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BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:05 PM
after talking to alan and ste in the shoutbox just now,

i have decided to start a thread where we share our E BOOKS,

lets face it, we all love reading about sports stars [at least i do :lol:]

books and links to follow :ok:

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:17 PM
Andre Agassi - Open

Great story

http://www.sendspace.com/file/faho1c

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:19 PM
Dennis Bergkamp,

Stillness and Speed

http://www.sendspace.com/file/dqcuau

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:20 PM
Phillip Carlo,

The Iceman,

Confessions of a Mafia Hitman

Magic :ok:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/pom2vh

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:21 PM
Jamie Carragher,

Carra - my autobiography


it has subtitles :ok:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/lg9z34

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:23 PM
Miles Carson,

Inside the minds of football managers [some of the top managers in the game, and also walter myth :lol:]

great book :ok:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/dkhwmo

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:24 PM
Gary Neville

RED - my autobiography,


halfway thru this just now, good book :ok:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/5p15h9

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:25 PM
Dennis Law,

Hero of the stretford end, [like davie moyes is :ok:]

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hnmluv

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:26 PM
Ledley King,

King [fucking great name eh.....]

http://www.sendspace.com/file/dy1mdf

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:36 PM
Frank Lampard,

at home with dermos sister :lol:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/n027lt

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:37 PM
Matt le Tissier,

taking the tiss

http://www.sendspace.com/file/j8qk5v

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:39 PM
Harry Redknapp,

always managing,

he comes across as being thick as fuck

http://www.sendspace.com/file/lqxzj6

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:41 PM
Sir Furious book written by paddy barclay,

Football - bwoddy hell

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vptnkr

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:45 PM
Paul Merson,

how not to be a pro footballer

http://www.sendspace.com/file/q9aju0

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:47 PM
Sir Alex :hail:

My Autobiography,


- http://www.sendspace.com/file/aybsiv

i also have the audio book if you want it?

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:49 PM
Suggs,

That Close - http://www.sendspace.com/file/dxta5k

another great book :ok:

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:50 PM
Zlatan

I am Zlatan

http://www.sendspace.com/file/g35am8


good book :ok:

BeezerCeltic1967
22-02-14, 11:50 PM
that's yer lot for now you wankers,
don't say im not good to you,
and get sharing :ok:

Topofthekop
23-02-14, 05:07 PM
If ya have anymore Liverpool ones then upload em please Beez. I dont have any Ebooks myself.. but downloaded Carra's to read. Thanks :ok:

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 12:56 PM
Don't think i have any more mate, if i get any i will fire them up tho :ok:

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:13 PM
7 Deadly Sins,

David Walsh on Lance Armstrong

http://www.sendspace.com/file/fogzkn

story of Lance Armstrong - the cyclist who recovered from testicular cancer and went on to win the Tour de France a record seven times, the man who wrote a bestselling and inspirational account of his life, the charitable benefactor - seemed almost too good to be true. And it was.

As early as Armstrong's first victory on the Tour in 1999, Sunday Times journalist David Walsh had reason to think that the incredible performances we were seeing from Armstrong were literally too good to be true. Based on insider information and dogged research, he began to unmask the truth. Cycling's biggest star used every weapon in his armoury to protect his name. But he could not keep everyone silent.

In the autumn of 2012, the USADA published a damning report on Armstrong that resulted in the American being stripped of his seven Tour victories and left his reputation in shreds. Walsh's long fight to reveal the truth had been vindicated. This book tells the compelling story of one man's struggle to bring that truth to light against all the odds.

Review

"An essential book for anyone interested in Armstrong, bike racing or doping." (The New Statesman )

"Part memoir, part detective story, this is a fascinating account of how Irish sports journalist David Walsh spent 13 years attempting to expose the truth about now-disgraced cyclist Armstrong’s doping... A gripping tale of one man’s determination." (Sunday Mirror )

About the Author

David Walsh is a chief sportswriter with The Sunday Times (London). A four-time Irish Sportswriter of the Year and four-time UK Sportswriter of the Year, he was also named the 2012 British Journalist of the year. Coauthor of L.A. Confidential: The Secrets of Lance Armstrong and author of From Lance to Landis: Inside the American Doping Controversy at the Tour de France, he is married with seven children and lives in Cambridge, England.

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:15 PM
Bradley Wiggins Autobiography

http://www.sendspace.com/file/xa35n2

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:16 PM
Craig Bellamy's Autobigraphy,

http://www.sendspace.com/file/6tbw42

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:20 PM
Alan Partridge

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hppgk4

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:48 PM
Toppo,

liverpool ones here mate,

http://www.sendspace.com/file/bijbbw An epics swindle, 44 months with a pair of crooks

http://www.sendspace.com/file/9dz6x9 44 years with the same bird

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vkqkbh Steven Gerrards autobiography

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:50 PM
football manager stole my life

http://www.sendspace.com/file/utyyjz

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:51 PM
Cantona = the rebel who would be king

http://www.sendspace.com/file/zwgmy9

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:52 PM
another way of winning - pep guardiola

http://www.sendspace.com/file/g76sbr

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 07:55 PM
king of the gypsies,

http://www.sendspace.com/file/nijlol


Bartley Gorman was the greatest bareknuckle fighter of modern times. He reigned as King of the Gypsies for twenty years, beating all comers in illegal contests at fairs and racetracks, down mineshafts and in quarries, on campsites and in car parks.

In this hard-hitting autobiography he lays bare the secret world of illicit prize-fighting and recalls his violent clashes with pro-boxers, martial artists, streetfighters and the lawless `Suicide Fighters' who seek out the top champions of the day. He describes great fighters of the past like the infamous Uriah `Big Just' Burton, the challenges he threw out to London hardmen Lennie McLean and Roy Shaw, and the brutal mob attack that almost cost him his life.

His extraordinary memoir also contains many rare photographs and unveils the formidable new breed of fighting travellers.

