Overview:Hugging Strangers: The Frequent Lows and Occasional Highs of Football Fandom - What is it like to follow one of English football's perennial non-achievers? Hugging Strangers is a celebration of what it means to support your club through thick and thin. It speaks to all who love the game but are lumbered - by way of family, geography or plain bad luck - with a team whose glory days are few and far between. At the end of the 1963/64 season Birmingham City stayed in the first division by winning on the last day of the campaign. In the 55 years that followed, the Blues kept either survival or promotion for the final fixture on a further 12 occasions. Stir in nine relegations, eight promotions, along with play-off failures and embarrassing exits from cup competitions and you'll have an idea of what it means to be a Blues fan. But you don't have to be a Birmingham fan to enjoy this book. This light-hearted collection of tales from a lifelong, hopeless football addict will strike a chord with anyone who has asked themselves quite why they allow this simple game to assume such importance in their lives.
This book is on page /dab2ca502f3ba773ca68bf5353ad5292/book/1603725644-9781785316654. It was written by the following authors: Jon Berry. Book Hugging Strangers: The Frequent Lows and Occasional Highs of Football Fandom, which can be read online, published by the company: Pitch Publishing Ltd. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Sports Books. The book was published on 2020-07-27 00:00:00. It has 256 pages and is published in Paperback format and weight g. File for download Hugging Strangers: The Frequent Lows and Occasional Highs of Football Fandom has PDF format and is called hugging-strangers-the-frequent-lows-and-occasional-highs-of-football-fandom.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our rapidsport.eu site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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