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'Not just a game of two halves: with half-time, injury time, extra time and a penalty shoot-out included, this long-unavailable, richly detailed account of English soccer does credit to a perhaps unlikely enthusiasm of one of the leading figures in theBritish Poetry Revival.
From pig’s bladders kicked through the fields via cold, wet Saturday afternoons on the terraces to the ascendancy of the money men and FIFA’s ursine embrace, self-deprecating scholarship, sly juxtapositions and poetic disruption combine discursively in a manner that is always unmistakably Bill Griffiths’. '
- Adrian Clarke
Published by Veer Books
180 x 255 mm