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 09:40 PM
Mark Cavendish - Boy Racer

http://www.sendspace.com/file/99lz8i




Boy Racer unmasks the manic, brutal world of professional cycling from the candid viewpoint of the sport's brash young superstar, Mark Cavendish.
Written off as fat and useless in his youth, Cavendish's hunger for success and his sheer natural ability has forged him into one of cycling's youngest phenoms — and one of cycling's most accomplished sprinters.

Some have called him cocky, but to those who dislike his style, Cav will shrug his shoulders and reply, "I know I'm good. There's no point lying about it." Cav's fearlessness in the saddle and on the record has earned him controversy and the respect of his competitors and fans.

Boy Racer brings readers into Cav's head as he sprints into cycling's canon of larger-than-life riders.

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 09:41 PM
In Search Of Robert Millar,

http://www.sendspace.com/file/q8q9gc



Throughout the 1980s, Scottish-born Robert Millar enjoyed huge success as a professional cyclist. He won the Tour of Britain, and during the 1984 Tour de France was crowned King of the Mountains and placed fourth overall, the highest rank a Briton has ever reached in the world’s toughest cycle race. When his career began to wane in the 1990s, Millar quickly removed himself from public life and has been heard from little ever since. Through interviews with friends, acquaintances, and cycling colleagues, this intriguing biography unravels the mystery behind the maverick Scotsman, arguably one of the greatest enigmas in a sport full of remarkable individuals.

Review

'As riveting a read as any detective story, as well as an intriguing attempt to separate myth from fact.' The Metro '..a prodigious work of research, (which)..delivers overdue illumination of a fascinating Scot'. The Glasgow Herald
'A classic bird-like climber, light and wiry in build, Millar was the best British cyclist, all round, since Tom Simpson.' William Fotheringham
'A fine portrait of Britain's most successful Tour de France cyclist.' 'The author's meticulous but lively book traces Millar's journey from Glasgow's tenements to the Alps and the Pyrenees, in whose company he had few peers.' The Scotsman.

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 09:49 PM
Rough Ride - Paul Kimmage


http://www.sendspace.com/file/p1wx8m

First published in 1990, Rough Ride is one of the greatest books ever written about the life of a professional athlete. Almost twenty years later, this updated edition, with a new foreword by the author which reflects on his life both inside and outside the sport.Paul Kimmage's boyhood dreams were of cycling glory: wearing the yellow jersey, cycling the Tour de France, becoming a national hero. He knew it wouldn't come easy, but he was prepared to put in the graft: he spent his teenage years cycling an average of 400 miles per week.The dedication began to pay off. As an amateur, he represented his country and finished sixth in the World Championships. In 1986 he turned professional. That's when reality hit. He soon discovered it wasn't about glory and courage, and it wasn't about how much training you put in or how much you wanted to win. It was about gruelling defeats, complete and utter exhaustion, and it was about drugs. Not drugs that would ensure victory, but drugs that would allow you to finish the race and start another day.Paul Kimmage left the sport to write this book. It is a powerful and frank account that breaks the law of silence surrounding the issue of drugs in sport. An eye-opening expose and a heartbreaking lament, it is a book that anyone interested in any sport should read.

BeezerCeltic1967
24-02-14, 09:52 PM
Jimmy Connors - The Outsider: My Autobiography


- http://www.sendspace.com/file/ygenly

Jimmy Connors took the tennis world by storm like no player in the history of the game. A shaggy-haired working-class kid from the wrong side of the tracks, he was prepared to battle for every point, to shout and scream until he was heard, and he didn't care whom he upset in doing so. He was brash, he was a brat. He was a crowd-pleaser, a revolutionary. And he won more tournaments - an astonishing 109 - than any other man in history, including eight Grand Slam singles titles.

Only now is Connors ready to set the record straight on what really happened on and off the court. The rivalry with John McEnroe, that frequently threatened to turn violent. His romance with Chris Evert, which made them the sweethearts of the sport. The escapades with his partner in crime, Ilie Nastase. The deep roots of the fierce determination that made him the best player on the planet.

This is no genteel memoir of a pillar of the tennis establishment. Unflinching, hard-hitting, humorous and passionate, this is the story of the one and only Jimmy Connors.

Fods
24-02-14, 10:17 PM
In Search Of Robert Millar,

http://www.sendspace.com/file/q8q9gc



Throughout the 1980s, Scottish-born Robert Millar enjoyed huge success as a professional cyclist. He won the Tour of Britain, and during the 1984 Tour de France was crowned King of the Mountains and placed fourth overall, the highest rank a Briton has ever reached in the world’s toughest cycle race. When his career began to wane in the 1990s, Millar quickly removed himself from public life and has been heard from little ever since. Through interviews with friends, acquaintances, and cycling colleagues, this intriguing biography unravels the mystery behind the maverick Scotsman, arguably one of the greatest enigmas in a sport full of remarkable individuals.

Review

'As riveting a read as any detective story, as well as an intriguing attempt to separate myth from fact.' The Metro '..a prodigious work of research, (which)..delivers overdue illumination of a fascinating Scot'. The Glasgow Herald
'A classic bird-like climber, light and wiry in build, Millar was the best British cyclist, all round, since Tom Simpson.' William Fotheringham
'A fine portrait of Britain's most successful Tour de France cyclist.' 'The author's meticulous but lively book traces Millar's journey from Glasgow's tenements to the Alps and the Pyrenees, in whose company he had few peers.' The Scotsman.

Thought this was Roger Milla

Topofthekop
25-02-14, 01:58 AM
Cheers Beez.. got me some reading to do :ok:

Fods
25-02-14, 09:02 AM
U can read?

moravcik
25-02-14, 09:56 AM
Can YOU?

Fods
25-02-14, 10:59 AM
erm... I think so.

moravcik
26-02-14, 12:15 AM
Sir Alex :hail:

My Autobiography,


- http://www.sendspace.com/file/aybsiv

i also have the audio book if you want it?

Cheers mate your a legend!

I wouldn't mind the audiobook also if possible?

Topofthekop
26-02-14, 01:10 AM
U can read?

Read this Fods: Fuck You! :D

BeezerCeltic1967
26-02-14, 01:14 AM
Cheers mate your a legend!
I wouldn't mind the audiobook also if possible?

