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The Utilita Football Yearbook 2021-2022

ISBN: 9781472288349
€33.80
The market-leading book of football statistics.
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'It's been the basis of my work since 1971. It's the internet between covers' John Motson

'The definitive chronicle of changing times for so many who love the sport' Ian Herbert, Daily Mail

'The Yearbook stands for authority and integrity' Martin Tyler

'The first reference book you should turn to' Daily Telegraph

The Utilita Football Yearbook 2021-2022 is the market-leading book of football statistics, featuring everything you need to know about domestic and international football.

Since its first appearance in 1970, The Football Yearbook has heralded the start of each new season and served as the sport's book of record, faithfully chronicling decades of both tradition and evolution.

Now in its 52nd year of publication, the Yearbook celebrates that legacy and undertakes to do what it always does - to meticulously record the season just gone and look forward to the season about to start, all within more than a thousand pages of pure footballing facts and figures.

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'It's been the basis of my work since 1971. It's the internet between covers' John Motson

'The definitive chronicle of changing times for so many who love the sport' Ian Herbert, Daily Mail

'The Yearbook stands for authority and integrity' Martin Tyler

'The first reference book you should turn to' Daily Telegraph

The Utilita Football Yearbook 2021-2022 is the market-leading book of football statistics, featuring everything you need to know about domestic and international football.

Since its first appearance in 1970, The Football Yearbook has heralded the start of each new season and served as the sport's book of record, faithfully chronicling decades of both tradition and evolution.

Now in its 52nd year of publication, the Yearbook celebrates that legacy and undertakes to do what it always does - to meticulously record the season just gone and look forward to the season about to start, all within more than a thousand pages of pure footballing facts and figures.