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The Trader, the Owner, the Slave: Parallel Lives in the Age of Slavery
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Whatever Happened to the Peoples Game?
Part One People on the Inside
Clubs and Managers
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A. H. Halsey Association Football athletes athleticism basic became become behaviour Bill Murray black players black sportsmen Britain British broader Brussels disaster changes commercial communities competitive comprehensive schools contemporary critics culture decline discipline E. P. Thompson economic educational England English fans English football events of 1985 evidence fact football clubs football crowd football fans football grounds football hooliganism football matches football violence football's forms game of football game's gangs groups Heysel disaster Heysel stadium host Ibid important increasingly industrial labour large numbers league leisure less Liverpool London major Manchester United merely millions modern game National Front national game notably obvious organised pattern People's Game plebeian police political politicians popular public school pupils racism recent seemed soccer social problems society spectators stadium successful summer of 1985 teams television throughout Tony Mason traditional transformed true unemployment urban Walvin watch working-class young youths