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Blackburn Rovers

An Illustrated History



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Blackburn Rovers: An Illustrated History by Mike Jackman
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Blackburn Rovers are one of the great names of British soccer and the club has had its share of ups and downs since it was formed in 1875. In this substantially revised and updated edition of his popular club history, Mike Jackman charts the fascinating story of the club's fortunes from the earliest days to the present time. From early honours (the club were six times winners of the FA Cup before World War Two) to more modern achievements including the historic victory of winning the Premiership in 1995, right through to this year's Premiership campaign, the book is a fascinating insight into the history of this proud club. Fully illustrated throughout, and including pen portraits of key players, this new book is sure to appeal to Blackburn Rovers supporters of all ages, and will be a welcome addition to the bookshelves of every fan.

Author Biography

Mike Jackman, who has been watching Blackburn Rovers for over 40 years, is the author of several previous Breedon books about the club. He works as a primary school teacher in the town.
Release date NZ
July 31st, 2006
2nd Revised edition
200 illustrations
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Breedon Books Publishing Co Ltd
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