Match Day Football Programmes

Match Day: Official Football Programmes ISBN 0-9550061-4-7 / 978-0-9550061-4-2 Paperback, 8.75 x 12.75 in. / 208 pgs / 360 color. / U.S. $55.00 CDN $66.00 October / Design

Author: Paul Kelly

Publisher: Fuel Pub

ISBN: 0955006147

Category: Design

Page: 207

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Match Day: Official Football Programmes ISBN 0-9550061-4-7 / 978-0-9550061-4-2 Paperback, 8.75 x 12.75 in. / 208 pgs / 360 color. / U.S. $55.00 CDN $66.00 October / Design
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Football Programme Collection Log Book

Football Programme Collection Log Book This book allows you to record your unique football programme collection Ideal for the dedicated collector or football fan to record each matchday programme At a glance view of programmes for each ...

Author: E&B Press

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ISBN: 9798541357417

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Page: 126

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Football Programme Collection Log Book This book allows you to record your unique football programme collection Ideal for the dedicated collector or football fan to record each matchday programme At a glance view of programmes for each season Flexible to record single team programmes per season or multiple teams A perfect gift for any football programme collector Whether your passion for collecting programmes and other collectible memorabilia began when you were taken to football matches as a child to watch your favourite team or has grown out of the love for the game. Football Programme Collectors Log Book is great for every programme collector. Suitable for any era, whether your collection concentrates on the modern game, vintage programmes from the 1950s to 1970s, wartime football or pre-war programmes. Designed to allow you to customise the competition name and add rearranged matches or different versions from the same game. Great for all Football competitions like the old Division 1 to 4, Premier League, Fa Cup, Europa League, Champions League, Non-League, Friendlies and Internationals and others. Record when, how each programme was acquired, cost and condition. Log match postponed, scarce due to low attendance, testimonials or even charity matches, details specific to each programme. Create your own coveted programme list and check them off as you go. Clear layout to manage your programme inventory and catalogue your collection. Use as an accompaniment at fairs and auctions, as a reminder of those elusive programmes that might be hiding on a dealers table or in an auction lot. Notes and Contact pages included. A great log book for any programme collector, supporter or fan. Take a look inside and buy now.
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Bigotry Football and Scotland

Outside of immediate match day policing operations Football Intelligence Officers (FIOs) have a key role in identifying individuals who should be targeted for FBOs, including proactively targeting individuals involved in footballrelated ...

Author: John Flint

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9780748670383

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

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A multidisciplinary analysis of sectarianism and bigotry in Scottish football Sectarianism and bigotry are among the most publicly debated issues in Scotland, often reported in the newspapers as the "e;shame"e; of Scotland's national game. The current crisis in Scottish football includes high profile controversies and disorder related to bigotry and sectarianism which resulted in new legislation to tackle offensive behaviour in and beyond football grounds. In this collection, contributors from a range of disciplinary positions present the latest empirical research evidence and social theory to examine and debate fundamental issues about bigotry in Scottish football and society. The topic has raised many questions. How should sectarianism and bigotry be defined and understood? What are the experiences and impacts of bigotry on different populations in Scotland? Are recent events unique or do they have historic precedents and contemporary comparisons beyond Scotland? What should be the response of government, football authorities, clubs, football supporters and other institutions and organisations in Scotland regarding legislation? What vision should we have for a future Scottish society and its diverse population? Bigotry, Football and Scotland will appeal to all those interested in Scotland's national game, the role of football in the 21st Century and how multicultural contemporary societies attempt to resolve prejudice and promote diversity.
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Football For Dummies

Ever since the late 1880s and the advent of regular league football in England, clubs have produced a match day programme. Initially just a team sheet printed on a piece of paper orcard,theprogramme grewinsizeovertheyearsintothe ...

Author: Scott Murray

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470664407

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 404

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Whether you want to impress friends and colleagues with new-found football wisdom, brush up on details you're unsure about (the offside rule, anyone?) or improve your practical skills, this is the book for you! Covering all the basics of the game, rules and tactics, as well as giving an in-depth history of the sport and how it has evolved to the present day, this indispensable guide will get you up to speed on the most popular game in the world in no time. With dream team formations, tips on football betting and supporting, essential coverage on the World Cup, and stats on current teams, players and managers both at home and abroad, football expert and Guardian journalist Scott Murray keeps it fun, fresh and knowledgeable to get you through the major tournaments and beyond. Football For Dummies includes: PART 1: KICK OFF Chapter 1: The bare essentials Chapter 2: A rich history Chapter 3: Get your boots on - the gear you need PART 2: PLAYING THE GAME Chapter 4: Laying down the laws Chapter 5: Positions and tactics Chapter 6: Honing your skills Chapter 7: Talented training Chapter 8: Coaching, managing and leadership Chapter 9: Putting it all into practice PART 3: THE WORLD OF FOOTBALL Chapter 11: The World Cup Chapter 12: The international scene Chapter 13: The British club scene Chapter 14: Taking on the world Chapter 15: Women's football PART 4: FANS ENCLOSURE Chapter 16: Going to the match Chapter 17: Read all about it... Chapter 18: Compulsive viewing: Football on TV (and film, and DVD...) Chapter 19: Joining in (sort of...) PART 5: THE PART OF TENS Chapter 20: Great players Chapter 21: Great managers Chapter 22: Great matches Chapter 23: Bad behaviour PART 6: APPENDICES Appendix 1: Appendix A: Honour Boards Appendix 2: Glossary Appendix 3: Key Football Organisations
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Consuming Football in Late Modern Life

[Sunderland, aged 28 (MF)] For Gary, the performance of overt consumption – such as those marketing or entertainment ploys that are present on any given match-day (that is, reacting on cue to the match-day MC or waving at the big screen ...

