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Title:McIlvanney On Boxing
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Hugh McIlvanney
Publisher:Mainstream Publishing
ISBN:1840186054
ISBN 13:
Number of Pages:336
Category:Non fiction, Sports

McIlvanney On Boxing by Hugh McIlvanney

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC McIlvanney On Boxing Hugh McIlvanney is a living legend in sports journalism A regular winner of the fiercely contested UK Sports Writer of the Year award he also has the unique distinction of being the only sports writer to have been voted Journalist of the Year He is respected for his incisive commentaries and perceptive analyses of football and racing but this collection contains the best of his writing on his first great passion boxing The book features in depth analysis of the build up climax and aftermath of over showdowns including Muhammad Ali vs Henry Cooper Joe Frazier vs Muhammad Ali George Foreman vs Ken Norton Eusibio Pedvoza vs Barry McGuigan Lloyd Honeyghan vs Marlon Starling Mike Tyson vs Frank Bruno An essential read for boxing lovers of all ages with writing so vivid that readers will feel like they have a ringside seat

McIlvanney On Boxing

Hugh McIlvanney is a living legend in sports journalism A regular winner of the fiercely contested UK Sports Writer of the Year award he also has the unique distinction of being the only sports writer to have been voted Journalist of the Year He is respected for his incisive commentaries and perceptive analyses of football and racing but this collection contains the best of his writing on his first great passion boxing The book features in depth analysis of the build up climax and aftermath of over showdowns including Muhammad Ali vs Henry Cooper Joe Frazier vs Muhammad Ali George Foreman vs Ken Norton Eusibio Pedvoza vs Barry McGuigan Lloyd Honeyghan vs Marlon Starling Mike Tyson vs Frank Bruno An essential read for boxing lovers of all ages with writing so vivid that readers will feel like they have a ringside seat


McIlvanney On Football

Hugh McIlvanney is a living legend in sports journalism A regular winner of the UK Sports Writer of the Year Award he is the only sportswriter to have been voted Journalist of the Year and in he was named as one of the top British journalists of the modern era br br This book represents the best of almost years of excellence in football writing for i The Scotsman i i The Observer i and the i Sunday Times i including accounts of epic matches and profiles of managerial giants from Matt Busby and Bill Shankly to Jack Charlton Terry Venables and Alex Ferguson It provides essays on footballing greats such as Pel Best and Maradona looks at disasters from Ibrox to Hillsborough and celebrates some of the most spectacular World Cup competitions


The Hardest Game

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McIlvanney on Horseracing

This compilation of articles focuses on the performers and personalities human and equine of horse racing over the past three to four decades The book takes the reader to the biggest and most glamorous occasions at Epsom and Ascot Cheltenham and through to quieter experiences in training


World Cup '70

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McIlvanney on boxing: An anthology

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McIlvanney On Boxing : An Anthology

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Kings of the Ring: The History of Heavyweight Boxing

b They ruled the ring with iron fists and carved their names in boxing history Here are their stories told in words and pictures that bring you inside the world of a heavyweight boxing champion b br br This fascinating illustrated retrospective explores the gritty inside stories of the boxers and brawlers who earned the title of Heavyweight Boxing World Champion In perhaps the most beautiful book ever produced on the sport more than color and black and white photographs reveal the stunning brutality and unexpected grace of heavyweight boxing The sport s evolution is traced from through today including such legendary warriors as Joe Louis Rocky Marciano Muhammad Ali and Lennox Lewis as well as lesser known champions like Bob Fitzsimmons Tommy Burns and Jack Sharkey Detailed biographies and complete career statistics are provided for each champion along with an amazing look at what it s like to be inside the eye of the storm at a world championship fight br br br br br br br br br br


A Cultured Left Foot

All agree that Pele and Maradona had it Most agree that Zidane has it and that Gazza almost had it Laid out here are the eleven key elements that make up footballing greatness in a thinking man s study of the beautiful game


Jock Stein

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