The Roar of the Crowd: Following Scottish Football Down the Years Paperback – 1 Jan 2005
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a beautifully realised piece of fiction. . .
with compelling and exhilarating style -- West Highland Free Press
humour mingles with tragedy. . . enjoy the quality of the writing,
savour it story by story -- Scots Magazine
vibrant and vivid -- Sunday Herald
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Sadly it only confirmed that big crowds at a lot of the smaller clubs have gone for good and Rangers and Celtic are gradually sucking the life blood out of Scottish Football by fans willing to travel watch them rather than there local teams. Also the utter monotony of Rangers and Celtic winning year after
year - would you go to the pictures or read a book if you know the ending.
Nevertheless this book is really informative. It was great to find the average crowds year on year. As a Morton fan it was really interesting to see how the club has faired for attendances against the other clubs, especially in the club's great days of the 1960's. I read this book from cover to cover and strongly recommend the book to anyone interested in Scottish Football.