Hooligans: The A-L of Britain's Football Hooligan Gangs (used)
Nick Lowles, Andy Nicholls
For forty years, the scourge of hooliganism has blighted Britain's national game. Organised gangs from almost every town and city in the nation have used football as the arena for violent clashes in an unofficial contest for supremacy. They have rioted, wrecked, maimed and even killed. Yet they have remained largely anonymous, a reviled yet intriguing sub-sect of society.
The result of years of behind-the-scenes research, and with an extensive foreword describing the history of hooliganism in the UK, 'Hooligans' combines hard fact with personal anecdote in a factual but entertaining reference guide to a modern cultural phenomenon.