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Post Punk Football

Jim Keoghan

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From the publisher:

Ever thought you could run your club better than the chairman? Ever wondered what it would be like to make the journey from the terraces to the boardroom? Some fans have done more than just think about it. Post Punk Football looks at their stories, picking up from where 2014 Punk Football left off. With the sport in a state of flux, plagued by financial madness and talk of a European Super League, fan power has never mattered more than it does today. Post Punk Football is a tale of hope, an exploration of what makes fans to special, and an antidote to those who refuse to acknowledge that football without fans is nothing.

The author:

Jim Keoghan was born in Liverpool in the 1970s, growing up in a household that was Evertonian to its core. Dreams of one day growing up and playing for the club were ultimately dashed by the crushing realisation that Sunday League was as good as it got (and even that wasn't that good).

And so, he has done the next best thing, writing about both the sport and the club he loves.

Along with three books on Everton (Highs, Lows and Bakayokos, Everton's Greatest Games and Everton Number 9), he has also written on the structural and cultural side of the game in Punk Football and How to Run a Football Club.

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20 x 13 cm
Paperback
160 pages
May 2022
English
9798826874325