I know :ok:

Ask and ye shall recieve :ok:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/bxnbg1

Fods
26-02-14, 01:51 AM
I thought the audio book comment was a joke making out he couldnt read :D

Is the Audiobook in Fergies voice?

BeezerCeltic1967
26-02-14, 11:10 AM
I thought the audio book comment was a joke making out he couldnt read :D

Is the Audiobook in Fergies voice?

course it is.

moravcik
04-03-14, 12:05 AM
I know :ok:

Ask and ye shall recieve :ok:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/bxnbg1


Hey mate does the zip have anything in it?

Having trouble downloading it onto my ipad

BeezerCeltic1967
05-03-14, 06:34 PM
Hey mate does the zip have anything in it?

Having trouble downloading it onto my ipad

No i just uploaded an empty one for the craic..:doh:
:lol:

BeezerCeltic1967
05-03-14, 06:50 PM
Above Us Only Sky
Golden Past, Red Future
Red Race
Red Revival
44 Years With The Same Bird
An Epic Swindle
Jamie Carragher
My Liverpool Home - Kenny Dalglish
S Gerrard_ My Autobiography


http://www7.zippyshare.com/v/86950937/file.html



few books in the same folder here for you liverpool lads.

BeezerCeltic1967
05-03-14, 06:51 PM
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51P1ykR5gxL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_SX342_SY445_CR,0,0,342,445_SH20_OU02_.jpg

https://www.dropbox.com/s/r0hmjzorzbrz4xf/Arsenal%20-%20Alex%20Fynn.mobi

BeezerCeltic1967
05-03-14, 06:53 PM
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/510n7FC1BGL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_SX342_SY445_CR,0,0,342,445_SH20_OU02_.jpg


https://www.dropbox.com/s/e3ma2jf476kqsub/Barca%20-%20The%20Making%20of%20the%20Greatest%20Team%20%20-%20Graham%20Hunter.mobi

BeezerCeltic1967
05-03-14, 06:55 PM
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51v7xAzd8wL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_SX342_SY445_CR,0,0,342,445_SH20_OU02_.jpg


https://www.dropbox.com/s/mes0rnhvragan8u/Football%2C%20My%20Life%20-%20Lou%20Macari.mobi

BeezerCeltic1967
05-03-14, 06:56 PM
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/510AviuO%2BmL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_SX342_SY445_CR,0,0,342,445_SH20_OU02_.jpg


http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/79403602/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
07-03-14, 01:00 PM
http://www13.zippyshare.com/v/80185306/file.html

A Life Too Short: The Tragedy of Robert Enke - Ronald Reng
Delirium: My Fascination for the 1978 World Cup Final - R.P. McQuillan
From Flat Cap to Bronx Hat - Terry Wills (West Brom support autobiography, part 1)

BeezerCeltic1967
07-03-14, 01:01 PM
Barra Brava - Dave Freeman epub

'A backpacker’s guide to Latin America and its football clubs.' This book is a raw, booze-soaked account of 18 months living, working and travelling through Central and South America. Based around 67 football matches, it is a story of a British lad’s encounters with the barra brava, Latin America’s fanatical supporters. It also documents the modern Gringo Trail, from Mexico through Colombia to Argentina, covering 18 countries along the way. This humorous backpacker’s tale touches on the history, politics and social issues encountered in the places visited. From managing a hotel on a nudist beach on Christmas Day, to attempting to get Nicaragua’s socialists to admit they murdered their greatest sportsman, this is not your average holiday diary.



http://www43.zippyshare.com/v/85144906/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
15-03-14, 06:45 PM
http://www23.zippyshare.com/v/35458475/file.html


Steven Gerrard:My Liverpool Story by Steven Gerrard
Overview: Steven Gerrard is a genuine Liverpool legend.
Captain at the age of 23.
Two FA Cups.
Three League Cups.
One UEFA Cup.
And that Champions League win.
Gerrard embodies the spirit and passion of Liverpool football club like no other in the modern era.
From the raw but talented youngster who made the jump from the Melwood training ground and took to the famous Anfield turf at 18, to the talismanic skipper who has led his beloved club through thick and thin, this stunningly illustrated book, complete with exclusive new photographs, is the story of his fifteen momentous seasons at Liverpool FC.
Along with a foreword from Kenny Dalglish, this is Steven Gerrard's Liverpool story in his own words.

Fods
02-04-14, 12:41 PM
football manager stole my life

http://www.sendspace.com/file/utyyjz

PDF

http://www.sendspace.com/file/yvryrv

BeezerCeltic1967
16-04-14, 04:16 PM
Andrea Pirlo is one of the finest footballers of his generation - a World Cup and Champions League winning playmaker who has redefined his position at the base of midfield, and one of the most deadly free-kick takers the game has known. This is his story, in his words. It is written with a level of humour and insight which confound his image as a dead-eyed assassin on the field of play. All the big names are in there: Lippi, Ancelotti, Conte, Maldini, Shevchenko, Seedorf, Buffon, Kaka, Nesta, Balotelli, Costacurta, Gattuso, Berlusconi and Ronaldo ("the real one"). But they're not always in their work clothes. We hear Berlusconi playing the piano and telling "various types of jokes" at Milan's training ground. We see Pirlo and Daniele De Rossi drawing Nesta's ire as they take him on a mystery tour of the German countryside in a hire car days before a World Cup semi-final. And we smell the aftermath of Filippo Inzaghi's graphically-described pre-match routine. With the 2014 Wor
ld Cup being his last international tournament, this is a timely salute to a special talent who may yet have one final chapter left to write.
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http://www28.zippyshare.com/v/17067085/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
29-04-14, 12:16 PM
"Richer Than God" - David Conn


Product Description
Richer Than God is an authoritative, provocative, investigative account of Manchester City's history, culminating in its transformation as Sheikh Mansour seeks to spend the formerly miserable Manchester club into the European elite. When Conn asked an Abu Dhabi representative whether their economy had been at all affected by the global recession, he said: 'We're richer than God, mate'. It is also a tale of innocence: that of a six-year-old boy transfixed by his sky-blue heroes, coming of age as a writer with the mature understanding that both his club and the game are businesses. Why should modern football continue to claim the unquestioning loyalty of fans, when there is so much in the game to question?

