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Naughty: The Story of a Football Hooligan Gang Paperback – 1 Jun 2004
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'Shows the psychology behind the brutality. One of the most frank accounts of the yobbo mindset.' (Ice Magazine)
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But the NAUGHTY FORTY book is one of the better books to have hit the bookshelves with Mark Chester giving a fairly obvious honest account of events and the social side of being involved in a firm.
The book is clearly tailored for "lad culture" and those who study the enigma of football violence.
Some accounts willbe shocking to those who are uninitiated but relevant and common to those who have participated or are stillactive.
Mark Chester uses a verytrue quotation in the book when he states that"only those who have had that adrenalin rush from organised football violence" can relate to what it is all about, there are many who try to explain the reasons why people get involved in the violence but they are only looking in from the outside, thus making this book good reading from those who have actually been there and understand what the attraction is.
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Yes very good read , honest account of football violence, also some good moments of humor , well done mark chester.Published 11 months ago by glenn maginnis
Great all round story as it wasn't just about one person but a life around the big picture..great stuffPublished 20 months ago by darren