Author: Kevin Dixon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317161141

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 168

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Consuming Football in Late Modern Life explores the phenomenon of football (soccer) fandom as consumption in the age of late modernity. By centralising fandom within the sociology of consumption, the book examines how this phenomenon equates to a fluid series of consumption activities that are practiced in the course of everyday life. In turn, the work departs from much of the existing literature that features exceptional properties of fanatical fans, in order to emphasise the position that seemingly trivial acts of consumption can have a profound influence on the construction, maintenance and evolution of football fandom cultures. Containing up to date research findings derived from a programme of interviews with a sample of football fans, Kevin Dixon examines the social, emotional, economic and technological implications of consumption as fans participate in and respond to the demands of consumer life.
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Match of the Day Annual 2021

From the UK's number 1 football magazine, the very best footy annual is back! Crammed full with fun football trivia, quizzes, games, puzzles, top 10s, cartoons and more, this is the only annual fans of the beautiful game will need.

Author: Ebury Publishing

Publisher: Ebury Press

ISBN: 1785945548

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What a save! From the UK's number 1 football magazine, the very best footy annual is back! Crammed full with fun football trivia, quizzes, games, puzzles, top 10s, cartoons and more, this is the only annual fans of the beautiful game will need. Featuring Gary and all of the MOTD presenters, Paz, Ketch, and the planet's top teams and players, Match of the Day Annual 2021is the best around - it will be on the top of your Christmas list!
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Toocool

The crowd goes wild at the MCG. The Park Legends are up against the Try Hards in a match day footy game. Can Toocool kick the winning goal?

Author: Phil Kettle

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ISBN: 186504587X

Category: Football

Page: 44

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The crowd goes wild at the MCG. The Park Legends are up against the Try Hards in a match day footy game. Can Toocool kick the winning goal?
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The Living Wage

Roles Title Tasks Include Gender Male Female Manager Full Time Catering Operations and Male Hospitality Manager Football Professionals Full Time 25 Professionals Male First Team Support Staff Full time 8 Male Non Matchday Staff ...

Author: Tony Dobbins

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000448672

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 230

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As wealth inequality skyrockets and trade union power declines, the living wage movement has become ever more urgent for public policymakers, academics, and – most importantly – those workers whose wages hover close to the breadline. A real living wage in any part of the world is rarely its minimum wage: it is the minimum income needed to cover living costs and participate fully in society. Most governments’ minimum wages are still falling short, meaning millions of workers struggle to cover their living costs. This book brings new, vital insights to the conversation from a carefully selected group of contributors at the forefront of this field. By juxtaposing advances across sectors and countries, and encompassing many different approaches and indeed definitions of the living wage, Dobbins and Prowse offer a rich tapestry of approaches that may inform public policy. By including the experiences and voices of those workers earning at, or near, the living wage alongside the opinions of leading experts in this field, this book is a pioneering contribution for public policymakers as well as students and academics of work and employment relations, public policy, organizational studies, social economics, and politics.
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Violence and Aggression in Sporting Contests

Demand for match-day attendance in association football has been studied for some time (Matheson 2006). Recent studies have examined attendance demand for European football at the club level (Garcia and Rodriguez 2002; Simmons 1996), ...

Author: R. Todd Jewell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1441966307

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 200

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Sporting contests have provided mass entertainment throughout history, and today generate revenues of approximately $200 billion annually in the US alone. Like in the entertainment industry, the modern sports industry’s revenues are based on the entertainment value of output and more entertaining sporting contests imply greater game-day attendance, television revenues and sales of merchandise. Research by economists has attempted to understand and explain behavior as it relates to sporting contests, showing that standard microeconomic theory used to explain consumer and producer behavior can also be applied to the behavior of fans, team owners, league executives and players. One commonality among many ancient and modern sports is the existence of violence and aggression in contests. Compare, for example, a modern NASCAR race with a Roman chariot race: Only the technology has changed. From the perspective of an economist, violence in sporting contests is an outcome of the forces of supply and demand, and the phenomenon exists because fans respond to it. Spectator preferences for violence bid up the monetary return to this behavior, and the rational response is a more violent or aggressive output. The optimum level of violent or aggressive play in sporting contests is an empirical issue and this book contains chapters on violence and aggression in sports, concentrating on the reasons for the existence and persistence of such behavior. Following a chapter devoted to the history of violence and aggression in sports, subsequent chapters are designed to cover the breadth of international professional sports including American football, soccer, ice hockey, basketball, baseball, auto racing, and fighting sports. Each chapter will contain econometric analysis of violence and aggressive play in a given sport. The individual chapters will examine whether or not a given sports league or governing body should intervene to reduce violence, and where intervention is warranted, extent of appropriate interventions is evaluated. In addition to academics and students concerned with the economics and history of sport, the book’s emphasis on policies at the league and governing-body levels means this book will also be of interest representatives of those institutions. .
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