Peterborough United: Who's Who? 1960-2002 by Matt Hill

Peterborough United: Who's Who? 1960-2002

byMatt Hill

Kobo ebook | October 10, 2012

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Peterborough United have been in the Football League since 1960. By 2002, 499 different players had pulled on a Posh shirt. Some played hundreds of games for the club, and one thinks of heroes such as Terry Bly, Denis Emery, Tommy Robson, Chris Turner and Ken Charlery. But many others played just one game for Posh. Some even took the field for a few moments as an injury-time substitute in some obscure cup competition. Their names, until now, would have been forgotten by all but the most devoted supporter. Big or small, famous or infamous, whether they played 500 games or for just 5 seconds, every Posh first-team player earns a place in this definitive record. This book will provoke much argument as former heroes and villains are recalled. If you want to discover which Posh winger of the 1960s represented Australia in the 1974. World Cup finals, or who paid a £50 club fine in penny coins, or which ex-goalkeeper is now a detective with the Bedfordshire Police, this is the book for you.
Title:Peterborough United: Who's Who? 1960-2002Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 10, 2012Publisher:Desert Island BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1908495812

ISBN - 13:9781908495815

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