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Make Us Dream: The Story of Liverpool's 2013/14 Season

Neil Atkinson, John Gibbons

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From the publisher:

Liverpool's 2013/14 campaign was no ordinary football season. It was the season when everything changed. A year of hope, fantasy, adventure; where joyous reclamation met crushing disappointment and won. A season defined by many individuals, moments, goals and memories. A time when the brand of heroic and daring football - and footballers that seemed consigned to the sepia toned era of the game s past returned. It was a season when millions of Liverpool supporters dared to dream again.

The author:

Neil Atkinson's first game saw Liverpool win 5-0 and Gary Gillespie score a hat trick. If ever a bar was too high... Since that halycon day in 1986 Neil's gone to school, started and finished a Liverpool fanzine and performed a series of office jobs to varying degrees of success. Currently he is in the process of writing and producing cinema while presenting The Anfield Wrap in its myriad of forms. He is usually to be found in Liverpool City Centre. Running late. John Gibbons got his first Liverpool season ticket in 1992 when he was 10 years old. He's had it ever since. He has been to 10 of the 12 cup finals Liverpool have played in this time. John's best imagined in a suit and carrying a trumpet rushing from A to B as he plays with a variety of bands in Liverpool who request his services. He organises and promotes the popular Dovedale Social music night on Penny Lane. He has written for The Anfield Wrap about football and music since 2011. When time allows he writes for other Liverpool outlets about music. Neil and John present The Anfield Wrap on CityTalk 105.9 and get a load of people to come into a room and talk football with them. They decided to do this in book form about a season they both loved. They hope you like it.

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deCoubertin Books
23 x 15 cm
Paperback
240 pages
July 2014
English
9781909245211