The League Doesn't Lie: The 606 Book of Football Lists

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Random House, Sep 27, 2012 - Games - 448 pages
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In The League Doesn’t Lie, the 606 team have selected the most debatable topics from the world of football, from best manager to most memorable penalty, and worst haircut ever to the ultimate England team. Learn about the top ten football Tweeters. Jump on your 606 Soapbox about the best ever player. And hear about the show’s angriest calls of all time!

With introductions from the 606 team for each topic, plus a foreword by Robbie Savage, The League Doesn’t Lie is the ultimate book of football trivia and opinion for Sunday League players and armchair referees alike.

 

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606 is BBC Radio 5 Live's football phone-in, broadcast throughout the football season. When the programme started, it typically went on air at 6:06pm on a match day, and it covers topics relating to the current affairs of football. As well as listeners phoning in, a selection of texts and e-mails to the studio are read out, and the show is well known for it's opinionated debate and dedicated callers.

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