Posted by sean on January 17, 2020 at 9:28 am in Books with No Comments


While casually browsing the Amazon website, for nothing in particular, I noticed a book which caught my attention…

There appear to be many books in this series, all focusing on one specific football club – for example, When I grow up, I’m going to play for… Leicester City.

There is even a book for Millwall. Having not read that particular edition, I cannot comment on the content – although, based upon the behaviour of some of the club’s supporters, suspect it to include tips on fighting, mocking the deaths of murdered football fans and how to make monkey chants at black players.

If you are not aware of the significance of MK Dons, they are another disliked club – a bit like Millwall, without the fighting and abhorrent racism.

The reason MK are not everyone’s second team is a little complicated. Well, not that complicated. They basically stole another club’s place in the Football League. All is explained here.

Anyway, it doesn’t sound like the book sold very well. Maybe the reviews on Amazon didn’t help…

At least the book got one 5-star review…

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