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Children of the Revolution

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At the start of the 1970s Aston Villa Football Club was teetering on the brink of the worst moment in its history - relegation to the third division. By the end of the decade the club was poised for its greatest moments of the 20th century - winning the league championship and European Cup. The 1970s were the decade in which Aston Villa finally shook off the cobwebs of years of decline and decay and reasserted themselves as a significant force in the game. Beginning with the revolution of 1968, when the old board of directors were swept from power, this book tells the story of those remarkable years through the eyes of the players and supporters who experienced them at first hand.

Item details

Added value:
Fine condition
Author(s):
Whitehead, Richard
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0946866511
ISBN-13:
9780946866519
Number of pages:
319
Publisher:
Sports Projects

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At the start of the 1970s Aston Villa Football Club was teetering on the brink of the worst moment in its history - relegation to the third division. By the end of the decade the club was poised for its greatest moments of the 20th century - winning the league championship and European Cup. The 1970s were the decade in which Aston Villa finally shook off the cobwebs of years of decline and decay and reasserted themselves as a significant force in the game. Beginning with the revolution of 1968, when the old board of directors were swept from power, this book tells the story of those remarkable years through the eyes of the players and supporters who experienced them at first hand.

Added value:
Fine condition
Author(s):
Whitehead, Richard
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0946866511
ISBN-13:
9780946866519
Number of pages:
319
Publisher:
Sports Projects

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