ABOUT THIS BOOK
PAGES: 160 p.
PUBLICATION DATE: April 8, 2006
The Celtic Football Miscellany
There is something for every fan in The Celtic Miscellany. The world-famous Scottish football club has a widely diverse and amazingly successful history, but this book is not exclusively a history, or a fan’s guide, or a collection of biographies, or an encyclopaedia. It is a little bit of all of these things. Within these pages, the reader will learn thousands of quirky and obscure facts about The Boys on a wide range of topics, from the history of the club’s famous hoped shirts and paradisiacal home ground, to the European glory nights, famous managers, and match-day facts and stats. More than a book of lists or compilation of trivia, “The Celtic Miscellany” will bring hours of reading pleasure to fan of The Hoops.
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