Top positive review
on 9 April 2011
Although I can't condone this sort of thing it is interesting, if not fasinating, to read about the different hooligan gangs that were, and to a lesser extent, still are attending the games to fight with their rivals.
It was annoying to have to buy two books to have the full A-Z of the teams and their hooligan sect, but who can blame the authors for doubling up on their takings and if they had of combined both books it would have been bigger than a Ken Follett Novel, so fair play to them.
Very well written and although it is the sort of book that you can't put down, it's not the sort of book that you'd need to pick up again once you've read it. It's not really a reference book more of a one off sort of a read for anyone who is curious about the topic.
This book had to be written and it had to be read - from an educational and historical point of view its a very good book and I have no regrets buying it or reading it.