Celtic coverage in current edition of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazine #150
Celtic coverage in current edition of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazine #150
Celtic coverage in current edition of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazine #150
Celtic coverage in current edition of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazine #150

Celtic coverage in current edition of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazine #150

See below for details NOW IN FULL COLOUR, with extra pages. The current issue of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazine, a 32 page quarterly magazine devoted to the history and heritage of Scottish football. Please note: This item is also on BUY IT NOW, at the same price, under the following listing on e Bay: Summer 2019 edition of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazi...   Item number 372716931879 Contents of this issue, No. 150,  Summer 2019, include:     Dons jousts with English teams in 1938 by Peter Myers Willie Lawson, Window Cleaner & Footballer Andrew Wilson, a Tale of Three Hats by Gordon Mc Creath Dunfermline Athletic & The Scottish Blackburn Rovers by Gordon Baird Major Feature on Motherwell : First Division Champions 1931-32  by Jim Stewart The Patrick  Mc Manus Puzzle by Robert Bradley & Douglas Gorman Major feature and obituary on Billy Mc Neill Managers with an East Fife Connection by Jim Stewart A Bit of a Doo by David A. Allan The Currie Family by David A. Allan Obituaries of  Carl Bertelsen, Ivor Broadis, Workington's Bobby Brown, Bobby Buchan, Bobby " Red" Campbell, Tom Cargill, Stevie Chalmers, Ernie Collumbine, Harry Hood, Ian Jeffrey, Lawrie Leslie, Roy Mc Dowell, Ian Mc Farlane, Billy Mc Pheat, Kit Napier, Jim Riddle, Jimmy Shanks, George Smith, Jake Young and others.  Each edition comprises 32 pages and contains original research on the history of the game in Scotland, its  personalities, players, teams etc. ; reproductions of long-forgotten articles on Scottish Football History ; book reviews, obituaries, exchange of information, and news and views of interest to all those with an interest in the history of Scottish Football.. Recent back issues of Scottish Football Historian are also listed for sale on e Bay There may be discounts on postage of sales of multiple items.  Please ask for an invoice if you buy more than one item. Also available from this seller, on straight-sale, BUY IT NOW on e Bay A GREAT NEW NOVEL FOR SCOTTISH FOOTBALL FANS   HOW SCOTLAND WON THE WORLD CUP          A novel by John Jackson   The ultimate feel-good book for every Scot It is Wednesday February 7th 2018, and St Johnstone manager Jimmy Murray is watching a Scottish Cup replay between Hearts and Dunfermline Athletic.   As he is leaving the stadium he has two conversations which start a sequence of events over the next 151 days which will change his life - and the lives of every Scot - and the course of World Football History.    The twists and turns of how Scotland won the 2018 World Cup are thrillingly described in this 260 page softback novel. A HISTORY AND GUIDE TO FOOTBALL PROGRAMMES by John Litster New 130 page book, revised and updated from the now out-of print 2000 version, including 130 new illustrations. Written by Programme Monthly founding editor John Litster, this book presents the history of famous and antique programmes. and A MUST- READ BOOK FOR SCOTTISH FOOTBALL FANS   50 YEARS OF SCOTTISH FOOTBALL   From Baxter to Balde, from The Beatles to Bankruptcy       1963 to 2013 described and remembered by John Litster        ( It was nearly called Fifty Shades of Green and Blue !) In 306 pages of text, Scottish football historian and former football club administrator John Litster describes his 50 years of watching Scottish football, his studies of the way the game has developed and is operated, and the changes he has noticed since he attended his first football match on 26th October 1963.   He describes the new experiences he encountered as grounds were visited for the first time ; history-changing matches were attended ; great players and teams were seen ; notable careers were started, and ended.  There is coverage of the new influences in the game (agents, internet, television, the Bosman rule, all seated stadia etc) and the waning of the old ( Saturday night sports papers, terraces, native Scots in top division and international teams etc)   First hand accounts of several key incidents in the game contribute to this picture of changing times - St Johnstone’s surprise sacking of Alex Totten, Graeme Souness’s row with a tea lady, when Fergie thought Hearts had won the League, and several others.   These stories, personal observations, opinions, constructive criticism and human interest stories are interwoven with a history of Scottish football from 1963 to 2013, packed into 306 pages of text - there are no statistics or photographs. OTHER BOOKS ON FOOTBALL PROGRAMME COLLECTING, AND SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORY, BY THIS SELLER, ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON Buy It Now ON e Bay

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