Amateurs and Professionals in Post-war British Sport

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Adrian Smith, Dilwyn Porter
Taylor & Francis US, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 197 pages
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The pressures and demands of professionalism and commercialization have transformed Britain's sports. At the end of the 20th century sports have been packaged and marketed as mass entertainment for a national or even international audience. This volume explores different facets of this phenomenon.
 

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Contents

IngolbyMacKenzie Colin 44
3
Jacklin Tony 62 74
19
The Decline
31
King JetT 135
37
Laker Jim 45
45
Lancashire County Cricket Club 513
51
The Tournament Player and Ray Physick
61
Amateurism
81
Continuity
115
Lewis Geoff
122
McCormack Mark 62
130
Macfarlane Neil 84
139
The Clubs the
146
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
189
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Adrian Smith is considered the foremost architect of supertall skyscrapers in the world. Formerly with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, his buildings include Burj Dubai, the Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai, and the Trump International Tower in Chicago, where he lives and works.

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