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Got, Not Got: The Lost World of Manchester City Hardcover – Illustrated, 1 May 2014
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"The authors have tapped into a rich vein of nostalgia by identifying the kind of memorabilia we will all have had at one time or another. I found myself transported back to my earlier days of watching football, swapping cards in the school playground and collecting autographs at the ground. Lovely books and they really have hit on a good formula. If they've done one for your club it's well worth the outlay to buy it - you might well find your own collection is not as complete as you once imagined it to be." --Programme Monthly & Football Collectable
"There's a whole series of books called Got, Not Got: brilliant books looking back at old football memorabilia." --James Brown, talkSPORT
"The Got Not Got books play it simple, to devastating effect. Long-forgotten childhood joys unexpectedly come flooding back." --Sunday Mirror Booked! - Football Books of the Month
"The English publisher Pitch Publishing provides a series of books with a clear penchant for soccer romance. It covers the period from 1960 to 1990, when the commercial monstrosity of the Champions League so it was not yet invented. The books are treasure chests of memories and memorabilia, such as badges, football towns, programs, shirts, scarves, long-playing plates and old elftal and stadium photos." --Panenka magazine, Holland
"The strength of this book is its illustrations, and it will appeal to a certain generation, accurately described on the cover as a Junior Blue, one of the army of obsessives when Joe Mercer's lads won the League." --Programme Monthly & Football Collectable
About the Author
Derek Hammond has written about football and music for FourFourTwo, club programmes, mirror.co.uk and the NME. Gary Silke is editor of The Fox, one of the original and oldest football fanzines still in existence. The pair have provided football cards for The Onion Bag, BBC1's Match of the Seventies/Eighties and the National Football Museum.
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