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Passed to You

£24.99

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This book is the autobiography of Charles Patrick 'Charlie' Tully (1924-1971), a footballer who spent most of his career with Celtic Football Club, scoring 47 goals in 319 appearances over 11 years (also scoring 3 goals in 10 matches for the Northern Ireland National Team). Beginning at his birth and continuing on to the time of publishing (a year before he left Celtic F.C.), Charlie also makes mention of training styles and methods and how effective (or ineffective) he believes them to be. An interesting read for those who are fans of Scottish football or football played post-war.

The book is in very good condition, with the only signs of wear appearing on the dust jacket. The dust jacket has minor signs of wear and small tears along the edges, but is in one piece. The book itself has slight fading along the top edge due to sun exposure, but the cover is in otherwise good condition. Internally, the pages are clean (if slightly yellowed), the binding is good and there are no loose sheets or graffiti.

Item details

Author(s):
Charlie Tully
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.8 x 14 cm
Edition:
1958
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
The Soccer Book Club
Title:
Passed to You

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This book is the autobiography of Charles Patrick 'Charlie' Tully (1924-1971), a footballer who spent most of his career with Celtic Football Club, scoring 47 goals in 319 appearances over 11 years (also scoring 3 goals in 10 matches for the Northern Ireland National Team). Beginning at his birth and continuing on to the time of publishing (a year before he left Celtic F.C.), Charlie also makes mention of training styles and methods and how effective (or ineffective) he believes them to be. An interesting read for those who are fans of Scottish football or football played post-war.

The book is in very good condition, with the only signs of wear appearing on the dust jacket. The dust jacket has minor signs of wear and small tears along the edges, but is in one piece. The book itself has slight fading along the top edge due to sun exposure, but the cover is in otherwise good condition. Internally, the pages are clean (if slightly yellowed), the binding is good and there are no loose sheets or graffiti.

Author(s):
Charlie Tully
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.8 x 14 cm
Edition:
1958
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
The Soccer Book Club
Title:
Passed to You

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