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on 22 March 2017
True life
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on 5 April 2017
Good read ,glad someone is telling the old stories.Been at united for 50 years.Most of the old boys are dying off now .The world of football support is so sterile now.
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on 6 June 2017
good story to it
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on 31 July 2017
Another top book from Mr Blaney....entertaining as ever.....and that's comin from a City fan
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on 15 February 2017
This is a brilliant, cracking read, true story and a great respect to Colin for doing this book. It's written in a bright and easy to read style. Quality insight into the Manchester scene over the years. Colin also gives a great insight into the life of Mancunian lads. Just how it happened, doesn't matter what firm you are/or were with, pick this book up and it told the truth how it was. I couldn't put it down I just wanted to find out what happened in the end in each one of the stories being told. Colin Blaney is a talented writer and tells his stories brilliantly.
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on 4 September 2014
This is a really good book well written & told in such a way as to make the reader eager to turn every page to see what happens next. Having different people tell their own stories does not stop the book flowing either and adds to the whole experience. Its not just a football , by any means, its a great story of the ICJ's activities across Europe, and you get to see a lot of more than just the usual `we ran em`
With CCTV and improved policing across Europe, together less tolerance and more political correctness paralysing debate and actions I doubt this story will be written again - savour it.
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on 7 April 2016
go half way through. decent read but a right bunch of gyppos. in one chapter one bloke describes how his illegitimate daughter visits him from holland for the first time in ages and gets knocked up by a "Manc lad" of which he seems proud. real low-life stuff.
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on 6 August 2014
This is a top read for anyone and an even better read for the people who were involved in similar activities, the other two books I have read I strongly recommend.hotshot and grafters Colin blarney writes it as it was no holds barred.
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on 6 December 2014
Amazing insight into this lifestyle. Easy to read and well written. Also interesting to read the current situation and how his life has moved on during last 40 years. This is a social history
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on 1 September 2014
This is not another boring hooligan book, this is a true account of lads cutting it abroad under conditions that only the masters of streetwise mentality could handle. Colin Blaney and the ICJ speak with eye account detail of their travels and dangers they faced and overcome and still live to tell the tale. This book is not just for Manchester but for all casuals alike, certainly a refreshing read after so many disappointing boring books from hooligans up and down the country.
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