Retail quality, epub & mobi, enjoy!

Code:

http://rapidshare.com/files/926336606/RTGDCFB.rar

- - - Updated - - -

"Hillsborough: The Truth" - Phil Scraton 2009 Edition


Hillsborough: The Truth was first published in 1999 to universal acclaim. Established as the definitive, unique account of the disaster in which 96 men, women and children died, hundreds were injured and thousands were traumatised, it details the appalling treatment endured by the bereaved and survivors in the immediate aftermath and the inhumanity of the identification process.
The book reveals the inadequacies of the police investigations, official inquiries and inquests, and uncovers the systematic review and alteration of South Yorkshire police statements conducted with the approval of police investigators and Lord Justice Taylor's inquiry. It also examines the subsequent private prosecution and trial of two senior police officers in 2000. Using verbatim accounts, Scraton's analysis demonstrates the inadequacy of legal processes and the remarkable breadth of judicial discretion undermining and inhibiting such cases.
Powerful, disturbing and harrowing, Hillsborough: The Truth exposes the institutional complacency that made a tragedy on this scale inevitable. It shows the law's failure to provide appropriate means of access, disclosure and redress for those facing the consequences of institutional neglect and personal negligence. And it tells how ordinary people suffer when those in authority sacrifice truth and accountability to protect their reputations.
This is the 2009 Edition.

What happened at Hillsborough 23 years ago could have happened to any set of fans at any football ground - football supporters in those times were regarded as scum and animals to be penned into fences on the terraces. At last, after 23 years, it looks like the families of the 96 may be able to get some justice, and that those truly responsible may at last be held to account. For most true football supporters, they will never walk alone.

Retail quality EPub & Mobi versions:-

Code:
http://rapidshare.com/files/3936767179/HTTPSFB.rar

BeezerCeltic1967
30-04-14, 07:18 PM
Seen this one the other day,

only really applies to me tho,

http://www.amazon.com/dp/1594743061//ref=cm_sw_su_dp?tag=duiwath-20

BeezerCeltic1967
14-05-14, 10:26 PM
The Special One: The Secret World of Jose Mourinho by Diego Torres, Pete Jenson
Requirements: Epub Reader, 1.1 MB
Overview: An explosive and shocking biography of Jose Mourinho - revealing the dark side of 'the special one'.
When Jose Mourinho announced his return to English football, it sparked celebrations from fans and press alike. As one of the most charismatic figures in the game, his reappearance could surely only be a good thing...
But is there a darker side to the Mourinho? A mischievous, scheming, even tyrannical quality to the man beneath the veneer of charm?
As part of El Pais, Diego Torres is one of the premier investigative journalists in Spanish football, and in this explosive biography of 'the special one' he uncovers secrets and lies that will change the way we see Mourinho.
From dodgy dealings to assassinations of players both outside and within his own team, and other shocking revelations, Prepare To Lose reveals Mourinho as a man far removed from the hero so many people consider him to be.
Genre: Non Fiction, Biography

Image

Download Instructions:
https://www.tusfiles.net/jh16be6vvrjz

Mirror
http://uploadrocket.net/8m5ozoghalfj...3XSO.epub.html

BeezerCeltic1967
18-05-14, 08:19 PM
Danish Dynamite: The Story of Football's Greatest Cult Team by Rob Smyth, Lars Eriksen, Mike Gibbons
The Denmark side of the 1980s was one of the last truly iconic international football teams. Although they did not win a trophy, they claimed something much more important and enduring: glory, and in industrial quantities. They were a bewitching fusion of futuristic attacking football, effortless Scandinavian cool and laid-back living. They played like angels and lived like you and I, and they were everyone's second team in the mid-1980s. The story of Danish Dynamite, as the team became known, is the story of a team of rock stars in a polyester Hummel kit.
Heralding from a country with no real football history to speak of and a population of five million, this humble and likeable team was unique. Everymen off the field and superheroes on it, they were totally of their time, and their approach to the game was in complete contrast to the gaudy excess and charmless arrogance of today's football stars. That they ultimately imploded in spectacular style, with a shocking 5-1 defeat to Spain in the 1986 World Cup in a game that almost everyone expected them to win, only adds to their legend.
For the first time, Danish Dynamite tells the story of perhaps the coolest team in football history, a team that had it all and blew it in spectacular style after a live-fast-die-young World Cup campaign. Featuring interviews with the players themselves, including Michael Laudrup, Preben Elkjar and Jesper Olsen, as well as with those who played or managed against them, this is a joyous celebration of one of the most life-affirming teams the world has ever seen.
The Big Fix: The Hunt for the Match-Fixers Bringing Down Soccer by Brett Forrest
Can the most beloved sport in the world beat the corruption that threatens to tear it apart?

Known as the "beautiful game," soccer is the world's most popular sport, crossing borders and language barriers to entertain billions. But underneath it all—the raucous fans in the stadiums; the beloved players; and FIFA, the international governing body with a membership of 209 national associations—is a scandal that threatens to make soccer the ugliest sport in the world. An underworld of international gambling rings, corrupt players and officials, and shadowy figures preys on the far-flung edges of the game, making match-fixing in soccer one of organized crime's new, profitable businesses.

Now, for the first time, journalist Brett Forrest takes us inside the $700 billion international soccer betting market. In 2013 Europol revealed that more than 700 international matches have been fixed since 2008. Forrest pulls back the curtain, exposing a web of nefarious dealings across the world, even on U.S. soil, with opportunistic fixers bribing players, influencing officials, and staging fake matchups, while Asian criminal syndicates pull the strings. No match is safe—not even the World Cup tournament—especially while local law enforcement officials lack the resources and the will to investigate.

But one man has taken on this criminal enterprise: Chris Eaton, a hardheaded Australian, longtime Interpol director, and the former head of security for FIFA. Forrest follows Eaton's journey from local beat cop to FIFA's security chief for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. It was at this competition that Eaton first grasped the extent of match-fixing and the threat it posed to the game. From that point on, Eaton made it his mission to track down the elusive perpetrators: fixers who shed identities, crisscross borders, and target players and clubs on behalf of international criminal syndicates.

