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Everygame: New Official History of Kilmarnock Football Club Hardcover – 15 Nov 2001
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A novel approach brings a breath of fresh air to the club history format -- Scottish Football Historian
Hurlford or Hearts, Renton or Real Madrid, it's all there.
No substitute when it comes to Killie book -- Kilmarnock Standard Nov 23rd 2001
Its good when people write books and still think of me-Scotland international Ian Durrant -- Daily Record Nov 2001
Meticulously researched and written -- Daily Mail Nov 2001
another massive and lavishly illustrated volume
all you could ever want to know
David Ross, author, poet and tragedian -- Sunday Herald Dec 9th 2001
From the Author
This ALL-NEW history of Kilmarnock FC tells the story of Scotland's oldest professional football club from Victorian times to the 21st century. A journey lasting over 130 years with many exciting incidents along the way. Championship battles and relegation struggles. Scottish Cup glory and Hampden heartbreaks. You'll find them all in these pages.
178 pages of text tells Killie's story in an A-Z format, starting with matches against Abercorn and ending with Zurich. This has allowed me to give greater prominence to games against the clubs Kilmarnock have played more regularly than others while still afording adequate coverage of some of the more obscure opponents. It has also enabled me to provide some background details of some of the lesser-known sides.
This format has also given me greater scope in dealing with some of the more memorable matches such as Cup Finals, championship deciders and big European games.
There are 110 pages of statistics covering line-ups, results, scorers, and crowds. There are also a series of mini-stats on the text pages, enabling the reader to know where to find greater details on the stats pages.
The end result is, I hope, a volume that is easy to read either as a whole or to be dipped into as and when the reader fancies.
I hope I have been able to do justice to the story of one of Scotland's greatest football clubs but it is the reader who will be the arbiter of that. If you get half the pleasure from reading this book that I received from writing it, then I'll know it has been a job worth doing.See all Product description
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