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S which forged the modern game turning accepted wisdom on its head It's a story which is strangely familiar of grasping players corrupt clubs and autocratic officials It's a tale of brutality but at times too of surprising artistry Above all it's a story of how football uniuely among the sports of that era became what it is today the people's gam. This well researched book tells the story of how the game of football became to be the most popular sport in the world From its humble beginnigs

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Beastly Fury

Nineteenth century It's a tale of testosterone filled public schoolboys eccentric mill owners and bolshy miners and of why we play football the way we do Who invented heading Why do we have an offside law And why are foreigners so much better than us at the game we inventedBased on exhaustive research Beastly Fury picks apart the complex processe. A must read for any football fan An amazingly detailed history of the game and it s evolution both in terms of the rules and styles of play to

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Footeballe is nothinge but beastlie furie and extreme violence wrote Thomas Elyot in 1531 Nearly five hundred years later the game may still seem furious and violent but it has also become the most popular sport on the planetThis is the story of how the modern professional spectator sport of football was born in Britain in the second half of the. This is a well researched book about the birth of modern football and how it grew from ruffians in the English towns and countrysides to the earl


4 thoughts on “Beastly Fury

  1. says:

    This is a well researched book about the birth of modern football and how it grew from ruffians in the English towns and countrysides to the early football stadia It covers corruption yes nothing new autocratic owners nothing new either and how brutal the game was It also covers some of the reason why English football is so tribal and helps

  2. says:

    A must read for any football fan An amazingly detailed history of the game and it’s evolution both in terms of the rules and styles of play to the pioneering players and clubs that took football from a game of the elite to the gam

  3. says:

    This well researched book tells the story of how the game of football became to be the most popular sport in the world From its humble beginnigs as a game played by ruffians to its gentrification by the public schools to it becomming the working mans favoutite spectator sport

  4. says:

    Superbly researched well told tale of the birth of football Excellent book for both football aficionados and social historians

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