Filled with headline-making revelations, The Big Fix is a must-read for soccer fans and true crime aficionados. The story brings us inside Chris Eaton's hunt for the world's biggest fixers and their backers—from the roots of fixing in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, to FIFA headquarters in Zurich and World Cup preparation in South Africa and Qatar, to fixing's expansion into nearly every country in the world—and the fight to save the beautiful game.
Code:

http://www6.zippyshare.com/v/40975594/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
04-06-14, 03:38 PM
Arsenal: The Making of a Modern Superclub by Alex Fynn, Kevin Whitcher
Requirements: ePUB reader, 396 kb
Overview: New edition of this bestselling, seminal autobiography of Arsenal FC, fully revised and updated with four new chapters to bring it up to date at the start of a potentially turbulent 2011/12 season.
Described by The Observer as “fascinating” and The Guardian as “shrewd and well-informed”, respected football magazine When Saturday Comes said of Arsènal: The Making of a Modern Superclub, “at last a football book that reflects the age”.
Based on unprecedented access granted to the authors, including exclusive interviews with Arsène Wenger and key Board members, current and former players, Arsènal looks in detail at the club’s transformation into a global superpower under the stewardship of their French manager and what's gone wrong in the last couple of years. It also analyses what needs to be done to ensure Arsenal continue to compete at football's top-table.
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BeezerCeltic1967
20-07-14, 07:51 PM
Right,

put the ipad doon,

put the laptop doon,


and read it, just read it :ok:


A Writer at War by Vasily Grossman

When the Germans invaded Russia in 1941, Vasily Grossman became a special correspondent for the Red Star, the Soviet Army's newspaper, and reported from the frontlines of the war. A Writer at War depicts in vivid detail the crushing conditions on the Eastern Front, and the lives and deaths of soldiers and civilians alike. Witnessing some of the most savage fighting of the war, Grossman saw firsthand the repeated early defeats of the Red Army, the brutal street fighting in Stalingrad, the Battle of Kursk (the largest tank engagement in history), the defense of Moscow, the battles in Ukraine, the atrocities at Treblinka, and much more.

http://www57.zippyshare.com/v/21466350/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
20-07-14, 07:54 PM
The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band by Motley Crue

Whiskey and porn stars, hot reds and car crashes, black leather and high heels, overdoses and death. This is the life of Mötley Crüe, the heaviest drinking, hardest fighting, most oversexed and arrogant band in the world. Their unbelievable exploits are the stuff of rock 'n' roll legend. They nailed the hottest chicks, started the bloodiest fights, partied with the biggest drug dealers, and got to know the inside of every jail cell from California to Japan. They have dedicated an entire career to living life to its extreme, from the greatest fantasies to the darkest tragedies. Tommy married two international sex symbols; Vince killed a man and lost a daughter to cancer; Nikki overdosed, rose from the dead, and then OD'd again the next day; and Mick shot a woman and tried to hang his own brother. But that's just the beginning. Fueled by every drug they could get their hands on and obscene amounts of alcohol, driven by fury and headed straight for hell, Mötley Crüe raged through two decades, leaving behind a trail of debauched women, trashed hotel rooms, crashed cars, psychotic managers, and broken bones that has left the music industry cringing to this day. All these unspeakable acts, not to mention their dire consequences, are laid bare in The Dirt.


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BeezerCeltic1967
28-07-14, 10:22 PM
Louis van Gaal: The Biography by Maarten Meijer

http://www61.zippyshare.com/v/7103716/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
28-07-14, 10:23 PM
The Hacienda - How Not to Run a Club by Peter Hook

The Legendary musician and cofounder of Joy Division and New Order tells the whole story the fun, the music, the vast loss of money, the legacyof Manchester's most iconic nightclub Peter Hook has been shaping the course of popular music for 30 years. He provided the propulsive bass guitar melodies of Love Will Tear Us Apart, as well as Blue Monday and many other songs. As co-owner of Manchester's Hacienda club, Hook propelled the rise of acid house in the late 1980s, then suffered through its violent fall in the 1990s as gangs, drugs, greed, and a hostile police force destroyed everything he and his friends had created. This is his memory of that era and it is far sadder, funnier, scarier, and stranger than anyone has imagined. As young and naive musicians, the members of New Order were thrilled when their record label Factory opened a club. Yet as their career escalated, they toured the world, and they had top 10 hits, their royalties were being ploughed into the Hacienda and they were only being paid £20 per week. As Peter Hook tells the story of that exciting and hilarious time, all the main characters appearTony Wilson, Barney, Shaun Ryderand he tells it like it truly wasa rollercoaster of success, money, confusion, and true faith.


http://www20.zippyshare.com/v/28866188/file.html

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A biography of one of the greatest living tennis players, and his relationship with his homeland of Serbia

Novak Djokovic is not just one of the world's great tennis players, he is the de facto ambassador for his homeland, Serbia. Not an easy job, given the lingering resonance of Serbia's role in the 1990s Yugoslav wars in the world’s news bulletins. To this day, the words "Serbia" and "atrocities" are linked in the minds of many. This study of both Djokovic and Serbia paints two powerful portraits. It traces the story of the boy from modest surroundings, telling how he met the woman who not only taught him tennis but how to deal with life as a high-profile icon, charts his battle with illness and his relationship with a volatile father, and how his on-court accomplishments have made his country proud. But it also tells the story of Serbia, pulling no punches about its role in the 1990s wars but offering a sensitive interpretation of the hopes and aspirations of a people with a troubled past. This book weaves together these sporting and geo political strands to present a sensitive portrait of a man and his people, and how determination married with sensitivity can create a sporting statesman.



http://www51.zippyshare.com/v/71354087/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
28-07-14, 10:27 PM
“Whitey Bulger - The Biggest Rat" is the story of James “Whitey” Bulger, the Boston mob boss; from his early days of crime, to his heyday running Boston's underworld, including his escape and capture after 16 years on the run.

