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Ball Games: Field & Outdoor
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|Sheffield Wednesday Miscellany is packed with fascinating facts, figures, trivia, stats, stories and anecdotes all relating to the history of Wednesday. From memorable matches and favourite sons, the book follows no set order, chronological or otherwise, but has plenty to keep any fanatic coming back for more - and is fully endorsed by the club.|
|Publisher||Pitch Publishing Ltd|
|Date of Publication||25/09/2010|
|Genre||Ball Games: Field & Outdoor|
|Place of Publication||Hove|
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Imprint||Pitch Publishing Ltd|
|Content Note||includes contemporary and historic black and white images|
|Format Details||With dust jacket|
|Author Biography||Jason Dickinson was first taken to Hillsborough by father Ken in the late 1970s - the famous Boxing Day game against Sheffield United being an early memory. He bought his first season ticket for the Kop in 1986 and has renewed every year since. He first became interested in the club's history through a burgeoning collection of Wednesday football programmes and trips to the Sheffield Central Library became a weekly routine for many years. Jason started to write for the Owls programme in 1994 and five years later penned his first book on the club: 100 Years at Hillsborough. A second title was published in 2005, in collaboration with John Brodie, The Wednesday Boys - A Who's Who of Sheffield Wednesday 1880-2005, followed by Sheffield Wednesday On This Day in 2009.|
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