25 May ~ The book reviews from WSC 291 are available online now. Debate whether there "is a touch of Fawlty Towers about the Republic of Ireland's golden years" and Jack Charlton's horror at a nudist camp in Stuttgart To Saipan. Meanwhile, Revie Revered And Reviled and Keep Fighing: The Billy Bremner Story both try to refute the pantomime villain incarnations of the Leeds Utd heroes of the 1960s and 1970s. GB United looks into the end of the amateur dream, including how an Isthmian League team lost to the Bulgarian World Cup squad at the 1972 Olympics. Finally, Les Padfield, an experienced scout, condemns the vanity and greed of modern football in Scouting For Moyes.

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