This book also includes Bulger’s trial, and the jury verdict that found Bulger guilty of 31 of the 32 counts in the indictment. Bulger was also found guilty of 11 of the 19 murders included in the indictment.

It’s fair to say Whitey Bulger will die in jail. Bulger’s lucky he didn’t get the death penalty, which would have been a more fitting punishment for one of the most vile individuals to ever roam the face of the earth.


http://www51.zippyshare.com/v/81755227/file.html

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The Killing Zone - My Life In The Vietnam War - Frederick Downs

“The best damned book from the point of view of the infantrymen who fought there.”—Army TimesAmong the best books ever written about men in combat, The Killing Zone tells the story of the platoon of Delta One-six, capturing what it meant to face lethal danger, to follow orders, and to search for the conviction and then the hope that this war was worth the sacrifice. The book includes a new chapter on what happened to the platoon members when they came home.


http://www51.zippyshare.com/v/2365172/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
28-07-14, 10:29 PM
inside team sky by David walsh
https://app.box.com/s/xb8s85vq1z0w774kxo3r

BeezerCeltic1967
31-07-14, 11:32 PM
http://youtu.be/dgQUOKDVHSM

PANTANI : The Accidental Death Of a Cyclist [2014] Full movie

Pantani the movie

:ok:

all you cyclists can thank me later :ok:

BeezerCeltic1967
03-08-14, 11:27 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elo5_iNEjRo

Slaying the Badger - Greg Le Mond - Bernard Hinault

A detailed and highly revealing tale of cycling’s most extraordinary rivalry and the greatest ever Tour de France.

great watch :ok:

churky
16-09-14, 04:58 PM
Beez, do you have Rio Ferdinand's autobiography yet? Read some interesting stuff about Moyes...It's basically what Vidić hinted at upon his departure, albeit more blunt.

BeezerCeltic1967
16-09-14, 05:10 PM
Ill see what i can do m8

Diggler
20-09-14, 08:05 AM
Took a run through this thread to download a few books, looking forward to getting stuck into them. Disappointed that the older ones expired but have some good ideas for books to get if I can find them elsewhere, cheers all.

BeezerCeltic1967
22-09-14, 05:47 PM
gimme a shout what ones mate and i will try and get them again for ya.

churks - still working on rio for you pal.

JoeK210185
24-09-14, 07:58 PM
Beez any chance you could re-up these?

Barra Brava - Dave Freeman epub

Above Us Only Sky
Golden Past, Red Future
Red Race
Red Revival
44 Years With The Same Bird
An Epic Swindle
Jamie Carragher
My Liverpool Home - Kenny Dalglish
S Gerrard_ My Autobiography

Craig Bellamy

Nice one fella

BeezerCeltic1967
06-10-14, 11:42 PM
Bobby Moore: The Man in Full by Matt Dickinson

'Immaculate footballer. Imperial defender. Immortal hero of 1966. Master of Wembley. Captain extraordinary. Gentleman of all time.'

These are some of the words inscribed beneath the statue of England's World Cup-winning captain, Bobby Moore, at Wembley stadium. Since Moore's death, of bowel cancer at just 51, these accolades represent the accepted view of this national treasure. But what do we actually know about Bobby Moore as a person? What about the grit alongside the glory?

Moore was undeniably an extraordinary captain and player. Pelé called him the greatest - and fairest - defender he ever played against. His feats for West Ham United and England are legendary and his technical mastery of the game ahead of its time. Few footballers since have come close to his winning combination of intelligence, skill, temperament and class.

Yet off the pitch, Moore knew scandal, divorce and drink. What about the string of failed businesses, whispers of bad behaviour, links to the East End underworld and turbulent private life? Ignored by the football world post-retirement, this great of the game drifted into obscurity and, famously, there was no knighthood.

Acclaimed football writer Matt Dickinson traces the journey of this Essex boy who became the patron saint of English football, peeling away the layers of legend and looking at Moore's life from all sides - in triumph, in failure, in full.

http://www32.zippyshare.com/v/75970591/file.html

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i3lmozioceei5qi/Beckham%20David%20-%20Both%20Feet%20on%20the%20Ground.epub?dl=0

Overview: In England, where he spent ten seasons leading his storied club Manchester United and his nation to soccer glory, he is so wildly popular that his countrymen voted him the face they'd most want to see imprinted on their money. (Winston Churchill finished second.) In Japan, where he is worshiped as much for his headline-making fashion trends as for his ability to bend a ball around a wall of defenders, women styled their bikini waxes after the blond mohawk he sported during the 2002 World Cup. And in Spain, within days of his $41 million trade to Real Madrid, his new team received two million requests to buy his number 23 jersey. The legend of David Beckham -- soccer god, global sex symbol, style icon -- has been celebrated around the world, arguably more than Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan combined. Now, with the publication of his long-awaited autobiography, the man who inspired the surprise hit movie "Bend It Like Beckham" is set to conquer the last remaining outpost where soccer is not a national religion: the United States.

"Beckham" is a classic rags-to-riches saga: a boy, David, is born to a poor East End London family. He develops prodigious soccer skills, and his parents nurture him until he becomes one of the most gifted athletes of his generation. He grows up to marry Victoria -- a Spice Girl, "Posh" -- and enters a celebrity whirlwind of Princess Diana -- esque proportions. Together, the Beckhams are Britain's new royal couple -- their 240-acre estate outside of London is known as Beckingham Palace -- and their presence at parties or charity events guarantees endless tabloid stories and photos as well as adoring mobs that must be restrained by police barricades. Their life is as much a study in managing fame as it is in sports and pop phenomena.

In "Beckham" he talks candidly about the pressures of celebrity -- his wife and sons were the targets of a 2002 kidnapping plot; how he balances his roles as a devoted husband and besotted father with his globetrotting existence as an international soccer player; the behind-the-scenes stories of his most memorable career moments, such as the penalty kick against archrival Argentina in the World Cup that redeemed him to a nation who blamed him for their failure in the previous World Cup; the controversy surrounding his move to Real Madrid and the falling out with the man who shaped his career, Manchester United's famously combative manager Sir Alex Ferguson; and, finally, his love of America his first son was conceived in and named Brooklyn where, like the great Pele, David can imagine playing out his final seasons.

