‘The Lost World of Football’ launches at the National Football Museum

Derek Hammond and Gary Silke, authors of ‘The Lost World of Football’, were in Manchester on Saturday…
…signing copies of the follow up to ‘Got, Not Got’, as well as the new club editions Got, Not Got: Manchester United, West Ham and Leeds.

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‘The Lost World of Football’ sees Derek and Gary return with their unique blend of grumpy humour and memories shared by millions of fans – all lavishly illustrated with more than 1000 pictures and items of fan memorabilia in a huge, all-encompassing addition to the expanding Got, Not Got series.
You can have a sneak peek at the first few pages here

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We would like to thank everyone who turned out to see us, some of whom travelled quite a long way, and also to the museum staff who made us very welcome.
The National Football Museum covers four floors and houses the world’s greatest football collection, comprising some 140,000 items. If you are visiting, give yourself at least two hours, because it is packed with fantastic stuff.

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All photos: Simon Kimber

The club editions and ‘What a Shot!’ are now available on Amazon via the following links:

Manchester United 

Leeds United

West Ham United

What a Shot!

‘The Lost World of Football’ is available now in branches of WH Smiths and Waterstones or can be ordered here…  

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