The Official Football Yearbook of the English and Scottish Leagues 2010-2011 is the only season review that is endorsed by the leagues themselves. From the north of Scotland to the southern tip of England, each and every league club is represented in the most colourful and thorough guide on the market. Packed with official Actim statistics, comment from top football personalities and the most dramatic photographs of the last 12 months, this year's book tells the full story of another fantastic season. Highlights include a dedicated section for each of the 134 league clubs within eight chapters representing the divisions in England and Scotland. The cups are also covered in detail, with every result from every round and an at-a-glance guide to how each team progressed. There is a critical review of each club's high and lows, as well as a month-by-month guide that charts the inside story of the winners and losers across all competitions. This book also provides a full statistical analysis of the 2009-10 season by both division and club, showing the difference between the champions and also-rans. In addition, this year's Official Football Yearbook celebrates the 2010 FIFA World Cup with a guide to the players who will be representing the English and Scottish leagues in South Africa.An 8a0 drubbing of Wigan followed by a 1a0 win in the FA Cup final meant that Carlo Ancelotti not only won the a#39;doublea#39; in his first season ... After the season the Stamford Bridge club had, they can certainly no longer be tagged as a#39;boringa#39;. ... as they have in recent seasons, with all four clubs knocked out before the semi- final stage of the UEFA Champions League. ... However, despite failing to either splash the cash or keep that pair at the club, the Magpies still managed to win the title.
|Title||:||The Official Football Yearbook of the English and Scottish Leagues 2010-2011|
|Author||:||Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2010-07-01|