd