This book offers a look at the club's history until 1970, including the time they played in the First Division, and players such as England captain Johnny Haynes, Bobby Robson and World Cup winner George Cohen.
Author: Alex White
Fulham FC is the oldest professional club in London and an established Premiership side. This book offers a look at the club's history until 1970, including the time they played in the First Division, and players such as England captain Johnny Haynes, Bobby Robson and World Cup winner George Cohen.
2777 Turner , D. , A History of Fulham Football Club , 1879–1979 ( London :
Fulham Football Club , 1979 ) , 203pp . 2767 Parfitt , P. , Racing at Crystal Palace
: A History of Motor Sports at London's Own Race Circuit , 1927–1972 ( Croydon
Author: Richard William Cox
Publisher: Psychology Press
Volume three of a bibliography documenting all that has been written in the English language on the history of sport and physical education in Britain. It lists all secondary source material including reference works, in a classified order to meet the needs of the sports historian.
2776 Shrimpton, H. D., Foundation History of the Fulham Football Club and
Record of Ex-players. Local Clubs and Reminiscences (London: J B Shears,
1950), 27pp. 2777 Turner, D., A History of Fulham Football Club. 1879-1979 (
Author: Richard Cox
Volume two of a bibliography documenting all that has been written in the English language on the history of sport and physical education in Britain. It lists all secondary source material including reference works, in a classified order to meet the needs of the sports historian.
Author: Peter J. Seddon
Publisher: British Library Board
The second edition of this indispensable guide to British (not American) football contains over 7,000 entries arranged in fourteen chapters. With greatly increased coverage of football films and music, every facet of association football from 1863 to the present is covered. Knowledgeable essays, reviews, and annotations guide the reader through the wealth of UK literature. This is a significant addition to the literature of association football, and required reading for collectors and fans of the game.
Author: Heather Creaton
Publisher: Facet Pub
The history of London is so important in national and indeed international terms, it seems extraordinary that this is the first general bibliography of the subject to appear. It contains over 22,000 selected references to books and articles on the history of London, from the Dark Ages to the beginning of the Second World War. The whole of the former GLC area plus the City is covered. Arrangement is by subject, and there is a substantial analytical index. Material for the bibliography was collected from specialist libraries all over London and beyond. It is a starting point for any enquiry about London's development over the centuries, whether from the academic historian, the amateur or the general enquirer. A supplement is planned, to cover new material on the period.
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Football grounds Guide to Safety at Sports ... A Complete Record 1879-1987
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1979 ) ...
Author: Simon Inglis
Publisher: Historic England Press
Professional football provide one of the Victoran era’s most mesmerising spectacles, developed at a time when the British public has at its disposal more free time and spare pennies than ever before. But as the bread became more plentiful, it needed someone to build the circuses.That man was Archibald Leitch.Born in Glasgow in 1865, Archibald Leitch – a consulting engineer and factory architect by profession – became to football what Frank Matcham was to theatre; in effect, its designer in chief. Millions of spectators sat or stood in Leitch’s structures, built for such famous clubs as Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Tottenham, Aston Villa, Hearts and, not least, Glasgow Rangers, where his stadium career began in 1899, and nearly ended just three years later, when one of his stands gave way, leading to the death of 26 spectators. Leitch witnessed the tragedy and vowed never to let it be repeated.But while his pedimented gables and criss-cross steelwork balconies formed a recognisable and much-admired style, and his own patented crush barriers were so ubiquitous as to be virtually invisible, until now little has been known of Leitch himself. Moreover, following the modernisation of football grounds as a result of the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, only a dozen of his buildings survive.In this timely and entertaining study of Leitch’s life, his works and his legacy, Simon Inglis has unearthed a surprising number of hitherto unseen plans, documents and archive photographs, many of them rich in detail.
Hotspurs FC (1882-84) Arsenal 1886 London Dial Square (1886), Royal Arsenal
(1886-91), Woolwich Arsenal (1891-1914) ... 1887 Barnsley St Peters (1887-97)
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1902 Ipswich Town • 1878 England ORIGINS AND GROWTH OF SOCCER
Author: David Goldblatt
Publisher: Dk Pub
A comprehensive overview of soccer around the world traces the history of the world's most popular sport from the nineteenth century to the present day, providing information on the various national teams, leagues, and soccer clubs in every region of the world. Original.
Team games became a central part of the culture of these schools and soccer
was the favourite sport. ... Rangers and St Jude's Institute Fulham 1879 Key
Nottingham Walsall 1888 Merger Walsall Swifts (1877) and Walsall Town (1879),
Walsall ... 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 Notts F Notts F L'pool
Chelsea 1905 The Midlands Burton Wanderers Members of the Football League
Author: David Goldblatt
Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
An overview of soccer around the world traces the history of the world's most popular sport, providing information on the various national teams, leagues, and soccer clubs in every region of the world, and a review of the 2002-2003 season.
66 , and F . N . S . Creek , A History of the Corinthian Football Club , London ,
Longmans Green , 1933 , passim . 17 Jackson ... 38 - 41 . 20 William J . Baker , '
The making of a working - class football culture in Victorian England , The
Journal of Social History , 13 ( 1979 ) , pp . 243 – 244 . ... 6 ; Dennis Turner and
Alex White , Fulham : A Complete Record 1879 – 1987 , Derby , Breedon Books ,
1987 , p . 9 .
Author: Andrew Horrall
Publisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press
This text recreates London's popular culture from the close of the Victorian era to the end of World War I. It charts the interaction between stage, song, sport and cinema, and the creation of the 'celebrity'.
Author: David Goldblatt
Thousands of football statistics are brought to life with illustrations and special features in this text. Every major league and international competition is covered, including: La Liga; the UEFA Cup 2002; and the European Champions League 2002.
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Smith [ 1979 ] A.C. 1 ; [ 1977 ] 2 W.L.R. 974 ; ( 1977 ) 121 S.J. 303 ; [ 1977 ] 2 All
E.R. 267 ; ( 1977 ) 75 L.G.R. 483 ; [ 1977 ] J.P.L. 448 , H.L. , affirming sub nom .
Author: S. H. Bailey
This reference text to the key areas of law applicable to local authorities concentrates on the duties and powers of these authorities in all areas of activity. This updated edition includes chapters from Cross on Local Government Law, focusing on the most frequently arising aspects of local authority law.