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  1. Harry Kane

    The story of the local kid, born five miles down the road from White Hart Lane stadium, who became the hero Tottenham and England greatly needed, stepping out of the suburbs and into the limelight.
  2. Athletico Mince

    For the first book inspired by their wildly popular podcast, Bob Mortimer and Andy Dawson considered producing an authoritative guide to the past, present and future world of football.
  3. Up Front

    Big, blond and a goal-scoring machine, Kerry Dixon delighted Chelsea and England fans during the 1980s. Yet his fall from grace, from the pinnacle of a playing career that had few equals, has been, by his own admission, spectacular.
  4. Bale

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  5. Up Front

    Big, blond and a goal-scoring machine, Kerry Dixon delighted Chelsea and England fans during the 1980s. Yet his fall from grace has been, by his own admission, spectacular. His story, however, is unique at once for its flashes of humour in adversity, its clear-eyed reflections on a different age of football, and for its humility.
  6. John Terry

    John Terry, footballing legend and Chelsea hero, graduated from Chelsea youth academy to become an international star. With five FA Cups, four Premier Leagues - including an incredible 2014/15 campaign, and a Champions League medal hanging in his trophy cabinet, John Terry must go down as one of the greatest Englishmen to ever play the game.
  7. Rooney Tunes

    At just 20 years old, Wayne Rooney has given his international side the cohesion and the drive that they need to propel them to the top of any tournament. This book contains information about this exceptional young man: from his early family life and childhood kickarounds in the park, to his apprenticeship with the Everton youth team and more.
  8. Jamie Vardy, The Boy From Nowhere

    A real-life rags-to-riches tale that every boy up and down the country dreams of, this is the incredible true story of Jamie Vardy, the boy who came from nowhere to the very top.
  9. Oh Rio

    Rio Ferdinand has established himself as a top defender. He burst onto the pitch at the young age of seventeen at West Ham, and played a pivotal role in England's 2002 World Cup campaign. In 2004, he missed a drugs test, and was banned from professional football for eight months. This book covers the highs and the lows of his career.
  10. Jose

    In December 2015, the love affair between Jose Mourinho and Chelsea came to an incredible and stunning end. This book chronicles the entire remarkable story, with a critical insight into how and why it ended so dramatically.
  11. Sir Walter Winterbottom

    The first paperback edition of this absorbing biography of one of the game's greatest leaders.
  12. Diego Costa

    Diego Costa: 'The Beast' is an in-depth look into the life of this spectacular footballer and his rise to the very top.

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