THIS WEEK'S TOP 10 SPORTS BOOKS
Monday 23 June 1997
2 1997 PGA Tour Official Media Guide (PGA tour, paperback, pounds 15.95)
3 Manchester United - the official review 1996/1997 (MUFC Books, paperback, pounds 9.99)
4 Schweppes Rugby '97 - the Southern Hemisphere Yearbook, edited by Greg Thomas (Reed Books Australia, paperback, pounds 14.95)
5 Athers - the authorised biography of Michael Atherton, David Norrie (Headline, hardback, pounds 17.99)
6 Too Soon To Panic, Gordon Forbes (Harper Collins, paperback, pounds 5.99)
7 Athletics 1997 - The International Track and Field Annual, edited by Peter Matthews (Sports Books Ltd, paperback, pounds 14.95)
8 Out of the Rough - England in Zimbabwe and NZ, Peter Baxter, Jonathan Agnew and David Lloyd (Andre Deutsch, hardback, pounds 15.99)
9 1997 Corel WTA Tour Player Guide, edited by Jaye Cavallo and Toni Woods (Corel WTA Tour, paperback, pounds 14.95)
10 1997 Official Major League Baseball Fact Book (The Sporting News, paperback, pounds 16.95)
Chart compiled by Sportspages, 94-96 Charing Cross Road, London (0171 240 9604) and St Ann's Square, Manchester (0161 832 8530).
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