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  • Author:
    Richard Havers
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    085733168X
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    Haynes Publishing (October 1, 2011)
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    208 pages
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Anyone interested in football has memories of significant games, when their team played brilliantly (or even lost spectacularly). Those Were the Games is all about fascinating football matches from the last 100 years.

Anyone interested in football has memories of significant games, when their team played brilliantly (or even lost spectacularly). Some might be the greatest games they've ever watched - games not necessarily involving the team they support – others might be 'a first', while some may be football matches that have been spoken about by an older generation, held up as examples Anyone interested in football has memories of significant games, when their team played brilliantly (or even lost spectacularly).

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Those Were The Games: A . Adam Powley is a journalist and writer behind more than 15 books. He is the author of the When Football Was Football volumes on the World Cup and Tottenham Hotspur, and is the co-author of the acclaimed 61: The Spurs Double, The Boys From White Hart Lane and the bestselling Spurs Miscellany. He was also a major contributor to The Spurs Opus, When Saturday Comes: The half-decent football book, and Football: The Ultimate Guide. He has also reported and written for the Sunday Mirror, The Guardian, and Time Out.

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According to FIFA, the world governing body of football, the contemporary history of the game began in 1863 in England, when rugby football and association football "branched off on their different courses" and the English Football Association (the FA) was formed as the sport's first governing body. Until the 19th century, football had been played in various forms using a multiplicity of rules under the general heading of "folk football"

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When Football Was Football: Fulham : A Nostalgic Look at a Century of the Club. Richard lives in South London with his partner Hady and their son Stanley, and has a season ticket in the Riverside Stand.

Anyone interested in football has memories of significant games, when their team played brilliantly (or even lost spectacularly). Some might be the greatest games they've ever watched - games not necessarily involving the team they support – others might be 'a first', while some may be football matches that have been spoken about by an older generation, held up as examples of the way football used to be. Those Were the Games is all about fascinating football matches from the last 100 years.