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by Stephen Hopkins,Cathy Long,John Williams

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  • ISBN 1859733972
  • ISBN13 978-1859733974
  • Language English
  • Author Stephen Hopkins,Cathy Long,John Williams
  • Publisher Berg Publishers (March 1, 2001)
  • Pages 252
  • Formats lrf azw lrf docx
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1818 kb
  • Size Fb2 1396 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
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Liverpool Football Club, in stark contrast to its competitors, remains locally owned, not a conglomerate or media business. Unlike its main rivals, the Liverpool club has been loathe to pursue global markets for merchandizing - though it attracts a huge fandom around the world - and its ambitions remain resolutely fixed on footballing success. No football club has ever had such an extended period of dominance inthe English game, nor extended that dominance to Europe so effectively.Many of the current crop of top young players are locally born and are a central feature of the city's nightlife, as well as national icons in pop/football/youth culture. But there are fears that the Club's great days have now passed. At the height of its powers in the 1980s, Liverpool FC was the site of two catastrophic crowd disasters, which effectively transformed the sport and added to wounding perceptions about the city's alleged sentimentality, fatalism and irreversible decline. The legacy of the Heysel and Hillsborough tragedies continues to shape the self-image of the Club and those who support it. A seething rivalry with nearby corporate giant Manchester United is a constant reminder of football's new order.Addressing all of these concerns, as well as Liverpool's global reputation as the home of the Beatles and the 'Mersey sound', this book takes an original approach to the study of football by examining its links with other important popular culture forms, especially pop music, but also television and youth styles. In particular, however, it looks at the very special meaning of football in Liverpool.

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Liverpool Football Club, in stark contrast to its competitors, remains locally owned, not a conglomerate or media business

Liverpool Football Club, in stark contrast to its competitors, remains locally owned, not a conglomerate or media business. Unlike its main rivals, the Liverpool club has been loathe to pursue global markets for merchandizing - though it attracts a huge fandom around the world - and its ambitions remain resolutely fixed on footballing success. No football club has ever had such an extended period of dominance in the English game, nor extended that dominance to Europe so effectively.

By John Williams, Stephen Hopkins, Cathy Long Indeed, as this book was being written, a number of popular other books about Liverpool FC and the recent managers and players of the club, emerged.

By John Williams, Stephen Hopkins, Cathy Long. Passing Rhythms: Liverpool FC and the Transformation of Football. Indeed, as this book was being written, a number of popular other books about Liverpool FC and the recent managers and players of the club, emerged.

Liverpool Football Club is an English association football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside. In Williams, John, Long, Cathy, and Hopkins, Stephen (ed. (ed. The club was formed in 1892 following a disagreement between the board of Everton and club president John Houlding, who owned the club's ground, Anfield. The disagreement between the two parties over rent resulted in Everton moving to Goodison Park from Anfield, which left Houlding with an empty stadium.

Corporate Name: Liverpool Football Club (Association football). C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Geographic Name: Liverpool (England) Social life and customs 20th century. Personal Name: Long, Cathy. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database.

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In particular, however, it looks at the very special meaning of football in Liverpool. Liverpool Football Club, in stark contrast to its competitors, remains locally owned, not a conglomerate or media business. in Liverpool 7 The Fall of Liverpool FC and the English Football 'Revolution' 8 Gerard Houllier and the New Liverpool 'Imaginary' 9 Sitting Pretty? Women and Football in Liverpool 10 Liverpool FC in the Global Football Age Afterword: Hillsborough – Flowers and Wasted Words Index.

Williams, John, Hopkins, Stephen and Long, Cathy (2001) Passing Rhythms: Liverpool FC and the Transformation of Football (Oxford: Berg). Williams John (1999) Is It All Over? Can Football Survive the FA Premier League? Behind the Headlines (Reading: South Street Press). Woodhouse, Donna and Williams, John (1999) Offside? The Position of Women in Football, Behind the Headlines (Reading: South Street Press). Williams, John and Wagg, Stephen (ed. (1991) British Football and Social Change: Getting into Europe (Leicester: Leicester University Press).