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Bremner: The Complete Biography
- Hardback - Great Northern
Billy Bremner remains, more than a decade on from his premature death at the age of just 54, one of football's most iconic figures. This text presents the inside story on everything from just how close Maradona once came to signing for Bremner to the ups and downs that characterised a truly extraordinary career.
Beneath The Black Water
- Hardback - History
'Beneath the Black Water' tells the story of one man's obsession to catch an ancient fish in the deepest waters of the Scottish Highlands and beyond.
Bob McIntyre: The Flying Scot
- Paperback - DB
This book tells the story of Bob McIntyre, the man who never actually won a world championship, but certainly deserved to. The in-depth account of his career focuses on the bikes and the races, but also provides an insight into Bob's life away from the track.
Balls!!: The Sun's A-Z Of Football's Funniest Stories
- Paperback - Black & White
The Scottish Sun's infamous A to Z brings you the lurid tales from the dressing rooms of Scottish football clubs. It is the place on a Monday where players, managers and backroom staff dish all the dirt. For 13 seasons, players have been spilling the beans on what really goes on and off the pitch in Monday's superb SuperGoals pull-out.
Billy Bremner: Keep Fighting
- Hardback - Black & White
Billy Bremner is a football icon. During his years playing for Leeds United and Scotland his passion for the game and his commitment to the cause - made him an all-time footballing legend.
Botham's Book Of The Ashes: A Lifetime Love Affair With Cricket's Greatest Rivalry
- Hardback - Mainstream
Ian Botham and the Ashes are as closely intertwined as willow and leather or Merv Hughes and his moustache. In this book, Ian takes you on a ride through his relationship with cricket's oldest and most treasured prize, revealing just how it has shaped his life and how he has helped to turn it into the contest it is today.
- Paperback - Faber
Whilst on tour, musician David Byrne rides his folding bike through many of the world's principal cities. The point of view from his bike seat has given Byrne a panoramic window on urban life over the last 30 years, and this book gives the reader an insight into what Byrne is seeing and thinking as he pedals around these cities.
The British Boxing Board Of Control Boxing Yearbook 2010
- Paperback - Mainstream
Combining information about all those involved in boxing in Britain, this yearbook is a record of British and international boxing throughout the year. It also offers specially commissioned features and the results of the editor's extensive research into the early days of the professional sport.
Ben Nevis: Britain's Highest Mountain
- Hardback - Scottish Mountaineering Trust
Ben Nevis proposes a unique challenge to climbers, both in terms of height and adverse weather conditions. This book charts the history of human interaction with the mountain.
A Bhoy Called Bertie
- Paperback - Black & White
Celtic legend Bertie Auld is one of the most colourful and controversial characters in Scottish football history. This is his autobiography.