So much has been written about David Beckham that it's easy to think we know everything about the world's most famous athlete, but only Beckham himself can set the record straight on his beliefs, his dreams, his loves, his fears, and, above all, his sense of who he is. "Beckham "is an intimate account of an extraordinary life, a life in which, against all odds, he has managed to keep both feet on the ground.

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Beez any chance you could re-up these?

Barra Brava - Dave Freeman epub

Above Us Only Sky
Golden Past, Red Future
Red Race
Red Revival
44 Years With The Same Bird
An Epic Swindle
Jamie Carragher
My Liverpool Home - Kenny Dalglish
S Gerrard_ My Autobiography

Craig Bellamy

Nice one fella


ill try this week pal.

JoeK210185
07-10-14, 05:49 PM
I've found it Beez 👍

BeezerCeltic1967
08-10-14, 09:18 PM
Some stuff from Keano's new book,


I rang Mark Hughes. Robbie [Savage] wasn’t in the Blackburn team and I asked Mark if we could try to arrange a deal. Sparky said: ‘Yeah, yeah, he’s lost his way here but he could still do a job for you.’

Robbie’s legs were going a bit but I thought he might come up to us [at Sunderland], with his long hair, and give us a lift – the way Yorkie [Dwight Yorke] had, a big personality in the dressing room.

Sparky gave me permission to give him a call. So I got Robbie’s mobile number and rang him. It went to his voicemail: ‘Hi, it’s Robbie – whazzup!’ like the Budweiser ad.

I never called him back. I thought: ‘I can’t be fucking signing that.’

:lol:



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“Our first session [at Ipswich]was open to the fans. But nobody came. My first day – you’d have thought a couple of school kids would have been dragged in by a dad or grandad. The warmth wasn’t there. Then there was the blue training kit. I don’t like fuckin’ blue. City were blue. Rangers were blue. My biggest rivals were blue. Is that childish? I couldn’t feel it – the chemistry. Me and the club. I get annoyed now, thinking that I should have been able to accept it: I was there to do a job.”



“It might seem strange but you find out about characters when you look to see who’s in charge of the music. A young lad might want to put on the latest sound; an older player might say: ‘I’m the senior player’ and put himself in charge. But I noticed none of the players [at Sunderland] were in charge of the music and this was a concern for me. A member of staff was in charge. I was looking at him thinking: ‘I hope someone nails him here.’ The last song before the players went on to the pitch was ‘Dancing Queen’ by Abba. What really worried me was that none of the players – not one – said: ‘Get that shit off.’ They were going out to play a match, men versus men, testosterone levels were high. You’ve got to hit people at pace. Fuckin’ ‘Dancing Queen.’ It worried me. I didn’t have as many leaders as I thought.”



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BeezerCeltic1967
09-10-14, 11:11 PM
Beez, do you have Rio Ferdinand's autobiography yet? Read some interesting stuff about Moyes...It's basically what Vidić hinted at upon his departure, albeit more blunt.

Rio - https://app.box.com/s/0c6d382pyhmhgc6ailsu


and Keano's new book as well - https://app.box.com/s/1yh75pkjqgsbl1bsvj9s

BeezerCeltic1967
09-10-14, 11:14 PM
Running The Autobiography by Ronnie O'Sullivan


http://www33.zippyshare.com/v/80251414/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
13-10-14, 03:07 PM
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/51658892/file.html

KP The Autobiography - Kevin Pietersen.epub

BeezerCeltic1967
14-10-14, 10:16 PM
Here' drunken Duncan

http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/73399787/file.html

BeezerCeltic1967
19-10-14, 07:50 PM
Game of thrones,

http://www41.zippyshare.com/v/55061901/file.html

moravcik
20-10-14, 10:23 AM
Zlatan

I am Zlatan

http://www.sendspace.com/file/g35am8


good book :ok:

Any chance of re-upping this mate? Cheers

BeezerCeltic1967
20-10-14, 08:32 PM
Any chance of re-upping this mate? Cheers

No Problemo,

https://www.sendspace.com/file/0n7vn9

BeezerCeltic1967
27-10-14, 11:23 PM
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B0588Wzl5RstWFMwdzRkSlJWZ1U&usp=sharing

