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  • Over 2,500 brand-new questions from the MOTD team - the ultimate challenge for any football fan.

  • Remember Arsenal's last-gasp winner to take the title at Anfield in 89 Ronnie Radford's wonder strike to sink Newcastle in the FA Cup Or, best of all, Geoff Hurst's hat trick wining the World Cup for England in 1966 Over half a century, Match of the Day has witnessed some of the greatest moments in football history, week in, week out.

    From the big shorts and brown leather balls of the Stanley Matthews era, through the classic tussles of the old First Division, right up to the glamour of the globe spanning game that we know today, football has undergone an incredible journey - and now, in this milestone 50th year, Match of the Day celebrates the very best of the drama and the heartache.

    With evocative memorabilia and photography throughout, relive the story of the beautiful game, season by season. Featuring favourite Match of the Day memories from top players and long standing members of the MOTD team, this is the ultimate collection of football memories for any fan.

  • Anyone with a need for speed will love this brilliant Encyclopedia of Formula 1.

    It chronicles the highs and lows of the most cutting-edge series in the history of Motorsport. From the early days to the present season, this guide gives comprehensive insight into all aspects of the exciting sport, including coverage of memorable drivers, constructor teams, circuits and moments.

    Using photographs and statistics throughout, the history of Formula 1 tells a story of ingenuity and endeavour, rivalry and camaraderie, triumph and tragedy, in pursuit of Motorsport's greatest prize.

    Useful info:

    • Hardback book
    • Includes colour photos
    • Encyclopedia of Formula 1

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