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Scally: Confessions of a Category C Football Hooligan by [Nicholls, Andy]
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'Full of high profile tear-ups with most of the major UK firms.' (Loaded Magazine) -- LOADED

'Remarkably candid.' (Penthouse Magazine) -- PENTHOUSE

'Stop this thug now!' (Liverpool Echo)
-- LIVERPOOL ECHO

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'Remarkably candid.' (Penthouse Magazine)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 891 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Milo Books Ltd (17 May 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0051I4MX2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #70,653 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A real good insight view from who was there when there was wart on the terrace. Hard to put down if you want to know the real story
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Once all primitive societies had a Warrior class. Such men were the tribes most respected members due to their preparedness to go to war and fight to the death. These men would have been treated as heroes. In more modern time they are treated as nutters. However, on the other hand, if football hooligans did not behave as they did, there would not have been the fences at football grounds which led to disasters.
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Garbage.
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having never been a part of the hooligan side of football i found most of these types of books over the top,for me football away days have been about the banter the beer and having a laugh not going home to the mrs and kids with black eyes,back in the 80s you couldent help but bump into trouble now again and some of the tales i found to be bigged up but in this book theres a refrence to a game that i was at and in fairness to the author as i remember it he got it spot on and i have no doubts mr nicholls has told the truth hear to the best of his memory so if you read the hoolie books andys has to be the best ive read to date and as you read it you start to feel as you know a bit more about him and i for one am pleased hes found some thing in his life to make him happy,nice andy..
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'Scally' was one of the first hoolie genre book I've read. This book made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up reading it. A genuine account of the footballing casual scene in Liverpool. Well written and lots of great memories for the old school football supporters and the hooligans, who were part of that era. It gives detailed accounts of various clashes they had, both on home soil and in Europe over the years. Couldn't put it down from start to finish. Top read
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Not a true account of the truth in this book
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Extremely happy
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Having read most of the first generation of hoolie books, where the authors always seemed to give a good kicking to every firm they ever met regardless of the numbers, it was refreshing to read an account from someone who wasn't afraid to say he was put on his backside a few times. Nicholls has probably had the benefit of learning from the mistakes of his predecessors and shows some degree of humility in the various tales he tells. This makes for a more honest and believable read than many of the other titles available in this ever increasing genre. Yes there's lots of reference to, '...80 of our top boys were met by 150 of their mob etc' but it never descends into the realms of superhero-style fantasy where he is battering whole firms on his own. The book is well written and gives detailed, and often humourous, accounts of various clashes they had, both on home soil and in Europe, over a number of years. One of the best books of its kind that I've read, and that's discounting the fact I'm an Evertonian!!
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