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    bartmart
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    Leeds Books

    Post by bartmart on Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:37 pm

    Got 'Dirty Leeds' by Robert Endeacott as an xmas gift, definately up there with the 'unforgiven' as a book to read about the Revie era. Also highlights how much we owe to 'The Don' when you look at the average attendences for the early sixties (13 to 14 thousand)when Leeds United were an unfashionable club that did not attract any support from outside Leeds.
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    Re: Leeds Books

    Post by LUFC DAVE on Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:24 am

    currently reading life in the press box, good read


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    Re: Leeds Books

    Post by Deebo on Tue Jan 19, 2010 11:23 am

    Big collector of Leeds books me...

    I even compiled a definative list online of every Leeds United related book:

    http://www.lufctalk.com/resources/leeds-united-books/

    Two best ones recently are:

    DIRTY LEEDS
    http://www.lufctalk.com/resources/leeds-united-books/dirty-leeds-289.html

    And FOR CLUB AND COUNTRY
    http://www.lufctalk.com/resources/leeds-united-books/leeds-united-internationals-for-club-and-country-299.html

    Be interested to know if there are any books I have missed of, or what you think in general of the listings...

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