This week's top 10 sports books
Monday 16 February 1998
2 Baseball America's 1998 Almanac, (Baseball America, paperback, pounds 11.50)
3 The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics 1998, David Wallechinsky (Aurum Press, paperback, pounds 12.99)
4 Ajax, Barcelona, Cruyff - The ABC of an obstinate Maestro, Frits Barend and Henk Van Dorp (Bloomsbury, hardback, pounds 16.99)
5 Football Hooligans - Knowing the Score, Gary Armstrong (Berg, paperback pounds 14.99)
6 The Summer Game - Australia in Test Cricket 1949-71, Gideon Haigh (Text Publishing , hardback, pounds 21.95)
7 The Team That Wouldn't Die - The Story of the Busby Babes, John Roberts (Vista, paperback, pounds 6.99)
8 Albion A-Z - A who's who of Brighton & Hove Albion, Tim Carder and Roger Harris (Goldstone Books, hardback, pounds 19.95)
9 If the Reds Should Play... In Rome or Mandalay, edited by Barney Chilton (Juma, paperback, pounds 7.99)
10 A March To Madness, John Feinstein (Little Brown, hardback, pounds 21.50)
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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