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Peterborough United

£9.99

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After many years knocking on the door only to see it slammed in their faces, Peterborough United were finally elected to the football League in 1960. Once admitted, the 'new boys' prospered, lifting the Fourth Division title at the first attempt in record-breaking style averaging 14,000 home crowds along the way. But the good times came to an end in a unceremonious fashion in 1968 when the club were demoted to the Fourth Division for 'financial irregularities'. This book commences in 1973-74 when manger Noel Cantwell inspired Posh to the Fourth Division championship, thus laying the ghosts of the previous decade but it was not long before the hard times returned. Now if you want to know more like I do please read the book!

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Author(s):
Mat Hill
Condition:
As new
EAN-13:
9781874287339
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781874287339
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
Desert Island

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After many years knocking on the door only to see it slammed in their faces, Peterborough United were finally elected to the football League in 1960. Once admitted, the 'new boys' prospered, lifting the Fourth Division title at the first attempt in record-breaking style averaging 14,000 home crowds along the way. But the good times came to an end in a unceremonious fashion in 1968 when the club were demoted to the Fourth Division for 'financial irregularities'. This book commences in 1973-74 when manger Noel Cantwell inspired Posh to the Fourth Division championship, thus laying the ghosts of the previous decade but it was not long before the hard times returned. Now if you want to know more like I do please read the book!

Author(s):
Mat Hill
Condition:
As new
EAN-13:
9781874287339
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781874287339
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
Desert Island

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