Always Managing - Harry Redknapp
An Epic Swindle: 44 Months with a Pair of Cowboys - Brian Reade
BALLS! The Best European Football Nations - Chris Whitfield
Banksy - Gordon Banks
Beyond Winning - S.S. Hanna
Blue Moon: Down Among the Dead Men - Mark Hodkinson
Brian and Peter: A Right Pair - Maurice Edwards
Budgie - John Burridge
By George - David Stanfield
Calcio: A History of Italian Football - John Foot
Cantona - Phillipe Auclair
Cantona: The Rebel Who Would Be King - Philippe Auclaira
Carlo Ancelotti: The Beautiful Game of an Ordinary Genius - Aleesandro Alciato
Carra - Jamie Carragher
Classic Football Debates Settled Once and For All - Danny Baker & Danny Kelly
Clough - Brian Clough
Clough and Revie - Roger Hermiston
Fever Pitch - Nick Hornby
Football Brands - Sue Bridgewater
Football Manager Stole My Life - Iain Macintosh & Kenneth Millar & Neil White
Football: Bloody Hell! (Alex Ferguson biography) - Patrick Barclay
Football: It's a Minging Life - Rick Holden
Fuckin' Hell It's Paul Cannell - Paul Cannell
Goodfella - Craig Bellamy
Gullhanger - Mike Ward
Hammered - Mark Ward
Handbook of Soccer Match Analysis - Christopher Carling & Mark Williams & Thomas Reilly
Harry Redknapp The Biography
History of the World Cup - Clemente Angelo Lisi
How Not to be a Professional Footballer - Paul Merson
How NOT to be a Football Millionaire - Keith Gillespie
How Soccer Explains the World - Foer Franklin
How Soccer Explains the World - Franklin Foer
I Am the Secret Footballer - The Secret Footballer
I Am Zlatan - Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Football Tactics - Jonathan Wilson
Jumpers for Goalposts: How Football Sold its Soul - Rob Smyth & Georgina Turner
Kick and Run: Menoir with Soccer Ball - Jonathan Wilson
King - Ledley King
La Roja: How Soccer Conquered Spain and How Spanish Soccer Conquered the World - Jimmy Burns
Learning Soccer Coaching Guide - Jimmy K. Finn
Manchester Brace Yourself: Rangers are Coming - Brent MacFarlane
Manchester's Finest - David Hall
Mathletics: How Gamblers, Managers, and Sports Enthusiasts Use Mathematics in Baseball, Basketball, and Football - Wayne L. Winston
Motty: Forty Years in the Commentary Box - John Motson
My Autobiography - Alex Ferguson
National Pastime: How Americans Play Baseball and the Rest of the World Plays Soccer - Stefan Szymanski & Andrew S. Zimablist
Outcasts United - Warren St. John
Paradise and Beyond - Chris Sutton
Pep Guardiola: Another Way of Winning - Guillem Balague
Provided You Don't Kiss Me: 20 Years With Brian Clough - Duncan Hamilton
Rangers and the Famous ICF - Sandy Chugg
Red - Gary Neville
Red of Dead - David Peace
Seeing Red - Graham Poll
So Paddy Got Up - Andrew Mangan
Soccer Anatomy - Donald T. Kirkendall
Soccer Brain: The 4C Coaching Manual for Developing World Class Player Mindsets and a Winning Football Team - Dan Abrahams
Soccer in a Football World - David Wangerin
Socernomics - Simon Kuper & Stefan Szymanski (an alternate edition of "Why England Lose")
Spain: The Inside Story of La Roja's Historic Treble - Graham Hunter.
Sports Analytics: A Guide for Coaches, Managers, and Other Decision Makers - Benjamin C. Alamar
Star-Spangled Soccer - Gary Hopkins
Steak... Diana Ross - David McVay
Stillness and Speed - Dennis Bergkamp
Taking le Tiss - Matt le Tissier
Tales From the Secret Footballer - The Secret Footballer
The Autobiography - Mike Summerbee
The Bald Facts: The David Armstrong Biography - Pat Symes
The Damned Utd - David Peace
The Economics of Football - Stephend Dobson & John Goddard
The Final - Stpehen Foster
The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime - Declan Hill
The Gaffer - Neil Warnock
The Gallant Pioneers: Rangers Mk1 1872 - Gary Ralston
The Official Arsenal Opus - Various
The Toon: A Complete History of Newcastle United - Roger Hutchinson
The Football Men - Simon Kuper
This is the One - Alex Ferguson
Totally Frank - Frank Lampard
Trautmann - Alan Rowlands
Waggy's Tales - Dave Wagstaffe
Where's Your Caravan? - Chris Hargreaves
Why England Lose - Simon Kuper & Stefan Szymanski

BeezerCeltic1967
28-10-14, 12:08 AM
http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=01869870531831789594&t=0186987053183178959450965

Kevin Bridges,

funny as feck this book.

Ste117
19-02-15, 11:43 PM
I have just finished reading The Plantagenets: The kings who made England. Fantastic read if you like your history. Starts from William the Conqueror and goes right up to the fall of Richard II and the start of the Wars of the Roses.

I have just started reading Magna Carta which tells you about the great historic charter of King John and Henry III.

BeezerCeltic1967
05-07-15, 02:35 PM
Can any of you guys help me find some of [or all of] these please?

Kelly – A Biography of Sean Kelly

Flying Scotsman - Graeme Obree

The Death Of Marco Pantani - Matt Rendell

The Hour - Michael Hutchinson

Bernard Hinault and the Fall and Rise of French Cycling - William Fotheringham

Hinault - Philipe Brunel

The Grand Tour Cookbook - Hannah Grant

cheers

Redknapp69
05-07-15, 10:17 PM
Don't do e-books sorry mate

-Sambo Italiano-
06-07-15, 02:22 PM
This thread is awesome. Thanks to all of you. Most of what I have has been posted maybe I can post something interesting.

Fods
06-07-15, 02:27 PM
How can we share and download these but not Movies or Music?

Yellowboy
24-03-16, 12:04 AM
Only just discovered this forum, and this thread. Amazing idea but so gutted none of the links work. Will they ever return?

Jesus
24-03-16, 12:09 AM
Only just discovered this forum, and this thread. Amazing idea but so gutted none of the links work. Will they ever return?

Ask and you shall receive.

Yellowboy
24-03-16, 01:00 AM
Ask and you shall receive.

Any of the cycling ones, really. Seem to have read most of the footy ones, or at least the ones I'd like. Some great books in the list.

aaronl
25-05-16, 03:06 PM
If anyone has the KP autobiography & is willing to provide an updated download link, it would be much appreciated.

Many thanks

Fods
26-05-16, 02:05 AM
This any good: http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/ARKOJZWV/KP__The_Autobiography_-_Kevin_Pietersen.rar_links

colml
08-09-16, 03:12 PM
Anyone have Iniesta's book? Or where do you lads usually go to find them?

JoeK210185
18-10-16, 12:23 PM
Barra Brava - Dave Freeman epub

'A backpacker’s guide to Latin America and its football clubs.' This book is a raw, booze-soaked account of 18 months living, working and travelling through Central and South America. Based around 67 football matches, it is a story of a British lad’s encounters with the barra brava, Latin America’s fanatical supporters. It also documents the modern Gringo Trail, from Mexico through Colombia to Argentina, covering 18 countries along the way. This humorous backpacker’s tale touches on the history, politics and social issues encountered in the places visited. From managing a hotel on a nudist beach on Christmas Day, to attempting to get Nicaragua’s socialists to admit they murdered their greatest sportsman, this is not your average holiday diary.



http://www43.zippyshare.com/v/85144906/file.html

Beezer, or anyone else, still have this book?
I've read it once and loved it. Cannot find it anywhere

Diggler
29-01-17, 10:43 PM
Has anyone got (and wouldn't mind uploading)?

Mourinho - Up Close and Personal
Guardiola - The Evolution