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Swansea City Miscellany: Swans Trivia, History, Facts and Stats Hardcover – Illustrated, 16 Sep 2015
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"A pocket-sized treasure trove of 'history, facts and stats'. It's idiosyncratic, random, and entertaining. A great little book to dip in and out of, either testing your knowledge if you're a supporter or just broadening your trivia base if you're not! Just open at random and enjoy the indulgence of learning about people, places and events that you will be able to amaze or bore other folk with. Which Swans player made sure his wife was locked on the team bus? David Stewart in 1981, because they'd always lost when she watched. It worked too. The marvellous array of miscellany that surrounds football clubs - good fun. After all who doesn't want to know that if you live in South Wales then your post may have been delivered by an ex-Swan? [Six players] all worked for the Post Office after football. The wonder of miscellany!" --Programme Monthly & Football Collectable
About the Author
Chris Carra is the author of Swansea City Greatest Games, which was his first book, published in 2014. An award-winning blogger and freelance writer from Swansea, Chris writes regularly on an array of topics for both local and national media, and has contributed Swansea City opinion to Metro, The Sunday Times and BBC Radio Wales.
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