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The Men In Black by [O'Neill, Tony]
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3.7 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

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'This fella is the Fergie of football-related punch-ups.' (Loaded)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 983 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Milo Books Ltd (25 April 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004XZVNZY
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #53,354 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
im neither a man u fan or anti-man u so i read both mr o'neills books as a 'neutral'.
i enjoyed them both but this one more so as its set in the time frame when i started going to football.
wether or not every account is true no one can say unless they were there but the same can be said of any book like this, you just have to read it with an open mind.
ive read almost every hooligan book out there and this is so much better than the likes of burnley, stoke , birmingham etc.
along with andy nicholls' 'scally' this is definately worth a read.
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as a non hooligan regular member of the red army had to laugh at tonys recollections of milwall away in sept 1974 . i was on the special train and no it did not break down but as only about 150 dared travel to the den on a monday we got a good kicking . admit it we werent the first and we will not be the last so just admit it .
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I was at the United Forest semi in 89 and was one of the first to come out of the ground. The version in the book early on is an intersting yarn, but very inaccurate. It is true that as a 15 year old genuine supporter, (not hooligan then or ever, these brain dead mutes used to blight many of my Saturdays) I cacked it and backed back into the ground,at which point all the Forest "townies" (as we used to call them) came charging out on mass and started beating the crap out of these mutes. We saw this as an opportunity to make our way to the train station, slowly and with scarves hidden, (yes I was and still am a scarfer). We saw many guerilla style charges by small groups of Mancs, who were invariably battered by the large number of Forest supporters and townies and then the police who batten charged them too. The nastiest incident I heard about later, (but did not personally witness the whole of) was a group of known townies who were alleged to have kicked down a low brick wall, which they then used to arm themselves. Then they mingled in with the main escort again and they found a group of Mancs near the cricket ground and began using the bricks. At this point I did see bricks flying and ran off, looking for more cover from the local police.

To my mind, this was the closest up and most protracted football violence I had personally witnessed and I would describe it (the brick incident aside) more like a junior school game of british bulldog played along the route to the station-which sums up their mentality really.

Incidently there were 12000 Forest Fans at that game who saw us win 1-0 after Franz Carr kept the ball in and crossed for Gary Parker to score. Steve Hodge cleared one off the line too, which the Mancs claimed was over! Some things never change.
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Having recently read 'Red Army General' I thought I would give this a go. Whereas I found RAG uncomfortable, it was also fascinating to get an insight into the values, thinking and behaviours of someone who was clearly in the middle of football violence.
However, I found MIB tedious. It had nothing of the same insight of RAG.
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did'nt care for this book at all,read red army general and thought that they seemed to use a lot of the same material.
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Format: Paperback
Not the best hooligan book did not grip me , his first book Red Army General is good, better than Men in Black.
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A rollercoaster ride of a book the author pulls no punches and isn't afraid to admit when he has been caught out not like some authors sometimes very funny it seems to be an honest account of what matchdays used to be.
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I was going to every game home and away watching Leeds in the 70s and 80s so I can relate to a lot of what happened with Leeds v Man U the hatred is still as intense today as it was back then this is a fairly good read about what happened on match dats
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