TOP TEN BOOKS: SPORT
Monday 17 May 1999
2 Manchester United Ruined My Life, Colin Shindler (Headline, paperback, pounds 5.99)
3 How They Stole the Game, David Yallop, (Poetic Publishing, hardback, pounds 16.99)
4 Hell for Leather, Robert Winder (Indigo,paperback, pounds 7.99)
5 The Sporting News Baseball Guide 1999 (The Sporting News, paperback, pounds 13.95)
6 Cherries in the Red - How One Football Fan Saved His Club And Became Chairman, Trevor Watkins, (Headline, hardback, pounds 16.99)
7 1999 PGA Tour - Official Media Guide (PGA Tour, paperback, pounds 15.99)
8 A Captain's Diary, Alec Stewart with Brian Murgatroyd (Collins Willow, hardback, pounds 16.99)
9 Winners and Losers - The Business Strategy of Football, Stephan Szymanski and Tim Kuypers (Viking, hardback, pounds 17.99)
10 British Athletics 1999, edited by Rob Whittingham and Peter Mathews (Old Bakehouse Publications, paperback, pounds 12.00)
List compiled by Sportspages Bookshops 94-96 Charing Cross Road, London, 0171 240 9604 & St Ann's Square, Manchester, 0161 832 8530 and www.sportspages.co.uk
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