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Giz a Review!

If you have bought any of our books via Amazon then you qualify to write a review… So put your Barry Norman hat on and tell us what you thought. Here’s a good-un… By N. M. Richards on 9 Sep … Continue reading

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That Mitre ball with the red stripe…

These days we are used to balls tailored to individual clubs and the different seasons of the year, but this one caused a bit of a stir breaking down the barriers of plain white that we had been long used … Continue reading

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‘What a Shot!’ – Celebrating the Lost Art of Imperfection

We love this review of our new book: ‘What a Shot!’ on Ian Plenderleith’s blog ‘Stay-At-Home Indie Pop’… Celebrating the Lost Art of Imperfection… Ian has nailed exactly what we had in mind when we put this collection of yours … Continue reading

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Buy your personalised signed copy of ‘What a Shot!’ now!

We have a limited number of signed copies of our new photo book ‘What a Shot!’ that you can buy directly from us with a simple Paypal payment… Ahhh… faded Polaroids of crumbling grounds, distant players toiling in mud and … Continue reading

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The ‘Got, Not Got’ club editions have landed…

Exciting times at Got, Not Got Towers as we clap eyes on our Manchester United, Leeds and West Ham versions for the first time… alongside our photo special ‘What a Shot! – Your Snaps of the Lost World of Football.’ … Continue reading

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What a Shot! Get your photo published in our new book

It’s not too late to get your photo into ‘What a Shot! – Your Snaps of the Lost World of Football’ which is coming out this autumn… Although we want to see any of your football snaps from the 70s … Continue reading

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