The book reviews from WSC 301 are online now. Jumpers for Goalposts focuses on the simple idea that "football has become shit over the past 20 years". As reviewer Pete Green notes: "Richard Scudamore will hate every word." For his new book Family: Life, Death and Football, Michael Calvin spent a year with Millwall. Calvin lucked out when his club won promotion to the Championship in the play-offs, but any fortune was well-deserved for this frank, funny and brutally honest portrait of a season. Underdog! celebrates the improbable victories in football's history. Wimbledon's FA Cup winners, Northampton Town's 1950s side and Orient's 1962 team are all acclaimed. Finally, Richard Wilson's Inside the Divide offers a "robust, solid and relentlessly serious" history of the Old Firm rivalry.

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