From the publisher:
Legends at the Lane is an independent compilation of match worn shirts from iconic periods, players and games and the long and illustrious history of Sheffield United football club. Featuring the iconic jerseys worn by Blades heroes in FA Cup final wins and semi-final losses, derby-day victories over city rivals Wednesday and the historic 1970/91 promotion season, Legends at the Lane aims to capture the literal fabric of Sheffield United. But it is more than just a history of the colours worn by the great and good of Bramall Lane history.
This impressive, full-colour, hardback, coffee-table style book - with a foreword from legendary striker Brian Deane - will bring the shirts to life; capturing and featuring the stories of some of the most iconic players to have worn that iconic badge, in some of the most iconic games in the club's history.
Danny Hall is a sports journalist at The Star newspaper in Sheffield. He's a three-time winner of the 'sports journalist of the year award' and covered Sheffield United's promotion seasons in 2016/17 and 2018/19. His other books include 'He's one of our own', 'Our Time' and 'We're not going to Wembley', while he also co-wrote Paddy Kenny's autobiography 'The Gloves are Off'. Follow him on Twitter: @dannyhall04. Pete O'Leary is a boyhood Blades fan and avid shirt collector. Follow him on Twitter: @petetoleary