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Stunning photos of fast cars

Advantages: Great photos
Disadvantages: None

As a motor racing fan who has an interest in the history of the support this book is a must have. It can be described exactly as it says on the cover, it is a collection of mainly black and white images from that seventy year period. There is a two page i ...

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Review of Motor Racing: The Golden Age: Extraordinary Images from 1900 to 1970 - John Tennant

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Addicted

Advantages: Great read, an insight into a hero of mine
Disadvantages: for me, none

INTRODUCTION ****************** Growing up as an Arsenal fan I, like every other twelve year old boy dreamed of being a footballer and idolised the players that were playing week in, week out on the turf at Highbury. My heroes included Ian Wright, Da ...

leighton_87 11.04.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Addicted - Ian Ridley, Tony Adams

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From the heart

Advantages: Great read
Disadvantages: None

In recent years, the cerebral qualities of English football have been what has captured the majority of attention with the coming of the continental coach, men like Arsene Wenger, Gerard Houllier and Sven Goran Eriksson. You might argue with that analysi ...

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Review of Addicted - Ian Ridley, Tony Adams

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Tony Adams The Full Story

Advantages: Great read, really exciting and really honest, Great stories from his time as a footballer
Disadvantages: Tony Adams is a footballer not an author and the quality of writing shows why.

What a life Tony Adams has had, a successful footballer with Arsenal and England, winning the highest club and individual awards in England, recovery from alcoholism, prison, a divorce and depression. All is told in his brilliant autobiography, ‘Add ...

Chris_Padden 18.08.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Addicted - Ian Ridley, Tony Adams

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No Donkey, just a vulnerable bloke

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Playing for Arsenal is enough to drive anyone to drink. I'm a firm West Ham fan myself, but I'm still a great admirer of one of the best Defenders that this country's ever had. After Bobby Moore, of course. Co-written with Ian Ridley, Observer Newsp ...

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Review of Addicted - Ian Ridley, Tony Adams

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