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5000 1 The Leicester City Story

Author : Rob Tanner
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THE INCREDIBLE AS-IT-HAPPENED STORY OF LEICESTER CITY’S MARCH TO PREMIER LEAGUE VICTORY In August 2015 bookmakers priced Leicester at 5000-1 to win the Premier League – the same odds as Elvis being found alive. On 2 May 2016, the impossible happened – Leicester won, to ecstatic celebrations in the city and around the world. Relive this remarkable season with Rob Tanner, the Leicester Mercury ’s chief football writer, from the great escape of 2015 to the curtain-closer at Stamford Bridge, via Ulloa’s last-gasp winner at Norwich and Vardy’s stunning volley against Liverpool. Detailing the key matches and turning points, Tanner’s book tells the inside story of Leicester City’s heroic year of triumph – and the players who under Claudio Ranieri’s inspired leadership became the most unlikely champions in football history.

The Estates Gazette

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Parliamentary Papers

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Accounts and Papers of the House of Commons

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Why the U S Men Will Never Win the World Cup

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October 10, 2017. The U.S. men’s soccer team loses in Trinidad and Tobago, and fails to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Winning soccer’s greatest prize never seemed more distant. Immediate fixes—a new coach, a revamped professional league, a commitment to coaching education—won’t put the USA in the global elite. The nation is too fractious, too litigious, too wrapped up in other sports, and too late to the game. In Why the U.S. Men Will Never Win the World Cup: A Historical and Cultural Reality Check, Beau Dure shows what American soccer is really up against. Using hundreds of sources to trace more than 100 years of history, Dure delves into the culture that only recently lost its disdain for the global game and still doesn’t have the depth of soccer insight and passion that much of the world has had for generations. The difficulty isn’t any single thing—the mismanagement of failed leagues, the inability to agree on a path forward, the lawsuits that stem from an inability to agree, or the unique American culture that treasures its homegrown sports. It’s everything. And yet, Why the U.S. Men Will Never Win the World Cup is ultimately optimistic. Dure argues that with the right long-term changes, the U.S. can build a soccer environment that consistently produces quality players, strong results, and a lot more fun on the international stage. Soccer fans and skeptics alike will find this a fascinating examination of America’s past, present, and future in the beautiful game.

The Club

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Two veteran sports writers and editors take readers inside the history of the most-watched sports league on earth -- England's Premier League.

The Museums Journal

Author : Elijah Howarth
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"Indexes to papers read before the Museums Association, 1890-1909. Comp. by Charles Madeley": v. 9, p. 427-452.

Going Down

Author : Simon Banks
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Football's financial bubble has finally burst. After years of growth, the English game is on the verge of bankruptcy with the future of many clubs seriously in doubt. This title explores just how this situation has come about.

The Commercial Motor

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Leicester City FC Miscellany

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Everything you ever needed to know about Leicester City.

Sessional Papers

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Parliamentary Debates Hansard

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Contains the 4th session of the 28th Parliament through the session of the Parliament.

Current Biography Yearbook

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Public Road Transport Analysis

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Transport World

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Nursing Times

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The London Gazette

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Parliamentary Debates Hansard Official Report 6th Series

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Contains debates from the 2d session of the 48th Parliament through the session of the Parliament.

Immigrants Settling in the City

Author : Valerie Marett
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This book surveys the expulsion of Asians from Uganda in 1972 and their subsequent reception and resettlement, with particular reference to the city of Leicester. Initially, Leicester gained the reputation of being particularly unwelcoming to the immigrants, because of its official policy of placing discouraging notices in the Ugandan press.

Tribune

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