Sport Books: THIS WEEK'S TOP 10 SPORTS BOOKS

1 The Lad Done Bad - Sex, Sleaze and Scandal in English Football Dennis Campbell, Pete May & Andrew Shields (Penguin, Paperback, pounds 9.99)

2 An Intimate Portrait of the Tour de France Philippe Brunel (Buonpane Publications, hardback, pounds 29.99)

3 Terminator - The Authorised Julian Dicks Story Kirk Blows (Polar Print, paperback, pounds 9.99)

4 The Double (Spurs 1960-61) Ken Ferris (Two Heads Publishing, paperback, pounds 9.99)

5 From `Fergie out!' to the Double Double - The Highs and Lows of Life as a Red edited by Paul Davies (A & C Publishing, paperback, pounds 7.99)

6 Where Are They Now? Andy Pringle and Neil Fissler (Two Heads Publishing, paperback, pounds 9.99)

7 Dark Trade - Lost in Boxing Donald McRae (Mainstream, hardback, pounds 14.99)

8 The Black 'n' White Alphabet - A Complete Who's Who of Newcastle United FC Paul Joannou (Polar Print, hardback, pounds 21.95)

9 BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Yearbook 1997 edited by Peter Nichols (Oddball Publishing, paperback, pounds 12.99)

10 The Rugby War Peter Fitzsimons (Harper Sport, paperback, pounds 9.99)

List compiled by Sportspages Bookshops, 94-96 Charing Cross Road, London (0171 240 9604) and St Ann's Square, Manchester (0161 832 8530).

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