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Never before has anyone drawn together so many teams from the Victorian era and told the history of early football teams around the Midlands. Most of the teams in this book have never previously been written about. The author has unearthed the site of many previously unknown grounds from Telford to Derby, and several teams will be seen for the first time. The author avoids the usual telephone-directory style of fact listing found in other football history books and includes humorous incidents arising from his eight-county driveabout, as he seeks out and visits the Lost Teams of the Midlands.

Mike Bradbury recently retired after spending thirty years as a local government officer with Birmingham City Council. A lifelong interest in all things Victorian has led to the research into this book. Mike is also a musician and has played keyboards on eight albums since 2001. Mike is a member of the Lewis Carroll Society, and his other interests include Pre-Raphaelite art and railways.

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  • PDF | 450 pages
  • XLIBRIS (October 22, 2013)
  • English
  • 4
  • History

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