Soccer History, Issue 32


The three remaining articles not yet previewed from issue 32 of Soccer History are as follows:

Dave Welbourne writes about the role of football in military recruitment in Bradford in the 1914-15 season, a topical look in the centenary year of the outbreak of World War One.

Graham Curry reveals that one of those present at the very first meeting of the Football Association on 26 October 1863 was an Australian.

In an article reprinted from FA News for December 1959, the journalist Basil Easterbrook reveals himself as a prototype for modern day ground hoppers.

Copies of the magazine can be obtained by sending a cheque for £4.50 (£5.00 outside UK) payable to Soccer History, to 26 Saxon Street, Lincoln, LN1 3HN.



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