British Sports Books 2011

The British Sports Book Awards is a highlight of the sports publishing year and an opportunity for writers, editors, sports stars and corporate supporters to mingle and rub shoulders in an atmosphere of fraternal bonhomie.

British Sports Books 2011

No place to hide, by Errol Christie This is not a story about famous friends and glamourous encounters it is a story of grit and determination to become one 0f the most promising British boxers of his generation.
My Liverpool Home, by Kenny Dalglish King Kenny reveals the highs and the lows, the characters, the laughter and the triumphs of Anfield.
Promised Land, The Reinvention of Leeds United, by Anthony Clavane A fascinating jouney into the dark heart of ill fated Leeds United FC.
Trautmanns Journey, by Catrine Clay A plucky tale of how fifteen minutes before the end of the FA Cup final he falls mid tackle, but carries on playing ensuring a Man City win. An xray later reveals a broken neck. An excellent biography of former Hitler Youth star and Man City goalie
The Story of Your Life, by James Lambie The Turbulent history of the Queen Mum’s favourite paper the Sporting Life
Blood, Sweat and Treason: My Story, by Henry Olonga Sports book meets real life thriller in the story of Zimbabwean cricketer, whose black arm band protest against Robert Mugabe at the 2003 world cup saw him flee his homeland in fear of his life.
61: the Spurs Double A beautifully illustrated book of previously unseen Spurs photos and memorabilia
Overdrive Formula 1 in the zone, by Clive Brolin Exclusive interviews with 100′s of the worlds quickest racers.

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